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Re: Nova Bridge - where?
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@daveyw
I have the same. I think it's because it doesn't include VAT when it does its overall balance calculations, which gives a surplus on the balance.
Last time I bought something, at least, the amount increased with the VAT amount :)

- Thomas
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Re: My Amiga Projects
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@TheMagicSN

Nice! You're a busy bee - looking forward to your future OS4 releases.
Thanks for you contributions to the platform

Regards, Thomas

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Re: Some news on Quake 2 Update
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@TheMagicSN and all

Thanks, I'll give it a shot next time I have some free Amiga time on my hands :)

Regards, Thomas

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Re: A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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@jabirulo
You'll get the same thing if you disable the USB stack altogether and run off of networked mouse/keyboard from what I've tested.

Regards, Thomas

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Re: Some news on Quake 2 Update
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@TheMagicSN
I couldn't find my original QuakeII PC CD which accompanied the first Hyperion QuakeII release. So wanted to go by the Gog "Quake II (Classic)" for which you also supplied an installer. Only, Gog no-longer has the Classic version on sale (or at least not from my location).
Do you know of another place to buy it, or will I have to go the Steam route instead (or empty all my storage boxes to find that darn original CD somewhere :) )?

Regards, Thomas

- Thomas
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Re: A1222+ issue with CD/DVD drives?
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@Maijestro
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The DVD/RW drive I want to use is very simple and requires very little power V5 with 1.6A it also has no external power source to connect.


Just remember that USB2 standard specifies 2.5W for USB ports - i.e. 0.5A per port. You may be able to draw more if there is no overcurrent protection in the hardware, but it's not required to deliver more than that, and may even turn off power to the port if you draw too high a current.
Also, the USB stack may refuse to attach your hardware if it deems that it will drain the USB bus power budget.

Regards, Thomas

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Re: Touchscreen HID driver & QEMU's USB Tablet device
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@Hans
Looks like your log snippet is from before full-booting of the USB stack - i.e. before DOS is around to load disk-based drivers like the HID class, which is the class to handle input devices on a fully booted OS.

The QEMU touch-thingie has an interface class of 3.0, which indicates a HID device.

Regards,
Thomas

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Re: AmigaOS 4 Monthly Roundup - August 2023
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@AmigaOldskooler

Thanks for another roundup - it's one of the good things about the end of a month

Regards,
Thomas

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Re: Annoying problem on AmigaOS 4.1 FE Update 2
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@MamePPCA1

Could it be that one (or more) of your harddisk partitions are validating, and therefore are blocked?

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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@salass00

That's awesome! smb is an important missing piece of the AmigaOS puzzle.

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Re: Switch between many amigaos4 machines
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@sailor
For my computer audio mixdown I'm using a Behringer 8 stereo channel 1 unit rack mixer:
https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0DB6

I have the "original" model, though. I don't know what the V2 brings to the game.

It's not the cheapest solution, and it does take up some desk space. But for me it does a pretty good job. Plus you can stack other things on top of it, it being a rack mixer

Regards,
Thomas

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Re: AmigaOS 4 Monthly Roundup - July 2022
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@AmigaOldskooler

Thanks for the roundup - once again a pleasure to read thru!

- Thomas
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Re: ExecSG memory allocation question.
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@LiveForIt
I don't know exactly, but API wise AllocMem() pairs with FreeMem() and AllocVec() pairs with FreeVec(). Regardless what you might find by trying it out, I wouldn't consider criss-crossing the pairs a safe path unless it becomes publicly documented in the AutoDocs that its allowed to do so.
Even if it works (which I wouldn't expect it to) the implementation could change and break you library.

So, yeah, I'd say you're stuck with good old deprecated AllocMem().

- Thomas
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Re: Usb external hd not mounting
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@Antique
Is anything added to the USB log in T: when you attach the harddisk?
Perhaps the HD itself is never being detected by the USB sub system or massstorage driver, or does not respond in a way supported by the USB massstorage driver, and hence never gets picked up by the driver or mounted as a drive.

- Thomas
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Re: Infamous Black Amiga Os 4.1 Splash Screen Freeze
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@rjd324

The log entry you're pulling forth about USB is probably due to hardware timing. The hub driver tries to be fast, testing port reset after 10ms, but a hardware root hub may take up to 50ms to complete port reset.
What you see is the port reset not being complete after 10ms. Since you don't see any more warnings the port reset has completed within 20ms.

Also, the log entry is the top log entry in the file, which is the oldest log entry of the lot. So this is unlikely to have anything to do with the actual boot lockup you experience.

Regards, Thomas

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Re: Why with clib2 proc: requester popup as expected, and with newlib are not ?
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@kas1e
as trgswe write, it must be due to the linux path used with chdir().
In AmigaOS terms that means 'folder "proc" in the parent folder' and hence has nothing to do with any volume or assign which DOS needs to request for.

- Thomas
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Re: X5000 capacitor fell off ...!!!!!
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I don't know it specifically, but it could be a capacitor for stabilizing a power suppply voltage - either as a local stabilisation or stabilizing the output of a DC/DC converter.
Most capacitors in a digital PCB design is for power stabilization and noise reduction, which is probably why your board is still running without it - it's still within specs for normal operation without this one single capacitor. But it may result in the odd trip-up.

Better find a soldering iron and put it back in (and remember to protect against anti static discharge when you do).

Regards, Thomas

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Re: AmiUpdate and manual installation of MUI means file requester is using MUI now. Please revert.
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@rjd324

Without having been there yet myself, I'd say you should remove, or comment out, the ";BEGIN MUI ASL" to ";END MUI ASL" section in UserStartup so you don't get the PatchASL program run.

- Thomas
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Re: MutexAttemptWithSignal
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@sTix
Your code _should_ work as you expect and return the signal if that is the reason for MutextAttemptWithSignal() returning, or zero if the mutex is obtained.

How do you trigger with the correct signal? It may be you only posted example code and left out the debug output telling you which signal you have to trigger from the outside, but as it is shown here you can't really see the correct signal to send :)

Disclaimer: I've never used the new mutex function, so I don't know more than what the autodocs and examples indicate.

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Re: The Secret of Middle City
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@devils_advisor
I bought and played thru the game a good while ago without any problems on my SAM460ex. I do believe I bought it via AmiStore as a download.

Have you tried downloading and installing it again? Maybe something went wrong with the archive?

- Thomas
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