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Re: Hell is coming to OS4: Doom 3
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@SinanSam460

We had a nice private party with Huno two weeks ago and he was working on this code. What I can say is that he worked hard during the three days to polish rendering and all was done natively on his X5000 he was not cross compiling at all... this may be relevant to your problem I don't know??

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Re: Why call to or any "empty" functions can cause different results of the code in which you insert it?
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@kas1e

To me your problem is stack related: the code is trashing the stack somewhere and depending on the dependency to the stack of the functions you are calling then it may or may not crash. On the other end as soon as you are calling printf then you are realigning it and everything got back on track.
The worst is that printf itself is often the culprit of such stack trashing: for example you are passing too much or too few parameters compared to the format string or you are passing wrong type (eg. a 64 bit parameter while only consuming 32 bits).

Edit: fix typo in seconds white of my answer


Edited by abalaban on 2022/3/6 16:23:25
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Re: new video: Horror from the past : "big" games of amiga on amigaos4
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@kas1e

Thank you I had difficulties with the installers (I have the first CD batch with read errors, which for some reason was not apparent on my 1200 PPC back in time but seems to be really a showstopper now under AmigaOS 4...). Then I managed to completely mess my system with rtgmaster and all. I thought PPC version will be easier to run but now I have a grimreaper which only bring me a black screen if ignored.
I will try the 68k version again, not sure if I installed both 1.2 patches. I will check, thank you.

Ps: I think the 32bit screen problem is exactly the same problem you mention for the PPC version: it could not find the correct screen resolution.

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Re: Drop downs from MUI cause lockups
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@Nuder_Try

Did you managed to get this sorted?

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Re: new video: Horror from the past : "big" games of amiga on amigaos4
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@kas1e

Speaking about Nightlong lately rediscovered my classic game CDs (trying to install your Foundation Gold patch) and I decided to try to install it on my X1000 but to date I failed to have it running. I think I remember there was a problem when the wb was on a 32-bit screen, so you think this is something you could try to patch?

PS: BTW your Foundation patch works good. Though, I would have enlarged the prefs window a little bit more as some buttons are still on the edge (at least on my system which has the default theme, so probably a slightly larger window title than yours)

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Re: Amigans.net 2022 updates
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@walkero

First thank you for taking the time to sort all these things on this website and keep it online and safe.

Now using latest Chrome on my smartphone, the side bars (both left and right) seem to much wide compared to the main part. If you cannot reproduce I can send you a screenshot.
I tried in the default mobile view and after checking the "computer version" checkbox.

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Re: Hello! I'm Torque
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@Torque

Hello Torque that's always great to see a new face popping in. Welcome and enjoy your time here!

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Re: X1000 occassional hanging
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@rjd324

Out of curiosity can you please copy a dump of the ShowConfig output?

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Re: X1000 occassional hanging
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@LiveForIt

I am an X1000 beta-tester since the very beginning and I must say that I do not know why you are saying that kickstart is not loaded from SYS:Kickstart. I have more than 10 boot able partitions (ranging from the first contact edition to 4.1 final update 2) and I can assure you that each of them loads kickstart from their respective SYS:

(ps: as a beta-tester I do not have that BDH0 partition you are speaking about)

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Re: USB Device for Scan
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@328gts

In first I thought like you that Sinisrus was looking for an USB hardware Device, but in fact he's looking for an AmigaOS software device to drive an USB scanner. There used to be for example iousbscanner.device but this does not seem to work with AmigaOS 4 usb stack.

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Re: Stack USB 3.0 for OS4 at Pianeta Amiga 2012
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@NinjaCyborg

Hint: look for Thomas Graff Thøger in the OS4 USB Stack documentation. I think you will understand 😉

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Re: AmigaGuide - embedded pictures possible?
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I did know that I would generate such reaction with my comment. AmigaGuide is cool, AmigaGuide is fast for sure. It could have been a fantastic format for documentation but let's face it, it did not evolved since the death of Commodore. Even Microsoft has dumped its proprietary help format (CHM). Today even on AmigaOS-4 some software come with PDF or Html help. I am not advocating for full fledged html 5 with CSS and Javascript support this would be overkill solution for application documentation. Just the "minimal" Html 4 is sufficient and far more powerful for this: who said table? Who said native image support? Who said background image? Who said automatic layout? All these features come automatically with html while they need a serious amount of work to integrate into AmigaGuide. And such kind of Html is not slow: remember AWeb? IBrowse or Voyager? All of them were fast to render pure HTML.

Moreover it requires to be edited by hand in a text editor while even on amiga classic we had some tips to edit html.

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Re: AmigaGuide - embedded pictures possible?
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Beside the fact it would be a satisfying achievement pictures in AmigaGuide documents would it worth the hassle on NG machines?
If I can see an advantage for low end classic machines which may have performances concern, on NG machines we could use html which is more powerful and standard... I would say that the only thing we need is an official up-to-date html.datatype to avoid opening a browser

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Re: The "uploader" mystery.
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I agree first upload may be easier on Aminet than on OS4depot. However updating an existing version is far easier : just click on 'update' button select new file and change version and summary... How can it be easier?

@Origin

OS4Depot is the most important place for AOS4 it should not disappear.

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Re: Myfox HC2/HCPro alarm & home automation system?
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@QuikSanz

Yes I am happy with it. Note that my aim is not to advertise anything but rather to find out if there may be an interest in publishing a tiny application I made.

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Myfox HC2/HCPro alarm & home automation system?
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I'd like to know if there are some AmigaOS 4 users also user of Myfox HC2/HCPro alarm & home automation system here?

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Re: Small video of Candi stuff by Aeon
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@zzd10h

It was beer, only Elwood drank some cider. You, Olrick and me preferred what was flowing from the keg(s)

@saimo79

You are drinking vodka in such huge glasses?!? You must have some Russian gene, don't you?

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Re: Subversion certificate error
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@BSzili

AFAIK this problem already arose some time ago with AmiSSL and they managed to resolve it using library version both in the main library and in crypto sub-libraries. This can probably be replicated somehow. Moreover seeing the AmiSSL repo it seems someones are working on it already...

@Hans

I like the AmiSSL solution because it gives a chance to have a central place where one can administrate and update its certificates and replicate them all over its HD with different versions of certificates and possible outdated ones.

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Re: GPU Temp monitoring
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I am interested in adding GPU temperature monitoring to X1kTemp docky when/if there was a way to access this information.

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Re: Subversion certificate error
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Yesterday I had to work on SF.net hosted MUIbase repository, and faced the exact same problem. In order to be able to update my working copy I did the following:
- opened up in Notepad SUBVERSION:servers
- copy the following in it:

--- snip ---
[groups]
sf = *.code.sf.net

[sf]
sssl-trust-default-ca = no
--- snip ---

- save the file
- svn update in the repository you like, then approve permanently the server fingerprint and "et voilà!"

Note: I am note an OpenSSL expert, and I cannot guarantee that this does not open a breach in your AmiSSL installation, however to my understanding it deactivates default CA verification for the servers at *.code.sf.net.

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