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Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: October 06, 2017, 05:25:57 pm »
Check out the iptrace and ipformat programs (TCPIP Command Reference) as well as Paul's port of wireshark. Biggest problem is not getting too much data, second problem is if something is encrypted, it is hard to know  what it is.
Thanks Dave, I understand that, but you can't encrypt an internet address. I just want to see if something is going to somewhere which is not my choice, in other words the program does trojan stuff.

Programming / Re: Non-yum/rpm vs. ordinary (?) eCS
« on: October 06, 2017, 05:22:44 pm »
The Arca Noae Package Manager (ANPM) makes it a LOT easier to use RPM/YUM. I strongly recommend starting to use ANPM (RPM/YUM) when you install a new system, and don't look back. It can be a bit messy trying to add ANPM (RPM/YUM) to an old install, but it can be done,
You say the right thing, when you install a new system. An old install like ECS1.2 its not to be advised to install. I didn't hear of a clean and right installation on ECS1.2Dutch. All did go with a lot of trouble. My system directory alone with dll's etc counts 14346 files. You don't set that right with those packages.
Today, I tried the new Firefox 45.9.0, which was installed using ANPM (RPM/YUM). It took about one minute, to install (with all of the required support), and it is working well, so far.
What's beyond me is that we have native archive programs to get a zip file. Why we have to use 7zip is not clear. The negative thing is that it is a ported nix program. Now I'm willing to install that, but after the download of 7zip you are confronted with the next problem. All documentation in the ported zip file are for nix systems, not a word about OS/2-eCS. The files in this distribution for OS/2-eCS are not the same as for nix systems. So the documentation fails because only nix files are mentioned. The next hurdle is that I have to translate everything into my language, most of the times that goes okay, but if things are not even mentioned in the English manual things get complicated.
I can understand that we port some programs from nix or even windows. But more and more I get the idea we just have to migrate to nix stuff. I have such a system, from Apple and that one sucks too. If you want data from program a to program b you have with Apple a real problem if they didn't thought about that possibility. Everything is only possible with wireless or something like that. Doing it by cable is just not possible. Just a few examples I experience.

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: October 06, 2017, 10:47:12 am »
Some posts are missing, with next update I want to correct that.

I have a question. I do have Java programs which works in OS/2-eCS (don't have ArcaOS because its still not available in Dutch), but do something on the net. I want to have a log with what those programs do and vent on the net. But haven't an idea how to setup such log. Some help is appreciated. So having a ftp programs is nice, but you to have tell your logon name and your password. What I want to test is if it doesn't copy that to some other unwanted site. Kind of nice program good to be true with a trojan inside for catching your name and password. 


Web applications / Directory safebrowsing in 38.8
« on: October 04, 2017, 02:19:11 am »
There is a directory in the profile of FF38.8 with the name safebrowsing. Is there a way that you can monitor its contents. The problem is that I have a forum which won't start in ff38.8 but do start in ff24. I can't figure out why and I suspect this directory which might contain information which is not right.

Storage / Re: JFS on FreeBSD
« on: June 18, 2017, 04:31:24 pm »
Given that there is an OPENJFS, is there any reason why this couldn't be built on FreeBSD?
Sorry, but this forum handles OS/2 and its successors, FreeBSD isn't one of them. So I think you don't get an in depth answer on your question.

Setup & Installation / Re: format /fs:hpfs does not work
« on: June 18, 2017, 04:26:39 pm »
SYS1311: The system files are missing

Anyone know which 'system files' are being referred to?
What you want to do doesn't work that way. One of the system files you need is "HPFS.IFS". That "IFS" stands for Installable File System. As the name says, you need to install it or install the system from disk where these files reside for first run. I'm not sure if this is the only file you need in this process.

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: June 18, 2017, 01:26:16 pm »
I have added again a new game to my Java pages, like Mario also a classic. Its JInvaders and you can find it here or in Dutch language

This is how it looks like, but we did know that already...

Sorry for the rapid updates, on one side tv with 24h Le Mans and on the other side computer, but for all have fun!

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: June 17, 2017, 07:56:23 pm »
I have added a new program today, its called Text Trix. There is not much to tell about, but if interested, you can find it here or in Dutch language

A screenshot of the program;

Have fun!

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: June 17, 2017, 07:53:28 pm »
I have done some maintenance on the java pages. Its clearly indicated in the text above the menu's.
I have also updated the program jNPad, you can find it here or in Dutch language

New program, so new screenshot  ;D;

Have fun!

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: June 16, 2017, 12:28:55 pm »
I have added a new game to my homepage with java programs. This time its a classic: Super Mario Bros. You can find more on my page  or in Dutch language

A sample of the game;

Have fun!

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: June 11, 2017, 05:43:12 pm »
I have added a new game today, its a puzzle game. You can find it on this page or in Dutch on this page

I used one of my pictures as a test;

Have fun!

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: May 19, 2017, 04:29:16 pm »
I have added today another utility to the list on my homepage. Its a font viewer. You can read about it on my page or in Dutch on

Have a picture too;

Have fun!

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: May 14, 2017, 12:54:51 pm »
I have added a new program today. Its a diary program. You can find it on my homepage or in Dutch

It looks like this;

Okay, up to the next find and don't forget, have fun!


Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: May 05, 2017, 01:47:50 pm »
I have added a new program today. Its called Jeks and it is a spreadsheet program. On one side its simple, on the other its advanced. But if you use Lotus or Excel you might be disappointed. It does do the job, but for instance columns with figures are not alined on the decimal point, as an example. But you can make your own functions, that could be interesting. There is more, but you can read it on my page or in Dutch

There are two sample sheets, this is one of them;

Have fun!

Applications / Re: Java applications
« on: April 30, 2017, 03:43:54 am »
As you noticed it is slowing down with adding new Java programs to my site. The reason for this is that there are no easy pickings anymore. I do have many programs on the burner so to speak, its shifting from front to back and reverse, depending on the answers on my questions I do get or not.
I had this one on the drive for a long time. The reason is that it is small and only one jar file, can't be much. So wrong. So I have added a new page to my homepage with the Java program Pixelitor. Here you can visit the English page and here the Dutch version

I have a picture too ;-);

That's it for now. Regards,

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