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Hardware / Re: Hardware Reports / Reviews - More - MORE !!!!
« on: December 11, 2017, 09:27:18 pm »
Mini Portable 3G/4G Wireless-N Hotspot AP 150Mbps RJ45 USB Routers inalámbricos

This accessory works well as wifi, wireless client mode, does not need drivers, is configured by web,
as power needs a port usb3.0 or 2.0. and an ethernet network cable from the PC to the accessory.

The only downside that I see is that it forces me to modify the tcp / ip with another network range
than the one I use abitually, but that's it.

Setup & Installation / Re: Printer advice.
« on: December 07, 2017, 10:37:55 pm »
Thanks Pete, your comments have helped me a lot. For me this of cups, it is very complex, but I keep trying, thank goodness that it is not a printer of work but of emergencies. It seems that sometimes to use cups you need the stars to be aligned.

Setup & Installation / Re: Printer advice.
« on: December 07, 2017, 04:18:35 pm »
People want printing to be simple, but expressing the printer capabilities in a PPD offers plenty of room for errors.
100% ok

I don't know how to find errors in the PPD,
You can use cupstestppd.exe for test the ppd in cups. The problem in psprint, is that you can write him a love letter, and tell him it's a ppd, and he accepts it and also tells you that everything is correct. I have tried.

nor do I have any idea how to report an error in Cups.
You can see var\log\cups\log...
But I've been trying to launch a gci printer, and I'm not capable. The problem here is that you can not see the log, until you deactivate cups daemond.

Even if I did, what are the chances of getting a bug fix during the printer's lifetime? What I'd really like is some interactive program to query the printer and construct/test the PPD.
Yes, I wont too.


Setup & Installation / Re: Printer advice.
« on: December 06, 2017, 09:49:13 pm »
  • Download the file Y12E_C1-ps-32-120-de.EXE from Brother's support site (100K)
I have a question, why did you decide to advise a windows driver? Instead of using a linux ppd.
I have always had better results with linux ppd

Internet / Re: Experimental build of SeaMonkey
« on: December 02, 2017, 10:44:20 am »
I have bad news with the H264 .., in my case the whole system hangs up. For a moment it seems that it does not show the error in videos, but soon after it takes place.
I think maybe it could be because I'm not using the arca sound drivers, but some older version.
Would someone tell me, how can I make a copy of the firefox password, to pass them from one profile to another?

Internet / Re: Experimental build of SeaMonkey
« on: November 30, 2017, 03:59:42 pm »
For both you and Pete, does starting in safe-mode help, both starting and playing youtube videos?
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seamonkey.exe -safe-mode
This does not improve anything in my case.

When I create a new profile in seamonkey, 1,2,3, ...
If I modify in firefox \ profiles.ini
StartWithLastProfile=1    replace by 1, 2, or 3 ...
 This allows me to run only one session in firefox 45.9 with the videos ok. I understand that this session does not close well, but that I have to kill it. It does not allow me to repeat it again. Unless you create a new profile ....

Internet / Re: Experimental build of SeaMonkey
« on: November 29, 2017, 08:01:35 pm »
As for the high CPU and failing youtube, hopefully Bitwise will figure it out as it seems to be a problem with the JavaScript engine.
I disagree with this. Today in firefox 45.9. I have been able to watch videos on YouTube as always, even the same mistakes as in previous versions. But I have not been able to repeat it, for now.
When I created a new profile in seamonkey, I stopped booting. It gives me the feeling that the seamonkey, fails in the creation of the profiles, and that's why I could not execute it.
I even think that the seamonkey, I modified the profile of firefox, and that's why I could see the videos well.

Internet / Re: Experimental build of SeaMonkey
« on: November 29, 2017, 05:26:50 pm »
You should remove C:\usr\lib\unixroot\usr\lib\firefox-45.9.0 from your LIBPATH and run C:\usr\lib\unixroot\usr\lib\firefox-45.9.0\firefox.exe Any program objects should also use this as the working directory.
Finally I have been able to start the seamonkey.
I have removed everything from the libpath. Both in config.sys and in usr \ lib ..
In firefox45.9 I started it from any folder. Unzip and execute, perfect.
But the seamonkey failed again and again, with the path without the path and in usr \ lib. Delete everything in d:\home\seamonkey, copy the profiles from firefox to seamonquey and everything perfect, now I execute it from any folder.
Do not copy the thunderbird, because it's not my idea to use the seamonkey.
The videos look just as bad.

Internet / Re: Experimental build of SeaMonkey
« on: November 28, 2017, 10:28:24 pm »
My libpath in config.sys:
LIBPATH=.;C:\usr\local\lib;C:\usr\lib;C:\usr\lib\unixroot\usr\lib\firefox-45.9.0;C:\PROGRAMS\NETSCAPE\PROGRAM;C:\SYS\DLL;etc etc but not the folder.
In this libpath I have the xull.dll modify with highmen
but running this other firefox45.9 in a folder, you can see the trp, because after send me previous message hang with this trp.
In popup.os2 i have not any about firefox.
You can see that is run in d:\util2017test\....
Do you want me to include this folder in libpath? and wait for it to crack, and take out the trp?

Internet / Re: Experimental build of SeaMonkey
« on: November 28, 2017, 08:41:46 pm »
I have not had problems downloading now.
I tell you my tests, they have been executing it for the first time it seemed that I was not doing anything. I executed it again, and a first window appeared, a second, I do not recieve if third and it closed. With seamonkey-2.42.9esr.en-US.os2_exp1
What I have observed is that if I want to run firefox45.9, first I have to run firefox45.5 and close it. Then I can open firefox45.9 without problems. In fact, after I closed firefox45.9, I was able to execute it from a folder that was not in libpath. Although it may be that even if it has booted from a folder that is not in the libpath, it may have loaded the xul.dll that is in libptah. I do not.
The seamonkey generate a trp file if you need.

Internet / Re: Experimental build of SeaMonkey
« on: November 28, 2017, 04:10:12 pm »
Hopefully the link is fixed.
Well, the link does not work for me. ??

Applications / Re: DBEXPERT crash with thunderbird open and firefox
« on: November 24, 2017, 12:24:17 am »
markexe MPUNSAFE foo.exe
Thanks, but after installing os2toolkit, and executing the markexe, it fails the same. My solution works better.

Applications / Re: DBEXPERT crash with thunderbird open and firefox
« on: November 23, 2017, 04:09:09 pm »
Hello Andreas,
I get the feeling that you have not seen my previous message.

I'm not a technician, just a user. But from my point of view, it's not a screen problem. Nor of resolution.
Although for your doubts I'm using Panorama 16m. 1280x800. I do not try it with the seamonkei.
For me the problem is that the Dbexpert is a very old application, which works in monoprocessor.
 And when he makes the query and looks for a processor, if he finds it at 100%, he does not look for another,
 returns an error and stops. But when all the processors are at a maximum 98% seems to work well.
What I do not know is if it is the processor that tells the program to look at another processor,
or it is the other way around and it is the program that is looking for another processor.

Applications / Re: DBEXPERT crash with thunderbird open and firefox
« on: November 22, 2017, 06:06:49 pm »
Double cliking the dbe-file results in a crash while opening it from DBE works.
Something seems to be wrong with the form FMENU2, it won't open in design mode.

The form TEST works and the button "CRASH?" sometimes brings up the form "Libros a prelegalizar" and sometimes it crashes.
(No difference if Firefox or Seamonkey is running or not.)
If you want you can try this patch:
It does not repair the problem, but it improves a lot. Now it just fails. It seems that the problem is the moment to launch the programs and the use of the cpu, when it is 100%, it fails and when it is below 98% it improves.

Applications / Re: DBEXPERT crash with thunderbird open and firefox
« on: November 14, 2017, 10:46:16 pm »
(1) Try to solve the real problem.
Exactly, but where is the problem?
The problem is that the sysinit, when it is almost quiescent, works well and when it is stressed, it fails.
I have used the dbexpert for many years, and it is very reliable.
(2) ...load per process to his PR1UT165.ZIP stem(s) too.
Thanks for it.
(3) If the CPU load is 14.9% right now, then how do you know that the CPU load of that process won't be 40% a few milliseconds later?
I can low to 1% and have more milliseconds.
But I do not think it's a millisecond problem, if I can manually launch the programs in the sysinit idle interfaces. But of course manually if it happens that when you see and press you can change its status, and that is my doubt, because if not I would have opened a ticker


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