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You could have a look at JFTP 5 which I use on my beta warp 4 Merlin box.  It uses open JDK 6.

I have my Linux computer, running Mint 19.3 Cinnamon, under my desk connected to my 28 inch 16;10 monitor via a 4-port HDMI switch.  The switch allows me to also check on a data logger running on a very cut down win 7 box as well as my original OS/2 Warp 4.

Comparing OS/2 desktop with the Linux desktop they are setup almost alike - I have the warpcenter at the top of the screen and the linux equivalent is at the bottom of the screen/

Applications / Re: XWP Problem - Shut down
« on: July 04, 2024, 10:21:52 am »
Thanks Martin, I had completely forgotten about that - now I can finish restoring that computer.

Memo to self: Never let a rabid Window$ user use an OS/2 computer - they will mess it up.

Applications / XWP Problem - Shut down
« on: July 03, 2024, 09:14:16 pm »
I have just updated xwp 1.0.16 on one of my computers and found a problem or I'm missing something.

All my earlier installs of xwp  actually shut down the computers when I use the extended shut down - 1.0.16 closes the OS but does NOT actually shut the computer down which is what I expect.  Am I doing something wrong or have I missed some setting?

Hardware / Re: F Keys Altenartives on OS/2 - ArcaOS
« on: June 23, 2024, 01:34:41 am »
I must agree with Andrew about getting a sensible keyboard and since most, if not all laptops have USB ports, the simple answer is to use a USB keyboard.

Events / Re: Warpstock Europe 2024 Follow Up
« on: June 20, 2024, 04:51:45 pm »
Third generation Ryzen 3 Pro 4350G all the others are Ryzen 3 2200G units.

Events / Re: Warpstock Europe 2024 Follow Up
« on: June 20, 2024, 08:53:51 am »
Hi Sigurd,

I am not seeing what you are here.  I can run OpenOffice without problems and I have enough memory free to do other things.

mem -v gives

Total physical memory:      7,906 MB
Accessible to system:       3,311 MB
Additional (PAE) memory:    4,595 MB

Resident memory:              202 MB
Available virtual memory:   2,449 MB

Available process memory:
  Private low memory:         224 MB
  Private high memory:      2,240 MB
  Shared low memory:           24 MB
  Shared high memory:       2,181 MB

I don't know if the fact I am using AMD Ryzen 3 processors with built in graphics has anything to do with it (I gave up using Intel processors years ago in the days of the 486).

For a browser I use Firefox on Linux Mint and transfer anything I want to OS/2 via the network.

Events / Re: Warpstock Europe 2024 Follow Up
« on: June 19, 2024, 02:40:49 pm »
I must say that I fully agree with Sigurd, in fact I have returned several of my computers back to Warp 4, and the other 2 are still at Aos 5.0.7.

I know that several people will say 'what about UEFI/GPT' to which my response is 'what about them, they are not part of OS/2, if they want to run windows just add another disk and install it on that.

Applications / Re: VLC Crashes While Streaming
« on: June 13, 2024, 09:21:06 pm »
OK, let's get down to basics.

a) what processor?
b) what, if any, video card?  - that one depends on if the processor has a built in video or not.
c) how is the monitor connected -VGA, HDMI and so on?

I assume you are streaming off the net so have you checked external network consistency?  Mine has a tendency to drop out during times of maximum load because the main fibre is shared between 4 services.  I have seen my 1Gb connection drop to to below 500K at times. 

Hardware / Re: Getting a new printer
« on: June 06, 2024, 01:02:17 pm »
As a matter of interest I have imported both of my printers ppd so I assume that you can import more if necessary.

Hardware / Re: Getting a new printer
« on: June 05, 2024, 11:59:09 pm »
If I am reading the specifications for the DCP-L3560cdw correctly it has built in support for postscript (BR-Script3) which means that CUPS is not required.  All that is needed is the ppd file and Alex's PSPRINT driver - that is all I use with both of my Brother printers.

Hardware / Re: Getting a new printer
« on: June 05, 2024, 01:32:02 am »
My Brother DCP9020cdw allows me to produce either JPG images or PDF files without problems, couple that with the fact it will also make multi page PDFs makes it a very handy office multi function unit.

Hardware / Re: Getting a new printer
« on: June 04, 2024, 04:28:59 am »
I have two Brother laser printers because my house has 4 levels and the two printers save me constantly running up and down stairs.

The main printer is a Brother DCP9020cdw and the other one is a HL3170cdw.  Both are connected to the network which means they are available from any computer in the house.

Hardware / Re: Modern Motherboards - Whats working
« on: June 02, 2024, 12:57:36 am »
Just an observation.  I notice that most people seem to follow the win idea and cram everything into the one partition and then have problems getting everything working again.

My setup has 9 partitions, a small one (2GB) only for the operating system (it could be smaller but I can't be bothered to change it), then I have one for tools another for programs, another for work and yet another for home as well as a few odd ones for storage.  In fact apart from new operation systems (OS/2, OS/2 warp and now ArcaOS the other partitions remain untouched except for the odd update as necessary.

My reasoning comes from when I was guiding a couple of companies that were setting up with OS/2 and I see no reason to change it.  I will add that I now have a Linux mint based computer at the side of my desk so I can use a newer version of firefox to download or screen grab what I want, and network it to my OS/2 unit for processing.

I gave up on inkjet printers about the time that warp connect was released and converted to laser printers.  OK, so maybe I don't get quite the range of colours that an inkjet does but I get colour fast prints that if my Newfoundland dog shakes slobber on them it can be wiped off without problems.

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