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Messages - Andy Willis

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Looking again at what occurs, it seems the OAuth login is fine here in Thunderbird, however, then it asks if I want to allow the app and that is where it hangs (wrong password is seen as a wrong password and no request to allow the app is presented).  Seamonkey was long ago allowed here... I may have cleared Thunderbird (either on purpose at some point or by mistake) and now there is a problem at the point where I am trying to allow it.

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Trying OAuth 2.0 on SeaMonkey, it seems to work with notifications happening on my phone to allow me to proceed but it seems to be hung on Sending login information...
Have to try restarting SM
Note that OAuth 2.0 seems to only be for IMAP and unavailable for POP

Edit: Restarting didn't help, nor did safe mode. Could be my profile but the error console shows a problem adding the new login and that it was sending an empty password.

Interestingly, the hang on sending login information is what I now see in Thunderbird... I do not know what changed there, as far as I recall, the last time it worked successfully with Thunderbird was with the version I now have (which is dated the same as the Seamonkey that works -- 08-29-21).

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Have all the (DUX/AHD) patches been applied?  I had crashes in pmmerge.dll with DUX, however, I fixed it long enough ago I don't recall what it was... my recollection is it was the patches.

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I use OAuth with SM (have with Thunderbird in the past but I haven't been able to load my gmail recently for some reason).  I am not able to use Oatuh with yahoo though.

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Programming / Re: Python and GUI on OS/2
« on: March 25, 2022, 03:08:45 am »
Hey Martin,
IMHO  the only viable option for GUI programming with Python on OS/2 is PyQt - https://wiki.python.org/moin/PyQt. Python-Tkinter used the Tcl/Tk gui toolkit - which we  don't have (other than some ancient version that maybe worked with X11)
Tcl/Tk is ancient but is PM and not X11.

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Multimedia / Re: Anyone Got ClipGrab v3.9.7 working?
« on: March 13, 2022, 04:59:31 am »
I either installed or updated it the other day but have never used it before... I just tested it.  I downloaded the youtube-dip and then searched and downloaded successfully.

Heh Andy!

Do you have Python 3 installed on your system? If so, have you noted any problems related to it, as it seems to be an experimental Python installation for us at the moment.

M
I installed Python 3 shortly after it became available.  I have not noticed any issues thus far.

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Multimedia / Re: Anyone Got ClipGrab v3.9.7 working?
« on: March 12, 2022, 02:37:21 am »
I either installed or updated it the other day but have never used it before... I just tested it.  I downloaded the youtube-dip and then searched and downloaded successfully.

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Internet / Re: RPM: Switching from i686 to Pentium4
« on: February 26, 2022, 05:39:27 am »
I run this script to build a list of installed programs and it builds a cmd script to reinstall them.
It would probably be better to set it all in one install as some of the installs will have the others as dependencies and therefore will already be installed before the script hits that install but it then just says it is already installed at the latest version.
I then rename /usr and /etc and run the yum bootstrap (p4) and run the script created above.
It takes one argument, the name you want to call the script.
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/* REXX to get just package names from RPM installed output */

rc = SysLoadFuncs()
Parse Arg fileout

rc = SysFileDelete(fileout)
fileinv = holdrpm.txt

address cmd 'yum list |grep install >'fileinv
do while Lines(fileinv)
  text = LineIn(fileinv)
  parse var text package'.'.
  rc = Lineout(fileout,'yum install -y 'package)
end
rc = SysFileDelete(fileinv)

I have not used the output but this makes one install line:
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/* REXX to get just package names from RPM installed output */

rc = SysLoadFuncs()
Parse Arg fileout

rc = SysFileDelete(fileout)
fileinv = holdrpm.txt

address cmd 'yum list |grep install >'fileinv
list = ''
do while Lines(fileinv)
  text = LineIn(fileinv)
  parse var text package'.'.
  list = list || ' ' || package
end
rc = Lineout(fileout,'yum install -y 'list)
rc = SysFileDelete(fileinv)

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Programming / Re: GSView - make complains of "No such file or directory"
« on: January 30, 2022, 08:30:08 pm »
I have used ps2write when writing to a file but I use os2prn print to a printer.
I did find this bug going back to gsview 4.6:
https://bugs.ghostscript.com/show_bug.cgi?id=687542
It states there was a patch for OS/2 for this issue, I haven't looked closer at this point... I came across it as I've been searching for a change that I dimly recall for the Ghostscript include path that I can't locate.

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Programming / Re: GSView - make complains of "No such file or directory"
« on: January 30, 2022, 01:32:36 am »
I did the build so long ago that I did not think of putting this up when I created a github account.
https://github.com/abwillis/gsview5.0

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Programming / Re: GSView - make complains of "No such file or directory"
« on: January 29, 2022, 11:30:28 pm »
I found the short readme I wrote, it shows I built Ver. 5 with gcc 4.4.7:
This is a quick build of gsview2 5.0.  I needed a copy of gsview2 but the link for gsview2 4.9 off of the gsview webpage
was dead so I pulled the source and built it.  This has had limited testing, just enough to see a few PDF and PS files opened.
Most of the testing has been with Paul Smedley's 9.04 version of Ghostscript.  This version was built with KLIBC rather
thank EMX so requires libc065.dll.  I built it with -static-libgcc so it should not require gcc447.dll but was built with
GCC 4.4.7.  It was built with -Zhigh-mem to use high memory so it may not run on older kernels without high-mem support.

Attaching the diff I created... I probably would have put it in the zip I uploaded too.

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Hardware / Re: Hardware Compatibility Wishlist for 2022
« on: January 21, 2022, 04:45:34 am »
My current working on AVxCAT (v2 beta) works well with webcam using Wim's webcam.exe progam.
I can record video + audio in syncro or record video only or audio only.
(no stream out to the network)

Currently, I only enable high quality which is copy received streams into output which is then AVI for video or WAV for audio.
I did a few test to have output into any other format (it works but I have to adjust some coding parts in this mode and should be available in a several days - use of any other video format results into higher storage use which increase up to several 10th of megabytes (between 8M to about 35M) into share low memory)

If some are interested into testing my current v2 beta, please left a comment here.
(Of course, it has many other added features like icecast, front cover when copy disc or using discid etc... and many other improvements, optimizations, all available with ffmpeg 4.x)

Rémy

Update (ffmpeg): I did a test streaming my webcam video+audio directly as mp4 to udp and it works (having both video and audio in the stream)
e.g.  I tested using my webcam stream as input and using for final output ( -tune fastdecode -tune zerolatency -fflags nobuffer -f mpegts "udp://127.0.0.1:8888?pkt_size=1316" )
I opened VLC player and put in udp://@127.0.0.1:8888?pkt_size=1316  and got video + audio  (with a latency of course)
I may be able to borrow a Logitech Pro Stream Webcam, any idea of it would be supported?

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Programming / Re: redirect stdout, stderr and stdin
« on: August 10, 2021, 04:52:46 am »
I added stdin to voix some years ago... this discussion made me realize I had commited in the wrong order so I just fixed ti:
https://github.com/abwillis/voix/blob/master/voix.c

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General Discussion / Re: Strange hobbes.nmsu.edu behavior.
« on: July 25, 2021, 04:37:43 pm »
Bonjour,
Instead of opening a new thread I prefer to dig up this one, since this can also be considered as a strange behaviour of Hobbes web interface.

I wonder if anyone here also noticed that since Hobbes went "SSL", the sort option doesn't seem to work anymore ("search=&stype=any&sort=date&dir=%2F"), especially the "sort by date".
Using ISO date format would be easier for this, but anyway I am sure that a good script can deal with a date string.  :P

OK. Some will tell me the date field doesn't mean anything with the All Ye Olde Archives posted recently, but still.

Have a nice day you all !
--
Guillaume Gay

Hey Guillaume
Does this do what you are wanting?
https://hobbes.nmsu.edu/?dir=%2F&stype=all&sort=type_date&search=%2F

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Games / Re: Hearts Card Game
« on: January 22, 2021, 04:25:53 am »
Hi, each round (shuffle) is called a hand. I used to like playing hearts, where did Tellie post the game?
I haven't played it yet but installed it via RPM a couple weeks ago I guess it was.

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