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Multimedia / Re: How do I change this default behaviour?
« on: November 28, 2021, 04:05:34 am »
Hi Dariusz.

I don't think it is good to deregister any class for what you want to do?

When you right click over the AVI or MPG file, and select "Open as", which options do you see?

Do you want to take a look at my notes here, maybe it can give you some hints.


Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: Hobbes (Files) Reoganization
« on: November 26, 2021, 07:41:18 pm »

I'm almost done with the reorganization of "/pub/os2/apps/mmedia", I'm just missing some files, but I think it is good now.

I think this directory ("/pub/os2/apps/mmedia), is ready for the next phase, which it is to find other OS/2 software sources and check is something is missing in hobbes to upload it too. But that phase is a secondary task, because the priority is too keep reorganizing other hobbes directories.

Suggestions of something missing on "/pub/os2/apps/mmedia" are welcome.

Remember the standard premises for this reorganization that were discussed before:
  • In the case of applications (not drivers), I'm only leaving on hobbes only the latest version. Older versions are in the backups and hopefully in the future it may be organized somewhere else like OS2site. It will be like having one repository for the latest files version (hobbes) and other one with everything (old and new) (OS2Site and
  • I'm trying to identify the version number and date of each application to include it clearly on the short description so users will know how old is the software at first hand.
  • If something is missing from hobbes, there is  hobbes backup on before the reorganization (2021-05), and we have too
  • I'm also changing the file names, to try to include a better naming for the files. Ex: There were files like "" or "" that sometimes don't tell you what it is.
  • I'm sorry, but the process is slow, I have to go file by file and create the .txt file for it. And I need to use the incoming directory to update hobbes, I have no other way as far as I know. I'm sorry to put so many files on that directory, specially for the people like to always check on it for newer software releases.
  • Don't get angry and start calling me names if you don't like that some file is is not named or located in where you want. Let's discuss the rationale of that and see if we can get some agreement.


Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: Hobbes (Files) Reoganization
« on: November 23, 2021, 03:09:34 pm »
Hi Sergey.

I want to reorganize /dev, but I haven't started yet. I need some ideas on how should the directory structure should be reorganized.

I was thinking something like:

Currently I'm busy with the /apps and /util reorganization, but suggestions on the /dev directory are welcome, so I can also start that little by little.


Applications / Re: Calibre for ebooks etc...
« on: November 22, 2021, 02:47:34 am »
Hi Ivan

Please try again to post the OS/2 ported file. The Max size on the forum is 10MB now. If you still have problem please post it on some temp site like WeTransfer.


Applications / Re: Calibre for ebooks etc...
« on: November 21, 2021, 04:46:42 pm »
Way back in 2010 Paul did a port of Sigil e-pub editor for QT4.
Hi Ivan

Is there a link for the "Sigil e-pub editor" port? I want to give it a try.


Hi Sigurd

I had updated the wiki page:

Let me know if it is fine with you. If you ever produce the "Hardware Report (PCI.exe)" please post it here.
Are you using Panorama for Video? Does it has two adapter, Intel and NVidia?


Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: Hobbes (Files) Reoganization
« on: November 18, 2021, 02:55:32 pm »

Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: Hobbes (Files) Reoganization
« on: November 17, 2021, 08:47:15 pm »
Hi guys. I'm not sure where to put "Jive-Valspeak" program. I'm not sure if it is "toy" or it something that should go on "spell".

What do you think?

--- JIVE Version----
'Sup, dude guys. I'm not sho' nuff where t'put "Jive-Valspeak"  honky code. I'm not sho' nuff if it be "toy" o' it sump'n dat should go on "spell".

What do ya' dink?

----Valspeak Version----
Hi dudes. I'm not sure where to put "Jive-Valspeak" program. I'm not sure if it is like, ya know, "toy" or it somethin' that should go on "spell".

What do you think?

so funny...


Web applications / Re: QT5 simplebrowser
« on: November 15, 2021, 02:02:56 am »
Hi Roderick

Bitwise works is completely free to write down a new set of development goals for the Qt5 and new browser port and call it like "phase 2", set a funding goal, time frame and request donations for it. But it will be important for them to release a working beta version of the browser to keep the community motivated and show that good things were produced with the first "49000 €" raised.


Web applications / Re: QT5 simplebrowser
« on: November 14, 2021, 06:12:07 pm »

FYI: Bitwise works collected the "49000 €" donation initially required according to it's webpage.

This is a never seen record for the community and it took efforts and time of all of us.

I'm really looking forward to see Qt5 stabilize and the new browser, so future projects can be suggested by Bitwise works.


Hardware / Re: Using a Corsair K70 Keyboard on a KVM under ArcaOS
« on: November 14, 2021, 02:35:36 am »

On the wiki I have updated:
- Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mk. 2 Mechanical Keyboard
- Corsair Gaming K95 RGB Platinum Keyboard

Let me know if you want to add something else to the pages.


Hardware / Re: Using a Corsair K70 Keyboard on a KVM under ArcaOS
« on: November 12, 2021, 02:07:25 pm »
Hi Mark

Thanks for the feedback. I had updated the wiki of the K55 and K70 with your suggestions.

About the K96 keyboard you got, if it is a different model I prefer to create a different Wiki page about it, even if it is the same hardwareID.
Can you please post the hardware report of it and the HardwareID? and the website link.


Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: Hobbes (Files) Reoganization
« on: November 11, 2021, 09:02:27 pm »
Hi Wendy

I also agree that the "Internet" things should go into "Network", but I also need to organize what goes into "/app" and what in "/util/network".  In the case of "/app" it is organized in hobbes for what does the app does, independently if it works on a network, internet or stand alone.

Let me see how that keeps going on, reorganizing "/os2/apps/internet/" is giving me some trouble  ;D


Applications / Re: Librecad and other ports
« on: November 11, 2021, 08:28:28 pm »
Hi Dave, for what I understood on other discussions, it seems that the future is going to be to use "pentium4" architecture name for newer packages.

Some comments are on Arca's "Known issues/limitations", but nothing specif on when to use each architecture.

The i386 architecture has been deprecated in favor of i686. As a result, packages which have been updated for the i686 and pentium4 architectures may not reflect the current version numbers in the available package list, although the icon may indicate that they have been updated recently. Selecting the listed package will always install the latest available for the configured architecture, however. As a workaround, start ANPM with the /DUP switch. This will cause all available versions (duplicate package names, but all versions and architectures) to be displayed in the available package list. We are working on improving the package filtering logic to address this.

Changing architectures (i386 to i686, i386 to pentium4, pentium4 to i686, etc.) from the RPM Platform Configuration dialog or by editing %UNIXROOT%\etc\rpm\platform directly may lead to unpredictable results. This is a YUM issue, and not a defect of ANPM. We are considering ways to help make these changes easier.

It seems to me that we should that the "pentium4" architecture name for packages is the one we should be using for current hardware. Even that for me "pentium4" sounds old and it is a trademarked word, it seems that the newer stuff is being called that way. Am I right?

I don't know if there is a clear document that specifies when you should use i386, i686 or pentium4.
Is it compiled on a different way the i686 and the pentium4?


Applications / Re: Librecad and other ports
« on: November 11, 2021, 02:56:26 pm »
Hi Ivan

I had tested it with Qt5 5.15.2 from the netlabs-exp repository, which means that is still experimental and you need to be careful under which system are you installing it. 

If there are people that don't want to use the "netlabs-exp" is better for them to wait until all this runtime get to the regular repository.

To test it I had installed:
- qt5-qtbase, qt5-qtmultimedia, qt5-qtwebsockets, qt5-qtwebengine, qt5-qtwebchannel
From the Netlabs-exp.

General notes:

PMDLL is a great graphical tool to see what may be missing with the DLLs. (Attached picture).

Also as a general recommendation to find a missing DLL on the RPM repositories I use:

  yum whatprovides */<filename>


  yum whatprovides */libcn0.dll


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