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Messages - Sigurd Fastenrath

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Events / Re: Announcing Warpstock Europe 2019!
« on: July 02, 2018, 08:23:58 am »

Uhuu well previous Warpstocks where between 25 and 30 Euro's per year.

The 105 Dollars translates to 89 Euro's. It includes lunch twice.
How much is that in Cologne in the Youth Hostel ? I forgot ? 7 Euro ?
It includes tea and coffee the whole day.

Also the rent of the room is more expensive on Saturday since I renting it for the evening as well. So people can stick around if they want...



I do not know why you are ranting here and why you compare it to our Meeting in Cologne, something I allways try to avoid.

But the truth is:

The costs for attendence at Cologne is 0,00 Euro (Zero) as Thomas Müller and me pay the fee for the room, the Coffee and Cake, there are 7 Euro for Lunch, that is all, if someone wants. Visitors are free to spent some money if they want to, and in the past years this money was handed over to i.e. Bitwise to sponsor projects. So - ALL the costs for the event have been sponsored each year by Thomas Müller and me - since 2015 (from 2013 to 2014 we used some of the sponsored Money for the next Event) - !!. We keep no Cent at all for us. And in addition: if you follow the Year by Year thread for this event at os2.org you will find the whole costs of this event as we usually show the bill of the youth hostel. So - for me - besides this event it is simply to expenesive to add another 200 or 300 Euro for a second event. As easy as this. And 120 US Dollar are today 102 Euros.

That said - our event live because of the participation of the visitors, they prepare everything for free as well, make Presentations and Thomas Müller is recording videos, that are postprocesses by Wolfgang Reineken and made available on the os2.org homepage by Andreas Roederer - all in their free/spare time. Thanks to every visitor these events are still alive and make such fun. And it will take place as long as there are some Visitors interested in.

Your comment is another reason for me to make it obvious not to attend in Soest.




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Events / Re: Announcing Warpstock Europe 2019!
« on: June 30, 2018, 09:36:04 pm »
Of course and sadly that 105 Dollars is only for access but lunch is included both days. Dinner is not included, more information will follow later. Roderick

Thanks for the Information, but this is to expensive for me. All the best and good luck!

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Events / Re: Announcing Warpstock Europe 2019!
« on: June 28, 2018, 12:56:32 pm »
Is food and hotel (overnight)included in this price or is this "only" for the organization? It is very unlikely that I will have time to attend (May is allways full of work), but in case I could I would like to estimate the full costs for it Thanks.

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Setup & Installation / Re: USB 3.0 /3.1
« on: June 23, 2018, 06:35:57 pm »
My last information is from May 2016, when David A announced at Warpstock Europe it is at 90%. Nothing since, may be there has been some informations at the last WSE, but the videos are still not online.  ???  :(

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Setup & Installation / Re: OS/2 nativ on Thinkpad 25
« on: June 17, 2018, 10:48:13 pm »
Well done, here some additional Information I was able to get, so far:

- LAN is working, "Intel Ethernet Connection I219-V" using E1000B LAN Driver from Arca Noae

- Sound: partly working with latest UNIAUD and /A:0 switch, but:
  - only working with "Sounds" like playing MP3 with PM123
  - not working in combination with Video (stutters)
  - no Volume Control

Will try to get PCI Output, but is not that easy so far.

Overall a really great experience!

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Hardware / Re: Lenovo T420 - disabling touchpad
« on: June 13, 2018, 04:32:49 pm »
Just for the notes:

- the Lenovo Thinkpad T450s has the Option to disable the Touchpad in Bios
- as well as the Thinkpad 25 (based on the Thinkpad 470)

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Setup & Installation / OS/2 nativ on Thinkpad 25
« on: June 09, 2018, 08:27:43 pm »
Well, it took some time, but finally……

To avoid doubleposting you can follow, if interested in, this thread here (German, please use a translator)

https://www.os2.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1417#p10301



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Programming / Re: 10% Fundraising for QT5 and new Browser
« on: March 23, 2018, 07:28:14 pm »
We are already past 50% of the target:

From 4.200 Euro are 2.030 Euro left! We may make it!!

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General Discussion / Re: OS/2 in different languages
« on: March 23, 2018, 05:53:23 am »
Both CD.

WSeB, Upgrade, English, PN: 31L1710, W/O: G457359, Rel : N/AP

Warp 4, German - including Headset! - : PN:65H0737, BTCH: M734800, Rel.: 0400

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General Discussion / Re: OS/2 in different languages
« on: March 22, 2018, 05:29:35 pm »
Some Part numbers for you:

(I do have all of them Shrinked Wrapped as shown in my latest Video). Hope that helps.

Warp 4, German: PN: 22L3550. W/O G444889, Rel.: 4
Warp Server 4 Advanced, German: PN: 28H5685, BTCH: M444320, REL 0400
Warp Connect Blue Spine, German: PN: 07H9800, BTCH: M273780, REL 0301
Warp Connect Red Spine, German: PN: 07H9847, BTCH: M783510, REL 0300
Warp Blue Spine, German: PN 24H1282, BTCH: M250240, REL 3001
Warp Red Spine, German: PN 19H5077, BTCH: M428460, REL 3001
OS/2 2.11, German: PN 63G3901, BTCH: M505350, REL: 2110
OS/2 2.0, German: PN: 14G0715, BTCH: M190350, REL: 2000
OS/2 1.3, IBM Extended Edition, GErman: PN: 87F1002, BTCH: M920410, REL: 1300

PC DOS 2000, German: PN 04L5573, Rel: 1
PC DOS 7, German, Upgrade CD ROM: PN G466697, Rel.: N/AP

I have no idea what the BTCH Number is used for. May be shows date or something else of the production/creating time?


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Programming / Re: 10% Fundraising for QT5 and new Browser
« on: March 15, 2018, 10:54:21 am »
For now there are more sponsoring campaigns than code changes related to OS/2 web browser projects. How is this new campaign related to the earlier November 2017 campaign (Source: http://articles.os2voice.org/index.php)?

Hi Andreas, I try to answer - sorry for not using kyrillic or latin language, (I could only offer Deutsch, French, English or Simple Chinese) you can read everything at the os2.org Forum once you use your motherlanguage (I guess). This campaign is not related to VOICE, even though both may have the same target.

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Programming / Re: 10% Fundraising for QT5 and new Browser
« on: March 14, 2018, 12:54:53 pm »
We are moving Forward! Thanks to all so far! I hope we can reach the Goal!

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Programming / 10% Fundraising for QT5 and new Browser
« on: March 12, 2018, 08:21:08 am »
Please read here my idea about a fundraising for QT5 and the Browser, I hope it may encourage other Individuals or User Groups or...

https://translate.google.de/translate?sl=de&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=de&ie=UTF-8&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.os2.org%2Fviewtopic.php%3Ff%3D6%26t%3D1372&edit-text=

(Using Google Translator)

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You should definitely skip the disk test.

No, you shouldn't.

From my experience it is the best one can do on modern Hardware to check the box "skip the disk check" in the "Pre Boot Menue". It is better to use the Disc Tools once you passed the first stage of booting.

Yes - this is my experience and Yes, I do speak for myself  :D :D :D :D

Just to be 100% clear the disc checker should never be bypassed. I am bit confused what you mean with using the disc tool after the first stage of booting Sigurd.  The disc util loads in the ArcaOS installer when you selected your installer type. If you know what you are doing then disabling the disc checker can be an option. But in most cases disabling it will not help the user as minilvm will then run into an issue.

The disc utility does nothing at disc controller level. It only scans the hard discs for LVM information.

Roderick

It might Sound strange for you, but that is my experience. I would not have been able to install it (ecs, arcaos) several times on modern Hardware, if I would have done it your way. Mini LVM run into Problems when I selected this Option, and I remember eCS 2.0 Beta 6 (or was it 5 or the Silver realease or the first GA...) where this lead to a damaged HDD Layout.... I can not justify what EXACTLY happend, but I never had this Problems when I disabled this Feature.

It only scans the hard discs for LVM information.

This might be a possible thing: .. it may not find LVM Information, and that lead to.....

That reminds me to the time (in 2010) where you several times said that it was impossible to install eCS next to an existing, preloaded Windows 7 System, in the end I had to build this: http://ru.ecomstation.ru/showarticle.php?id=214 to proof my words and you wrong. This came to my mind once I read your "Just to be 100% clear.".....

Even though, as it seems it did/does not help here, so who cares.

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You should definitely skip the disk test.

No, you shouldn't.

From my experience it is the best one can do on modern Hardware to check the box "skip the disk check" in the "Pre Boot Menue". It is better to use the Disc Tools once you passed the first stage of booting.

Yes - this is my experience and Yes, I do speak for myself  :D :D :D :D

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