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Applications / Re: How to make Tor work on eCS
« on: September 16, 2018, 03:40:18 pm »
 Thanks again! It seems to work as well as the last one, but there is a new warning in the message log:

Warning: Cannot get strong entropy: no entropy source found.

 Is it looking for some kind of randomizer?

 Since Firefox 24, I have not been able to connect to HTTPS website URL's using Tor. I presume that is a defect in our Firefox, but was wondering if anyone else has seen this or even found a way around it...

Networking / Re: Samba 4.9.0 based client
« on: September 16, 2018, 05:38:20 am »
 Thanks, Paul! Got it installed and so far seems to work well with my OS/2 SAMBA server. I'll try some Windows shares next...

Storage / Re: PMSHELL
« on: July 30, 2018, 01:19:22 pm »
 I wonder if it would be possible in theory to create a 'memory defragmentation' daemon that monitors memory and warns when fragments get below a specified size (or even better, defrags when needed)?

Networking / Re: Wireshark port
« on: June 25, 2018, 10:47:19 pm »

  Zip files can be had here for the release RPM stuff...

 I also do not have a 'rocken.dll' file on my systems, but Wireshark works. A real mystery...



  Check inside your C:\TCPIP\BIN\B4TCP.CMD file and make sure it has this:

if exist %etc%\inetcfg.ini CALL inetcfg.exe -set all

 If not add it. This command applies the inetcfg.ini file settings when you boot.


Networking / Re: Routing Issues?
« on: April 20, 2018, 10:35:55 pm »
 The 'route add net' doesn't look right on the work machine - shouldn't it be 'route add -net'?


Internet / Re: SeaMonkey Experimental build 3
« on: April 10, 2018, 01:32:03 am »

  Hey, thanks for that! I never even considered running in a window, but yes - it works!

Internet / Re: SeaMonkey Experimental build 3
« on: April 09, 2018, 10:34:32 pm »
 Thanks for building this, Dave! I'm having some strange trouble though, it works great until somewhere around the 3rd or 4th time I start it, the icon cross-hatches, but nothing appears on the screen. Doesn't appear in the task list either. This happens regardless of whether I reboot or not. I have 2 CPUs, and the CPU monitor shows 100% load bouncing back and forth from one CPU to the other. If I recopy the 2nd beta version over this one, then everything works fine again and continues working.

 Unfortunately, TOP doesn't work on this machine (problems with OS/2 fullscreen sessions) so I can't look to see what is running when I try to start SeaMonkey in this state. Definitely a head scratcher...

Web applications / Re: Chrome...
« on: April 01, 2018, 02:42:04 pm »
Very cool... nice work!

Web applications / Re: Chrome...
« on: March 30, 2018, 03:32:46 am »
 What?!!! Internet Explorer on OS/2? Blasphemy!  :o How did you do it?

Web applications / Re: Chrome...
« on: March 29, 2018, 10:19:59 pm »
 Whoa!  Is that real?...

Applications / Re: VirtualBox problems
« on: March 22, 2018, 09:25:30 pm »
 Take a look at :

  The issue is the latest libcx 0.6.1. VirtualBox will work with version 0.6.0, but needs a switch to work with 0.6.1. You can also put version 0.6.0 in the VirtualBox directory, and use Run! to start it LIBPATHSTRICT.

 Thanks for the explanation, Lars. I guess I thought conversion was going on, and these are old USB speakers, so makes sense they don't support 24 bit. I actually prefer there is no conversion - now I just need to get some USB speakers that support 24 bit. Is there a tool you know of that can report what speakers are capable of?


 You CAN add an Ampmix page for UniAud to the multimedia setup object by tweaking MMPM2.INI. Under the [UNIAUDAMPMIX01] section, change DEVICEFLAG=2 to DEVICEFLAG=1, and at the bottom of the section add a line: ALIASNAME=OS/2 Audio: Ampmix. Now I can switch between UniAud and USBWav without a reboot or messing with MMPM2.INI! DO NOT restart after the change, do <CTRL><ALT><DEL> otherwise the original MMPM2.INI will be re-written during shutdown and you lose the change.

 Thanks Lars! This seems to work with regular MP3 and WAV files, but I can't play any 24 bit WAV files (by double-clicking on them). I get an error saying 'The device driver cannot be opened or the required hardware is missing (rc=5006)'. Files are 24bit, 48KHz, 2 channel and are properly recognized if I right click on it and choose 'Open as..' -> 'Wavefile Info'. Far as I can tell the USBWAV codec is installed (using listprocs). Is this a limitation of the OS/2 player? What do you or Wim use to play 24 bit files?

 Still can't switch back and forth from Uniaud to USBWav, probably because there is no AmpMix page for UniAud. Unchecking the 'Default Device' under the USB Ampmix page doesn't stick for some reason. Once checked, USB is all I get until I go into MMPM2.INI and remove it from the [defaultnames] section. Can the Ampmix page for UniAud be added manually by tweaking MMPM2.INI? I'll play around with that...

 One other thing that seems obvious in retrospect... I uninstalled the old USB audio stuff using this package before re-installing, but the USB sequencer stuff was not removed (because it doesn't install it!). Have to use the last package (USBDrv220) to do it right.


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