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Messages - Vadim Priluzkiy

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Hardware / Re: Trackpoint Lovers
« on: January 14, 2016, 07:53:29 pm »
TouchPad disabled in BIOS
TrackPoitnt great! :)

Hardware / Re: Which buy a new laptop? for 2016
« on: January 14, 2016, 07:51:27 pm »
Lenovo ThinkPad X220i with eCS 2.2 b2
Audio: It works with uniaud.
Video: 1366x768 works with panorama.
ACPI(driver from distributive): All 4 core (2 hardware and 2 hyperthreading) works fine also work speedstep technology. Sleep does not work. :(
Lan: It works with this driver.
WLAN: Does not work with genmac supported or unsupported mode. :(
Multimedia keys(mute, vol. up/down, mic mute, ThinkVantage): works with win95key, except mic mute and ThinkVantage.
USB: It works fine with default and Lars drivers.
Web camera: Frozen video.
CardBus: Non tested.
UEFI boot: Non tested.
SD/MMC slot: Non tested.

Also this hardware works fine with OS/4 kernels and QS-Init loader. PAE memdisk also work.
Of course security chip, bluetooth and Active Protection System(APS), does not work.

Events / Re: OS/2 - eCS - Blue Lion - Wishlist 2015
« on: November 21, 2015, 02:31:53 pm »
Full version of XWorkplace with latest fixes backported from eWP! (Cropped eWorkplace -- suxx!)  ;)

Events / Re: OS/2 - eCS - Blue Lion - Wishlist 2015
« on: November 15, 2015, 12:35:54 am »
- which can read more temp sensors, like that embedded in modern CPUs.
- which can drive more fans like ones, which aren't announced via ACPI.
For reading data from modern intel CPU temp sensors, try this: CPUtemp by Andrey Vasilkin (Digi) Also this driver used in System Load monitoring tool by Digi.

At some point Bitwise is going to run out of funding for the Firefox port, dmik has put a lot of time in understanding the code, which is a huge mess so I'd suggest it as another use for the fund.

I would support this idea too  -   without proper browser,  os/2 has no chance to survive
Another option is to Port QT5 and use one of the webkit browsers... less work probably in the long term and more options available too.  FIrefox seems to be doing its best to marginalize itself.
To run (QT5, java etc) software on the modern hardware, we need driver infrastructure -- net/wifi, video with HW OpenGL support and hardware acceleration, USB3 and maybe Bluetooth!

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