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Messages - Martin Iturbide

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Applications / Re: Problems with lsusb and usb.ids
« on: August 20, 2018, 11:17:42 pm »
I just tried lsusb with latest usb.ids and all runs still with rpm libsb1. So I don't see any issues with it or I'm blind.

Hi Silvan.

Can you please confirm that you are using "lsusb-20130526.zip" ? or do you use a different release? I can not make it work with the Netlabs RPM libraries yet. I have an ArcaOS 5.0.1 VM and a different system on real hardware and both suffer from the same issue with the Netlabs RPM libusb1 and libusb-legacy-0.

Any other comments/Test from other people trying lsusb and the netlabs libusb is welcome. For the moment my only workarround is to use Paul's libusb.


Regards

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Applications / Re: Problems with lsusb and usb.ids
« on: August 19, 2018, 10:41:25 pm »
Hey Martin,,

You are right. The moment I replaced "libusb10.dll" with the older one from Paul, lsusb worked fine.

Thanks. I'm opening a ticket to notify Paul on his mantis.

With all due respect, what would you like me to do? If the rpm guys want to break existing DLL's, let them rebuild lsusb.

As you've written, the DLL & exe I provide work.

Cheers,

Paul

Hi Paul.

Also, with all due respect, I really do not know who is right and wrong. I don't have the skill to know who broke what or who is using an old code or doing the right thing.

The easy thing for the user will be for lsusb to work fine with the libraries installed from Netlabs (USB100.DLL and libusb10.dll), but I don't know if the choice to change libusb10.dll for usb100.dll was something from the source of the open source project itself, or was only a choice made by bitwise.  If it was Bitwise choice, it will be interesting to hear from them.

The original source code source project for lsusb and libusb is https://github.com/gregkh/usbutils , right?

Regards

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Applications / Re: Problems with lsusb and usb.ids
« on: August 18, 2018, 09:15:46 pm »
Hi Pete

You are right. The moment I replaced "libusb10.dll" with the older one from Paul, lsusb worked fine.

Thanks. I'm opening a ticket to notify Paul on his mantis.

Regards

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Hi Digi.
  • yEd (java application)
Can you share how do you run yEd on OS/2 ? How do you run the java command for it?
yEd looks interesting to me.

Regards

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Applications / Re: Problems with lsusb and usb.ids
« on: August 17, 2018, 10:47:47 pm »
Hi Pete

Can you confirm if you "lsusb" works with the latest version of usb.ids.

Regards

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Applications / Re: Problems with lsusb and usb.ids
« on: August 17, 2018, 04:50:36 pm »
Hi Pete

I just uninstalled libusb1 and installed the older version of  libusb1 (1.0.16-1 and 2) , but it just insist to installs the libusb-legacy-0.

It looks to me that libusb10.dll got replaced by usb100.dll for newer releases. Maybe I should ask Paul if he has some time to update his lsusb port to support the newer DLL.

I don't know what other tools that uses libusb10.dll can be affected.

Regards

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Applications / Re: Problems with lsusb and usb.ids
« on: August 17, 2018, 03:50:00 am »
Hi.

On the Netlabs RPM, on the libusb1 package, I can not find the libusb10.dll file.

Any other ideas?

Regards

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Applications / Problems with lsusb and usb.ids
« on: August 16, 2018, 05:29:01 pm »
Hi

I'm using lsusb-20130526.zip and it is not longer working on my ArcaOS 5 system. If I get the newer usb.ids from its web site (2018-08-15), when I run lsusb I just get a blank return from the command.

When I wrote my "Extracting Hardware Information from ArcaOS and OS/2" article, lsusb was working fine, it haven't been updated from that days, so my only guess is that the newer usb.ids file is producing that issue.

I have also libusb dll installed.
Code: [Select]
Directory of C:\usr\lib

 6-17-16  5:24a        24,217    124 a---  libusb10.dll


Any ideas?

Regards

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Programming / Re: SIO, SIO2K
« on: August 11, 2018, 02:11:28 am »
Hi

So, he needs someone to go there, check if machine is yet functional an grab sources from it. Also, it's needed some work on sources. Ray cannot do it himself because it's hard for him to get to that machine.

Ok, that change things, so it can not be remote. So we need someone on the area with OS/2 skill to extract his development and build environment.

Regards

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Programming / Re: SIO, SIO2K
« on: August 09, 2018, 07:05:22 pm »
Hi

If SIO and SIO2K uses IBM DDK license code samples, I insist on the idea of creating a "close source but collaborative" project on Netlabs. Ray can donate his code/changes to Netlabs and the project will be there without public access, until we can find a developer that can work on it to a) build the driver and understand it  and b) possible remove IBM DDK sample code dependencies. 

I think it will be too hard to find someone with driver development on OS/2 skill and that can personally go there to work there for some time. Once Ray's code is on netlabs we can try to find people with that skill to check it out and have some e-mail communication with Ray in case of doubts.

Regards

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Hi

Between my Qt Favorites there are:
- QpdfView
- Taskbar

Regards

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Programming / Re: SIO, SIO2K
« on: August 06, 2018, 02:23:16 pm »
Hi

No need to work there  - just pickup the sources.

If it is just to pickup the source that is good. We need someone near Beckley, WV.

Regards

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Programming / Re: SIO, SIO2K
« on: August 06, 2018, 04:17:52 am »
Hi OS4User

It is good that Ray wants to open source his SIO, SIO2K, but I think it will be hard to find someone with OS/2 device driver development skills to physically go to his home and work there.

I assume that Ray needs help to remove some of the IBM source code on his driver so it can be open sourced mainly because of the IBM DDK license. If possible I will like to provide a counter offer to Ray. Let's post his SIO, SIO2K source code into a netlabs close source svn repository until we can find a device driver developer to work on remove the IBM components of the driver so it can be fully open source.

I think that we can turn SIO and SIO2K driver into a "close source collaborative project" on netlabs for the moment, until some IBM dependencies can be removed.

Regards

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Programming / Re: SIO, SIO2K
« on: August 06, 2018, 04:16:32 am »
Hi OS4User

It is good that Ray wants to open source his SIO, SIO2K, but I think it will be hard to find someone with OS/2 device driver development skills to physically go to his home and work there.

I assume that Ray needs help to remove some of the IBM source code on his driver so it can be open sourced. If possible I will like to provide a counter offer to Ray. Let's post his SIO, SIO2K source code into a netlabs close source svn repository until we can find a device driver developer to work on remove the IBM components of the driver so it can be fully open source.

I think that we can turn SIO and SIO2K driver into a "close source collaborative project" on netlabs for the moment, until some IBM dependencies can be removed.

Regards


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Marketplace / Re: ebay Stuff
« on: August 04, 2018, 04:01:09 am »
Hi.

It is the first time I see this wall clock.

Regards

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