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AuthorTopic: Public Release of MorphOS 2.5 & Introduction of eMac Support  (Read 10982 times)

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Offline buzz

Re: Public Release of MorphOS 2.5 & Introduction of eMac Support
« Reply #105 on: June 08, 2010, 01:11:38 AM »
Quote from: EDanaII;563397
Yea, it was this kind of "Common Sense" that got us stuck in a largely Windows world.

Thinking inside a box never gets anyone anywhere.


I like how you did that. Take what I wrote and try and make it mean something completely different!
 

Offline EDanaII

Re: Public Release of MorphOS 2.5 & Introduction of eMac Support
« Reply #106 on: June 08, 2010, 01:15:48 AM »
Well, I dunno... what did you actually mean? :)
Ed.
 

Offline kickstart

Re: Public Release of MorphOS 2.5 & Introduction of eMac Support
« Reply #107 on: June 08, 2010, 02:10:41 AM »
"Devs/Networks/Sungem

Improvements in packet handling, should solve performance problems"

Thats one of the fixes on morphos 2.5, this one really fix the ethernet problem on the macmini?
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Offline LoadWB

Re: Public Release of MorphOS 2.5 & Introduction of eMac Support
« Reply #108 on: June 08, 2010, 02:12:22 AM »
Does/will MorphOS support the wireless on the wireless MacMinis?  I do not know if mine has wireless or not, it may be Bluetooth, but it has some kind of antennas inside.
 

Offline kolla

Re: Public Release of MorphOS 2.5 & Introduction of eMac Support
« Reply #109 on: June 08, 2010, 02:22:37 AM »
Quote from: zylesea;563393
Things get easier if you follow that simple and easy fact to not mess around with files in sys:morphos/.
Sure an old Amigan feels like he knows the system and isn't afraid to tinker around, but there is a good reason for that rule.


That's not a "fact", just a general rule.

Unfortunatly, in many cases you _have_ to mess around in sys:morphos - with 2.5 this has changed somewhat, since now more paths under sys: is also read automatically, read all about it in the update notes. Still, you have a library you want to use rather than the one in mossys:, updated mui classes, rexxsyslib.library or whatever - you quickly end up needing to change stuff in mossys:.  Not that I mind, most of the time I seem to have a clue on what I'm doing, since I have yet to break any systems.

And yes, I have altered the startup-sequence, removed all unneeded occuarances of >NIL:, lowered the failat value (rexxmast always exits 11 on morphos for some weird reason), shuffled around assigns, made my own c:mount wrapper that unmounts devices that are to be mounted but already exists (such as con), removed the resident lines for execute and assign (set the H flag on them instead), altered PATH, removed all the turboprint stuff I couldnt care less about, ditto for SDK etc.

I mean - this is why I would want an amiga system in the first place - I can tinker around with it as I am pleased, because it's a kind of system I know how to mess around with. :hammer:
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