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The first development package of what will become OpenGEM/XM (a
multi-tasking version of OpenGEM) is now online.
You can download it here:
To run it, just run GEM.BAT after unzipping everything to your C: root
and keeping the folder structure.
Do NOT install this over an existing OpenGEM installation, as the
directory structures are different and you'll end up with a mess. If
you are using OpenGEM 5 or previous, and want to try this, please backup
OpenGEM 5 and delete all the files.
This needs testing. Many things do NOT work yet. For instance, trying
to run Output will result in a rather fun crash. Please test, and send
reports. You need to make sure your Z: drive is not in use, as
OpenGEM/XM will use this as a virtual memory area.
The code here is FreeGEM/XM 3.0beta4
(http://www.deltasoft.com/downloads/gemxm.zip) and John Elliott's new
GEMVDI for GEM/XM (http://www.seasip.info/Gem/Software/qdxm2.zip).
These were installed with the applications from OpenGEM 5 Complete and a
cut-down version of GEM.BAT.
Exiting times lie ahead! All reports to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Shane Martin Coughlan
e: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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