If Jack's drivers are left out of version 1.2 ; is there
something to replace them.
On Thu, 12 May 2016 17:19:28 -0500 Rugxulo <rugx...@gmail.com> writes:
> On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 12:50 PM, Jerome E. Shidel Jr.
> <jer...@shidel.net> wrote:
> > So far, I have gone through all of the ARCHIVER and BASE packages
> and have corrected their LSM data.
> > In those groups, these packages have not been solved.
> > Unknown license information and will probably be dropped from
> > ARCHIVER/ARJ
> I don't know about ARJ (clone), I've never needed to use it. I (very
> rarely) used UnARJ, which seems "Free" (to my naive eyes, but it's
> always hard to tell). So, if you really want ARJ support, include
> EDIT: Oops, it's possibly "non-free" (although I honestly have no
> why). Debian now seems to prefer the full ARJ (from ARJ Russia on
> SF.net, which I vaguely think is the same one mentioned above as
> "ARCHIVER/ARJ"; at least FD's "UTIL" ARJ is apparently that one).
> > ARCHIVER/ZOO
> ZOO is another older archive format. The only two gotchas that I
> (barely) remember are that 2.01 was public domain yet lacked
> compression (LZW, now patent expired). 2.10 had some weird clause
> about "don't charge more than $xyz" (against Compuserve?), but that
> apparently has been rescinded in recent years (as Linux distros
> nowadays sometimes include it). E.g. see below for Debian, which
> claims it's "public domain":
> There's also (public domain) BOOZ, but that's only the unpacker. So
> you could also just include that (instead) if desired.
> > Missing sources,
> > BASE/COMMAND
> AFAIK, it hasn't changed lately, as there is no maintainer. So just
> grab this:
> But I haven't looked closely (thousands of files, ugh!). The only
> dependency, AFAIK, is Suppl, but I think that's already included
> (unlike in 0.82pl3 sources).
> Hmmm, seems "suppl.tgz" is included twice, but the (.tgz) CRC fails.
> Yeah, I vaguely remember that error, ugh!
> So also grab Suppl from here:
> And no, AFAIK, the "newer" FreeCOM version is not stable, it still
> runtime bugs (for me) when built with OpenWatcom. That port was just
> never finalized, AFAIK.
> > Yet to verify all packages on previously posted list in groups
> Too much to do ....
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