Re: [Freedos-user] FreeDOS on USB stick?

2007-08-09 Thread Robert Riebisch
Roughbert Strong wrote: stick, booting starts OK but soon stops with media What happens exactly? test failure check cable. I've seen this error Check cable probably comes from your NIC (PXE), because BIOS couldn't boot the stick. Robert Riebisch -- BTTR Software

Re: [Freedos-user] EDIT yes no hotkeys

2007-08-09 Thread Oleg O. Chukaev
Hello Eric, you wrote: of if. Makes the code more readable and makes it easy to connect IMHO Edit's code is a good candidate for winning on the IOCCC ;-) I guess you mean DN for next and UP for prev. Yes, you're right. I removed `static' keyword from {Next,Prev}Focus definitions and

[Freedos-user] Install and dosfsck 211c

2007-08-09 Thread Chris Ruhl
Hi, Eric Your 2.11c version is great! It's just what that utility needed to prevent confusion when using very large hard disks. I let 2.11b run overnight and it finished okay. The counter, at least, lets one know that it will take a l-o-n-g time to finish! Interesting twist on install

Re: [Freedos-user] EDIT yes no hotkeys

2007-08-09 Thread Oleg O. Chukaev
Hello Eric, you wrote: Still it is better to have the right pointer type. Not sure what the bug is, but pointing to the wrong kind of object cannot be the solution. Of course. But you know the Edit's code much better than I know it... -- Oleg O. Chukaev

[Freedos-user] DOSFSCK timer

2007-08-09 Thread Chris Ruhl
Hi, Eric 12 minutes to do a 2045 Mb drive partition on one of my older Celeron 400Mhz systems -- not bad! Counter moves two-three times a second. - This email is sponsored by: Splunk Inc. Still grepping through log

[Freedos-user] Announce: dosfsck 2.11c with progress info

2007-08-09 Thread Eric Auer
Hi all, please update your dosfsck to which now has progress in for for the -t option which can be enabled by the -v option. If you use -t without -v, is shows a hint use -v :-). Background: The -t option of dosfsck

Re: [Freedos-user] FreeDOS works for me!

2007-08-09 Thread Marti van Lin
I'm sorry guys and girls, but I've been working with FreeDOS for quite some time and I don't understand why on earth some of you have such problems, getting FreeDOS to work :-/ I've got FreeDOS working on a dedicated machine, without a glitch! In my point of view there's absolutely *nothing*