Re: [Ql-Users] UQLX

2019-10-22 Thread Graeme Gregory via Ql-Users



On Tue, 22 Oct 2019, at 11:07 AM, desin via Ql-Users wrote:
> hello
> 
> there is a annoying bug in the screen handling with UQLX 2018(a)
> it only manifests if zoom is to 2 eg ./qm -z 2
> 
> when using pointer programs like QPC2 Files and QD
> the cursor jumps to the middle of the upper left corner
> 
> the versions 2012 and 2017 are ok
> but the sources of 2017 are no longer on github
> 
> any solutions ?
> 
No sources have been removed from github, you just need to roll back!

Graeme
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[Ql-Users] UQLX

2019-10-22 Thread desin via Ql-Users

hello

there is a annoying bug in the screen handling with UQLX 2018(a)
it only manifests if zoom is to 2 eg ./qm -z 2

when using pointer programs like QPC2 Files and QD
the cursor jumps to the middle of the upper left corner

the versions 2012 and 2017 are ok
but the sources of 2017 are no longer on github

any solutions ?

Greetings from Switzerland
Markus
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[Ql-Users] UQLX

2019-10-22 Thread desin via Ql-Users

hello

there is a annoying bug in the screen handling with UQLX 2018(a)
when using pointer programs like QPC2 Files and QD
the cursor jumps to the middle of the upper left corner

the versions 2012 and 2017 are ok
but the sources of 2017 are no longer on github

any solutions ?

Greetings from Switzerland
Markus
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Re: [Ql-Users] UQLX and QD

2018-12-31 Thread Graeme Gregory via Ql-Users



On Mon, 31 Dec 2018, at 8:04 PM, Graeme Gregory via Ql-Users wrote:
> 
> 
> On Mon, 31 Dec 2018, at 1:12 PM, Graeme Gregory via Ql-Users wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > On Mon, 31 Dec 2018, at 12:31 PM, desin via Ql-Users wrote:
> > > get the sd_demo.win from marcel
> > > 
> > > edit the .uqlxrc
> > > 
> > > start uqlx(qm,qx,qm_x86-32)  -b "lrun win1_boot"
> > > press space
> > > ex qd;"win1_boot"
> > > move the cursor
> > > move the mouse outside the QD window
> > > try to get back to QD
> > > 
> > > the same procedure
> > > with no zoom   eg -z 0 or 1
> > > works ok
> > > 
> > > i have tried QD A,07,B.02,B.04,B,05
> > > outline set or not
> > > 
> > > greetings and a happy new year
> > > 
> > > from Switzerland
> > > 
> > Probably I missed a divide by zoom factor somewhere in the code!
> > 
> Does this by any chance fix it?
> 
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/f43e1aefylx1z1r/qm.zip?dl=0
> 
> 64bit qm version.
> 
Actually no that wont do anything different, wrong bit of code :-(

Graeme

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Re: [Ql-Users] UQLX and QD

2018-12-31 Thread Graeme Gregory via Ql-Users



On Mon, 31 Dec 2018, at 1:12 PM, Graeme Gregory via Ql-Users wrote:
> 
> 
> On Mon, 31 Dec 2018, at 12:31 PM, desin via Ql-Users wrote:
> > get the sd_demo.win from marcel
> > 
> > edit the .uqlxrc
> > 
> > start uqlx(qm,qx,qm_x86-32)  -b "lrun win1_boot"
> > press space
> > ex qd;"win1_boot"
> > move the cursor
> > move the mouse outside the QD window
> > try to get back to QD
> > 
> > the same procedure
> > with no zoom   eg -z 0 or 1
> > works ok
> > 
> > i have tried QD A,07,B.02,B.04,B,05
> > outline set or not
> > 
> > greetings and a happy new year
> > 
> > from Switzerland
> > 
> Probably I missed a divide by zoom factor somewhere in the code!
> 
Does this by any chance fix it?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/f43e1aefylx1z1r/qm.zip?dl=0

64bit qm version.

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Re: [Ql-Users] UQLX and QD

2018-12-31 Thread Graeme Gregory via Ql-Users



On Mon, 31 Dec 2018, at 12:31 PM, desin via Ql-Users wrote:
> get the sd_demo.win from marcel
> 
> edit the .uqlxrc
> 
> start uqlx(qm,qx,qm_x86-32)  -b "lrun win1_boot"
> press space
> ex qd;"win1_boot"
> move the cursor
> move the mouse outside the QD window
> try to get back to QD
> 
> the same procedure
> with no zoom   eg -z 0 or 1
> works ok
> 
> i have tried QD A,07,B.02,B.04,B,05
> outline set or not
> 
> greetings and a happy new year
> 
> from Switzerland
> 
Probably I missed a divide by zoom factor somewhere in the code!

Graeme
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[Ql-Users] UQLX and QD

2018-12-31 Thread desin via Ql-Users

get the sd_demo.win from marcel

edit the .uqlxrc

start uqlx(qm,qx,qm_x86-32)  -b "lrun win1_boot"
press space
ex qd;"win1_boot"
move the cursor
move the mouse outside the QD window
try to get back to QD

the same procedure
with no zoom   eg -z 0 or 1
works ok

i have tried QD A,07,B.02,B.04,B,05
outline set or not

greetings and a happy new year

from Switzerland

Markus
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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx and TCP/IP stack documentation

2017-03-06 Thread Derek Stewart

On 05/03/17 20:13, Peter Graf wrote:

Dilwyn Jones wrote:

I've created a new page in the Documents part of my website, dedicated
to information about the TCP/IP stack included with emulators such as
QPC2, uQLx, SMSQmulator and QemuLator.


Thank you. Just for clairifcation: There is no TCP/IP stack included
with any of these emulators. They are just mirroring the socket
interface of the host computer to the emulated side.

Peter

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Hi Peter,

When you say the TCP/IP socket interface is mirrored in an emulator, is 
that full range of TCP/IP ports.


This would make life easier for porting over existing Internet software.

The demonstration of the TCP/IP at the QLis30 in Edinburgh, is the 
TCP/IP stack the full implementation?


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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx and TCP/IP stack documentation

2017-03-05 Thread Peter Graf
Dilwyn Jones wrote:
> I've created a new page in the Documents part of my website, dedicated
> to information about the TCP/IP stack included with emulators such as
> QPC2, uQLx, SMSQmulator and QemuLator.

Thank you. Just for clairifcation: There is no TCP/IP stack included
with any of these emulators. They are just mirroring the socket
interface of the host computer to the emulated side.

Peter

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[Ql-Users] uQLx and TCP/IP stack documentation

2017-03-05 Thread Dilwyn Jones
I've created a new page in the Documents part of my website, dedicated to 
information about the TCP/IP stack included with emulators such as QPC2, uQLx, 
SMSQmulator and QemuLator.

Personally, I found it hard to come across the information and examples of how 
to use the facilities from QL BASIC, so after a frustrating few days when I 
just couldn't find the information to get even the most basic example working, 
I decided to do something about it myself.

The documents include Richard Zidlicky and Jonathan Hudson's original pages 
about uQLx (now that Graeme Gregory is pushing ahead with the 2017 update of 
uQLx for Linux/ARM systems I realised the documentation might be welcome) and 
the TCP/IP stack originally implemented on uQLx.

I've included a document of mine showing how to use the TCP/IP stack from BASIC 
to download html pages and read email headers, for example. The document 
includes example BASIC listings.

There are also links to documents and software from Martin Head, including to 
his IPbasic software package designed to simplify and enhance the use of the 
networking facilities, plus a glossary of networking terminology.

I hope this helps generate some interest in the use of the facilities the 
emulator authors worked so hard to bring us, yet so few people seem to have 
used.

http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/docs/uqlx_tcp/index.html 

Dilwyn Jones
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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-22 Thread Graeme Gregory


On Tue, 21 Feb 2017, at 09:29 PM, Derek Stewart wrote:
> On 21/02/17 17:18, Graeme Gregory wrote:
> >
> >
> > On Tue, 21 Feb 2017, at 04:16 PM, Derek Stewart wrote:
> >> On 21/02/17 15:38, Derek Stewart wrote:
> >>> On 21/02/17 15:23, Graeme Gregory wrote:
> 
> 
>  On Tue, 21 Feb 2017, at 03:09 PM, Dilwyn Jones wrote:
> >>> A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017)
> >>> is now
> >>> available.
> >> Great news!
> >>
> >> Is it only me or is the 32-bit binary qm_x86-32 missing in the ZIP
> >> file?
> > Tim? Graeme? Help...
> >
>  Grudammit I did not spot that!
> 
>  I guess Tim will re-issue when he awakens!
> 
>  Graeme
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> >>> Hi Graeme,
> >>>
> >>> I have compiled UQLX 2017 on a Mint 18.1 Linux box, all work great,
> >>> except, I do not get the QDOS or Minerva startup screen asking for F1 or
> >>> F2 in QDOS or F1,F2,F3,F4 in Minerva.
> >>>
> >>> I do not like the red screen that starts up can did this be disabled.
> >>>
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> I have just realised that the UQLX 2017 startup screen is MDV1_BOOT
> >>
> >> But How do I enable the Minerva F1-F4 Prompt, to enable the second?
> >>
> > Comment out AUTO_BOOT from boot.h and rebuild.
> >
> > I left the default as I found it.
> >
> > Graeme
> >
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> Hi Graeme,
> 
> I commented the AUTO_BOOT and the BOOT_SELECT Q_F1 option out and 
> recompiled.
> 
> UQLX booted up the correct Minerva Screen, but when I selected F3 for 
> the Second Screen no cursor in Channel #0. Using F4, no Cursor and a 
> little screen corruption.
> 
> Can the AUTO_BOOT be a command line option or defined in the config file.
> 
Anything is possible, feel free to send a pull request with the patches
:-)

Ill probably not look into it in the short term as I have some other
more major plans.

Graeme
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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-21 Thread Graeme Gregory


On Tue, 21 Feb 2017, at 04:16 PM, Derek Stewart wrote:
> On 21/02/17 15:38, Derek Stewart wrote:
> > On 21/02/17 15:23, Graeme Gregory wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >> On Tue, 21 Feb 2017, at 03:09 PM, Dilwyn Jones wrote:
> > A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017)
> > is now
> > available.
>  Great news!
> 
>  Is it only me or is the 32-bit binary qm_x86-32 missing in the ZIP
>  file?
> >>> Tim? Graeme? Help...
> >>>
> >> Grudammit I did not spot that!
> >>
> >> I guess Tim will re-issue when he awakens!
> >>
> >> Graeme
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> > Hi Graeme,
> >
> > I have compiled UQLX 2017 on a Mint 18.1 Linux box, all work great,
> > except, I do not get the QDOS or Minerva startup screen asking for F1 or
> > F2 in QDOS or F1,F2,F3,F4 in Minerva.
> >
> > I do not like the red screen that starts up can did this be disabled.
> >
> Hi,
> 
> I have just realised that the UQLX 2017 startup screen is MDV1_BOOT
> 
> But How do I enable the Minerva F1-F4 Prompt, to enable the second?
> 
Comment out AUTO_BOOT from boot.h and rebuild.

I left the default as I found it.

Graeme

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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-21 Thread Derek Stewart

On 21/02/17 15:38, Derek Stewart wrote:

On 21/02/17 15:23, Graeme Gregory wrote:



On Tue, 21 Feb 2017, at 03:09 PM, Dilwyn Jones wrote:

A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017)
is now
available.

Great news!

Is it only me or is the 32-bit binary qm_x86-32 missing in the ZIP
file?

Tim? Graeme? Help...


Grudammit I did not spot that!

I guess Tim will re-issue when he awakens!

Graeme
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Hi Graeme,

I have compiled UQLX 2017 on a Mint 18.1 Linux box, all work great,
except, I do not get the QDOS or Minerva startup screen asking for F1 or
F2 in QDOS or F1,F2,F3,F4 in Minerva.

I do not like the red screen that starts up can did this be disabled.


Hi,

I have just realised that the UQLX 2017 startup screen is MDV1_BOOT

But How do I enable the Minerva F1-F4 Prompt, to enable the second?

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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-21 Thread Derek Stewart

On 21/02/17 15:23, Graeme Gregory wrote:



On Tue, 21 Feb 2017, at 03:09 PM, Dilwyn Jones wrote:

A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017) is now
available.

Great news!

Is it only me or is the 32-bit binary qm_x86-32 missing in the ZIP file?

Tim? Graeme? Help...


Grudammit I did not spot that!

I guess Tim will re-issue when he awakens!

Graeme
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Hi Graeme,

I have compiled UQLX 2017 on a Mint 18.1 Linux box, all work great, 
except, I do not get the QDOS or Minerva startup screen asking for F1 or 
F2 in QDOS or F1,F2,F3,F4 in Minerva.


I do not like the red screen that starts up can did this be disabled.

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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-21 Thread Dilwyn Jones

A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017) is now
available.

Great news!

Is it only me or is the 32-bit binary qm_x86-32 missing in the ZIP file?

Tim? Graeme? Help...

Dilwyn
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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-21 Thread Urs Koenig (QL)
Dilwyn wrote:
> A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017) is now
> available.
Great news!

Is it only me or is the 32-bit binary qm_x86-32 missing in the ZIP file?

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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-21 Thread Derek Stewart

On 20/02/17 22:36, Dilwyn Jones wrote:

uQLx 2017

A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017) is now
available.

Graeme Gregory has "brutalised" (as he puts it on github) the sources to
bring them up to date. New binaries are available for 32- and 64-bit x86
systems, as well as ARM (6/7/8). Includes binaries ready to run.
Includes documentation from Timothy Swenson to get you started along
with a small QXL.win file.

The binaries are available to download from the emulators page on my
website http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/emu/index.html#uQLx_for_Linux_etc.

while the sources are available from the Sinclair QL Github at
https://github.com/SinclairQL/uqlx-fork

The sources are available from my website too in case of difficulty, but
I recommend you get them from the github repository to make sure you get
the latest sources.
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Hi,

I have compile uQLx 2017 on a Mint 18.1 LInux box. All seems to compile 
OK, though a few warning... but the emulator run out of the box OK.


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[Ql-Users] uQLx 2017

2017-02-20 Thread Dilwyn Jones

uQLx 2017

A newly revised version of the Linux QL emulator uQLx (uQLx 2017) is now 
available.


Graeme Gregory has "brutalised" (as he puts it on github) the sources to 
bring them up to date. New binaries are available for 32- and 64-bit x86 
systems, as well as ARM (6/7/8). Includes binaries ready to run. Includes 
documentation from Timothy Swenson to get you started along with a small 
QXL.win file.


The binaries are available to download from the emulators page on my website 
http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/emu/index.html#uQLx_for_Linux_etc.


while the sources are available from the Sinclair QL Github at 
https://github.com/SinclairQL/uqlx-fork


The sources are available from my website too in case of difficulty, but I 
recommend you get them from the github repository to make sure you get the 
latest sources. 


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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx on Linux (various HW platforms, various Linux distributions)

2016-06-17 Thread Peter Graf
Wolfgang Lenerz wrote:
>> End of 2013 Peter Graf sent me a work-in-progress version of uQLx with
>> QL_BDI support (uqlx-src-peter-17-11-2013.zip). He stated that this works on
>> his (then) recent Debian 32-bit.
> 
> It doesn't work on my 64 bit linux.

The point might be 32 bit, not so much how recent. In 2013 there were
already the problems with 64 bit for some time.

Urs did you actually use a clean 32 Bit installation?

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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx on Linux (various HW platforms, various Linux distributions)

2016-06-17 Thread Wolfgang Lenerz
Hi,

(...)

>  
> 
> End of 2013 Peter Graf sent me a work-in-progress version of uQLx with
> QL_BDI support (uqlx-src-peter-17-11-2013.zip). He stated that this works on
> his (then) recent Debian 32-bit.
> 

It doesn't work on my 64 bit linux.

> 
> Is it only me or is it true that all the old uQLx distributions plus the two
> above are not able to be installed and run on recent Linux systems (modern
> HW platforms, recent 32-bit or 64-bit Linux distributions). I one says one
> or the other uQLx distribution works could he or she provide an
> understandable and working step-by-step guide.
> 
>  
> 
Same here, they don't work.

Wolfgang

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[Ql-Users] uQLx on Linux (various HW platforms, various Linux distributions)

2016-06-17 Thread Urs Koenig (QL)
Hi QLers,

the only three Linux machines I own are my NAS, a SubNotebook and my
Raspberry Pi. While the NAS has its job to do, the SubNotebook gets dust on
a shelf, the Raspi gets at least fired up whenever I want to test a new
version of QL/E.

At work the situation is completely different, at least at the moment. We
are ramping up some new point-of-sales computers (3 series with the
following platforms: BayTrail, Haswell, Skylake) and are making sure the
retail applications work smoothly under both Windows and Linux. While the
Windows world is easy for me, Linux is still a bit of a mystery. Don't get
me wrong, installing a Linux distribution is most of the time trouble-free,
installing professional packages such as Java or device drivers for receipt
printers, barcode scanners, etc. is also easy and works most of the time. My
personal Unix/Linux know-how is somehow limited, but I'm save on the
desktops and with graphical dialogs plus I know some basic shell commands
and the purpose of some folders.

Installing and running SMSQmulator under Linux is trouble-free, I just unzip
the QL/E distribution and start it using the shell command "java -jar
entire_path_to_jar_file".

But even I wrote the step-by-step installation guide for uQLx ARM for the
Raspberry Pi, I constantly fail to install and run uQLx on Intel based Linux
systems. IIRC the last time I succeeded was about 12 years ago at a Swiss QL
workshop where Jon Dent and Markus Dettwiler were giving me a helping hand.

A year ago John was wrote to me:

> Have you seen  
https://github.com/slimlogic/uqlx-fork

> This has a version of uQLx that now works on native 64bit Linux boxes 

> without seg faulting when trying to modify files.

> You could previously run uQLx on a 64bit Linux only if you had the 

> 32bit i386 architecture packages.

 

End of 2013 Peter Graf sent me a work-in-progress version of uQLx with
QL_BDI support (uqlx-src-peter-17-11-2013.zip). He stated that this works on
his (then) recent Debian 32-bit.

 

Is it only me or is it true that all the old uQLx distributions plus the two
above are not able to be installed and run on recent Linux systems (modern
HW platforms, recent 32-bit or 64-bit Linux distributions). I one says one
or the other uQLx distribution works could he or she provide an
understandable and working step-by-step guide.

 

Urs

 

QL forever!

http://www.sinclairql.net/

 

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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx

2011-08-30 Thread Computer Research Centrum, Ltd

in QDisk.c for the lines (around line 295) containing 'WA', 'A5'  'B5' 
as part of a switch statement.  If your processor is a big endian one, 
the code should work; however, if it is little endian (like the x86 
processors), then the tests will definitely fail - changing them to 
'AW', '5A' and '5B' should fix the working, but not the warnings.

ARM is, is far as I know, bi-endian.
Very complicated.
   J.D.
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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLx

2011-08-30 Thread Marcel Kilgus
Computer Research Centrum, Ltd wrote:
in QDisk.c for the lines (around line 295) containing 'WA', 'A5'  'B5'
as part of a switch statement.  If your processor is a big endian one, 
the code should work; however, if it is little endian (like the x86 
processors), then the tests will definitely fail - changing them to 
'AW', '5A' and '5B' should fix the working, but not the warnings.

No, the code is correct and does work (would be somewhat silly if a
central piece like this didn't work on PCs, the platform most people
use for uQLx). Check the RW macro definiton.

Marcel

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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLX -- latest source?

2011-02-25 Thread vince
I have some slightly modified code, and have included my working notes 
below, a few tips though, use a version 3.x of the gcc compiler thats the only 
way i get non segfaulting binaries, before u compile export/setenv (depending 
on your shell) CC=gcc-3.x.x -m32, most versions of linux i know still 
support some version of the 3.x compiler. The -m32 flag is also a must I 
cannot get a stable 64bit binary. My compiled qm, qltools and qxltool all work 
perfectly compiled as 32bit binaries under my gcc3.3.6 on my Mandriva 2010.2 
64bit OS. I included a tarball of the source i use but it was too big for the 
QL mailing list, can send it direct to your email if u like, otherwise if u 
know where i can upload it i can do that :)

Vince Pisciotta

WORKING NOTES:
PROGRESS 20110225
===
modified 20080104 source tree;
changes to Makefile to use $(CC) consistently, change IMPL destination to 
$(HOME)/uqlx/binaries
unixstuff.c: commented out line 1504://  if (V4)   V4 not defined line 
removed vpisciot 20110212
change to scripts in general to force 32bit compile on 64 bit architecture
as this was found to be more reliable
removed -fgcse-after-reload switch from XOPTS= line as it caused problems 
with 32bit compile
force make scripts to look for version 3.x of gcc compile, still can't get it 
to work under 4.4.x variants
python gui for launching uQLx + building a complete .uqlxrc config file
===
x.c line 590  
  rram = (RTOP - 131072)/1024;
  sprintf(win_name,QL - %s, %dK,QMD.sysrom,rram);
version.c changes
   char *release=2010-02-25;
   char *uqlx_version=0.81;
unixstuff.s line 880 commented out, //char *uqlx_version=0.00; **do this in 
version.c

On Fri, 25 Feb 2011 09:09:58 Tobias Fröschle wrote:
 Am Donnerstag, den 24.02.2011, 13:21 -0600 schrieb Mark Martin:
  Does anyone have any patched source more recent than the publicly
  available source for uQLX at sourceforge?  I've pulled that down and
  built for x64 ubuntu with GCC 4.  I've fixed some trivial compilation
  issues as I went, but haven't spent more than 1 hour doing this --
  ending up with a non-working build (SEGFAULT partway after startup).
  Has anyone done any recent compilation of uQLX?
  
  Ultimately, I'd like to prepare debian packages for x86, x64, and ARM
  distributions.
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 Mark,
 try here if your spanish (or babelfish) is good enough:
 http://www.speccy.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=15t=720
 The uqlx version I use (binary only) comes from the link in this thread
 and works perfectly on a recent Ubuntu.
 
 Cheers,
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[Ql-Users] uQLX -- latest source?

2011-02-24 Thread Mark Martin
Does anyone have any patched source more recent than the publicly
available source for uQLX at sourceforge?  I've pulled that down and
built for x64 ubuntu with GCC 4.  I've fixed some trivial compilation
issues as I went, but haven't spent more than 1 hour doing this --
ending up with a non-working build (SEGFAULT partway after startup).
Has anyone done any recent compilation of uQLX?

Ultimately, I'd like to prepare debian packages for x86, x64, and ARM
distributions.
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Re: [Ql-Users] uQLX -- latest source?

2011-02-24 Thread Tobias Fröschle
Am Donnerstag, den 24.02.2011, 13:21 -0600 schrieb Mark Martin:
 Does anyone have any patched source more recent than the publicly
 available source for uQLX at sourceforge?  I've pulled that down and
 built for x64 ubuntu with GCC 4.  I've fixed some trivial compilation
 issues as I went, but haven't spent more than 1 hour doing this --
 ending up with a non-working build (SEGFAULT partway after startup).
 Has anyone done any recent compilation of uQLX?
 
 Ultimately, I'd like to prepare debian packages for x86, x64, and ARM
 distributions.
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Mark,
try here if your spanish (or babelfish) is good enough:
http://www.speccy.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=15t=720
The uqlx version I use (binary only) comes from the link in this thread
and works perfectly on a recent Ubuntu. 

Cheers,
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Re: [Ql-Users] UQLX On A Stick

2011-02-13 Thread John Sadler
It should be possible to install a version of Linux with UQLX on an USB stick  
so it either starts up with an icon so UQLX starts in Minerva with a 
reasonable size screen or boots up directly in that form.

For ease of use the TK2 toolkit should be patched so that you can Lrespr at 
any time.

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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-06 Thread Norman Dunbar
Evening Phoebus,

 The proper solution for uQLx is for the graphics parts to be abstracted
 and maybe use SDL or something along the same lines, something that will
 enable native compilation under Windoze, MacOS etc.
That would most likely be QT - in my opinion of course, other opinions
are available - but may be wrong! ;-)

http://www.qtsoftware.com
is the place to go for a free development system that works (natively)
on Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix.


Cheers,
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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-06 Thread Phoebus R. Dokos
Norman Dunbar wrote:
 Evening Phoebus,

   
Hi Norman,
QT would be a good choice for the higher level as would GTK (Qt though
just got stable bindings for mono... therefore I vote GTK -for the time
being-). Of course porting the graphics part is the least of one's
worries when porting to Windoze:-P )

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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-05 Thread Malcolm Cadman
In message b10445d8807f407c95cb6b6b8f2b1...@donna, Dilwyn Jones 
dil...@evans1511.fsnet.co.uk writes


I did get an earlier version running once, of uQLx-Win32, on a WIN98 
machine, with the help of Phoebus at that time.


I think this is the point - without help it can't be got running if you 
don't know about Cygwin environment.


As only 6 files are needed, surely it would make more sense to just 
provide these? Probably not strictly legal packaging up 6 files from 
the package I guess but what fool is going to download hundreds of 
megabytes just to get 6 files to get a single emulator running?


Indeed, you just need a tailor made version ...

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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-05 Thread P Witte
Id be interested in such a package. Had a go with Cygwin/uQLx some 
time ago but had only limited success. Getting rid of the debris was a 
pain, iirc.


Per

Dilwyn Jones wrote:


I did get an earlier version running once, of uQLx-Win32, on a WIN98 
machine, with the help of Phoebus at that time.
I think this is the point - without help it can't be got running if you 
don't know about Cygwin environment.


As only 6 files are needed, surely it would make more sense to just 
provide these? Probably not strictly legal packaging up 6 files from the 
package I guess but what fool is going to download hundreds of megabytes 
just to get 6 files to get a single emulator running?



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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-05 Thread Phoebus R. Dokos
Malcolm Cadman wrote:

The problem is that making a runtime version of cygwin is not entirely
straightforward as it used to be in the old days :-(
I am sure that If I sat down, I could probably find the way, but to be
honest with you I didn't have enough time as it were and didn't want to
mess with it.
As for the cygz11xxx.dll file, I will have to look at it. It seems to me
at first glance as a typo somewhere (X is close to Z on the keyboard)
but then again I could be wrong...
(That's not so uncommon you know ;-)

There is a live cd version of cygwin (I think from the University of
Indiana RACS) and that should work without any installation.

The proper solution for uQLx is for the graphics parts to be abstracted
and maybe use SDL or something along the same lines, something that will
enable native compilation under Windoze, MacOS etc.
With the newest sources from Richard it should be worth a try otherwise
it would be reinventing the wheel people. A fork of uQLx would be really
tough to maintain, plus sending upstream and reincorporating in the code
all the modifications that would be required, would make Richard's job
tougher I'd think...

Anyway,

I will try this weekend to make a step-by-step tutorial

Cheers,


Phoebus

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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-04 Thread Norman Dunbar
Evening Dilwyn,

 You'll need the Cygwin distribution to provide the Linux-like
 environment: www.cygwin.com
 Be careful, it can be a huge download of 50MB with 6,478 files to
 install as I found to my cost...oh to know what I'm doing with Linux
 and Cygwin :-((
Downloading everything by the sound of it!

 ...
 Go on, give it a go, then you can tell me what I'm doing wrong...
 ...
 Back to the drawing board I think...Only 36,195 files to uninstall!
Ok, Cygwin as far as I remember gives you the opportunity to do a
download only and to save the files in a given location. That is the
best option. It doesn't install anything.

I'm assuming you have downloaded everything under the sun as you have so
many files to delete (simply go into the C drive and delete (shift
delete) the cygwin directory - that's about the easiest way to delete it.)

You should have only selected the stuff you need but that's half the
problem. Unless the UQLX files mention the bits of Cygwin that you need
- how do you know?

Off the top of my head, you probably need the C and/or C++ development 
runtime files plus the base system and all of X (or XORG these days?).

You need the development stuff to compile UQLX and the X/XORG files to
run it in a graphical environment.

Sorry I'm unable to help any further - I'm 100% Linux!

Cheers,
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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-04 Thread Malcolm Cadman
In message d6609aeacc9642b48c793ec40e6d2...@donna, Dilwyn Jones 
dil...@evans1511.fsnet.co.uk writes


Hi Dilwyn,

I did get an earlier version running once, of uQLx-Win32, on a WIN98 
machine, with the help of Phoebus at that time.


These days this would be a good candidate for being put onto a CD ROM or 
a Memory Stick, if the Cygwin is able to be distributed on other media.


Because, as you say, there is a lot that has to go with it.

Editing the Boot file set up though should be no particular problem for 
a QL User.



I've put the latest version of uQLx for 32-bit Windows from Phoebus 
Dokos onto my website.


You'll need the Cygwin distribution to provide the Linux-like 
environment: www.cygwin.com
Be careful, it can be a huge download of 50MB with 6,478 files to 
install as I found to my cost...oh to know what I'm doing with Linux 
and Cygwin :-((


I never could get the previous versions of uQLx-Win32 working, and I 
can't get this one running either unless someone is kind enough to 
write a step by step guide for people like me with no knowledge of 
Linux (keeps complaining of missing .dll files).


Anyway, it's there for those brave enough to have a go, at 
http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/emu/index.html - you can download either a 
conventional zipped version or a smaller 7-zip version for people who 
use the free 7-zip utility.


Go on, give it a go, then you can tell me what I'm doing wrong...


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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-04 Thread Norman Dunbar
Norman Dunbar wrote:
 Ok, Cygwin as far as I remember gives you the opportunity to do a
 download only and to save the files in a given location. That is the
 best option. It doesn't install anything.

Ok, I'll try again!

Once downloaded, yo can then run the installer again and tell it (but it
should know) to do an install from a local repository. This way, if it
messes up, you simply uninstall and then run the installer again. You
don't need to be connected to the internet and if you are still on a
dial-up link, it doesn't have to download everything again.

That's how I used to do it years ago. I'd try it out at work and confirm
all this, but our system is well tied down and we can't even connect to
Cygwin these days - anything that hasn't been approved is unreachable.

Cheers,
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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-04 Thread Dilwyn Jones

You'll need the Cygwin distribution to provide the Linux-like
environment: www.cygwin.com
Be careful, it can be a huge download of 50MB with 6,478 files to
install as I found to my cost...oh to know what I'm doing with Linux
and Cygwin :-((

Downloading everything by the sound of it!


...
Go on, give it a go, then you can tell me what I'm doing wrong...
...

Back to the drawing board I think...Only 36,195 files to uninstall!

Ok, Cygwin as far as I remember gives you the opportunity to do a
download only and to save the files in a given location. That is the
best option. It doesn't install anything.
It creates a multitude of entries in the START menu, which the installer 
doesn't uninstall.


The Uninstaller leave about 1,900 files on your system.

Do a full download (which I managed to do by mistake overnight - clicking on 
'Default' 'Install' 'Reinstall' and 'Uninstall' in the installer is so 
sluggish it's gone many times round each option) it installed the whole lot 
overnight instead of uninstalling it (OK, my fault, I should have 
checked...).


Bit of an eye opener realising it installed 3.31 GB of files, including 
182,779 separate files (I promise I am not exagerating...). More to the 
point, Phoebus lists 6 essential files. Only 5 of these were in the COMPLETE 
installation, cygZ11-6.dll is not there and googling this file finds it come 
up time and time again as a problem, but interestingly nobody ever mentions 
a solution, they just tell you to reinstall.


I'm wondering if cygz11-6.dll is in a developer version or in in an archived 
file which has to be user-expanded after download or something?


Actually, the mailing list archive shows a message from Stephen Meech on 
this list back in 2004 with this exact problem. If Stephen is still on the 
list, can you let me know how you resolved the problem? It looks like it 
won't be possible to use Win-UQLX until this issue is resolved...or somebody 
can tell me where I went wrong. Actually, very interestingly, after 
realising I'd accidentally downloaded the whole lot I had a go at starting a 
cygwin bash shell and oops it failed with a message about a missing font. 
Dear oh dear oh dear...




I'm assuming you have downloaded everything under the sun as you have so
many files to delete (simply go into the C drive and delete (shift
delete) the cygwin directory - that's about the easiest way to delete it.)
I tried the official uninstall until I realised that it had left about 1900 
files on the hard disk. Then shift-delete got rid of the rest.



You should have only selected the stuff you need but that's half the
problem. Unless the UQLX files mention the bits of Cygwin that you need
- how do you know?

Just base and x-org (or x11).


Off the top of my head, you probably need the C and/or C++ development 
runtime files plus the base system and all of X (or XORG these days?).

You need the development stuff to compile UQLX and the X/XORG files to
run it in a graphical environment.

Didn't want to recompile it...just wanted to run the thing!

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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-04 Thread Stephen

On 04/05/2009 17:29, Dilwyn Jones wrote:
I'm wondering if cygz11-6.dll is in a developer version or in in an 
archived file which has to be user-expanded after download or something?


Actually, the mailing list archive shows a message from Stephen Meech on 
this list back in 2004 with this exact problem. If Stephen is still on 
the list, can you let me know how you resolved the problem? It looks 
like it won't be possible to use Win-UQLX until this issue is 
resolved...or somebody can tell me where I went wrong.


Nope, sorry, never did.

In fact if you look back two months I posted messages when I tried 
again, within Linux itself and failed with even more difficult problems. 
 Looks like my only choice now is to try running a Windows based 
emulator within Wine.


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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-04 Thread Dilwyn Jones
I'm wondering if cygz11-6.dll is in a developer version or in in an 
archived file which has to be user-expanded after download or something?


Actually, the mailing list archive shows a message from Stephen Meech on 
this list back in 2004 with this exact problem. If Stephen is still on 
the list, can you let me know how you resolved the problem? It looks like 
it won't be possible to use Win-UQLX until this issue is resolved...or 
somebody can tell me where I went wrong.


Nope, sorry, never did.

In fact if you look back two months I posted messages when I tried again, 
within Linux itself and failed with even more difficult problems. Looks 
like my only choice now is to try running a Windows based emulator within 
Wine.

I only went by what google threw up when I searched for cygz11-6.dll

The closest I got was to install the whole lot of Cygwin. All 3GB of it, 
about 182,000 files.


Using that (I thought I may as well use it as I'd only got it by making a 
mistake with the installer) I got as far as getting a uQLx-win startup for a 
couple of seconds before it just vanished.


At that point I gave up. And spent ages uninstalling the whole lot. So much 
for uninstall, it left nearly 2,000 files and didn't remove entries from the 
start menu.


I think I'll stick to QPC2...At least Marcel made Windows easy for us ;-)

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[Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-03 Thread Phoebus R. Dokos
Hi all,
just dropping a line to say that I found some time to fiddle with
uQLx-win32 and although I did not manage to recompile it with the newest
cygwin, I was however perfectly able to boot it properly (again TCP/IP
is not working but I guess after Richard releases the newest version of
the sources it should).

Anyway, in order to properly run it, you should disregard all the cygwin
files that are contained within the archive that is in circulation
(Dilwyn has that too I think). Install cygwin (all you need is base +
X.Org) -
Start a proper bash shell and give startx.
Now go to your winuqlx directory and after you remove all the XWin
references from the uQLx.bat batch file you will only be left with :

SET DISPLAY=127.0.0.1:0.0
start qm.exe -f .uqlxrc

Save it, run it and there you have it a window will appear within your
X-Windows session with uQLx running Minerva (if you have the standard
distribution)

Cheers,


Phoebus

P.S. Attached is a nice screenshot (kinda big I know but I am sick and
can't/don't feel like making it smaller) :-)

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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-03 Thread Dilwyn Jones
I've put the latest version of uQLx for 32-bit Windows from Phoebus Dokos 
onto my website.


You'll need the Cygwin distribution to provide the Linux-like environment: 
www.cygwin.com
Be careful, it can be a huge download of 50MB with 6,478 files to install as 
I found to my cost...oh to know what I'm doing with Linux and Cygwin  :-((


I never could get the previous versions of uQLx-Win32 working, and I can't 
get this one running either unless someone is kind enough to write a step by 
step guide for people like me with no knowledge of Linux (keeps complaining 
of missing .dll files).


Anyway, it's there for those brave enough to have a go, at 
http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/emu/index.html - you can download either a 
conventional zipped version or a smaller 7-zip version for people who use 
the free 7-zip utility.


Go on, give it a go, then you can tell me what I'm doing wrong...

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- Original Message - 
From: Phoebus R. Dokos ql@dokos-gr.net

To: ql-us...@q-v-d.com
Sent: Sunday, May 03, 2009 2:02 PM
Subject: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32




Hi all,
just dropping a line to say that I found some time to fiddle with
uQLx-win32 and although I did not manage to recompile it with the newest
cygwin, I was however perfectly able to boot it properly (again TCP/IP
is not working but I guess after Richard releases the newest version of
the sources it should).

Anyway, in order to properly run it, you should disregard all the cygwin
files that are contained within the archive that is in circulation
(Dilwyn has that too I think). Install cygwin (all you need is base +
X.Org) -
Start a proper bash shell and give startx.
Now go to your winuqlx directory and after you remove all the XWin
references from the uQLx.bat batch file you will only be left with :

SET DISPLAY=127.0.0.1:0.0
start qm.exe -f .uqlxrc

Save it, run it and there you have it a window will appear within your
X-Windows session with uQLx running Minerva (if you have the standard
distribution)

Cheers,


Phoebus

P.S. Attached is a nice screenshot (kinda big I know but I am sick and
can't/don't feel like making it smaller) :-)

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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx-win32

2009-05-03 Thread Dilwyn Jones
I've put the latest version of uQLx for 32-bit Windows from Phoebus Dokos 
onto my website.


You'll need the Cygwin distribution to provide the Linux-like environment: 
www.cygwin.com
Be careful, it can be a huge download of 50MB with 6,478 files to install 
as I found to my cost...oh to know what I'm doing with Linux and Cygwin 
:-((


I never could get the previous versions of uQLx-Win32 working, and I can't 
get this one running either unless someone is kind enough to write a step 
by step guide for people like me with no knowledge of Linux (keeps 
complaining of missing .dll files).


Anyway, it's there for those brave enough to have a go, at 
http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/emu/index.html - you can download either a 
conventional zipped version or a smaller 7-zip version for people who use 
the free 7-zip utility.


Go on, give it a go, then you can tell me what I'm doing wrong...

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Should have said that if (unlike me) you alter the references in the Cygwin
installer to 'install' from 'default' to make sure you get the right bits 
of

cygwin (ain't these installers wonderful!) you end up with around 512MB of
files, with 36,201 files. Of those, you only need a minimal subset of 6
files...except cygz11-6.dll (listed as a requirement in the uqlx readme 
file

for Windows) is not one of them!

Back to the drawing board I think...Only 36,195 files to uninstall!

I've got as far as getting it to announce it's starting uQLx but at that
point it just vanishes.

I think it's because it expects cygz11-6.dll and the distro provides
cygx11-6.dll

So at that point I'm now stuck...until someone shows me where I'm going
wrong! (e.g. I ought to have downloaded the Beta version mentioned on the 
website but I don't want to risk downloading another 36,000 files!)


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[Ql-Users] uqlX for mac

2008-07-24 Thread Jerome Vernet

Hi,

I didn't suceed to make it work on my PPC iBook. But work on Intel Mac. 
If anyone have any interest to it, I can send you my XCode Project.


Just ask ;)

Jerome
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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx for mac

2008-07-16 Thread Michael Grunditz
Hello

That's great ! Do you want to share the source ?

/Michael Grunditz

2008/7/14, Jerome Vernet [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Hi,

 Just to say that i was able to build, from the latest sources, a uqlx
 version that seems to run on my MacBook under 10.5.
 I have the QL screen, I can type 10 PRINT HELLO, save and load it.
 But I wasn't able to run any software with lrun.

 I do not have to change things in the sources, except some define. I
 made an XCode Project. Is there any update to the sources ?


 Jerome


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Re: [Ql-Users] uqlx for mac

2008-07-16 Thread Jerome Vernet

Michael Grunditz a écrit :

Hello

That's great ! Do you want to share the source ?
  
Yes, I will make a tar for it and put it somewhere. Tested only on an 
Intel Macbook under 10.5


Jerome

/Michael Grunditz

2008/7/14, Jerome Vernet [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  

Hi,

Just to say that i was able to build, from the latest sources, a uqlx
version that seems to run on my MacBook under 10.5.
I have the QL screen, I can type 10 PRINT HELLO, save and load it.
But I wasn't able to run any software with lrun.

I do not have to change things in the sources, except some define. I
made an XCode Project. Is there any update to the sources ?


Jerome


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[Ql-Users] uqlx for mac

2008-07-14 Thread Jerome Vernet

Hi,

Just to say that i was able to build, from the latest sources, a uqlx 
version that seems to run on my MacBook under 10.5.

I have the QL screen, I can type 10 PRINT HELLO, save and load it.
But I wasn't able to run any software with lrun.

I do not have to change things in the sources, except some define. I 
made an XCode Project. Is there any update to the sources ?



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[Ql-Users] uQLx Mac

2008-04-06 Thread Dilwyn Jones
Does anyone have a current email address for either Phoebus Dokos or 
James Weatherley - I have a query from someone who is looking to 
update the Mac version of uQLx if he can possibly get hold of the 
sources. We have the emulator itself, but the current version only 
seems to work on one particular version of Mac OS.

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-25 Thread Jeremy Taffel
Works fine on Mandriva LE2005. The version I installed from scratch 
(after much trouble and reinstalling the old c compiler from mandrake 
8.2) needs X to work with 16 bits to get the right colours. This version 
worked fine with X set to 24/32 bit colour.

Jeremy

Kjartan Geble Olsen wrote:
 Seg fault on suse 10.0

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 On Sun, 19 Mar 2006 10:19:02 +0100, Fabrizio Diversi [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
 wrote:

   
 I have uploaded pre-compiled UQLX zip files on my web site  
 www.bixio60.org
 one for 386 Linux and one for Q60 Shoestring Linux.

 Let me know if it works .

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-22 Thread Omar Valenti
Knoppix 4 : segmentation fault

Ciao Omar
 I have uploaded pre-compiled UQLX zip files on my web site www.bixio60.org 
 one for 386 Linux and one for Q60 Shoestring Linux.

 Let me know if it works .

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-22 Thread Marcel Kilgus
Wolfgang Lenerz wrote:
 Why don't we all lobby MArcel so that he makes a version od QPC
 under Linux. That's all I'm waiting for to make the switch.

For the whole 10 people who want this, 3 if which are prepared to pay
for it? Sure, I'm right on it ;-)

Wine is getting better by the day, I'd say I just wait some more and
have Linux compatibility for free ;-)

Besides, one can see what happens on Linux. Many people don't seem to
be able to get uQLx to run, neither in source code nor in binary form!
Windows as a platform is bad enough as it is, I'm not longing for
another quagmire ;-)

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[ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-21 Thread David McCann
I tried Fabrizio Diversi's compiled version (thanks for making it
available, Fabrizio) of UQLX, but still no luck. Attempting to run qm
just gave the error message segmentation fault. It looks as if I shall
have to get Wine and try QEmulator.
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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-21 Thread Wolfgang Lenerz
On 21 Mar 2006 at 16:31, David McCann wrote:

 I tried Fabrizio Diversi's compiled version (thanks for making it
 available, Fabrizio) of UQLX, but still no luck. Attempting to run qm
 just gave the error message segmentation fault. It looks as if I shall
 have to get Wine and try QEmulator.


Why don't we all lobby MArcel so that he makes a version od QPC under Linux.
That's all I'm waiting for to make the switch.

(Sorry Marcel, I just thought you don't have enough to do right now)

grin

Wolfgang



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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-20 Thread John Sadler
Suse 8.0 gave

[EMAIL PROTECTED] bin]$ man gcc
gcc is gcc-2.96
uqlx/qm: /lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.3' not found (required by uqlx/qm)

However your source compiled and ran!

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To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 9:19 AM
Subject: [ql-users] UQLX


 I have uploaded pre-compiled UQLX zip files on my web site www.bixio60.org
 one for 386 Linux and one for Q60 Shoestring Linux.

 Let me know if it works .

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[ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-19 Thread Fabrizio Diversi
I have uploaded pre-compiled UQLX zip files on my web site www.bixio60.org 
one for 386 Linux and one for Q60 Shoestring Linux.

Let me know if it works .

Ciao

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-19 Thread Kjartan Geble Olsen
Seg fault on suse 10.0

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On Sun, 19 Mar 2006 10:19:02 +0100, Fabrizio Diversi [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

 I have uploaded pre-compiled UQLX zip files on my web site  
 www.bixio60.org
 one for 386 Linux and one for Q60 Shoestring Linux.

 Let me know if it works .

 Ciao

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-13 Thread Kjartan Geble Olsen
On Mon, 13 Mar 2006 02:22:00 +0100, Marcel Kilgus  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Kjartan Geble Olsen wrote:
 That produced a number of similar error messages, after removing 'regp1'
  from the reported lines it will compile but not run:

 Tried issuing make clean before make config and make?

 Marcel

Yes.

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-12 Thread Kjartan Geble Olsen
On Sun, 12 Mar 2006 03:30:40 +0100, Marcel Kilgus  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Jeremy Taffel wrote:
 I didn't have any problems until I switched from distributions using
 Xfree86 to more recent ones that use Xorg.

 Version 10/22/02 seems to compile and work out of the box on my Gentoo
 system (gcc 3.3.6, Xorg X11 6.8.2).

 Marcel

This is the error message I always get with gcc3.0:

QL_files.c:1005: error: conflicting types for `WriteMdvControl'
QL68000.h:430: error: previous declaration of `WriteMdvControl'
make: *** [QL_files.o] Error 1

This is on Suse 9.3/10.0, gcc 3.3.5/4.0.1, Xorg 6.8.2, uqlx 22/10/02

Getting this to work is beyond my limited 'c' skills..

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-12 Thread Marcel Kilgus
Kjartan Geble Olsen wrote:
 QL_files.c:1005: error: conflicting types for `WriteMdvControl'
 QL68000.h:430: error: previous declaration of `WriteMdvControl'
 make: *** [QL_files.o] Error 1

Strange. Perhaps try removing REGP1 in line 430 of QL68000.h

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-12 Thread Kjartan Geble Olsen
On Sun, 12 Mar 2006 13:17:59 +0100, Marcel Kilgus  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Kjartan Geble Olsen wrote:
 QL_files.c:1005: error: conflicting types for `WriteMdvControl'
 QL68000.h:430: error: previous declaration of `WriteMdvControl'
 make: *** [QL_files.o] Error 1

 Strange. Perhaps try removing REGP1 in line 430 of QL68000.h

 Marcel

That produced a number of similar error messages, after removing 'regp1'
 from the reported lines it will compile but not run:

*** QL Emulator v0.00 ***
release 10/22/02  16:10:00

allocation failed, QDOS error 24
unexpected segfault, faultaddr 40003e, QL-REL 40003e
Terminate on signal 11
This may be due to an internal error, gcc-2.96 bug,
a feature not emulated or an 68000 exception
that typically occurs only when QDOS is unrecoverably
out of control
FATAL error, PC may not be displayed correctly
DebugInfo: PC=c6, code=2fae, SupervisorMode: no USP=38 SSp=2831a  
A7=38
Register Dump:   Dn An
0 7e   0
1  04bbd
2 48 a40
3 54c000
4  0 911
5  0 194
6  0  3ff468
7  0  38

:-(

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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-12 Thread Marcel Kilgus
Kjartan Geble Olsen wrote:
 That produced a number of similar error messages, after removing 'regp1'
  from the reported lines it will compile but not run:

Tried issuing make clean before make config and make?

Marcel

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[ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-10 Thread David McCann
I've just tried to compile UQLX  using gcc version 3.4.2 under Fedora 3.
The only result was was a 90KB error log! I know there are people out
there using UQLX, so what am I doing wrong? I tried to email the author,
but the address on the web site no longer exists.
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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-10 Thread Fabrizio Diversi
I compiled it under Slackware 10.1 and gcc 3.3.4 without any problem.
I am not sure that I have the standard distribution of uqlx, if I remember 
well Richard sent me an updated one some time ago.
If you want I can send you the qm bin file by mail.

Btw if you post the same message in ql-developers I am sure that you will 
have an answer .

Ciao

Fabrizio

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Subject: [ql-users] UQLX


 I've just tried to compile UQLX  using gcc version 3.4.2 under Fedora 3.
 The only result was was a 90KB error log! I know there are people out
 there using UQLX, so what am I doing wrong? I tried to email the author,
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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-10 Thread Kjartan Geble Olsen
I've never been able to build uqlx with gcc3.0

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On Fri, 10 Mar 2006 18:49:29 +0100, David McCann  
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 I've just tried to compile UQLX  using gcc version 3.4.2 under Fedora 3.
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 there using UQLX, so what am I doing wrong? I tried to email the author,
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Re: [ql-users] UQLX

2006-03-10 Thread Φοίβος Ρ. Ντόκος
Την Fri, 10 Mar 2006 19:51:21 -0500,ο(η) Jeremy Taffel  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] έγραψε:

 Kjartan Geble Olsen wrote:
 I've never been able to build uqlx with gcc3.0

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 On Fri, 10 Mar 2006 18:49:29 +0100, David McCann
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 I've just tried to compile UQLX  using gcc version 3.4.2 under Fedora  
 3.
 The only result was was a 90KB error log! I know there are people out
 there using UQLX, so what am I doing wrong? I tried to email the  
 author,
 but the address on the web site no longer exists.
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 I didn't have any problems until I switched from distributions using
 Xfree86 to more recent ones that use Xorg.


I had the same problems, however I did manage to fix them (together with  
compilation in post 4.x FreeBSD). I will have to dig up my makefile and  
see what I did

Cheers,

Phoebus

P.S. It still won't compile under Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. I will give it ago  
when my new Mini arrives sometime next week under the Intel chip as well
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Re: [ql-users] uqlx for mac

2005-10-09 Thread Φοίβος Ρ. Ντόκος
Την Thu, 06 Oct 2005 15:38:29 -0400,ο(η) Malcolm Cadman  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] έγραψε:


In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Michael  
Grunditz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes



Hi

I am trying to get uqlx for macos x to work but all I get is: Bus error
I have X started and it is running on 10.4.


No doubt Phoebus will pop up with an answer ...



Cannot :-) I did not do the port myself, James Weatherly did. I will  
contact him and ask him :-)


BTW: I am back from Greece. I have a humongous backlog of emails etc, so  
if I owe anyone an answer etc, please email me again, so I can reply  
faster :-)


Ffibys


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Re: [ql-users] uqlx for mac

2005-10-09 Thread Malcolm Cadman
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], 
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Ôçí Thu, 06 Oct 2005 15:38:29 -0400,ï(ç) Malcolm Cadman 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Ýãñáøå:


In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Michael 
Grunditz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes



Hi

I am trying to get uqlx for macos x to work but all I get is: Bus error
I have X started and it is running on 10.4.


No doubt Phoebus will pop up with an answer ...



Cannot :-) I did not do the port myself, James Weatherly did. I will 
contact him and ask him :-)


Well ... at least you popped up ... so the answer to the query may be 
out there ...


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Re: [ql-users] uqlx for mac

2005-10-06 Thread Malcolm Cadman
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Michael 
Grunditz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes



Hi

I am trying to get uqlx for macos x to work but all I get is: Bus error
I have X started and it is running on 10.4.


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[ql-users] uqlx for mac

2005-10-05 Thread Michael Grunditz
Hi

I am trying to get uqlx for macos x to work but all I get is: Bus error
I have X started and it is running on 10.4.

/Michael Grunditz
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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-11 Thread Tony Firshman
On  Thu, 10 Mar 2005 at 17:43:08, Michael Grunditz wrote:
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It is a shame that one can not do apt get install uqlx in debian.
Well
apt-get, but I know what you mean.

That is a superb utility isn't it.
How can one apt-cache search for 'ql'?  Is there a 'whole word'
option?

... not that it will find anything of course (8-)#

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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-11 Thread jms1

- Original Message -
From: Phoebus R. Dokos ( . ) [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2005 5:54 PM
Subject: Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?


 On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 17:23:20 +0100, wolfgang mhlegger [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:

  sinclairql schrieb:
  There is any .DEB or .RPM package of the uQLx emmulator?
   regards
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  here: http://phpr.tripod.com/index-ql.html#top
  you cand find this: http://phpr.tripod.com/uqlx.i386.rpm

 This is a rather deprecated version... You will need to recompile

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[ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread sinclairql
There is any .DEB or .RPM package of the uQLx emmulator?
regards
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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread wolfgang mhlegger
sinclairql schrieb:
There is any .DEB or .RPM package of the uQLx emmulator?
regards
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here: http://phpr.tripod.com/index-ql.html#top
you cand find this: http://phpr.tripod.com/uqlx.i386.rpm
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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread sinclairql
wolfgang mühlegger escribió:
here: http://phpr.tripod.com/index-ql.html#top
you cand find this: http://phpr.tripod.com/uqlx.i386.rpm
wolfgang
Thank you very much Wolfgang
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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread Michael Grunditz
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wolfgang mühlegger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 sinclairql schrieb:
  There is any .DEB or .RPM package of the uQLx emmulator?
  
  regards
  
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 you cand find this: http://phpr.tripod.com/uqlx.i386.rpm
 
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It is a shame that one can not do apt get install uqlx in debian.

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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread Dave P


On Thu, 10 Mar 2005, Michael Grunditz wrote:

 It is a shame that one can not do apt get install uqlx in debian.

Or get a .pkg for OS X ;)

(Now, y'know, the mac mini, sprayed black, booting into uQLx...)

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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread sinclairql
Michael Grunditz escribió:
http://www.q-v-d.demon.co.uk/smsqe.htm
   

It is a shame that one can not do apt get install uqlx in debian.
 

Something like that would be very interesting...
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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread Phoebus R. Dokos
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 17:23:20 +0100, wolfgang mhlegger [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

sinclairql schrieb:
There is any .DEB or .RPM package of the uQLx emmulator?
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you cand find this: http://phpr.tripod.com/uqlx.i386.rpm
This is a rather deprecated version... You will need to recompile
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Re: [ql-users] uQLx package?

2005-03-10 Thread wolfgang mhlegger
Phoebus R. Dokos ( . ) schrieb:
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 17:23:20 +0100, wolfgang mhlegger [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

sinclairql schrieb:
There is any .DEB or .RPM package of the uQLx emmulator?
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you cand find this: http://phpr.tripod.com/uqlx.i386.rpm

This is a rather deprecated version... You will need to recompile
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that is true, do you know a newer version someve in the www?
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[ql-users] uQLx-win32

2004-12-07 Thread Phoebus Dokos
Hi all,
just a quick note to let you know that thanks to Marco Vacquier and Javier  
Guerra we now have Spanish and Dutch translations of the uQLx-win32  
homepage (now to actually get some work done on it!)

Visit URL:http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/ and follow the link on the top to  
your language of choice

(Languages now are the following: English, French, Greek, Italian, Dutch  
and Spanish... no German though ;-)

Thanks to all that helped :-)
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[ql-users] uQLx-win32

2004-12-04 Thread Phoebus Dokos
Hi,
all...
Dutch version of the uQLx-win32 homepage uploaded (Thanks to Marco)
Spanish version thanks to Javier Guerra coming up too
Phoebus
Dutch version
URL:http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/indexnl.html
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[ql-users] uQLx-win32/mac

2004-11-27 Thread Phoebus Dokos
Hi,
the uQLx homepage is once again up at:
URL:http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/ (for English)
URL:http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/indexgr.html (for Greek)
URL:http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/indexfr.html (for French)
URL:http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/indexit.html (for Italian)
Spanish, Dutch and German translations welcome :-) Or Esperando or
whatever else fancies you :-)
the uQLx-mac page can be found at:
URL:http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/indexmac.html (only in English)
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Re: [ql-users] uQLx-win32/mac

2004-11-27 Thread Phoebus Dokos
 Sat, 27 Nov 2004 09:07:31 -0500,() Phoebus Dokos  
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Hi,
the uQLx homepage is once again up at:
snip
BTW: the header displays a png-24 file so if you're using Externed  
Imploder you're not in luck :-) Use a decent browser (ie Opera, Firefox)  
to see it properly ;-)

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Re: [ql-users] uQLx-win32/mac

2004-11-27 Thread Tony Firshman
On  Sat, 27 Nov 2004 at 09:09:09, Phoebus Dokos wrote:
(ref: [EMAIL PROTECTED])

Ôçí Sat, 27 Nov 2004 09:07:31 -0500,ï(ç) Phoebus Dokos  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
gr.net Ýãñáøå/wrote:

 Hi,
 the uQLx homepage is once again up at:
 snip

BTW: the header displays a png-24 file so if you're using Externed
Imploder you're not in luck :-) Use a decent browser (ie Opera,
Firefox)  to see it properly ;-)
What do you mean by header?

http://uqlx.dokos-gr.net/
works fine in my MSIE 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2

... and of course OK in Firefox.


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Re: [ql-users] uQLx-win32/mac

2004-11-27 Thread Phoebus Dokos
 Sat, 27 Nov 2004 19:05:29 +,() Tony Firshman  
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On  Sat, 27 Nov 2004 at 13:33:52, Phoebus Dokos wrote:
(ref: [EMAIL PROTECTED])

Shouldn't 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2 (which is the one I have too) cannot  
display transparent backgrounds... compare FireFox with MSIE's  
display...  Firefox's background of the logo should be white (not the  
case with IE)
Ah sorry - of course you are right!
:-P Told you !

Mind you this would not be seen as a problem if one hadn't seen what  
you really wanted (8-)#

Well you know me enough to know that I wouldn't never put a grey  
background there :-P

Incidentally shouldn't you call Minerva Athena (in Greek script) in  
the Greek translation (8-)#

Nope... translation is not possible (nor desirable) in brand names...
If it were such the QL should have had a different name in Greek as it's  
literal translation has an overt sexual meaning :-P
(Or for example Seat Malaga - another brand- would sound pretty insulting  
;-) hehehehe )

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Re: [ql-users] uQLx-win32/mac

2004-11-27 Thread Stephen
Phoebus Dokos wrote:
6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2 (which is the one I have too) cannot display 
transparent backgrounds... compare FireFox with MSIE's display... 
Firefox's background of the logo should be white (not the case with 
IE)
You're quite right - both versions (thanks to Firefox's IEView 
extension) look so fetching, though, that I too didn't notice the 
difference at first glance!
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Re: [ql-users] uqlx

2004-08-14 Thread Kjartan Geble Olsen
On Thu, 12 Aug 2004 21:35:55 -0400, Phoebus R. Dokos [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

On Thu, 12 Aug 2004 18:29:17 -0700, Timothy Swenson  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I compiled under RedHat 8 recently and had no problems.  I don't  
remember what version of GCC I used.

Tim Swenson
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Several 3.x versions of gcc were broken (regarding uQLx at least). 2.95  
should be your best bet. It is also mentioned by Richard Z. in his notes  
for compilation.
One of the worse problems I had recompiling uQLx for win32 was to secure  
a non-broken version of gcc for cygwin! The main reason why TCP/IP is  
not currently working is that and only that :-(

Phoebus
It compiled ok on Suse 9.0, gcc 3.1.
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[ql-users] uqlx

2004-08-12 Thread Kjartan Geble Olsen
Hi,
Just tried and failed to install uqlx, any clues?
Linux is SuSE 9.1, gcc is 3.3.3.
barton:/uqlx # ./MK.all
...there were some problems:
make: [docs/uqlx.dvi] Error 127 (ignored)
make: [docs/socket.dvi] Error 127 (ignored)
QL_files.c:1005: error: conflicting types for `WriteMdvControl'
QL68000.h:430: error: previous declaration of `WriteMdvControl'
make: *** [QL_files.o] Error 1
iexl_general.c:251: error: conflicting types for `WriteInt'
QL68000.h:423: error: previous declaration of `WriteInt'
iexl_general.c:287: error: conflicting types for `WriteHWByte'
QL68000.h:379: error: previous declaration of `WriteHWByte'
iexl_general.c:325: error: conflicting types for `ReadHWByte'
QL68000.h:378: error: previous declaration of `ReadHWByte'
iexl_general.c:465: error: conflicting types for `PutSR'
QL68000.h:405: error: previous declaration of `PutSR'
iexl_general.c:500: error: conflicting types for `BusErrorCode'
QL68000.h:406: error: previous declaration of `BusErrorCode'
iexl_general.c:563: error: conflicting types for `SetPC'
QL68000.h:407: error: previous declaration of `SetPC'
iexl_general.c:631: error: conflicting types for `ExceptionIn'
QL68000.h:425: error: previous declaration of `ExceptionIn'
make: *** [iexl_general.o] Error 1
make: Target `all' not remade because of errors.
see MK.log for more details
mvh
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Re: [ql-users] uqlx

2004-08-12 Thread Phoebus R. Dokos
On Thu, 12 Aug 2004 18:29:17 -0700, Timothy Swenson [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

I compiled under RedHat 8 recently and had no problems.  I don't  
remember what version of GCC I used.

Tim Swenson
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Several 3.x versions of gcc were broken (regarding uQLx at least). 2.95  
should be your best bet. It is also mentioned by Richard Z. in his notes  
for compilation.
One of the worse problems I had recompiling uQLx for win32 was to secure a  
non-broken version of gcc for cygwin! The main reason why TCP/IP is not  
currently working is that and only that :-(

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[ql-users] UQLX on MacOS 10.3

2004-08-01 Thread Peter Graf
Hi,
has anyone managed to compile a working UQLX for MacOS 10.3 (Panther)? I 
failed with several combinations of GCC (Apple's 2.95-2, 3.1, 3.3; GNU's 
3.4) and Sources (Web; latest from RZ). My setup is a Powerbook G4 1.25 
GHz, MacOS 10.3.4. UQLX compiles, but crashes with register dump at 
runtime. Surely RZ would fix this if I continue to bother him (I'm already 
generating MB's of debug output), but maybe someone else has already solved it?

To Phoebus: The MacOS X version of UQLX from your site crashes, too. On 
which machine have you tried it (if any)?

Thanks,
Peter
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Re: [ql-users] UQLX on MacOS 10.3

2004-08-01 Thread Phoebus R. Dokos
On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 17:47:02 +0200, Peter Graf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hi,
has anyone managed to compile a working UQLX for MacOS 10.3 (Panther)? I  
failed with several combinations of GCC (Apple's 2.95-2, 3.1, 3.3; GNU's  
3.4) and Sources (Web; latest from RZ). My setup is a Powerbook G4 1.25  
GHz, MacOS 10.3.4. UQLX compiles, but crashes with register dump at  
runtime. Surely RZ would fix this if I continue to bother him (I'm  
already generating MB's of debug output), but maybe someone else has  
already solved it?
That was compiled by James Weatherly as I have no Apple here (yet ;-) . I  
will have to contact him.

To Phoebus: The MacOS X version of UQLX from your site crashes, too. On  
which machine have you tried it (if any)?

It was compiled on 10.1. The register dump crash though reminds me of  
something. I will have to look at my correspondence between J.W, R.Z and  
myself on the subject.

Phoebus
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Re: [ql-users] UQLX page on Yahoo

2004-06-30 Thread John Southern
On Monday 28 June 2004 21:22, Timothy Swenson wrote:
 When I try to connect to the UQLX main web page on Yahoo. I keep getting an
 Inactive site error message.

 Does anybody know of another site the Richard is now using?

The site moved to
http://linux-q40.sourceforge.net/

Does anyone know of a way to get SMSQ/E running under UQLX?

Regards
John

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