EPIC WIN!

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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by EmuandCo » Sat Oct 31, 2015 12:26 pm

FreeDOS only works from a VHD, true. Same goes for that case on DosBOX and all other VMs. FreeDOS needs its bootloader and everything coming after it to work.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by MugenFighter » Sat Oct 31, 2015 3:21 pm

EmuandCo wrote:FreeDOS only works from a VHD, true. Same goes for that case on DosBOX and all other VMs. FreeDOS needs its bootloader and everything coming after it to work.
No I'm saying that I couldn't get FreeDOS to install on an empty VHD within ReactOS so I had to make one in VirtualBox with FreeDOS installed already and transfer the file. But to be fair I don't know how to convert the Install CD to a series of floppies (it only has a boot floppy available). Also Fuzoma was designed as both a bootable OS and an application.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by Swyter » Sat Oct 31, 2015 3:25 pm

Let's keep this thread tidy, posting just screenshots of working software, otherwise the quality gets quickly diluted.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by MugenFighter » Sat Oct 31, 2015 3:31 pm

Swyter wrote:Let's keep this thread tidy, posting just screenshots of working software, otherwise the quality gets quickly diluted.
Can you define working, and to what extent?
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by Swyter » Sat Oct 31, 2015 5:23 pm

MugenFighter wrote:
Swyter wrote:Let's keep this thread tidy, posting just screenshots of working software, otherwise the quality gets quickly diluted.
Can you define working, and to what extent?
Well, having some basic functionality working to a reasonable degree without many visual glitches or impediments.
Progress reports should be fine too, when more more parts of an already posted program start working.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by Konata » Sat Oct 31, 2015 6:09 pm

Normally when people post in here, the minimal requirements for making a post is if the program even starts at all.
Programs that can't perform their basic functionality are fine to post, but make sure you actually say what you found the program can and cannot do. It's quite aggravating when someone posts a program that only boots but nothing more and yet says nothing about that. The best kind of post thoroughly tests a program and lists what doesn't work yet.

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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by MugenFighter » Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:03 pm

Konata wrote:Normally when people post in here, the minimal requirements for making a post is if the program even starts at all.
Programs that can't perform their basic functionality are fine to post, but make sure you actually say what you found the program can and cannot do. It's quite aggravating when someone posts a program that only boots but nothing more and yet says nothing about that. The best kind of post thoroughly tests a program and lists what doesn't work yet.
I see. I try to make sure programs I test function to an exceptable point, but I don't have time to run as good as test as some other people.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by hbelusca » Sun Nov 01, 2015 3:19 pm

Russian Linter RDBMS software working in ReactOS:
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From http://linter.ru/ru/news/4176/ (yet in russian only) (following, google translation):
Linter BASTION successfully tested on ReactOS

The specialists of NPP "RELEX" has successfully completed the testing Linter BASTION on the operating system ReactOS. Measurements have shown that Linter running ReactOS yields performance gain by 10-15% compared with Windows XP on identical hardware configuration. The identified deficiencies in the work in operating systems were quickly eliminated by the development community with the direct and active participation of the Russian Foundation ReactOS.

Relational Database Management System Linter developed by the Russian company ZAO NPP "RELEX". DBMS certified by the Ministry of Defence and FSTEC Russia and recommended for use at the enterprises of the military-industrial complex in the state system, as well as specialized software and hardware for processing information constituting a state secret.

ReactOS - an initiative to create a free and open alternative to the family of operating systems Microsoft Windows NT, is fully compatible with the existing for their drivers and software. Architecture NT always distinguished by high flexibility and efficiency, and its long-dominant position in the computer industry led to the fact that the family of operating systems NT Windows NT became the most supported operating systems, among them the newest operating system from Microsoft - Microsoft Windows 10.

Company Profiles
RELEX Group - one of the leading Russian developer of software for protection, storage and processing of data. Powered by the information technology market since 1990.
Company Website www.relex.ru.

ReactOS Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides support and promotion of the project ReactOS. The main goal of the ReactOS project is to create an operating system, binary-compatible with applications and drivers developed for the family of operating systems Windows NT. To achieve this goal, the ReactOS Foundation actively supports the development of the project and organized the community of the same name as a platform for communication and discussion of current issues.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by MugenFighter » Mon Nov 02, 2015 2:20 pm

The Earth Worm Jim 1 DOS demo works...

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As you can see this demo has a slight graphic glitch (I think that is actually because of the resolution of the game), but is otherwise playable. I couldn't get the EWJ2 DOS demo to work though.

Still have to buy the full versions of EWJ 1+2 (DOS) and EWJ 3D (Windows). I'll do that in a couple of months...
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by hbelusca » Mon Nov 02, 2015 2:39 pm

MugenFighter wrote:The Earth Worm Jim 1 DOS demo works...
(pic)
As you can see this demo has a slight graphic glitch (I think that is actually because of the resolution of the game), but is otherwise playable. I couldn't get the EWJ2 DOS demo to work though.
Still have to buy the full versions of EWJ 1+2 and EWJ 3D, all for Windows. I'll do that in a couple of months...
If, by "slight graphic glitch", you're talking about this strange vertical band at the left, then you need to report this problem on Jira, because it is certainly due to some scrolling code that was implemented 1 week ago max. and which is known to be not perfect.

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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by MugenFighter » Mon Nov 02, 2015 3:11 pm

hbelusca wrote:
MugenFighter wrote:The Earth Worm Jim 1 DOS demo works...
(pic)
As you can see this demo has a slight graphic glitch (I think that is actually because of the resolution of the game), but is otherwise playable. I couldn't get the EWJ2 DOS demo to work though.
Still have to buy the full versions of EWJ 1+2 and EWJ 3D, all for Windows. I'll do that in a couple of months...
If, by "slight graphic glitch", you're talking about this strange vertical band at the left, then you need to report this problem on Jira, because it is certainly due to some scrolling code that was implemented 1 week ago max. and which is known to be not perfect.
I haven't got Jira to work for my account. Is there anything special I need to do?
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by oldman » Mon Nov 02, 2015 4:12 pm

MugenFighter wrote:I haven't got Jira to work for my account. Is there anything special I need to do?
Some people experience problems logging into Jira when they are new here, but you have been around long enough for you to be able to log in at Jira. Try logging out on the front page of reactos.org, then log in again, then see if you can log in at the Jira page.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by MugenFighter » Mon Nov 02, 2015 4:22 pm

oldman wrote:
MugenFighter wrote:I haven't got Jira to work for my account. Is there anything special I need to do?
Some people experience problems logging into Jira when they are new here, but you have been around long enough for you to be able to log in at Jira. Try logging out on the front page of reactos.org, then log in again, then see if you can log in at the Jira page.
Tried it...

But trying to get the username sent to me it apparently doesn't exist for my email.

Did I do something wrong?
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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by Black_Fox » Mon Nov 02, 2015 5:24 pm

Your username is the same as for the forums & the website, there's nothing to need to send...? Password should also be the same.

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Re: EPIC WIN!

Post by oldman » Mon Nov 02, 2015 5:37 pm

MugenFighter wrote: Tried it...

But trying to get the username sent to me it apparently doesn't exist for my email.

Did I do something wrong?
From what you have written, yes you have done something wrong! No need to join Jira, all you need to do is to put your username and password into the correct input fields, then click on the Log In button.
Look at this page and find this heading A layman's guide - How to create a Jira Issue for your bug.; it explains with pictures.
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