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e7
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Post by e7 »

Here I have a new version of my batchfile:
@echo off
echo ReactOS Make || Batchfile
echo This script is PublicDomain, GPL or LGPL
echo or anything other you want...
echo.

SET rs=c:\rossource\reactos
SET sz=c:\programme\7-zip
SET qemu=D:\programme\Qemu\reactos\preloaded


cd %rs%
make

make bootcd
make livecd

%sz%\7z.exe a ..\boot.zip ReactOS.iso
%sz%\7z.exe a ..\live.zip roslive.iso
%sz%\7z.exe a ..\qemu.zip %qemu%\bios.bin %qemu%\boot.bat %qemu%\qemu.exe %qemu%\sdl.dll %qemu%\vgabios-cirrus.bin %qemu%\vgabios.bin roslive.iso

rename2date
%qemu% must be set to a qemu-directory. You must create the following file (boot.bat):
qemu.exe -L . roslive.iso -pci -boot d
ReactOS is not installed, it is only the Live-CD, but an unexperienced user doesn't know ;-)

rename2date is a little tool, you can compile it with FreeBASIC:
print "Rename files"
a$ = mid$(date$, 9, 2) + mid$(date$, 1, 2) + mid$(date$, 4, 2)
name "boot.zip", a$ + "-boot.zip"
name "live.zip", a$ + "-live.zip"
name "qemu.zip", a$ + "-qemu.zip"
Or download it: http://rapidshare.de/files-en/656677/re ... e.exe.html

The file must be in the same directory as the batchfile.


B
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Post by B »

hi,

is there still the floppy.sys-bug in current svn ?
i don't want to load 10mb with dialup for nothing...

thx,

b.

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Post by Gasmann »

b wrote:hi,

is there still the floppy.sys-bug in current svn ?
i don't want to load 10mb with dialup for nothing...

thx,

b.
I think so, yes :(


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Post by user222 »

Please find a less restrictive file hosting service.

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Post by Gasmann »

user222 wrote:Please find a less restrictive file hosting service.
Make a suggestion :)
I didn't find anything better yet.

mutiny
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Post by mutiny »

The uk version of lycos webspace offer 50mb of free webspace with both php and ftp .... you could set up a script to have it uploaded there or something.

If they have a bandwidth limit, ive never reached it...

Gasmann
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Post by Gasmann »

mutiny wrote:The uk version of lycos webspace offer 50mb of free webspace with both php and ftp .... you could set up a script to have it uploaded there or something.

If they have a bandwidth limit, ive never reached it...
I don't have a domain, and there seems to be no way to use a free subdomain.

mutiny
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Post by mutiny »

you should be able to sign up through this url:

http://www.tripod.lycos.co.uk/signup/

They have a tendency to hide it and change the link to it alot, i dont think they want too many people using it.... :P

Meklort
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Post by Meklort »

Hi,
Ive set up my box to build reactos at 2 am GMT-7, here is the link
http://meklort.isa-geek.com
If anyone can mirror, that would be helpful (or a place to upload) since im on a 256k connection.

Also the script isnt 100% done, so the main page will have the files out of order and such.

Dr. Fred
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Post by Dr. Fred »

Cool.

Wack0
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free hosting

Post by Wack0 »

gasmann wrote:
user222 wrote:Please find a less restrictive file hosting service.
Make a suggestion :)
I didn't find anything better yet.
For any free hosting, go to

http://www.free-webhosts.com/webhosting-01.php

for 41 pages of webhosts.

- Wack0

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Post by Gasmann »

Ok thanks for the info I'll have a look at it. :wink:

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