ReactOS 0.3.1

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Post by GreatLord »

Hi
we do not our self yet what new thing will be in 0.3.1
it have not yet decided what will be remove or include.

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Post by cruzades »

@GreatLord

No worries sir, thanks for the reply, take your time to fix what is needed for 0.3.1, just ask it because I'm too excited, and can't wait for this release.

Good Luck!

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Follow the SVN

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cruzades wrote:@GreatLord

No worries sir, thanks for the reply, take your time to fix what is needed for 0.3.1, just ask it because I'm too excited, and can't wait for this release.

Good Luck!
One of the best ways to chill down the excitement is to follow what happens on the SVN, there you can get a glimpse of what is going to be included plus you can test it before it happens, make your own builds.
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Re: Follow the SVN

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Jaix wrote:
cruzades wrote:@GreatLord

No worries sir, thanks for the reply, take your time to fix what is needed for 0.3.1, just ask it because I'm too excited, and can't wait for this release.

Good Luck!
One of the best ways to chill down the excitement is to follow what happens on the SVN, there you can get a glimpse of what is going to be included plus you can test it before it happens, make your own builds.
Sir thanks so much

But I tried to make our SVN's run but no luck, I ended like frustrated overtime I've downloaded both package and have no luck to run it.

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Post by noname224 »

The SVNs don't run under VirtualPC, try Qemu.

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Post by cruzades »

noname224 wrote:The SVNs don't run under VirtualPC, try Qemu.
I've tried that either, in fact I used Qemu before I switch to VPC, only the 0.3.0 that I could actually run on VPC and Qemu, the rest are no luck.

I use same PC with Qemu. I guess I'm missing something here. :(

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Post by hto »

What is "no luck", what do you get?

SVN builds should run under QEMU.

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Post by Radhad »

But why only under Qemu?

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Because most of the devs seem to use qemu so they're more likely to notice problems in qemu.

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Post by cruzades »

hto wrote:What is "no luck", what do you get?

SVN builds should run under QEMU.
It booted up to loading screen, yup.. and it's there forever, I don't know what's wrong, I've just followed the Wiki guide on how to run SVN's with QeMU, but not with 0.3.0, it runs perfectly fine.

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Post by hto »

Use latest builds.

Try to add -serial file:file to QEMU options (replace file by any file name you want). You will get debug log in that file.

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Post by andreasm »

any news about 0.3.1 ? Sorry for my impatience... ;-)
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Post by Z98 »

Waiting on a patch to fix AMD64 problems. And this is for running in 32bit mode. Then the release changelog has to be finished. Then we have to compile the CD images and make the virtual machine images.

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Post by adezm »

Well, I'm waiting for version 0.31 to be release :) Thanks to ReactOS Team for the good news.

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