[ros-dev] Reactos 0.2.8 RC-1 is out

TwoTailedFox twotailedfox at gmail.com
Sat Oct 15 01:28:01 CEST 2005

12:52, with an 'AM' behind it, would be acceptable for a 12-Hour time
system, I would think.

On 10/15/05, Bernd Blaauw <bblaauw at home.nl> wrote:
> Robert Köpferl schreef:
> > And for the intermediate time I question you to download the RC1 and
> > try it out, PLUS report bugs into our nice bugzilla!
> Sorry, no ReactOS account so far. Visual character recognition pattern
> (for account confirmation) scared me off last time.
> *Icon on installation ISO seems rather big filesize. Also located in
> root directory :(
>   Polluting root directory might not be nice if ReactOS would be added
> to some Linux distro as a bonus operating system.
>   ("keep everything as much as possible in its own single directory")
> *Installation seems to work with 32MB in VMware. Disable hosts
> virusscanner first, it makes things slooooooooooooow.
> *GPL isn't viewable on bootcdrom, yet is installed (and viewable) on
> ReactOS (acknowledgement screen)
> *configuration stage #2: computername cannot contain numeric characters.
> Probably only A..Z allowed
> *configuration stage #2: passwords may be empty (indeed 14 or less
> characters..)
> *configuration stage #2: is "12:52AM" a valid setting? shouldn't that be
> 0:52(AM) or something?
> *configuration stage #2: reboot part after timezone screen *hangs*
> mouse. After reboot same configuration setup appears again, from the
> beginning.
>  It also remembers the computername I entered [VMROS] :)
>  Any limits on computername, by the way (minimum length, max length,
> allowed characters)
> Conclusion: cannot install (Vmware 5.5beta, winXP host, gues set as type
> 'Win98' with memory changed to 32MB).
> LiveCD: splashscreen shows, then cdrom is read very shortly. Then a blue
> screen with nothing on it, and system appears to hang.
> Final conclusion: time for QEMU :)
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