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by kolla
24.08.2018 - 13:10
Forum: CygnusEd Support
Topic: CygnusEd 4 vs 5 editing binary files
Replies: 0
Views: 842

CygnusEd 4 vs 5 editing binary files

What is that cause for the different "layout" when editing binary files with CygnusEd 4 and CygnusEd 5? Is there a way to have CygnusEd 5 work as 4?
by kolla
03.08.2018 - 19:04
Forum: Roadshow Support
Topic: DNS issues (I think), can I keep DHCP but use static DNS?
Replies: 3
Views: 3057

How about supporting mDNS for looking up systems on the LAN, that most likely are not in DNS? I think SMBFS could benefit from this ;)
by kolla
08.07.2017 - 17:48
Forum: Roadshow Support
Topic: Roadshow on OS4?
Replies: 1
Views: 2032

Roadshow on OS4?

Just curious - as OS4.1FE (on my A3000) still with update1 seems to be using "old" binaries (dated 2009 and thereabouts, according to version info), is it perhaps best to update it with Roadshow, even though it is 68k? Is the TCP stack in OS4 at all maintained at this point?
by kolla
25.04.2017 - 16:01
Forum: Roadshow Support
Topic: Feature requests
Replies: 2
Views: 2126

Re: Feature requests

olsen wrote: Anyway, I'll start working on "ping" and "rsh" as soon as the long delayed Roadshow 1.13 update is working and available.
Awesome, thanks a lot! :)
by kolla
19.04.2017 - 13:29
Forum: Roadshow Support
Topic: Feature requests
Replies: 2
Views: 2126

Feature requests

I don't see any such thread already, so here goes... :) * ping - timeout options (like BSD "-t : Specify a timeout, in seconds, before ping exits regardless of how many packets have been received.") - exit on first ping replay (like BSD "-o : Exit successfully after receiving one reply packet.") * r...