ariadne at earthlink.com.au
Sun Aug 7 20:12:07 EDT 2005
On Sun, 7 Aug 2005 02:50:45 +0000 (UTC)
sindi keesan <keesan at sdf.lonestar.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Aug 2005, Ron Clarke wrote:
> > I have space to post packages for BLx if required. At the moment I only have the second-to-last mplayer from David, but it is no problem to set up some download directories for BL2 and BL3, if needed.
> Are you hosting anything else compiled for BL, such as minihttpd?
No. Actually, I only put it up there because there was some difficulty in it being hosted elsewhere, as I understood it, probably because David had over-written it with the newer version.
> Feel free to copy over anything from my site that you think other people
> would want, some of which James already has. lynx and ghostscript are the
> most generally useful.
Is there a need for another website source of packages for BL2 and BL3 ?
If so, I can set it up OK. But I think it is not a good idea to spread the add-ons too thin unless there is a problem with space at the existing sites. In that case, I should limit what I hold to those things without a home elsewhere. There is no point in mirroring your website, Sindi, unless you have to clear stuff out.
> > BTW: David, your dosemu package works ! Thank you. :)
> What programs does it work with?
I have had a poor performance from console dosemu, with many of the characters being oddly mapped.
Xdosemu has performed well under X (I do not use vesa) for:
DOS Navigator XTreeGold Pedit Pictview Lxpic Arachne(off-line) MSP PKZip/PKUnZip Tutordo MPEG.EXE
CDFE (my CD player) my Chemical Data Package all of my own stuff that I have tried.
It has (so far) failed to run:
Professional Write CDP DOS Controller(this is a real disappointment for me) QuickView DSS MPXPLAY
I continue to try things.
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