Adrian Gschwend | 5 May 14:31 2008
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Re: Re: XFreeOS2 mailing list


Dave Yeo wrote:

> Sorry for taking a while to reply, I was double checking that the list
> is gone. It wasn't announced but after a year+ of no traffic I tried
> pinging the list and the message bounced. Going to the home page at
> http://lists2.ais.fraunhofer.de/mailman/listinfo/xfreeos2 gives an error
> about no such list. I guess that Holger has moved on and did not make an
> announcement.
> Probably best to just use the old name, XFreeOS2

ok did a new mailinglist called xfreeos ( <at> netlabs.org). People can
subscribe there, I've also requested to add it to gmane.org but that
will take a few days (and it won't show up until we have postings on the
list).

cu

Adrian
David Graser | 5 May 22:04 2008
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FAT32 0.9.12 fix 1

Adrian

Could you move the

fat32_09121.zip
fat32_09121.wpi

to the \pub\fat32 directory

This is the latest 0.9.12 containing KO's latest fix.

Thanks!

David

Adrian Gschwend | 5 May 21:06 2008
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Re: FAT32 0.9.12 fix 1

David Graser wrote:

Hi David,

> to the \pub\fat32 directory
> 
> This is the latest 0.9.12 containing KO's latest fix.

done

cu

Adrian

David Graser | 5 May 22:05 2008
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FAT32 0.9.12 fix 1

Adrian

Could you move the

fat32_09121.zip
fat32_09121.wpi

to the \pub\fat32 directory

This is the latest 0.9.12 containing KO's latest fix.

Thanks!

David

Dave Yeo | 9 May 07:24 2008
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Re: XFreeOS2 mailing list

On 05/05/08 05:31 am, Adrian Gschwend wrote:
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> Dave Yeo wrote:
>
>> Sorry for taking a while to reply, I was double checking that the list
>> is gone. It wasn't announced but after a year+ of no traffic I tried
>> pinging the list and the message bounced. Going to the home page at
>> http://lists2.ais.fraunhofer.de/mailman/listinfo/xfreeos2 gives an error
>> about no such list. I guess that Holger has moved on and did not make an
>> announcement.
>> Probably best to just use the old name, XFreeOS2
>
> ok did a new mailinglist called xfreeos ( <at> netlabs.org). People can
> subscribe there, I've also requested to add it to gmane.org but that
> will take a few days (and it won't show up until we have postings on the
> list).
>
> cu
>
> Adrian

Hi Adrian, thanks for the mailing list. I take it to subscribe would 
take sending a message to xfreeos2-subscribe <at> netlabs.org?
Dave

Adrian Gschwend | 9 May 09:43 2008
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Re: Re: XFreeOS2 mailing list


Dave Yeo wrote:

Hi Dave,

> Hi Adrian, thanks for the mailing list. I take it to subscribe would
> take sending a message to xfreeos2-subscribe <at> netlabs.org?

jep, like described here: http://wiki.netlabs.org/index.php/Mailinglists

It is subscribed at gmane.org and should appear once there are messages
posted.

cu

Adrian

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Dave Yeo | 20 May 01:27 2008
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Odin source code repository?

There was a bit of discussion on comp.os.os2.porting about downloading 
the Odin source from CVS which asks for authorization. I tried going to 
svn.netlabs.org/odin32 which also asks for authorization.
Is it possible to make the svn (or cvs) repository read only for 
anonymous or guest?
Dave

Steven Levine | 20 May 06:18 2008
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Re: Odin source code repository?

In <g0t2di$3e6$1 <at> ger.gmane.org>, on 05/19/08
   at 04:27 PM, Dave Yeo <dave.r.yeo <at> gmail.com> said:

>There was a bit of discussion on comp.os.os2.porting about downloading 
>the Odin source from CVS which asks for authorization. I tried going to 
>svn.netlabs.org/odin32 which also asks for authorization.

TTBOMK, the svn repository is not loaded.

>Is it possible to make the svn (or cvs) repository read only for 
>anonymous or guest?

The cvs respository accepts the usual guest/readonly userid/password combo
that most of the netlabs sites accept.

See http://odin.netlabs.org/en/site/news.xml

Steven

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Adrian Gschwend | 21 May 16:40 2008
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Re: Odin source code repository?


Dave Yeo wrote:

Hi Dave,

> There was a bit of discussion on comp.os.os2.porting about downloading
> the Odin source from CVS which asks for authorization. I tried going to
> svn.netlabs.org/odin32 which also asks for authorization.
> Is it possible to make the svn (or cvs) repository read only for
> anonymous or guest?

As Steven pointed out, CVS is public with the correct user/pwd. SVN is
closed right now and will remain that for a moment but it's the same
source base anyway so far.

cu

Adrian

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