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#1 Ric

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Posted 10 May 2008 - 04:06 PM

I have just published Oily Rag 2 you may find some of the information of interest. :)

http://center.unifor...oily_rag_2.html

What’s covered?

1) How to rip Uniform Server 3.5-Apollo apart. :huh:

2) How to rebuild a new control system :)

3) Want a new tray menu do your own thing with PStart B)

4) Wish UniController would do what you want build a new one :lol:

5) Want to zap your mind with “C” try lcc-win32 :)

Oily Rag is all about getting your hands dirty! Have fun ;)

All the best
Ric :)

PS This may be the last write-up for sometime! My hard drive is making un-characteristic noises. The knock-knock I can handle but the 50-minuete start-up time is a pain. That’s apart from the difficulties it now has with finding files, that said it’s extremely efficient and excels at creating bad sectors and corrupt file descriptors. :o

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Posted 30 May 2008 - 01:33 PM

Hi, Ric. Have you got your hard drive fixed?

By the way, do you think it is possible to compile SlimFTPd with LCC?

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Posted 30 May 2008 - 05:11 PM

Yep replaced the hard drive a quick plug for HP the disks they supplied worked like a charm, had me laptop up and running in no time. :)

All my new write-ups will be on the Wiki trying to transfer UniCenter over just takes an incredible amount of time. :)

By the way, do you think it is possible to compile SlimFTPd with LCC?

Not sure! But I think not since it requires Visual C++ 2005 runtime library. I would assume it requires Visual C++ to compile. LCC is for the likes of myself simple C hacker. :)

All the best
Ric :)




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