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Posted: April 15 2006,08:13 QUOTE

Thank you a lot Roberts for your answers.

The run program runs as you said; it is really a very useful feature.

Rdesktop: I red this post on the forum (and others also, related to the same subject):
I also find that link (last version 1.4.1); I am looking for a newer version, but at the moment, I don't find anyone newer than 1.4.1.

Fluxter: thank you a lot ke4nt1; I have a laptop and a touch-pad, so no scroll; I didn't know the feature you mention, but I will try it at my office, where I use a mouse with a scroll.

Vncviewer: it was just a suggestion, but thank you for your offer to contribute to mydsl extension, however, I have a lot to learn about before I can deliver a vnc package for some european language

Here is my grub line: title DSL fb1024x768
kernel /boot/linux24 root=/dev/hda1 quiet vga=791 noacpi noapm nodma noscsi frugal lang=de home=hda5 opt=hda5 mydsl=hda5
initrd /boot/minirt24.gz
I have a backup.tar.gz on hda5; with dsl 2.3 last release and grub-frugal install, I didn't get this message, so I was suprised.

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Posted: April 15 2006,14:24 QUOTE

another fantastic upgrade! just did my first frugal with the toram option...WoW! talking about fast! makes this 400mhz celeron go like a 64bit system. booted up and loaded all the uci files I could find...what joy! haven't seen any bugs yet on this end, and am looking forward to the final.


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Posted: April 16 2006,12:16 QUOTE

Please update ndiswrapper to 1.4 at least. 1.13 (latest) will be great.
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Posted: April 16 2006,18:27 QUOTE

I'm excited about this release candidate.  It's going to be great having tcc and being able to compile out of the box.  The additional cloops are exciting too.  I only ever have about three uci extensions mounted at any one time though.  I'll have to get really creative in order to do 64 things at one time!

I'm downloading the iso right now because I didn't see a v2.4rc1.torrent in the mirrors.  Should I create one once I finish downloading the iso?

Heavens to Murgatroid!
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Posted: April 16 2006,19:24 QUOTE

While I agree that 64 is a lot, it's my belief that too many is better than not enough in this case.  Eight cloops just didn't cut the mustard when i typically use up 6 of them before i log in.  And who knows what the future will bring.  Maybe we'll eventually have hundreds of modular libs and includes in uci format so you can swap them in and out for building various applications on DSL.  Picture a UCI application that has separate UCI plugins...that could easily use a large number of cloops.  You could even mount several KNOPPIX files at once for comparisons or to find some old theme elements from past versions...or whatever you might do with several KNOPPIX files at once.  Anyway, the point is the possibilities of 64 cloops are mindbogglingly diverse.

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