Saturday, January 19th
9:30 AM - 1 PM
Bob is going to give us an update on his SAMBA server setup. We are all
interested if he can now communicate between ArcaOS and Ubuntu.
Peter has more bad block handling questions.
Steven is going to do another show and tell on how to work with bad
blocks with dfsee.
Peter is going to continue his discussion of practical time applications.
He is going to attempt to help us understand why high precision time
measurement is important to him.
Peter has experienced some issues with ANPM and RPM repository access.
We are going to attempt to help him resolve these issues.
Peter wants to discuss backups, so we will.
Peter discovered that running SX.EXE on his eCS install crashes his
system. We are going to look at what SX.EXE is and what he should do to
avoid future crashes.
If we have time, we will finally do a deep dive into the cmd.exe code
and figure out why
cmd /c foo.cmd. /q
eats the /q switch. The switch is never seen by the foo.cmd script.
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