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From: Paolo Minazzi <paolo.minazzi@gm...> - 2009-01-08 16:22:32
Hi colinux users,
after had trying for a while my SDL console, I have written a new
version using directly the win32 API.
This new version is very light.
copy : select moving with left mouse botton
paste : press the right mouse button
It works from/to other windows.
You can change font runtime using the linux command :
I'm interested to know if there are some problem.
Very interesting if there are some problems using cut/paste with
different keyboard layout (I think it should be all OK).
Where to download:
The archive contains all executable and driver.
to remove your current driver
Unzip my zip package, for example in C:\NEW
Install the new driver
Type go.bat to start
Important : edit configuration file "norm" to adjust your cobd0 (so it
can point to your harddisk image)
From: Henry Nestler <henry.ne@ar...> - 2009-01-11 19:56:25
> what version/branch is this demo release based on? any screen shots?
It is coLinux 188.8.131.52-co-0.7.3
You need all files from Paolo, because he has changed some in Linux
kernel, Windows-Kernel driver and in the daemons.
Here is a screen shot:
It's nice to see. It's simple and runs.
Very good works the copy and paste via mouse.
Missing only some keys: ALT-F1, ALT-F2, ALT-F3,... and Cursor-Right,
Cursor-Left don't work to switch to other virtual consoles. Only tty1 is
usable. Key "Print screen" is blocked for Windows?
Thanks Paolo. :-)
From: Henry Nestler <henry.ne@ar...> - 2009-01-11 20:16:29
Henry Nestler wrote:
> Missing only some keys: ALT-F1, ALT-F2, ALT-F3,... and Cursor-Right,
> Cursor-Left don't work to switch to other virtual consoles. Only tty1 is
> usable. Key "Print screen" is blocked for Windows?
ALT-F1, ALT-F2, ALT-F3, ... ALT-Cursor-Right, ALT-Cursor-Left works. I
can change the consoles. I don't know, what it was. Perhaps a side
effect from trying to print with ALT-Print-Screen. Sorry for false alert.