Damn it dont work for me
the last message i have is SDL_SetVideoMode and nothing else
i m using XP sp3 with last 0.8 Colinux release
thx



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From: Paolo Minazzi <paolo.minazzi@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 9:19 AM
Subject: Re: [coLinux-devel] graphical console for colinux
To: Henry Nestler <henry.ne@arcor.de>


  
have quick tested, and impressed from your copy&paste :-)
A nice icon you have.

Can you make the cursor flashing slower, think 1/4 from current frequency.
Best would be disable  flashing, if the Window is not active.
    

The frequency is a personal taste ;=)
I will put a #define so everyone can adjust it easyly.
The other suggestion is interesting .... without focus stop blinking
... I will do it.

  
I have used your suggestion by copy your console over the other one, and it
was launched from colinux-daemon without problems.

--
Henry N.
    

Hi people,
yesterday evening I have sent to Henry the source code.
I have investigate on the error that someone of you have (the flushing
windows and immediate exit).
I thought it was a race condition error.
I have tried to add some Sleep so I can see the problem, but nothing.
Henry now is able to build the console and he can use it without
problem,both alunching it automatically by daemon and launching by
hand.
Maybe there is some version problem (kernel,daemon,compiler).

Bye,
Paolo



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Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 09:24:33 +0100
From: "Alexander Demin" <ademin@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [coLinux-users] graphical console for colinux
To: "Paolo Minazzi" <paolo.minazzi@gmail.com>
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Hi Paolo,

In my humble opinion this is really good start. I've been using coLinux for
a long time and I still keep wondering how is good this piece of software.
Unfortunately the standard console cannot be actually used as an everyday
terminal and I use CRT or Putty instead. But your stuff seems to become a
great alternative. If you still have a wish to develop it: publish it under
an open source license, add tabs, configuration file or something -- that
would be great. ;-)

Regards,
Alexander

On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 1:24 PM, Paolo Minazzi <paolo.minazzi@gmail.com>wrote:

  
Hi colinux users,
I have published a first version of my colinux console on

http://xoomer.alice.it/paolo.minazzi/colinux-console-nt.exe

Use it quietly, I have compiled it with mingw under vmware. It cannot
have viruses.

I can easily add other font. This one is the version with 8x14 pixel
for each char.
The console size if 80x25 chars.

I have tried it enough and it is possible use it without problems.
I have used it at work ( I develop on an ARM linux system) and I use
colinux to cross compiling.
I have tested the console on 0.7.3 stable version.

* Copy and Paste
 It is possible using the mouse. Double click select and copy a word.
 Selecting copy the text in the clipboard
 Right button do paste.

* How try it
 The easiset way is to rename the old colinux-console-nt.exe and copy
the new one.
 An other way can be detach the old colinux-console-nt.exe with
ALT+WIN and run my version.
The only thing I have to remind is to avoid paste-ing of large block
od fata because it can block the colinux machine.

As soon as it is very very stable, I will send source to Henry.

Any suggestion is welcome.

Paolo

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