[Rpcemu] A pleasant blue window...

jan rinze janrinze at gmail.com
Fri Mar 19 12:42:40 PDT 2010

This thread is a pain to watch..
people really should understand the meaning of RTFM..

Sorry to be so blunt but there is really no excuse for being
dis-regardless of other people's efforts and time.
So this is yet another example of 'I know what was in the manual but
decided to do it differently and now i am stuck!'

Kudos to Peter for keeping his calm..

Jan Rinze.
(topposting intentionally)

2010/3/19 David <david at ukpoets.net>:
> In article <20100319161338.GA27953 at spod.org>, Peter Howkins
> <rpcemu.howkins at marutan.net> wrote:
>> On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 01:51:48PM +0000, David wrote:
>> > In article <20100319110456.GA14027 at spod.org>, Peter Howkins
>> > > Did this also fail in the previous set of instructions, when I
>> > > said do this ... ?
>> >
>> > Yes. I didn't think to mention it at the time. In fact, I wondered
>> > if you'd just assumed I'd do the << aclocal automake autoconf >>
>> > prior to the "./configure" and didn't bother writing it.
>> Nope, this should have worked 'out of the box', as such it already
>> indicates something is up, so let's sort this out first.
>> Start from fresh directory and follow the instructions from my post
>> before, if it still fails at the configure stage, can you give me the
>> output of the following 3 commands.
> I assume you mean the post timed at 17:04.
> No, it didn't fail.
>> >pwd
>> >ls -l configure
>> >whoami
>> Also, are you using the commandline 'tar xvfz rpcemu-0.8.6.tar.gz'
>> command from the instructions, or some other method of decompressing?
> I used Archive Mounter - tend to use the GUI where a method exists.
> Might I suggest that if there is a difference in the outcome (which my
> experience suggests there is), you ought to stress the need to do it
> precisely as you say because numpties like me moving from RO to Linux
> are almost certainly going to try and avoid the command line where an
> alternative easier GUI method exists.
> Incidentally, the 'make' resulted in lots of warnings. I've saved the
> results (8.6KB) in case you want to see them.
> When I test run it, I still get the RO error "abort on instruction
> fetch at &02193040" - but surprisingly, no warning about !Boot not
> having been run!
> And still no Ctrl-End menu.
> Adding in the 256MB blank hard drive image (using command line
> 'unzip'), I get the !BOOT not found message, as well as "undefined
> instruction at &02195718"
> Copy splug.bas & uniboot/zip into HostFS; create !Sparkplug & unzip
> !Boot into Drive 4. Shutdown & quit; run again: gets as far as startup
> (splash) screen without errors then just quits with Linux error:
>  "RPCemu error: Bad opcode 36 73692029 at 219304C"
> Hope this account is some help in understanding what's going wrong.
> --
> David - david atcost ukpoets fullstop net
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