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 File comments for:  Network » Misc » amicygnix-base.lha

Amicygnix-base

Description: An Unix/X11 environment for AmigaOS 4
Download: amicygnix-base.lha
Version: 1.4
Date: 27 Nov 2018
Category: network/misc
FileID: 10748
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Comment by: cygnused (82.115.125.201)At: 09 Dec 2018, 20:52File version: 1.4
@Hypex
I've downloaded the base package, unpacked it with Unarc on a SFS2 partition and made an installation without problems. So the archive file is O.K.

Problem could be:
* The archive you've downloaded is corrupted and the file "Start_AmiCygnix.bat" in the AmiCygnix root dir is missing. Please download the archive again.
* The Cygnix: assign is not set correctly while installation. The protect command is searching for the file "Cygnix:Start_AmiCygnix.bat". Maybe you have a partition named "Cygnix:"?
 
 
Comment by: Hypex (202.63.46.179)At: 08 Dec 2018, 15:18File version: 1.4
Hi getting an error on install. Trying to install on deicated SFS volume. Error on line 944. Command "protect". Unable to locate file or drawer. :-?
 
 
Comment by: zzd10h (77.198.114.85)At: 07 Feb 2013, 22:36File version: 1.3
Problem with myself created script. OK with the last GNumeric standalone script.
But all these scripts worked before.

Mail sent with a example of a failing script
 
 
Comment by: CygnusEd (82.115.114.199)At: 07 Feb 2013, 21:18File version: 1.3
@zzd10h

Are these standalone scripts created by you? Or do you also have problems with one of the original packages?
 
 
Comment by: zzd10h (77.198.114.85)At: 07 Feb 2013, 20:45File version: 1.3
Thank you to have resolved the Dead keys problem. It works very well on Abiword and Gnumeric (just tested these 2). Good job !
Since I update, I'm unable to launch my old standalone workbench scripts.
They failed with "Unable to open X display". It works well in full Amicygnix environment and with the GNumeric 1.10.17 Start_Gnumeric_Standalone.bat.
All my standalone scripts worked before the update.
 
 
Comment by: spotupAt: 07 Feb 2013, 19:49File version: 1.3
great to see a new release!
now give us a terminal! =)
 
 
Comment by: CygnusEd (82.115.114.199)At: 15 Nov 2012, 10:41File version: 1.2
@Petrol

No, it is not used at all.
 
 
Comment by: Petrol (141.227.1.33)At: 15 Nov 2012, 08:01File version: 1.2
Is Amicygnix uses altivec instruction on capables machines?
 
 
Comment by: CygnusEd (82.115.114.199)At: 31 Jul 2012, 18:24File version: 1.1r2
@SCabit

Please check your installer binary. It must be the original binary from the OS4 package.
Type "which installer" into a shell. The result should be "Workbench:Utilities/Installer" or something like that.
 
 
Comment by: SCabit (166.248.80.18)At: 31 Jul 2012, 16:57File version: 1.1r2
Hey...I noticed this strange reproducable problem on my uA1-c. Whenever I try to install Amiga-Cygnix-base to AmiCygnix on the same partition (formatted SFS 1.286) I ALWAYS get an input.device DSI error that causes the install to not be completed because I get to 45% and the keyboard and mouse will not work due to the input.device error!
Anyone else have this problem with OS4.1 u 4?
After about 7 or 8 times of trying this, I hacked the install file to start at the 45% point and was able to finish the install. I hate having to kludge like that!
I have a micro A1 with 512M of RAM, a PC keyboard (uses standard plug) and a logitech wireless 2.4 GHz mouse.
So what's wrong with input device and heavy installs?
 
 
Comment by: tommysammy (80.140.207.218)At: 21 Jun 2012, 12:24File version: 1.1
@Elwwod on my X1000 is it really fast.Only the scrolling from the windows could be smoother
 
 
Comment by: Elwood (88.141.119.130)At: 21 Jun 2012, 11:24File version: 1.1
Nice! Now if that thing could be faster, it would become a "must have" in OS4.
 
 

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