16/11/2017 10:19
Assume I've got a stream of audio coming in from the outside world via Ethernet.
It's mono, it's PCM, it's in a format that I understand and can convert easily into individual samples. How do I stream the samples /in real time/ to the sound output of a RISC OS computer? I'm happy to use existing free apps if I can interface to them easily. I'm also happy to write code to do it myself if no app is readily available.
Dave

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13/11/2017 10:19
Hi, I've got an XP Home laptop, Iyonix, router/hub and LanMan98.
I can ping both ways.
Laptop's 'Workgroup' name = Iyonix's 'Local domain' name.
Laptop folders and Iyonix hard-disc are 'shared'.
LanMan98 gives me access to the laptop from my Iyonix.
But I can't see my Iyonix's shared directories in the laptop's 'My network places' or 'View workgroup computers'. Any clues? (I'll see any replies and will be able to reply on Tue.... read more

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11/11/2017 10:19
Hi all, This is slightly off-topic, but is the best group to post this...
I'm going to attempt to write a Repton novel (which may get taken further!!!), and are after some story ideas, whatever they may be.
Either email them to me at gerald at reptonresourcepage dot co dot uk, or you could reply to this post for discussion with others.
Cheers, Gerald.
www.reptonresourcepage.co.uk

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09/11/2017 10:19
If anyone needs help on Wireless networking I may be able to do so.
We have two wired networks, linked by a wireles bridge, over a 2kM distance. The network has two RPCs and a peecee at each end, plus a wireless laptop that will work at either end.
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08/11/2017 10:19
Samba did work fine in my Iyonix, allowing a PC in my home network to read from and write to a public directory and also allowing the PC to print to the Iyonix printer.
Since a few days, the PC no longer 'sees' the public directory in the Iyonix, though it can still print to the Iyo-printer without a problem.
AFAIK, I didn't change anything to the Samba settings in the Iyo, so I am suspecting some M$-upgrade, but actually, I have no idea what caused the problem.
Omni still allows me.... read more

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07/11/2017 10:19
Hi after some time of not using this application went to use it today and found that it will not run and is looking for the following Module PhotoCD, can any one tell me where or how I can get this Module again, or can some kind person send it onto me. PhotoView allows you to examine and read the images on a Kodak PhotoCD disc.
Best Regards, Mick -- Mick Martin, to email me Remove, warez.
http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/mmartin/fifepits/

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06/11/2017 10:19
Members Does anyone know of a practical way to put a Family Tree onto a web site? Any software exist to do that? Malcolm Smith -- T M Smith tmsmith@sourceuk.net running an Acorn StrongARM and RISC OS 4.02 in North Yorkshire, UK.

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03/11/2017 10:19
Hi, The DHCP in the A9 Home I have here is vexing me, and I just wanted to check that this isn't a unique misfeature to it.
Initially, when it DHCPs, it correctly sets Inet$Resolvers (192.168.0.2 in this case). However, after a while (I assume when it renews) it gets changed to auto which... doesn't work. At all. Is there a way around this, or should I just write a small module to monitor it, and change it back to the working setting? Also, the DHCP client doesn't appear to obey t.... read more

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02/11/2017 10:19
I could really do with some help here.
I'm trying to get my Broadband working - either through my PC or my RPC - preferrably both.
I have both my PC and my RPC connected to a Netgear DG834G Router.
I can't get internet through either - and Tesco Net support is really pants. Their Broadband only launched on 31st August and, guess what, neither their free phone support, nor their email support, has yielded a single reply to my requests for assistance.
I'd like to talk to someone, eithe.... read more

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30/10/2017 10:19
Hi, I have tried, Oregano2, Netsurf and Webster but I can't get the demo zip folder down from Dave's site.
-- BW Chris F. [ British Iyonix, RISC OS 5.16 ] Wakefield RISC OS Show - Sat 16/04/11 - www.wakefieldshow.org.uk RISC OS: unified by diversion.

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28/10/2017 10:19
Got a set of flag handlers written. This helps me sort out all the flags stuff. Might, to some, seem overkill to have a set of FN/PROCs to do this, but as a result I can reduce something like this...
tmp%=FNbbc_type_player_returndata(py%,flags.status,0) tmp%=tmp% AND (NOT PY_BLIND%) PROCbbc_type_player_setdata(py%,flags.status,0,tmp%) to...
PROCbbc_type_player_setdata(py%,flags.status, 0,FNbbc_type_clearflag(PY_BLIND%,FNbbc_type_player_returndata(py %,flags.status,0))) So... Today I did most of .... read more

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24/10/2017 10:19
I seem unable to find in the documentation any means of controlling the Pointer position from a program - preferably moving to a co-ordinate, or even moving in a direction. I have probably missed something glaringly obvious to others! What I really want is to be able to perform a 'slide pointer over an arrow on a menu' action to open a sub-menu window, and the only way I can think of to do this is by controlling the pointer! Any suggestions? Martin -- Martin Avison Note that unfortunat.... read more

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20/10/2017 10:19
Hi, I have an old RiscPC 600 (Mk1, StrongARM rev K, 202MHz, RISC OS 3.7, 16+8+2MB RAM, 425MB+850MB+4.3GB disk, 5x86-100 PC card) that I would like to ensure continues working.
First of all, the disks are up to 11 years old (the 425MB is the original Connor drive that came with it, and I bought the 850MB drive a year or so later to install NetBSD) and I have no adequate backup solution.
The RiscPC sits on a network with two PCs (one an WinXP Pro x64 system, the other a Slackware 10 system with a .... read more

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19/10/2017 10:19
Hi, Argonet used to have a cgi on their server for web forms but my new ISP (ntl) doesn't seem to. Can anyone recommend a service I can use to get my forms working again? Thanks, Adam P.S. It's not OT, honest - I'm updating my (RISC OS) Messenger pages ;-) -- Adam Richardson Email me at: stonemonkey at ntlworld dot com Carpe Diem

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16/10/2017 10:19
Hi all, I'm toying with a slightly more efficient design for my website, but I'm not sure if I like it or not, so I thought I'd perhaps ask people around here for a second opinion.
The old design is at http://www.vigay.com/networking/ (and on 99% of all my other pages) whereas the example new design is at http://www.vigay.com/networking/broadband.html The only difference is the title/navigation bar at the top. Which one do people prefer? The new-look design is on the 'broadband&#.... read more

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