Oh yeah, and the product key is DNJXJ-7XBW8-2378T-X22TX-BKG7J
nothing much to see here…. but
here it is.
Also the changelog:
(commit) Version 1.0.1
(commit) Merge branch ‘s390-1.0’ of git://repo.or.cz/qemu/agraf
(commit) Merge branch ‘ppc-1.0’ of git://repo.or.cz/qemu/agraf
(commit) e1000: bounds packet size against buffer size
(commit) s390: fix cpu hotplug / cpu activity on interrupts
(commit) s390x: add TR function for EXECUTE
(commit) pseries: Don’t try to munmap() a malloc()ed TCE table
(commit) pseries: Populate “/chosen/linux,stdout-path” in the FDT
(commit) pseries: Add a routine to find a stable “default” vty and use it
(commit) pseries: Emit device tree nodes in reg order
(commit) kvm-ppc: halt secondary cpus when guest reset
(commit) pseries: Fix array overrun bug in PCI code
(commit) console: Fix segfault on screendump without VGA adapter
(commit) Merge branch ‘master’ of ssh://git.qemu.org/pub/git/qemu-stable-1.0
(commit) rbd: always set out parameter in qemu_rbd_snap_list
(commit) Documentation: Add qemu-img -t parameter in man page
(commit) qemu-img rebase: Fix for undersized backing files
(commit) coroutine: switch per-thread free pool to a global pool
(commit) qiov: prevent double free or use-after-free
(commit) PPC: Fix linker scripts on ppc hosts
(commit) target-sh4: ignore ocbp and ocbwb instructions
(commit) usb-ohci: td.cbp incorrectly updated near page end
(commit) usb-host: properly release port on unplug & exit
(commit) usb-storage: cancel I/O on reset
(commit) Fix parse of usb device description with multiple configurations
(commit) pc: fix event_idx compatibility for virtio devices
(commit) pc: add pc-0.15
(commit) cris: Handle conditional stores on CRISv10
(commit) configure: Enable build by default PIE / read-only relocation sections on OpenBSD amd64/i386.
(commit) target-i386: fix cmpxchg instruction emulation
(commit) hw/9pfs: Use the correct signed type for different variables
(commit) hw/9pfs: replace iovec manipulation with QEMUIOVector
(commit) hw/9pfs: Use the correct file descriptor in Fsdriver Callback
(commit) hw/9pfs: Add qdev.reset callback for virtio-9p-pci device
(commit) hw/9pfs: Reset server state during TVERSION
(commit) hw/9pfs: use migration blockers to prevent live migration when virtfs export path is mounted
(commit) hw/9pfs: Improve portability to older systems
(commit) exec.c: Fix subpage memory access to RAM MemoryRegion
(commit) malta: Fix regression (i8259 interrupts did not work)
Oh yeah… I forgot the dopefish appears in Quake 0.8, so I added in a save file to get right to him in the
OK, well it actually was 2/24/1996 …
iD still has the download on their
Anyways I managed to meet the right people and score a beta copy of Quake! The mysterious 0.8 or ‘beta 3’ version. So I thought you guys would love it, and what better way to enjoy these old things than
And of course I’ve put up all the versions I’ve been able to find so far. Now I just need a fun way to network all of this stuff.
What do you think, OS X PPC users vs OS/2 users?
I know there aren’t any non banking OS/2 users left.
well people are awake now… check out the chaos!
following on the heels of the last
QuakeWorld client for MS-DOS, I’ve updated the OS/2 build.
I was going to show it off in action but it’s too late, and everyone in the Netherlands is asleep…
qw.exe or the source.
So I’ve been talking with Frank Sapone about recovering old data and how I’ve had the worst luck with old 3 1/2″ disks. Even sealed stuff like the MS-DOS client components of SQL Server 4.21a which Microsoft chose not to put on the CD-ROM, but rather on floppy diskette … which are not readable.
What is surprising is that not only has he had the same luck with 10-15 year old 3 1/2″ disks, but with 26 year old 5 1/4″ disks is that he can read them fine.
That is right, 26 year old disks work fine with a good Panisonic 5 1/4″ drive mechanism, including a box of random disks he bought on e-bay that went through the old fashioned metal scanners, that he thought at best was a bulk lot of junk, he could read 100% of them with no errors.
I can only wonder how many people are sitting on ‘good media’ still factory sealed to only find out they are completely worthless.
If you’ve got old stuff, you better read it NOW… Otherwise it’ll probably never work, esp if it is 3 1/2″.
So I’ve had this old Dell 4100 I’ve bought from the salvation army…
Anyways, if you look at the dell page..
You’ll see clearly that the networking component is a 3com 3c905c.
Instead, thanks to an OpenBSD cd-rom I was able to find out, that it is an Intel 82562 aka 100B.
Talk about way off the mark! And at least I’ve managed to get my OS/2 2.11 backup’d and restored onto the disk..!
Remember my old Quake port to MS-DOS that included that WatTcp package so that you could play on the internet under glorious MS-DOS? Well it’s kind of taken a life onto its own, and thanks to the hard work of Frank Sapone, it picked up all kinds of updates including:
Chat buffer upto 32 lines
1600×1200 VESA support. Thanks to RayeR for suggestion.
SHOW_UPTIME CVAR. See how long you’ve been playing :P.
SHOW_TIME CVAR. Set 1 for Military time, or 2 for 12hr AM/PM format. (QDOS) All 5 drivers can coexist! BWTCP, IPX, MPATH, WATT32, and Serial/Modem. (
Thanks to sezero of Hexen 2: HoT port). (QDOS) CL_NODEMO. Disabled startup demos! You can also use -nodemo.
(QDOS) PQ_FULLPITCH and CL_FULLPITCH support.
(QWDOS) Menu options for V_CONTENTBLEND, NET_SHOWCHAT, and NET_SHOWGFX. These cvars will also be saved to your config.cfg.
F_VERSION reply. (QWDOS)
Players will emit a dynamic light and a spinning quad if they are typing, silver key if they are AFK, gold key if they are AFK and typing (only works on servers that support setinfo chat). (QWDOS) Typing and AFK broadcasting to servers that support it.
(QWDOS) /AFK to manually invoke AFK mode.
/NET_SHOWCHAT 1 to have the console (and top of the screen) tell you who is typing or AFK when it occurs. (QDOS) Gun model is still drawn with FOV over 90.
(QDOS) /V_CONTENTBLEND and a menu option for it. This cvar is also saved to your config.cfg.
/JOY_RECALIBRATE so you can recalibrate your joystick on-the-fly!
/V_CONTENTBLEND 0 now functions just like gl_polyblend (i.e. disabling powerup flashes, damage flashes, etc.).
-NOGUS parameter. Useful if you have two sound cards and want to disable initializing the Gravis Ultrasound.
Extended limits, you should be able to play most maps. (WARPSPASM mod will never be supported unless someone is willing to help with the code!)
Whew isn’t that great?
I’ll have to check to see how much of this I can backport to
You can download it, and more
here. And in the meantime I’ve put up my server on 220.127.116.11 … Enjoy!