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About belboz

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  1. You can mirror anything on that page. It has some Linux bootable dev cd's also.
  2. Nice list. For now use this link to go to my Jaguar files. http://www.hillsoftware.com/files/atari/jaguar/ I got rid of wordpress and haven't had time to set something else up.
  3. Developing in "C" in windows xp

    Nice work GroovyBee! Glad to see some people using the VBCC I threw together for the Jag. I really should update it. But to be honest I didn't think people were using it anymore. I may take some time in the coming weeks to update it.
  4. Getting started using C on the Jaguar

    My old jagdev archive on my site (the old Windows 9X tools) has all the old binaries from Atari. aln and mac are in there
  5. Getting started using C on the Jaguar

    Using Seb's library with VBCC proved to be problematic. It is fixable, but I never spent the time to mess with it. One thing you could use Starcat if you want to play with the removers library is my bootable Linux GUI CD on my website. You burn it to a CD and boot it with your PC. It loads up a fully working Linux based dev environment. It has working versions of mac,aln,rdbjag,wdb, smac,sln, vbcc, and gcc. The removers library is already installed and setup correctly. Also skunk tools too. It gives you a lot of options since you can use gcc, vbcc, mac/aln or smac/sln. I also include a GUI code editor which can call your makefiles and reset a skunkboard. Boots fully from CD and doesn't modify your HD. Although you can access you HD with it if you wish to build projects stored on your Windows partition. Here is a video of it in action. http://vimeo.com/7270758 The CD is on my site. http://www.hillsoftware.com
  6. Cd Encryption Via Skunkboard

    Its there now!
  7. Cd Encryption Via Skunkboard

    The link seems to be to the original archive still, no source. Unless I am missing something.
  8. Cd Encryption Via Skunkboard

    I wasn't referring to the ULS stuff. Not interested in that. I would rather encrypt my own CD knowing exactly what is on it, my own splash, etc. I was talking about the skunboard encryption code fix.
  9. Cd Encryption Via Skunkboard

    No rush. I will check it out when he posts the source. I don't encrypt many JagCD's anymore, but would be willing to port it to Linux/OS X if people want. Course if you guys are handling that, even better.
  10. Cd Encryption Via Skunkboard

    Would still like to see the skunkboard CD encryption program/code released. While the ULS sounds nice, I still like being able to encrypt my own CD.
  11. Reboot : 1 JagCD : 0

    Congrats on the release.
  12. Unpacking rout

    You going to make it part of your Removers Lib?
  13. skunkGUI released for Windows and OS X (x86/ppc)

    Just to announce that an OS X PPC version has been posted. Also I updated my OS X universal build of the jcp utility to the latest version. So if you prefer to use the command line jcp and haven't built the latest version yourself, you can download my build. Included in the archive for the jcp utility is the libusb drivers needed. Drivers for 10.4 10.5 and 10.6 are included. Enjoy!
  14. Everyone, I am happy to announce testing seems to have gone well. So I am releasing both the Windows and OS X (x86 only for now) version of skunkGUI. If you haven't heard of skunkGUI check out the following video for a brief demo of it. This version has more features than the one in the video, but it covers many features. http://www.vimeo.com/7416421 The Windows version has an installer that takes care of installation (and uninstall if you don't like it smile.gif ). The OS X version requires unzipping and dragging the Icon to your Apps folder. Everything is installed for you with Windows, and everything is bundled in the app on OS X. So fire it up, and enjoy. Let me know what you think of it. Go to the below URL and click on the downloads section. http://www.hillsoftware.com
  15. So did you try clicking on the K menu button bottom left of desktop, then go to development group, and then select scite? Does anything happen when you do that? Also try launching a konsole and then type "scite" and hit enter. Does it come up then?