In article <3ca1b94c56.DaveMeUK@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Dave Higton <dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Well blow me down. If you're reading this, MSC has sent it via an
SSL connection to my email service provider's SMTP server.
Shortly after I started playing with that, my Iyonix decided it didn't
like any new PSU I gave it. So I switched to a Pi. Which was a complete
disaster as far as networking was concerned.
Curious. Networking "just works" for pretty much everybody who
runs RISC OS on a Pi (if they can get RISC OS to run at all, that
is). Problems with bits failing to work are normally caused by
inadequate power. Either your PSU isn't appropriately rated, or
it isn't able to give its rated current (this seems to be a common
problem with power supplies), or the cabling between PSU and Pi is
inadequate, or the internal fuse in the Pi's power line is dropping
too much voltage.
The source is an ObjASM file, unfortunately (?). I'll send you a copy,
if you're interested, but it depends on my personal build setup and I'll
have to sort of dig that up...
Written in assembly language? You masochist, you.
But a man of your calibre could easily add a BASIC version of its
functionality to AntiSpam, I'm certain.