[cdvdburn] Re: Happy new year!

  • From: "T.W.H. Fockens" <Koos.Fockens@xxxxxx>
  • To: cdvdburn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2013 18:07:24 +0100

Dear Steffen,

I am certainly interessted in further developments on CDVDBurn. Of course
there should be payable upgrades.

Now still running an Iyonix plus 2 RispPCs. In the very near future I will
start-up a system with Beagleboard xM.

Best wishes for 2013,

Koos Fockens


On 02 Jan, Ross McGuinness <farmstay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In message <0B976A93C9E998418EAE8051EC39056B774FF5@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>           David Lane <D_Lane@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Happy New Year from the South West of Australia where we have recorded 
> the hottest day on record today (for our part of the world)- 40.9C 
> further up the coast Perth recorded 42.9C?!? and ended the year 2012 
> with the longest run of hot days since the 1940s (consecutive days 
> over 100F) Rainfall for 2012 at around 66% of the long term average 
> and the minimum and maximum temperature averages several degrees above 
> usual means we are in for a long and dry summer - next good rain in 
> April - maybe!

> Steffen kindly sent me his beta software to test on my ARMini but it 
> proved unreliable and I forwarded the reports to him. I'm using a 
> CD/DVD burner supplied by RComp.

> There are still some of us keeping the faith and with the sales of 
> raspberry pi approaching the million mark there may be some new blood 
> injected. The RPi forums have had some positive comment about aspects 
> of RISC OS Pi - and some suggestions for improvement. There appear to 
> some people returning after an absence of years and others trying out 
> an operating system that seems ideally suited to the raspberry pi.

> Keep up the good work Steffen and I for one am willing to pay for an 
> upgrade - even if the final solution may be to come at a later date. 
> If it will help you along then let me know how much to kick in now! 
> :-)

> > ________________________________________
> > From: cdvdburn-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [cdvdburn-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] on
> > behalf of Steffen Huber [steffen@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
> > Sent: 31 December 2012 15:13
> > To: cdvdburn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: [cdvdburn] Happy new year!

> > Hi,

> > so the year 2012 is almost over, and nothing much happened on the
> > CDVDBurn front. Sorry for that.

> > I have high hopes that 2013 will be different. Really.

> > The problem is: all I have done in recent years is not really fit for
> > release.
> > The Blu-Ray support. The USB support. The CD/DVD Extractor feature.
> > Compatibility
> > with recent drives (especially DVD is a problem - CD and Blu-Ray
> > usually works).

> > The possible exception is ARMv6/ARMv7 compatibility, but this is worthless
> > without working USB support.

> > So anyone interested in buying an upgrade to get some half-baked solution
> > for their Beagle/Panda/Raspberry?

> > I also started a project called "Isofier" which is a Java app that can 
> > create
> > a true RISC OS CD (i.e. all filetypes intact) from a PC filing system, e.g.
> > from a HostFS directory written to by RPCEmu or Virtual-RPC. Of course it 
> > can
> > also create plain old ISO/Joliet images if you want. It is already
> > usable from
> > the command line but lacks a good GUI. Anyone interested in that?

> > What I do have finished is a Java app that transforms a CDVDBurn-style
> > image directory into a
> > PC-and-every-os-that-supports-more-than-2GB-per-file-style
> > image file. Anyone interested in that?

> > Whatever you think, I wish you all a happy new year, and keep the faith.

> > Steffen

> > --
> > Steffen Huber           LambdaComm System - Welcome to Trollinger Country
> > steffen@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Private homepage http://www.huber-net.de/

> > Hi Steffen,

> > Happy New Year to you too from 'Down Under'. If you are on Central
> > European Time,
> > we started the New Year about 9 hours ahead of you here in Townsville,
> > Queensland,
> > birthplace of Julian Assange! Christmas seemed odd with blazing hot sun and
> > temperatures of around 33C.

> > Regarding your software, thanks very much for everything you have done
> > so far. I
> > have used CDVDBurn successfully.

> > I would like a version of CDVDBurn for my BeagleBoard and my
> > Raspberry-Pi and will
> > pay for it.
> > I rarely use emulation (due to concentrating on my Beagle and
> > Raspberry-Pi), but I do
> > have a recent emulator and it would be fun to try the Isoflier (?  :-)
> > ) Java app, it sounds
> > so fast.
> > I can't think of any uses that I would have for the last Java app as
> > you have described it.

> > Yes, I am keeping the faith apart form occasional Linux deviance. May
> > I be forgiven! :-)

> > Cheers,
> > David Lane

-- 
Ir. T.W.H. Fockens
Kieftweg 1
7165BR Rietmolen

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