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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2022-10-13 10:04 AM
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For the BE-300/500, the H/PC 2000 version was what I had in mind in my last post. That version works best with the 240x320 portrait display, even with VB apps written for Pocket PCs. But for those one would still need to add MSCEMenuBar.dll from the Pocket PC version to make menus work in conjunction with aygshell.dll. (And even then only Dic's 22k aygshell for MIPS seems to produce working menus in conjunction with MSCEMenuBar.dll.)
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2022-11-08 2:07 PM
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torch - 2022-10-12 5:11 PM

I tried installing the CE2.0 on my MobilePro 790 (without replacing the .dll files) but it hung at the "Creating Registry" part so I soft reset it. tried going into \Windows and trying the pvbload prog but it just hangs.


Coming back to this as I am conscious that we need to work out which dll registration is hanging as all of those cab's will be doing it.

Attached are the HPC2000 MIPS dll's in individual cab's. Could you please let me know which cause the problem in creating registry and which do not. Thanks



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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-11-24 6:53 AM
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I haven't been able to try it out yet, but I will soon!

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thenzero found some software for me to add to the SCL, but the extension for the pocket vb is funky. (it's from an HPC Magazine demo CD)
Here's an example file name:
Do I need to rename the extension or just upload as is? It's more of Vicent Colura's PVB progs (I'll make sure I don't upload duplicates)

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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2022-11-25 3:34 AM
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That's probably a typo. Some of Vincent Collura's apps have the .pvb extension on the end twice for some reason, and it's written just like that except with a 'b' at the very end (ChequeBook.pvb..pvb). Just add that last 'b' before uploading them.
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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2022-11-25 4:13 AM
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I have used my Debian Terminal to print out the strings inside. Here is the screenshot of it.
I believe that proves it is indeed .pvb. I have looked in side .pvb before and it looked similar.

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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-11-25 4:15 AM
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CE Geek: Thank you! I corrected them and added to the SCL

Stingraze: That's awesome! I didn't know you could do that. I love Debian! aha
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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2022-11-25 4:16 AM
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yeah, I just used "cat" command.
I think sometimes a command called "strings" is useful to see what kind of strings are in a binary etc., but it wasn't useful for this.

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