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Old 02 February 2018, 11:31   #341
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Ehrm... I can assure you phreaking worked perfectly well in Belgium... Bluebox / PBX / VMX / Calling cards / Credit cards / 3rd party billing / partylines... I was told -cough- we had them all.
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Old 02 February 2018, 12:06   #342
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95%... Great work. Touching the finish line...

(then the big job clean up and classification etc.)

Thanks again people.
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Old 02 February 2018, 15:27   #343
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BS1 part 27.txt:PhonepakV2_d1.adf
BS1 part 27.txt:PhonepakV2_d2.adf
BS1 part 27.txt:PhonepakV2_d3.adf
BS1 part 51.txt:Phone-dialer v1.2.adf
BS1 part 56.txt:Phonepak 2.0.adf
The second and third PhonePak disks in part 56 are "Messages 1 lha.adf" and "Messages 2 lha.adf"
(Sorting ADFs by file date can give clues as to what's part of a set when they're not well-named.)
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Old 02 February 2018, 15:53   #344
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Disable fake fast/slow ram and use KS1.2
Hardly worth the effort - The Title doesn't really portray the game so you're safe there. Just 3 short adult sex joystick wiggle games except the last that ends with a slice of sickness. No biggy for anyone concerned. Pretty comical and possibly made just for the shock value back then.
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Old 02 February 2018, 16:27   #345
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here is parts 1 - 77

www.kipper2k.com/bs1_1-77.txt

there are some games that are duplicated in name, so i renamed them with a (2) at the end as they may be a different version and need to be included in the list
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Old 02 February 2018, 20:13   #346
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here is parts 1 - 77
#78 just arrived --> 98%
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Old 02 February 2018, 21:58   #347
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Some random notes...
Part 62: Rules Disk 2.adf is "Rules of Engagement: Mission Disk 1"

Part67: Soundfactory.adf and Instr.adf are a 2-disk set.
Soundfactory d1.adf and Soundfactory d2.adf are the same program.

Instr.adf and Soundfactory d2.adf are identical. However Soundfactory.adf and Soundfactory d1.adf differ. The only AmigaDOS-level difference is in the .info file (and root block datestamp). Most likely Soundfactory d1.adf is the "original" since its .info datestamp matches the rest of the files.
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Old 02 February 2018, 22:00   #348
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Some random notes...
Part 62: Rules Disk 2.adf is "Rules of Engagement: Mission Disk 1"

Part67: Soundfactory.adf and Instr.adf are a 2-disk set.
Soundfactory d1.adf and Soundfactory d2.adf are the same program.

Instr.adf and Soundfactory d2.adf are identical. However Soundfactory.adf and Soundfactory d1.adf differ. The only AmigaDOS-level difference is in the .info file (and root block datestamp). Most likely Soundfactory d1.adf is the "original" since its .info datestamp matches the rest of the files.
I have ruled out those problems out in the clean archives.
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Old 03 February 2018, 00:22   #349
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#79 --> Progress: 98,04%

5 Lightwave Tutorial disks, nice
these are on the DMS-LHA BBS archive already. AlphaVideo Lightwave disks

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Old 03 February 2018, 00:45   #350
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here is parts 1 - 79

www.kipper2k.com/bs1_1-79.txt

there are some games that are duplicated in name, so i renamed them with a (2) at the end as they may be a different version and need to be included in the list

(it is up to 10.67GB uncompressed)
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Old 03 February 2018, 00:56   #351
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So, all the adf-able disks are done. Waiting for a friend’s kryoflux to do the remaining 240 nibble copies and disks with errors.
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Old 03 February 2018, 01:01   #352
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So, all the adf-able disks are done. Waiting for a friend’s kryoflux to do the remaining 240 nibble copies and disks with errors.
thanks again and thanks alot, to all involved
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Old 03 February 2018, 05:12   #353
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So, out of the 12K+ disks, how many were "new" to TOSEC (at first glance)?
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Old 03 February 2018, 13:59   #354
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this has been just an incredible effort from you guys
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Old 04 February 2018, 13:08   #355
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Got a Kryoflux from a friend to use to do the remaining 2 boxes of nibble copies and disks with errors. These will be raw images so if you want to check these out, get winuae and take a look at the download section of the Kryoflux homepage on how to try these. I added an afterburner USA raw image so you can test it and prepare yourself for those last two boxes ...
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Nice work Simon, Stef & Lepa.. I will be starting a diskripper thread sometime in the near future, please all get together to form an opinion on how it could be better. I have some changes noted, but far more interested in real world opinions of people who have sat around for hours using it
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Old 04 February 2018, 15:24   #357
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So, out of the 12K+ disks, how many were "new" to TOSEC (at first glance)?
Run against latest TOSEC & UnRenamed (2018-01-01), 8,288 disks remain undatted here at my end.
That's quite a bunch, thanks again SimonV & Co.
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Got a Kryoflux from a friend to use to do the remaining 2 boxes of nibble copies and disks with errors. These will be raw images so if you want to check these out, get winuae and take a look at the download section of the Kryoflux homepage on how to try these. I added an afterburner USA raw image so you can test it and prepare yourself for those last two boxes ...
I've never used kryoflux to write a raw image back to floppy using my kryoflux, is there a standard command ?

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Got a Kryoflux from a friend to use to do the remaining 2 boxes of nibble copies and disks with errors. These will be raw images so if you want to check these out, get winuae and take a look at the download section of the Kryoflux homepage on how to try these. I added an afterburner USA raw image so you can test it and prepare yourself for those last two boxes ...

I downloaded the free Kryoflux software from their website and it only seems to allow the creation of raw files of disks.

When I attempted to insert the raw image you supplied, i got a pop up that says I need the SPS pluggin from SoftPres.org. So I went there and the only software I could find was for IPF so i installed that (copy the supplied .device to devs:. Now when I insert the raw image, I no longer get that pop-up but no disk ever shows up in WB - DOPUS reports no DOS disk in DF0: with the raw files inserted.

I'm not at all sure I'm doing things correctly - if anyone has had success with this, please let me know what needs to be done in WinUEA.


http://www.softpres.org/download
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Old 04 February 2018, 16:57   #360
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You don't need/want any Amiga-side software for accessing raw dumps in WinUAE. Kryoflux FREE is for creating raw dumps using an actual Amiga.

If you download the latest Windows user library in there is CAPSImg.dll which you can copy to your WinUAE program directory. Then, choosing a .raw file for DF0: should "just work".
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