[RC5] cross-platform question
mhary at club-internet.fr
Sun Mar 11 10:32:14 EST 2001
What you need is just to setup a proxy on windows and use it to
update with dnet. Then configure your clients to use you this proxy
and specify small buffers have all the work saved in the proxy's buffer.
To update with the windows proxy, configure it in automatic or run it
as a standard app (not service) and use Ctrl-Pause to force the update.
With the proxy you can also connect more computers in a snap!
Works fine that way for me.
Member of Team Fuzion!
Shaun O'Neil wrote:
> Can anybody tell me if the two buffer files (ie buff-in.rc5 & buff-out.rc5)
> use the same format in the win32 and linux binaries?
> my problem is that I can only access the net through windows due to a
> soft-modem, but I spend most my time in linux. If I sync the two copies of
> the buffers on my way in and out of linux, will it still work?
> What i'm aiming for is the work to be done under linux, but using the
> windows client to update with d.net.
> (or I could get a job & get a _real_ modem)
> And I will do all these good works, and I will do them for free.
> My only reward will be a tombstone that says "Here lies Gomez Addams - he
> was good for nothing".
> - The Addams Family
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