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Sat Apr 30 18:11:11 CEST 2005
It's still not fully stable, card support is not great and it's only
configurable through regedit at the moment.
However it's all being worked on. Arty has done a fantastic job so far.
Actually lately no regedit is needed, as long as reactos registry supports your card only the dhcp software is needed, then everything is working... ...and soon the controlpanel app will be ready and everyone with a compatible card will be able to configure easy.
The thing that we really need is support for driver installation.
But on the other hand when we releas a new version we could transfer it to a usual textfile and put it on the welcome screen.
From: Gedi gedi at ntlworld.com
Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2005 15:21:39 +0200
To: ReactOS Development List ros-dev at reactos.com
Subject: Re: [ros-dev] 0.2.7?
> Michael B. Trausch wrote:
> >Uh... Networking?
> >I know at the very least *I* haven't seen ping working yet...
> Networking has been up and running since before christmas now.
> Along with the Mozilla control, you can now browse the web with ROS'
> built in ibrowser, or use something like dillo.
> There are many other programs running too, email, IRC too name but a few.
> >Networking support at the very least should be a staple for most overly
> >popular cards before you think about trying to require a web page be
> >displayed for something. Instead, put a static page on the CD that gets
> >copied to the installed system.
> It's still not fully stable, card support is not great and it's only
> configurable through regedit at the moment.
> However it's all being worked on. Arty has done a fantastic job so far.
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