New to RC5
I just got on the RC5 proj last night, and I have a few questions.
1.) When my e-mail is registered, will the work I have done up to that point count for the sysopt team once I join it?
2.) On the sysopt join page (the one at sysopt, not dnet) the client looks like it has a graphical interface. I downloaded what I thought was the latest client, but it has text only interface.
3.) My client allows me only to control it by rightclicking, from there I have some options, but I can't enter commands that are listed in the help file that came w/the client.
Thanks for any help, just tell me to slap myself for being so dumb, and I'll do it!
D.net have stopped supporting the GUI client due to bugs which weren't in the CLI (text) based client.
I believe someone on the team has GUI clients for download. Ii have a few, and if no-one else already has one, I'll put it up on my server.
[This message has been edited by bkehoe (edited 10-20-1999).]
I have the last of the "gui" cracking cleints on my server. you can get it from www.aros.net/~mntsnow/rc5des-win32-x86-gui.exe ( I plan on leaving the client on the server for only a week or so more as I will be needing the webspace for my site)
I have never had problem this GUI client and I run it on all 3 of my machines. I have 2 linux machines that run the text based clients and wish they had a gui version for linux also. (I just kinda like the gui versions although the CLI version is a touch faster in processing the blocks
Welcome to the team!
Will I need to delete the text version I have now, or will it install over the text (I think it will, just want to be sure-I don't like win 98 and the way it messes things up when you delete things manually like I'd have to for this.)?
Also, in the text version, all i can type in the configure until is the command numbers, and a few alphs under a few things. Where can I use commands?
You can use the commands in a dos window.
> rc5des -config
> rc5des -update
The cli version doeosn't create files or exist outside of it's folder or inside of the registry. The older gui version is still buffer compatible with the present cli versions. But it won't be like that for much longer. So you can just install it into the same directory and run rc5desg instead.
The gui version is just a buggy facemask hiding a cli version and comes with a fancy installer. And it doesn't support the new contests (OGR,CSC). So you will have to switch once they start. If you want to switch I have two versions left.
Just as fast as the CLI
Slower but less buggy.
The pproxy stats ftp has all versions, since DES-II, of the clients and pproxies for most OSs. Soon i'll get around to filling it back up with other useful things. But you can find all d.net stuff in the dcti folder.
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