Posted 21 August 2011 - 09:02 PM
I'm just looking for some clarification as to what these new Common Modules are. Is this a method to eliminate the need to maintain separate release folders for our AutoPatcher downloads? Like, keep the updates common to all releases in one folder so that it might cut on the download size and yet still not confuse things too much (especially the troubleshooting part)?
Posted 21 August 2011 - 11:31 PM
about the "keep every script in one folder", that it's because the current apup can't handle too many scripts at same time. apup2 can deal with that, but it still has a few glitches with detections under x64 environtment. but that it's being tracked. with that, the need for one folder for each script will be gone. but certain actions must be taken to make that possible yet
Posted 28 August 2011 - 09:58 PM
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Posted 30 August 2011 - 11:43 PM
And you, Viroman .. sleep is overrated. Get back to work slacker, lol. Just kidding, we ain't goin' nowhere.
Posted 01 September 2011 - 01:56 PM
1 for each windows version, if i recall it well, i have one for windows xp starter, home and pro, vista x86, vista x64, w7 x86 and w7 x64. also, i have an windows 2k3 vm and an 2k8 vm, all that running in an obsolete athlon II x2, 4gb ram, integrated vga card and an dying thermaltake w008 (this one has to be replaced asap because it's really dying due old age and is starting to disconnect hds on the fly - i don't recall when i've ordered that, but i've changed from one home to another one 3 times since that. i'm in the current one since at least 4.5 years. in the last one, was 2 years or so and the same thing for the first one. so, that one has something like 9 years). i don't have all the OS's in place yet, because i'm running those vms in trial mode and all trials has an time bomb. the xp x64 vm died a few days ago. a few other ones will die soon, but at least takes just a few minutes to deploy those vms again. oh yes, i'm testing issues with av too. we already found an issue with NIS 2011, that i've bypassed in one vm, but i don't know if this worked in other systems. but i've found another one with KIS 2012 (no problem with 2011), that we are trying to figure yet. after that, more vms and more security suites to test with
my financial problems are being solved one by one now, but will take months to recover. at least, this month my wins will increase in about 30% and that will help a lot. i will order an power supply just to fix the immediate problems in a few days, but the problem about limited money is that you have to make concessions to everything work. at least, that system requires less than 100W to work. according to extreme power calculator, my system requires 383W in worst case scenario, so i will order something based on that. right now, i really don't care if in an future upgrade i will be forced to buy another one, but since i don't run recent games, i don't have any plans to that anyway
Edited by Cristiano, 01 September 2011 - 02:26 PM.
Posted 13 September 2011 - 12:20 PM
Posted 14 September 2011 - 12:32 PM
but thanks to your report, we are aware of that and so this can be fixed
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