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 11 
 on: March 09, 2020, 12:34:13 pm 
Started by drybones99 - Last post by rayarachelian
So at first glance the conversion failed, there's not supposed to be this many MDDF's (this is like the superblock).
Pls do me a favor and upload the BLU file and not the dc42 either here if it will let you, or over on 68kmla.

thanks.

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Found allocation bitmap block at sector #0027(39)
Found allocation bitmap block at sector #0028(40)
Found allocation bitmap block at sector #0029(41)
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #0026(  38) fsversion:11
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #0134( 308) fsversion:11
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #258a(9610) fsversion:00
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #258b(9611) fsversion:ffff
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #258c(9612) fsversion:ffaa
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #258d(9613) fsversion:ffff
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #258e(9614) fsversion:ffff
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #258f(9615) fsversion:9009
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2590(9616) fsversion:9009
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2591(9617) fsversion:4d4c
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2932(10546) fsversion:3900
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2933(10547) fsversion:ff3d
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2934(10548) fsversion:ffff
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2935(10549) fsversion:f3f
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2936(10550) fsversion:2002
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2937(10551) fsversion:ffff
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2938(10552) fsversion:ffff
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2939(10553) fsversion:fff0
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #293a(10554) fsversion:7273
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #293b(10555) fsversion:fffe
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #293c(10556) fsversion:4d50
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #293d(10557) fsversion:fff8
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #293e(10558) fsversion:08
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #293f(10559) fsversion:fff8
MDDF (Superblock) found at sector #2940(10560) fsversion:fff0

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 on: March 09, 2020, 12:13:41 pm 
Started by drybones99 - Last post by rayarachelian
Hi, and welcome!

I've downloaded the widget BLU image from the 68kmla thread, and will take a look at the conversion output. BLU has its own format, which isn't the same as raw, but close.

Currently the two candidates are that I suspect, is it either has to do with interleave or perhaps the widget boot loader is different than the profile one. It's also possible that there's some horrible bug in the blu-to-dc42 tool.

 13 
 on: March 08, 2020, 04:52:48 pm 
Started by drybones99 - Last post by drybones99
I recently asked this question at 68kmla.org, but I was told to come here. I was recently able to transfer, using BLU (Basic Lisa Utility), a raw disk image of the Widget hard drive in my Lisa 2/10. However, I have been unable to get this disk image to be bootable in either LisaEm or IDLE. It is at this point that I turn to this forum for any suggestions on how I could possibly get this raw disk image to work in any Lisa emulator.

More information about my attempts can be found here in this thread:
https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/topic/59047-is-there-any-way-to-use-a-blu-widget-disk-image-with-an-emulator/

 14 
 on: March 03, 2020, 11:48:08 am 
Started by rayarachelian - Last post by rayarachelian
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Do I need to compile the widgets again?  If so, is there a way to copy (archive off) the version that works.  Like thru SBM?  I did use the Raspian SD card copy feature to copy the SD card, but I was wondering if there is a way to compile or work in "Development" as it were, while having a working LisaEm copy?

You only need to do that if something on the GTK side has changed - this will usually only happen when you upgrade the OS - but usually only on a major version, or if you haven't already compiled it with SDL and wish to enable sound.

Once you get a good known version of LisaEm that you're happy with, you can do
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sudo ./build.sh clean build install and that will then install it to /usr/local/bin/lisaem.

You can then do
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git pull; ./build.sh clean build to test updated versions, and if you like the changes and don't notice any issues, you can repeat the install. But note that
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sudo ./build.sh may change ownership of the object and binaries to root, so you may need to do something like
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sudo chown -R pi ./lisaem from the directory above it to fix it.

Also note that I'm close to doing another push to github in a few days, likely before Monday. Your patience might be rewarded, or not, depending on how many old bugs I fix vs new ones I intoduce. :-D

 15 
 on: March 02, 2020, 06:40:35 pm 
Started by rayarachelian - Last post by berskyboy
Hey Mark,

I pushed some new code last night to https://github.com/rayarachelian/lisaem.git (master branch) - there are still windowing bugs, but perhaps this has enough fixes to solve your issues on the Rpi.

Hope it helps.
Cheers,
--Ray

Hi Ray,

Do I need to compile the widgets again?  If so, is there a way to copy (archive off) the version that works.  Like thru SBM?  I did use the Raspian SD card copy feature to copy the SD card, but I was wondering if there is a way to compile or work in "Development" as it were, while having a working LisaEm copy?

Thanks,
Mark

 16 
 on: February 25, 2020, 08:30:14 pm 
Started by rayarachelian - Last post by rayarachelian
https://rockybergen.com/whatsnew/2020/2/19/before-macintoch-the-apple-lisa-documentary-intro-sequence

 17 
 on: February 23, 2020, 10:02:06 am 
Started by rayarachelian - Last post by rayarachelian
Apple announced that the Mac XL was cancelled on April 29, 1985

 18 
 on: February 23, 2020, 09:37:09 am 
Started by rayarachelian - Last post by rayarachelian
Hey Mark,

I pushed some new code last night to https://github.com/rayarachelian/lisaem.git (master branch) - there are still windowing bugs, but perhaps this has enough fixes to solve your issues on the Rpi.

Hope it helps.
Cheers,
--Ray

 19 
 on: February 23, 2020, 09:32:07 am 
Started by rayarachelian - Last post by rayarachelian
MacFolklore Radio has a Larry Tesler Memoriam Episode here:

    https://macfolkloreradio.com/2020/02/21/larry-tesler-legacy-of-the-lisa.html
    https://macfolkloreradio.com/episodes/mfr028-larry-tesler-legacy-of-the-lisa.mp3

It has these links in the show notes:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OW-atKrg0T4 Larry’s presentation on the development and testing of the Lisa user interface
    https://youtu.be/-syl7m_i-80?t=956 Bill Atkinson speaking about making modal interfaces useful.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3ZLS_fHuIo Larry’s days at Apple from the Steve Jobs Legacy Panel, 2011
    https://archive.org/details/MacWorld_8509_September_1985/page/n18/mode/1up Larry Tesler's Legacy of the Lisa article from MacWorld September 1985.

 20 
 on: February 20, 2020, 02:54:26 pm 
Started by rayarachelian - Last post by rayarachelian

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