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Networking / How to automate upload single file to my domain?
« Last post by MIRKOSOFT on Today at 04:21:05 PM »

I was using uploading file to OneDrive periodically by Task Scheduler and commands in BAT file.

Is possible to upload file to my domain (using FTP) by BAT commands file?

Thank you for explaining.
Used application is designed for MS-DOS and Windows 3x - Windows 95...

So I think it can work with FAT32.

Computer software / Re: Scratch 3 on Windows 7 and 8.1?
« Last post by BC_Programmer on Today at 02:55:36 PM »
I cannot find any way to even install scratch 3.0. Everything I find seems to *claim* there is a 3.0 offline version, and directs me to https://scratch.mit.edu/download, but that appears to download 1.2.1.  I didn't notice at first, but copying the contents of C:\Users\BC_Programming\AppData\Local\Programs\scratch-desktop to a Win7 computer in the same location and it runs fine. However, so does the installer. If the executable version number is any indicator, I think it is 1.2.1. The online version works fine on Windows 7 via Chrome.
Other / Re: VR conversions
« Last post by DaveLembke on Today at 02:17:34 PM »
A camera of a live stream is placed pointing in one direction and doesnt move so not sure how VR would work with this, non movement, non depth changing video.

I would think you would need a robot to move and point the camera in the direction your looking to have anything along these lines and then there is the issue of picture quality and the bandwidth it would take to make it crystal clear.

Computer software / Re: Scratch 3 on Windows 7 and 8.1?
« Last post by DaveLembke on Today at 02:09:41 PM »

For Scratch to run properly, the following minimum system requirements are needed:[1]

Windows 10 or later or macOS 10.13 or later, though users have reported successfully running the editor on Windows 7

Curious what dependency is needed for it to work on 7. If I have some time tonight I will try to install it to a spare Windows 7 system. If I run into troubles i will try the install to a Windows 10 build and try the thumb drive placement from 10 to 7 system to see if it works or not.

I haven't played with Scratch in a while. My daughter was learning how to program at school with it and I ended up putting either Scratch 1.4 or 2.0 on her computer to play with it in her free time a few years ago. Maybe an earlier build of 3.0 worked on 7 and a later revised build of 3.0 killed off its ability to run on 7.  :-\
He also insists on usin DOS 7.1 thru all these headaches instead of finding and purchasing DOS 6.22...

Just sayin.
it sounds like you got the functionality backwards. LOCK allows direct disk access. UNLOCK disallows it, as seen by LOCK /? and UNLOCK /?.

Remember that most DOS applications are not designed to work with FAT32,  using those applications with a FAT32 drive will cause problems.
Salmon he's usin FAT 32...it states there the procedure only works per FAT 16

Just noticed that may only apply to recovery...
@patio: Yes.

@Mirkosoft: have you any deleted files in the undelete queue?

undelete /list

undelete /purge

unlock L:
(where L is your drive letter)

Note: I do not have an Win95/98 MS-DOS volume to try this on.

Look here, go down the page to the UNLOCK command notes


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