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The Icon Bar: General: RPCEmu Networking
 
  RPCEmu Networking
  HeathHayle (19:09 29/3/2013)
  ad (19:25 29/3/2013)
  Bucksboy (20:19 29/3/2013)
    flibble (21:20 29/3/2013)
      HeathHayle (21:38 29/3/2013)
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                HeathHayle (17:11 30/3/2013)
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                  HeathHayle (15:22 31/3/2013)
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David Heath Message #122178, posted by HeathHayle at 19:09, 29/3/2013
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Does Rpcemu Networking work on Windows 7 Home Premium via Wifi? I have setup the networking both PC side and RiscOS side ifconfig -a shows the adapter. I have checked the log file that I read in a post the flibble has posted and its created the tunnel. I can't ping my router or the outside world in RiscoOS I am using RiscOS 3.71 but I was just thinking that maybe the networking doesn't via wifi so I thought I would check before I carry on trying getting it to work. thanks for your help from David Heath

[Edited by HeathHayle at 19:11, 29/3/2013]
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Andrew Duffell Message #122181, posted by ad at 19:25, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122178
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I've never got it working with RISC OS 5 on RPCEmu, despite following the instructions to set up a virtual adapter and network bridge. I use a wired connection on Windows 7 Pro.
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George Greenfield Message #122182, posted by Bucksboy at 20:19, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122178
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RPCEmu089/4.02 on Win7-64 networks well here via a wired connection to the network bridge; I've not tried using wifi, nor have I attempted to network 089/5.17, also installed on the Win7-64 PC. Hope this helps. Also, there's a fair amount on networking in the RPCEmu Archives, which might be worth a look:

http://www.riscos.info/pipermail/rpcemu/
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Peter Howkins Message #122184, posted by flibble at 21:20, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122182
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http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/manual/net-win.html

"Known Issues: You may not be able to bridge with a Wireless network, this all depends on various hardware support from your wireless network card."
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David Heath Message #122185, posted by HeathHayle at 21:38, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122184
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http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/manual/net-win.html

"Known Issues: You may not be able to bridge with a Wireless network, this all depends on various hardware support from your wireless network card."
I read that didn't know what that means in pratice
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Peter Howkins Message #122186, posted by flibble at 21:53, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122185
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http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/manual/net-win.html

"Known Issues: You may not be able to bridge with a Wireless network, this all depends on various hardware support from your wireless network card."
I read that didn't know what that means in pratice
It means "It might work, but then again maybe not".
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David Heath Message #122187, posted by HeathHayle at 22:19, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122186
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LOL! True but I thought if Windows can bridge it how would RPCEmu know if it was wired or wireless?
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Peter Howkins Message #122189, posted by flibble at 22:29, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122187
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LOL! True but I thought if Windows can bridge it how would RPCEmu know if it was wired or wireless?
RPCEmu doesn't know or care, it's due to not all windows wireless drivers supporting the bits needed for bridging. It affects all apps that use bridging.
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David Heath Message #122191, posted by HeathHayle at 22:56, 29/3/2013, in reply to message #122189
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I am not sure then all I know is then I right click both adapters then click bridge it bridges them (well at least I think it does)

[Edited by HeathHayle at 23:01, 29/3/2013]

[Edited by HeathHayle at 23:01, 29/3/2013]
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David Heath Message #122211, posted by HeathHayle at 17:11, 30/3/2013, in reply to message #122191
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Its not working via the cable either so I don't know whats happening I have tried both Riscos 3.71 and Riscos 4.02
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Eric Rucker Message #122212, posted by bhtooefr at 17:33, 30/3/2013, in reply to message #122189
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Out of curiosity (I think I've asked this in IRC before, too), but why isn't pcap being used?

It's certainly FAR easier to set pcap up (on both Windows or Linux), and it has none of the UDP issues or bridging issues that TUN/TAP has. Sure, you can't NAT it that way, but...

[Edited by bhtooefr at 17:34, 30/3/2013]
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Peter Howkins Message #122214, posted by flibble at 17:58, 30/3/2013, in reply to message #122212
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Out of curiosity (I think I've asked this in IRC before, too), but why isn't pcap being used?
I look forward to that patch from you.
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David Heath Message #122221, posted by HeathHayle at 15:22, 31/3/2013, in reply to message #122214
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I Can't get the networking to work I officially give up after 3 days of trying
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George Greenfield Message #122222, posted by Bucksboy at 17:16, 31/3/2013, in reply to message #122221
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What do you get when you type
ping -c 4 192.168.x.x [insert your gateway
address details in place of the 'x's]? It
should look like this ('x's in place of
specific address details):

*ping -c 4 192.168.x.x
PING 192.168.x.x (192.168.x.x): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.x.x: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=10 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.x.x: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.x.x: icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=0 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.x.x: icmp_seq=3 ttl=64 time=0 ms

--- 192.168.x.x ping statistics ---
4 packets transmitted, 4 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 0.000/2.500/10.000 ms
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David Heath Message #122223, posted by HeathHayle at 17:49, 31/3/2013, in reply to message #122222
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I don't believe it its working now the only diffrence I did was restart the computer after installing the TAP I didn't think that would have made a differance
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David Heath Message #122224, posted by HeathHayle at 18:07, 31/3/2013, in reply to message #122223
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nope its stopped working again I thought I would try it again on wireless didn't work so I reconnected the bridge on the LAN Adapter and its not working again!

[Edited by HeathHayle at 19:18, 31/3/2013]
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David Heath Message #122225, posted by HeathHayle at 18:15, 31/3/2013, in reply to message #122224
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got it working again I think you need to restart Windows every time you make a bridge change

[Edited by HeathHayle at 19:18, 31/3/2013]
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Andrew Duffell Message #122226, posted by ad at 19:53, 31/3/2013, in reply to message #122184
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http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/manual/net-win.html

"Known Issues: You may not be able to bridge with a Wireless network, this all depends on various hardware support from your wireless network card."
I can't network to a hardwired connection. -.-
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David Heath Message #122227, posted by HeathHayle at 22:36, 31/3/2013, in reply to message #122226
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http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/manual/net-win.html

"Known Issues: You may not be able to bridge with a Wireless network, this all depends on various hardware support from your wireless network card."
I can't network to a hardwired connection. -.-
do you mean that you can't get a wired connection to work with RPCEmu?
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Andrew Duffell Message #122228, posted by ad at 09:54, 1/4/2013, in reply to message #122227
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http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/manual/net-win.html

"Known Issues: You may not be able to bridge with a Wireless network, this all depends on various hardware support from your wireless network card."
I can't network to a hardwired connection. -.-
do you mean that you can't get a wired connection to work with RPCEmu?
Yes.
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David Heath Message #122229, posted by HeathHayle at 11:48, 1/4/2013, in reply to message #122228
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that's so annoying when that happens and I know! if you need any help let me know and I can try and help you if you want?
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Andrew Duffell Message #122230, posted by ad at 16:39, 1/4/2013, in reply to message #122229
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that's so annoying when that happens and I know! if you need any help let me know and I can try and help you if you want?
Thanks for the offer, but I'm not going to bother with it for now. I've got RO running on the Raspberry Pi, which seems to do enough for my needs.
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David Heath Message #122259, posted by HeathHayle at 19:56, 4/4/2013, in reply to message #122230
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Is it possible to get RPCEmu to startup in full screen?
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Peter Howkins Message #122261, posted by flibble at 21:17, 4/4/2013, in reply to message #122259
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Is it possible to get RPCEmu to startup in full screen?
No.
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David Heath Message #122278, posted by HeathHayle at 15:32, 5/4/2013, in reply to message #122261
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Oh ok thats a shame. I am trying to install RPCEmu on linux does it work on Knoppix? I am following the instructions on Riscos.info and I get to the point where I type ./configure --enable-dynarec and I get this error ./configure: line 4591: syntax error near unexpected token `,'
./configure: line 4591: ` AM_PATH_ALLEGRO(, , as_fn_error $? "building RPCemu requires Allegro to be installed" "$LINENO" 5)'

but I carn't find Allegro in synaptic package manager? or am I doing it wrong?

[Edited by HeathHayle at 17:14, 5/4/2013]
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Andrew Poole Message #122281, posted by andypoole at 17:09, 5/4/2013, in reply to message #122278

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am I doing it wrong?
Yes.

"building RPCemu requires Allegro to be installed" "$LINENO" 5)'

but I carn't find Allegro in synaptic package manager?
Follow the "building from source on linux/unix" instructions and it tells you what packages you need to be able to build it. Then, find a version that suits your distribution, or grab it from from the Allegro website.
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