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Software News   Software News : Frying Pan 1.0a
   posted by tomazkid on 1-Jan-2007 16:08:46 (5025 reads)
Frying Pan 1.0a has been released.
It is a CD/DVD burning program, with native versions for Amiga OS3, Amiga OS4, MorphOS and AROS.
FryingPan is shareware.

More info at Frying Pan homepage
    

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Re: Frying Pan 1.0a
Posted on 1-Jan-2007 16:13:18
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GrEaT just download and testing...New Year is starting great :) thanx Thomasz!


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I love this program! Now, native version ROCKS!

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Halleluja to the Fryingpan team.

Keep up the good work.

I'll send a token off appriciation asap.


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good news!

Downloading now, but please remind me just how do you burn a ISO image? I had to turn on my Window 2000 for the nice reliable NeroBurn to make my AmigaOS final CD.
Edited to add, looks quite a but different to the old one, I shall, investigate
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stephen:

It looks the same here, but i always used the skins so.

Well the only thing thats missing in this version (it seems) is the led's and the startup and close pictures.

As to burning a iso, i always used MakeCD for that but i always created bin+cue iso's with Fryingpan (to be used in FPSE).


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First proggie out of the 2007 trap !!

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Congrats! Nice work!

Is the OS4 native version supports the big (>4Gb) files now?

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Poster: Stephen_Robinson Date: 1-Jan-2007 9:35:39

good news!

Downloading now, but please remind me just how do you burn a ISO image? I had to turn on my Window 2000 for the nice reliable NeroBurn to make my AmigaOS final CD.
Edited to add, looks quite a but different to the old one, I shall, investigate
!


To burn ISO, you just need to add the ISO image file to the "Data/Audio Tracks" tab, under tracks section. Then, go to write, choose "cooked image," and click on "write."

At least this was the way it worked in version 0.41. I guess the same should apply to this version 1.0 too. Except, the "cooked image" button is not in the "write" section anymore, so it may be automatic now.

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Native versions


Oh, this is nice news!

This past week has been one of the best in years.

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After configuring, then restarting, I get "Atapi.device is not know and may cause errors".

In Settings, the "Export sessions as" selector is empty, and "Find DOS device" does nothing.

In Tracks / Data/Audio Tracks selecting anything causes "Assertion failed, reghook!=NULL, Occurence:Track.cpp Line 24" then crashes.

I tried to contact Tomasz before this release with questions about the program and registering, and got no reply


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lurkist:

u dont register fryingpan with tomasz , there is others who do that (paypal).

CLick this link for more information:

http://amigaworld.net/modules/news/article.php?storyid=2645


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Hmm, looks dodgy to me! Well if I can get the demo working better I might be tempted.

Is that "reghook" error to do with not being registered?

What exactly are the limitations of the demo?

Any news yet on possibilities of burning DVDs on classics with standard IDE (NOT fastata / powerflyer) This question is still unanswered. Could a registered user do some testing?

Cheers


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nice effort what crossdevelopment concerns . A version for all flavors


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Can a small change be made in the OS4 install script?

The default drawer is set to sys:tools which no longer exists as standard on OS4 final, please change it to sys:utilities


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Great news. An OS4 native version.


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> ... with native versions for Amiga OS3, Amiga OS4, ...

Thanks for the OS4 version. I'm going to try it out right now.

Kind regards,

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It installed to Utilities by defalt on my install.

re: harmful aiide device, have a look in sys:utilities/fryingpan/env/fryingpan/Optical.prefs

Where there's a file which describes what's harmful, including the standard CD location!

No I don't understand that one either...!

Still havn't burnt a cd, well, I don't do that much burning these days to be honest, but the program starts up dead fast, and the interface is cleaner that the old one

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"harmful = 0 - atapi.device"


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Well tried it, added the folders to ISO builder, and much to my suprise it burnt a CD, I was searching for a something.iso to be created!

Fast as well, good!

but it did come up with some error messages when I tried to add some folders to data/Audio tracks and crashed out the computer.

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