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Saturday, August 19th
9:30 AM - 1 PM

After last month's meeting Rocky and Steven did some more analysis of Rocky's Readerware problem. We will review the somewhat disappointing results and discuss what we can do next.

The SCOUG website has a new home. Steven will tell us about it.

Peter is going to show us what he can do with rsync.

Peter has uncovered yet more 4OS2 vs. CMD.EXE functional differences. We will see what kind of workarounds we can come up with.

ArcaOS 5.0.1 has been out for a while so we might discuss it, if there's sufficient interest and time. If Steven is lucky, we will have time to install it into a VPC test VM, which he has been planning to do the last month or so.

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