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  1. fishman@panix.com

    TCC v22 & the Windows 10 Console

    You are right again. I do not use the normal file structure. I run TakeCommand from a directory in root because I have been doing that since I started with 4DOS in 1987. And I only use TCC. The .Ini file is in ProgramData. Thanks.
  2. fishman@panix.com

    TCC v22 & the Windows 10 Console

    You're right. There is one dated 2015 and it's in a directory from 4nt in 2013. Should I move the file to the current directory?
  3. fishman@panix.com

    TCC v22 & the Windows 10 Console

    I received the email about the problems with ANSI and Win10 and I have a problem with it. I do not have a TCMD.ini file. I do have a 4start.cmd file from about 30 years ago. The contents are @echo off prompt `%@lower[%_disk]`:$g path=%path%;c:\Program...
  4. fishman@panix.com

    Tutorial?

    Some more constraints - I do not use TC; only TCC. Kermit 95 is a graphical program and not at all what I want. I do have a way of scripting Telnet commands - my Emacs-like editor (Epsilonc) is quite capable of doing that with built-in Telnet. The problem with that is that I want to end up at a...
  5. fishman@panix.com

    Tutorial?

    My email account is at panix.com (I buy my IP from Cablevision). I Telnet to panix for interaction. This involves the Telnet command and when panix answers I have to type in my name. They then ask for my password. I want to create one command that Telnets, waits for the answer, sends my name...
  6. fishman@panix.com

    Tutorial?

    Is there a tutorial available on script writing? Specifically I am interested in writing a script that interacts with a Web site.
  7. fishman@panix.com

    Migrating Settings?

    When I upgrade to a new version of TcmD is there an easy way to migrate the settings from the old version to the new? For instance, I just bought Version 22 and I need to migrate the settings from Version 21 and that will be a PAIN to do it manually.
  8. fishman@panix.com

    Version 21.23 fails to install

    O.K. V24 installed. The secret seems to have been to reboot Windows.
  9. fishman@panix.com

    Version 21.23 fails to install

    Yes, it reproduces from a saved copy of the .23 update and the same thing happens with the .24 update. I did not look at the log file for the .24 update, but I got a similar error message. One difference that I did note was that the .23 installer said that it needed 22 MB of disk space but the...
  10. fishman@panix.com

    Version 21.23 fails to install

    Log should be attached.
  11. fishman@panix.com

    Windows Installer failing again...

    Hmm, the installer seemingly did not like Tuesdays. I ran it again this morning from the Option/u entry and it installed cleanly.
  12. fishman@panix.com

    Windows Installer failing again...

    I did a cut and paste on your suggested command line and I also tried msiexec /i "d:\tcmd20\tcmdx64.msi" ROOTDRIVE="C:\" TARGETDIR="C:\4nt6\" with the exact same result.
  13. fishman@panix.com

    Windows Installer failing again...

    First, I save the files with the version appended in the file name i.e. tcmd38.exe or tcmdx6438.msi. These files are saved to D:\tcmd20. When I try to run the .msi file, either directly or the "msiexec" method, I get a nastygram "Could not access network location JPSoft\TCMD20". What does that...
  14. fishman@panix.com

    Windows Installer failing again...

    Attached is the logfile
  15. fishman@panix.com

    OT: nice tool

    When I try to install it the Windows Installer sends me a Nastygram that the installation failed because my system has not been modified. What does that mean? Harvey