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Re: [StrongED] Re: MiniTime on ARMX6



In message <f22697f255.pnyoung@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
          Peter Young <pnyoung@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On 22 Dec 2016  Chris Johnson <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>> In article <0ae781f255.pnyoung@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>>    Peter Young <pnyoung@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Module is: Toolbox         1.52 (17 Jan 2003)

>> That seems an old version - is it ARMv7 compatible?

> No idea, but no other app has complained. Transient, which is always
> running needs, Toolbox. So presumably it is!

>> My ARMX6 has Toolbox v. 1.57 (18 Jun 2016) in ROM. Why are you using
>> an old version?

> Short answer: no idea! An extract of Verma's output is:

> 105   -       Dormant    Toolbox    1.57
>   -     98    Loaded     Toolbox    1.52 (17 Jan 2003)

> but I have no idea why this should have happened.

> [big snip]

> I've been enlisting the help of TextSeek, and have found a directory
> in $.Apps.Bak, no idea how it got there. It contains one Obey file
> which says:

> BootRun BootResources:Configure.!UnplugTbox.Resources.UnplugTbox

> but there's no sign of a directory called !UnplugTbox in
> Boot.Resources.Configure. Is it likely that this Obey file would be
> run during start-up? And can I delete it without fear of dreadful
> consequences? If so, I think the problem is solved. What I don't
> understand is how that directory and file got there. I must have put
> it there, but I have no memory of doing so, and can't think of a
> reason why I should have done.

I also have V1.57. The difference between my system and yours may be 
Transient. Does that include a version of the toolbox module within 
itself, which it runs at startup? If so, that would prevent a later 
version from starting.

> My brain still hurts!

> Best wishes,

> Peter.



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Alan Adams, from Northamptonshire
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