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SharkVader66

Kernelex stuff

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Hi,

I am kinda confused on how to implement stubs and add system file updates, I have kernelex 4.5.2 installed and an unofficial update http://retrosystemsrevival.blogspot.com/2018/05/kernelex-45201617-updates, also how can I run java 8 on windows 98?

How do I add this stuff?

https://msfn.org/board/topic/157173-kext-diy-kernelex-extensions/

https://msfn.org/board/topic/173302-kernelex-auxiliary-dll-updates/

Here is a download link if those don't work: https://mega.nz/#!X9BBTKjI!lYuFgXZe57ccoX_YQJo9UkP2XCvMEPC6ad9klVGPdZY

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Posted (edited)

One question though will I be able to install java 8 if I install all that

edit: do I also have to run the .reg file and is this all compatible with kernelex 4.5.2019.24

Edited by SharkVader66

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1 hour ago, SharkVader66 said:

One question though will I be able to install java 8 if I install all that

edit: do I also have to run the .reg file and is this all compatible with kernelex 4.5.2019.24

Run the included registry file that's only in the "For KernelEx" folder. Running the file applies adding a few dll's to KernelEx's known library of dll's.

I am testing my own system and every file appears to be working. No errors or issues have popped up.

Edited by FantasyAcquiesce

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12 hours ago, FantasyAcquiesce said:

Run the included registry file that's only in the "For KernelEx" folder. Running the file applies adding a few dll's to KernelEx's known library of dll's.

I am testing my own system and every file appears to be working. No errors or issues have popped up.

ok I will test for myself

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On 4/5/2020 at 5:18 PM, FantasyAcquiesce said:

Run the included registry file that's only in the "For KernelEx" folder. Running the file applies adding a few dll's to KernelEx's known library of dll's.

I am testing my own system and every file appears to be working. No errors or issues have popped up.

Hi! Hmm... I tried this in my Windows Me installation with this version of kernelex: https://retrosystemsrevival.blogspot.com/2018/05/kernelex-45201617-updates.html

But after I followed the steps, some programs that where working just show this error when i try to open them:

error.png.018a856168f46b89fa701a525cfa1262.png

 

I did something wrong?

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If you installed and test latest core updates, then Kstub822 is obsolete! What order do you have in the Core.ini ([BASE]
contents=std,kexbasen,kexbases). It matters whether the Kstub822 is at the front or the back of the contents line. With Kstub you should test iunsupported API's. If you don't want test, you better remove Kstub822 from that line. And also look for

--- Legacy modes for older registry settings and Ktree9 ---

[DCFG1]
inherit=BASE
contents=std,kexbasen,kexbases

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9 hours ago, schwups said:

If you installed and test latest core updates, then Kstub822 is obsolete! What order do you have in the Core.ini ([BASE]
contents=std,kexbasen,kexbases). It matters whether the Kstub822 is at the front or the back of the contents line. With Kstub you should test iunsupported API's. If you don't want test, you better remove Kstub822 from that line. And also look for

--- Legacy modes for older registry settings and Ktree9 ---

[DCFG1]
inherit=BASE
contents=std,kexbasen,kexbases

Ok, that's interesting! Sorry for being such a noob.

So, the order in the [BASE] looks like this:

BASE.png.2c125cfeb3f111cf781e327286546fcd.png

And the [DCFG1] looks like this:

DCFG1.png.78d80ecf10f3d0dc005aa4a791788371.png

 

Also, I'm actually pretty interested in testing. How do I test the unsupported API's?

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:no:

Please read this topic "Kext: DIY KernelEx extensions" on Win9x Member Projects. Kstub822 is obsolete. This configuration makes no sense. Remove it from the end and learn how to handle it first . And read "KernelEx 4.5 Core Updates".

Edited by schwups
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Ok, thanks, I will check out that topic. Also, I will leave everything as it was, it would not be difficult since I have a backup.

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