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 on: Today at 10:26 
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 on: Yesterday at 15:43 
Started by Andrew - Last post by Roman
The easiest is to keep separte profiles. One for MAME without software lists and one for each software list.

If you really want to use the combined mode, you can a) limit the number of software lists on import. After that you will have the ones you've chosen plus the ones for MAME (which are Standard, Mechanical, devices and lots of BIOS ones). All software lists paths need to be distinct and unique, the other ones don't have to be unique. Assign your setup rompaths correctly to them and you can scan.

Your problem is that you try to separate chds in a standalone path. Why? A set (let's take area51 for example) consists of a rom set and a chd which is also part of it....so splitting up chds in a different folder that the belonging roms is not really a good thing.
And you can't assign the paths in that scenario if you split them up that way. Since as I said...let's take area51 for example which belongs to "Standard" needs to be assigned to 1 rompath.... and you got 2...your roms and chdspath.

so I guess...you should switch to the separated profiles options. Simply drop MAME's hash folder entries to the profiler for the softwarelists you like to use.

 on: Yesterday at 15:29 
Started by Andrew - Last post by Andrew
What are the correct "Systems" selections in the scanner when wanting to scan arcade ROMs and a handful of consoles? Up to now, I have two profiles set up with one using the the official MAME build and one using an arcade-only build. I have a profile to use the official build to scan console ROMs in specific folders. For example, I have 32x and a2600 checked and have a AssignedSysDefPath set for each in the Systems list. Everything else is unchecked. And I have those folders listed in the ROM-Paths under Settings. For the arcade build, I chose not to import software lists. In the Systems list, everything is checked but I have no AssignedSysDefPath set for anything but in the ROM-Paths I have a folder for ROMs and one for CHD listed.

This setup works fine but I'm wondering if I can modify the official build profile to also scan arcade ROMs and CHDs? But when I put checkmarks on the STANDARD, MECHANICAL, DEVICE and BIOS systems and scan, it tells me at least one path isn't valid. If I assign those systems to my arcade ROMs folder I get a lot of missing ROMs.

 on: 30 November 2021, 07:47 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by Roman
very interesting, thanks

 on: 30 November 2021, 05:45 
Started by DerekGoyette - Last post by DerekGoyette
Pardon me friends, I figure it out myself by replacing the disc drive. This article helped me to solve the issue. Thank you,  :)

 on: 29 November 2021, 20:57 
Started by Roman - Last post by yescabernetnointernet

fixed: file can get lost under some rare rename/set conditions (MAME238 diablo68 u2)
misc: update 7Zip SDK/DLL to 21.06, update unrar SDK/DLL to 6.10.2
misc: compiled with Visual Studio 2022 / Win 11

Thanks dear Roman!!  ;) 8)

 on: 29 November 2021, 20:56 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by yescabernetnointernet
Check access writes maybe :) Sounds too easy but actually I don't have an idea what else should have caused this. Would be interesting if you play a bit with a minimal setup, e.g. a 1-set-1-rom datfile which you create on your own, put the file on your share and do some testing with renames/write access.
It was not a write issue at all...

Don't ask my why / how, but... This works fine:
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mount -o anon mtype=hard timeout=20 nolock SERVER_IP:/path/to/NFS/shared/folder {driveletter}:
For future readers: when mounting a NFS share use mtype=hard and nolock options (see here)! 8)
IMPORTANT: be sure to have a stable and reliable connection between SERVER and CLIENT when using mtype=hard!!
hard or soft — Specifies whether the program using a file via an NFS connection should stop and wait (hard) for the server to come back online, if the host serving the exported file system is unavailable, or if it should report an error (soft).

If hard is specified, the user cannot terminate the process waiting for the NFS communication to resume unless the intr option is also specified.

If soft is specified, the user can set an additional timeo=<value> option, where <value> specifies the number of seconds to pass before the error is reported.


 on: 29 November 2021, 15:40 
Started by Roman - Last post by Roman

fixed: file can get lost under some rare rename/set conditions (MAME238 diablo68 u2)
misc: update 7Zip SDK/DLL to 21.06, update unrar SDK/DLL to 6.10.2
misc: compiled with Visual Studio 2022 / Win 11

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