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General Software Discussion / Re: vs5x - Video Chat
« on: July 31, 2020, 03:14 PM »
Has anyone managed to use it in Server mode without it crashing?

General Software Discussion / vs5x - Video Chat
« on: July 27, 2020, 10:01 AM »
The developer of Brynhildr has started work on a new Video Chat program called vs5x. Its first version was made the 2nd of this month and it now has a new version that has screen sharing added to it. You can read more info about the old version at and the new version at You can download it at

Brynhildr - A fast and lightweight VNC server/client that supports both audio and video

It doesn't work for me. I am using the latest beta on Windows 7 x64.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Fixing a Named Pipe to TCP Proxy program
« on: February 01, 2020, 06:47 PM »
It is finished. You can get it at

Post New Requests Here / Re: Fixing a Named Pipe to TCP Proxy program
« on: January 30, 2020, 09:16 AM »
I have someone else working on it. So, you don't need to do it.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Fixing a Named Pipe to TCP Proxy program
« on: January 30, 2020, 08:48 AM »
Yes. I am actually using ReactOS inside Virtual PC but that shouldn't matter.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Fixing a Named Pipe to TCP Proxy program
« on: January 30, 2020, 07:04 AM »
I saw that some people downloaded it. Has any work been done on it yet?

Post New Requests Here / Fixing a Named Pipe to TCP Proxy program
« on: January 29, 2020, 04:47 PM »
It would be nice if someone could get the Named Pipe to TCP Proxy programs in the attached archive to work when using them to listen to and transmit a VM's Named Pipe (such as the one provided by VirtualBox). Also, it would be nice if it could have a GUI (or at least not rely on conhost.exe when being ran) and have the ability to use command line parameters for choosing which named pipe to listen for/create and what port to forward it to.

Where are their releases on non-anonymous servers?
No one has made any major work on it. I am offering a custom build on Github. It can be obtained by going to

I doubt that anyone would want to work on something that has only been released without having a license to do so.
People have worked on it before.

Is there anyone who wants to work on it? And yes, I build it myself (with VS 2010).


Post New Requests Here / [REQ] Getting some programs to compile
« on: November 18, 2019, 09:37 AM »
It would be nice if someone could get https://gist.github....3064ab47258af119a41b and/or to compile for Windows 7, etc. and offered a link to the executable that is generated.

I hope that someone ports it soon.

It would be nice if someone could make a Pale Moon compatible add-on that does what the add-on available at does.

Can you please make one that overwrites the file that is made?

Thanks. And would removing the delete line from it make it overwrite the file after it is made or already exists?

It would be nice if someone could make one that fills a file (in the root directory) with the word Dummy and deletes it then repeats the process until it is closed.

So, can anyone help fix it?

TardsPlaya is lighter in resources and can buffer multiple streams in one instance instead of one for each stream.

I am looking for someone to fix TardsPlaya. It is a program written in Delphi that buffers Twitch Streams and sends them to external media players (such as MPC-BE). Right now it isn't compatible with the new URL format used by the streams and it also doesn't skip the parts of the stream that contain advertisement. Its source code is available at

I have made another issue on its Github page regarding the Control Panel Applet that is used to configure it. You can see it at

1. has the source code Windows thinks is responsible for the crash I mentioned.

2. You didn't catch the edit I made. I was able to compile it for 64-bit OSes by using WDK 7.1.0 (which works as intended, when compiling using Visual Studio 2017 and the latest Windows 10 WDK, it doesn't). I am going to try Visual Studio 2013 and WDK 8.1 to see if the compiled 64-bit driver it makes works on Windows 7 and Windows 10.

1. I managed to compile it with Visual Studio 2017. The 64-bit driver that is made as a result isn't working in Windows 7 (but it does work in Windows 10).
2. The 64-bit version does allow a 4 GB RAM Disk to be made.

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