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Change *PING timeout

Posted: Sun May 08, 2016 2:31 am
by Markodius
Hi, I'd like to change the timout for the RISCOS PING command to something less than a second. I'm tracking the uptime of my router and currently the PING timeout seems to be around 10 seconds which makes second accurate timing, which is what I'm striving for, impossible. Can the timout for PING be adjusted :?:

Re: Change *PING timeout

Posted: Sun May 08, 2016 11:39 pm
by Markodius
The SWI's NetFS_ReadFSTimeouts and .._SetFSTimeouts looked promising :) but when called from BASIC by name or number ReadFSTimeouts returns 'SWI not known' :( any help for the Klingons?

I've almost managed to prove that my broadband works fine when I don't use it :roll: , maybe it is indeed quantum dilemma but possibly ethernet mains adapters are causing connectivity problems.. and making the router reboot?!, anyone else seen that kind of Roswell shit with mains/ethernet adapters?. Oddly, the modem hasn't votively rebooted for several days since I started pinging the bloody thing so maybe it really is quantum :shock:

Re: Change *PING timeout

Posted: Mon May 09, 2016 12:57 am
by stderr
Markodius wrote:help for the Klingons?
anyone else seen that kind of Roswell s**t with mains/ethernet adapters?. Oddly, the modem hasn't votively rebooted
The Klingons, Roswell and votively, is that a Latin case? Maybe you should come in from the cold and boot up R. jessie for a while.

Re: Change *PING timeout

Posted: Mon May 09, 2016 3:13 am
by Markodius
stderr wrote:
Markodius wrote:help for the Klingons?
anyone else seen that kind of Roswell s**t with mains/ethernet adapters?. Oddly, the modem hasn't votively rebooted
The Klingons, Roswell and votively, is that a Latin case? Maybe you should come in from the cold and boot up R. jessie for a while.
Inported valise or no, stderr, RISCOS is way more fun! It's like having one of these!

http://static.cargurus.com/images/site/ ... 49253.jpeg

Re: Change *PING timeout

Posted: Mon May 09, 2016 9:47 pm
by Markodius
:oops: I belatedly see an option to flood ping which transmits until 'x' packets are received :geek: 8-) Honour is restored.. K'pla!