Mount ADFs produces Illegal Instructions
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    Cool_amigaN
    Posts: 499 from 2011/11/30
    RMB -> Mount -> (Any) ADF produces always an illegal instruction of the filedisk.device (and doesn't mount anything), whereas mounting (same) ADFs from FileImageCtrl works correctly.

    Log output is kinda huge, tried to post it here but got error 0022. Trying to attach the file instead again I get error preventing me from posting. The log starts whining about Quark - Abox. Is there anyone I can mail it?
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    polluks
    Posts: 431 from 2007/10/23
    From: Gelsenkirchen,...
    [ Editiert durch polluks 16.06.2019 - 17:44 ]
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    Piru
    Posts: 401 from 2003/2/24
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    Cool_amigaN wrote:
    RMB -> Mount -> (Any) ADF produces always an illegal instruction of the filedisk.device (and doesn't mount anything), whereas mounting (same) ADFs from FileImageCtrl works correctly.

    filedisk.device isn't part of MorphOS. I guess this is some 68k device you've installed somehow. This doesn't seem to be a problem in MorphOS itself, especially since FileImageCtrl (which is part of MorphOS itself) works okay.
  • »16.06.19 - 12:50
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    Cool_amigaN
    Posts: 499 from 2011/11/30
    Ah, OK many thanks! Strange thing is that the crash happens every time but only after launching OWB, isn't that strange? If I mount the adf straight after boot it works. I will remove it and see how it goes. By the way if you put away a mounted adf it appears only by double clicking ambient. How can a restore it? Un put away isn't there to select it.. Btw I send the error log, hope you can just ignore it.
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    jPV
    Posts: 1504 from 2003/2/24
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    I wonder where you have got these RMB menu entries to mount ADFs? Maybe from Chrysalis if it uses filedisk.device somehow? How does the Mount entry look like in the application/x-adf mime-type in your Ambient settings?

    I have x-adf mime-type from Korni's WHDLOpener archive and it simply uses FileImageCtrl to mount the ADFs with RMB, and I don't have problems with it.
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    KennyR
    Posts: 640 from 2003/3/4
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    filedisk.device seems to be part of the Isomount (and Imagemount) packages on Aminet.
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    Cool_amigaN
    Posts: 499 from 2011/11/30
    Thanks both, that was it: x-adf rmb => mount => points to c:isomount >nil: %sp. What should it state in order to revert to correct setting? It used to work through a chrysalis pack.
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    polluks
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    SYS:Prefs/Ambient/filetypes/application/x-adf
    Code:
    AMTD
    1
    Type application/x-adf
    Name Amiga Disk File
    Action
    Name Open
    Event DoubleClick
    Command INTERNAL loaduri "vfs:///%sp?type=xad" VIEWID %Si
    Flag unquoted
    End
    Action
    Name Mount
    Event Menu
    Command AMIGADOS SYS:Tools/FileImageCtrl >nil: insert 0 %sp MOUNT
    End
    End
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