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fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
it does actually :)
KM198912
@KM198912
ok
this is good then
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
could be my low memory availability?
my current pc has 4 GB of ram, which 800 mb is taken by the APU
KM198912
@KM198912
dont think so
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
i see
KM198912
@KM198912
you error says that it could not launch the progress for vmware
process*
what happens when you restart VS?
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
could be a missing path?
same thing, i even reinstalled visual studio, with c# and net core support
KM198912
@KM198912
let me try something then i tell you
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
i'll check visual studio installer again
KM198912
@KM198912
that is not it
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
i'm currently using windows 8.1
KM198912
@KM198912
with VS2019
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
exactly
KM198912
@KM198912
after you installed VMWare did you restart your PC?
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
yes, i had it installed a couple of weeks ago
VMs it's a must for me xD
KM198912
@KM198912
the fact that you can compile the iso and run vmware actually makes me doubt that there is something wrong
infact that is how i use it as i dont use the debugger
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
i see, it came to my mind to do it this way, but didn't found a way to connect the debugger to the already running instance
KM198912
@KM198912
just disable the debugger
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
i see
KM198912
@KM198912
if i want to debug i use a try catch and Console.WriteLine as i deploy to physical hardware and have no use for the debugger
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
that's a good one :O
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
no use for debugger?
KM198912
@KM198912
i cant debug with it on pyhsical hardware xD
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
as long as your physical hardware has a (real) serial port, you can still debug
KM198912
@KM198912
it doesnt
its a very basic laptop
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
ah
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
wouldn't an USB-RS232 adaptor work? or it would require an USB controller?
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
yes, real serial port is really low level. usb needs pci, usb implementation etc, all in assembler
KM198912
@KM198912
but so far everything, beside the HDD works on the laptop with cosmos so i cant complain
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
cool
in the early days of cosmos @czhower and me did a presentation with 3 computers and 2 beamers, showcasing real-hardware debugging
KM198912
@KM198912
i think i have seen pictures of that with some card danging around in the case
funny is that the laptop even detected the PS2 without any patches
but i might look into the routine to detect the hdd
just need to find a way to see if it detected the hdd, and not the volumes
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
as far i know, PS/2 it's the "default" keyboard input, as it connect directly to the cpu by using interrupts
by the other hand, i think most of the motherboards emulates an ps/2 keyboard from usb
KM198912
@KM198912
It doesnt work correctly in cosmos correctly yet
fabiosarts
@fabiosarts
doesn't it?
i assumed usb keyboards worked everywhere :O
KM198912
@KM198912
No my Computers apart from the Laptop all throw ps2 errors without patches
Kudzu
@czhower

@mterwoord I dont know which person you were responding to but:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXwlg-NN8NI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_1Bup3TR_M

KM198912
@KM198912
that was to me
because i said i wasnt able to debug on my laptop
Kudzu
@czhower
Cosmos has very limited hardware support and remote debugging on physical hardware requires a bus based serial connection