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      Latest Stable OpenComputers Version   11/26/16

      The latest released version of OpenComputers is version 1.7.1 for MC 1.7.10, 1.10.2, 1.11.2 & 1.12.1. See more information here! Beta/Dev builds can be found at the Jenkins Build Server (ci.cil.li)

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  1. Boot OpenOS without GPU/Screen?

    I wrote a program that basically needs to read/write a file and trigger one of 9 note blocks, this file is managed externally. Because of the 9 note blocks I am running out of component space. The perfect solution to this would be to boot my program without a screen (it doesn't need a screen to function). I tried booting OpenOS without a GPU/Screen, but it seems to freeze at some point and OpenOS will not run any programs I've configured to autorun. Preferably I'd like a minimal setup, which only loads what I need and runs without a GPU/Screen, I have the following requires in my program: require("serialization") require("component") require("filesystem") require("shell") require("event") Which I guess is basically the complete OpenOS suite... So simple question: how to boot without a GPU/Screen and run my program?
  2. The text that some programs output is way to large to fit on the screen currently I have some problems with ls (in direcotrys with a lot of stuff in it) and components Is there a way to scroll up or display it in a way where you can read everything or save the output in an file? or some diffren solution to the problem?
  3. Changing screen resolution with a script

    So, my actual computer has an odd resolution, so I need to use tier 2 screens because of the resolutions, but I want more colourscolors. I need to know how to change resolution in the autorun script. Any help is appreciated. -TheScoutPro
  4. I have two computers. Each one has a screen and keyboard on top of each, and the two cases, but not the screens, are connected by a network cable. When the computers start up, the text appears on one screen, then the default OS screen appears on the other screen. This ends up being really confusing! I tried writing an autorun script that told each computer to set its respective screen as the primary screen component, but it didn't work. If anybody could help me out, that would be great!
  5. I writing a program which scans ground and detecting ores using geolyzer, It works on server, to which 2 remote terminals are connected. I have 2 GPU in this server and want to split terminals programmaticaly. Does it even possiable to connect remote terminals to different GPU's ?
  6. (I really could explain this in a smaller way. tl;dr at bottom.) I'm trying to modify OpenOS, by screwing around with "usr/misc/greetings.txt", "init.lua", modifying the programs in "bin", etc. However, I use a 1x1 Tier 3 screen. My IRL monitors are not large enough to handle the resolution, so I wanted to edit init.lua so I did not have to type "resolution 150 40" every time I booted up. However, I noticed the "resolution 150 40" command would brick OpenOS if I tried to put it in init.lua. I realized this was because it is not a Lua command. Now, here's the question: What Lua command do I use to set the screen resolution? I use a slightly modified version of OpenOS 1.2. tl;dr: I need to change the screen resolution by running it at startup in init.lua. How to?