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 PostPost subject: Win9x Power Pack v5.00 Released        Posted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 12:29 pm 
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After a long, long time in development, and then re-development, I present to you Win9x Power Pack version 5.00 ENGLISH.

You will be able to create an ISO file right from the build script, which is a feature that earlier releases could have benefited from. It's even easier to update now - take a look at the URLS files - they're plain-text files with URLS for files to download. Everything is nice and simple. Everything is scripted, and very little is asked of you when you use the build script.

I've simplified the build script with several comments, so that future maintainers of the project can figure out how to modify the script to their needs. This release has taken a tour of the world, and has come back bearing gifts. It is intended to update a Windows 98 First Edition, 98 Second Edition, or Windows Millenium Edition Installation. For some patches, you will need a license and installation media for Windows Millenium. The included Readme.txt and Changelog.txt files point out specifics. I've also included documentation for LameSkin, a free skinning engine developed by Tihiy for use in Windows 98 SE.

More documentation will follow if there is a need for it.

Grab the latest version here: http://www.win9xpp.org/library/w9xppv501.zip (793KB, ZIP), unpack this zip file to a free directory (Such as C:\W9xpp\), and run W9xBuild.bat. Press the number 1 at the prompt, and wait a while. When it is done, the script will return you to the main menu.

Future releases will be released as a single 7zipped archive, and can be applied directly through the Build script's menu system.

I've released this to the MSFN forums, and would like any feedback that you may have about it. I'm done with the project - I'll release updates, but future releases created by me are probably not going to happen.


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