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    Default 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Noticed this file inside the core it contains many extensions and directories, but can't find anything about it on the forum or on google. Anybody knows the exact purpose?

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    cenrep
    version 1
    [owner]
    0x200009FE
    [defaultmeta]
    0
    [platsec]
    cap_rd=ReadUserData cap_wr=WriteDeviceData
    [main]
    0x00000001 int 0 0
    0x00010001 string "\\private\\" 0
    0x00010002 string "\\system\\" 0
    0x00010003 string "\\activenotes\\" 0
    0x00010004 string "\\Data\\activenotes\\" 0
    0x00010005 string "\\resource\\" 0
    0x00010006 string "\\cities\\" 0
    0x00010007 string "\\sys\\" 0
    0x00040001 string "c:\\data\\" 0
    0x00060001 string "txt" 0
    0x00060002 string "log" 0
    0x00060003 string "$$$" 0
    0x00060004 string "tmp" 0
    0x00060005 string "xml" 0
    0x00060006 string "dat" 0
    0x00060007 string "cfg" 0
    0x00060008 string "html" 0

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Tried to search in all uid sources i know but no success.. Also tried to understand what could use all that paths to work or do something, but then again, no luck..

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Hehe pretty weird huh, looks like it's part of some kind of search harvester or maybe it creates system folders according to these values.. Anyways appreciate your effort.

    //edit: also not mentioned on http://sites.google.com/site/i8910wi...mp-of-the-game and the first hit on google is this topic :P

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    that's what i found:

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    OMG!! DcR-Nl dod that lik is so sweet : ))

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Quote Originally Posted by pdr
    that's what i found:
    Great, thats one step closer.. +1
    Still not quite sure whats it's about, though. It's part of some restore/back-up feature?
    Quote Originally Posted by system32white
    OMG!! DcR-Nl dod that lik is so sweet : ))
    Sorry.. You're saying...? :P

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Process: HarvesterServer.exe[200009f5]0001

    UID:0x200009f5

    edit : oops, sorry, 200009f5 not 200009fe...

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Guys what about media player?

    Wondering if it is because of this entry

    Code:
    0x90001
    Name: AlbumArtHarvestingEnabled
    Type: int
    Desc:
    Just a guess..

    Quote Originally Posted by pdr
    Process: HarvesterServer.exe[200009f5]0001

    UID:0x200009f5

    edit : oops, sorry, 200009f5 not 200009fe...
    It should be something near cause only thing that changes is the last character.

    Cheers, Hugo.

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Quote Originally Posted by bls.pt
    Guys what about media player?
    yes, maybe mediaplayer.
    this is the file from n97:
    Code:
    cenrep
    version 1
    [owner]
    0x200009FE
    [defaultmeta]
     0
    [platsec]
     cap_rd=ReadUserData cap_wr=WriteDeviceData
    [Main]
    0x1 int 0 0
    0x10001 string "\\private\\" 0
    0x10002 string "\\system\\" 0
    0x10003 string "\\activenotes\\" 0
    0x10004 string "\\Data\\activenotes\\" 0
    0x10005 string "\\sys\\" 0
    0x10006 string "\\resource\\" 0
    0x10007 string "\\Cities\\" 0
    0x20001 string "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Digital\\" 0
    0x20002 string "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Simple\\" 0
    0x20003 string "Z:\\Data\\Videos\\" 0
    0x40001 string "C:\\Data\\" 0
    0x90000 int 0 0 cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x90001 int 0 0
    note the entries
    "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Digital\\"
    "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Simple\\"
    "Z:\\Data\\Videos\\"

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    Default Re: 200009FE.txt mentioned nowhere

    Quote Originally Posted by bls.pt
    Guys what about media player?

    Wondering if it is because of this entry

    Code:
    0x90001
    Name: AlbumArtHarvestingEnabled
    Type: int
    Desc:
    Just a guess..

    It should be something near cause only thing that changes is the last character.

    Cheers, Hugo.
    Indeed looks like it should, but maybe it's just coincidence. Still think it's part of some kind of 'restore' system.
    Quote Originally Posted by pdr
    yes, maybe mediaplayer.
    this is the file from n97:
    Code:
    cenrep
    version 1
    [owner]
    0x200009FE
    [defaultmeta]
     0
    [platsec]
     cap_rd=ReadUserData cap_wr=WriteDeviceData
    [Main]
    0x1 int 0 0
    0x10001 string "\\private\\" 0
    0x10002 string "\\system\\" 0
    0x10003 string "\\activenotes\\" 0
    0x10004 string "\\Data\\activenotes\\" 0
    0x10005 string "\\sys\\" 0
    0x10006 string "\\resource\\" 0
    0x10007 string "\\Cities\\" 0
    0x20001 string "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Digital\\" 0
    0x20002 string "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Simple\\" 0
    0x20003 string "Z:\\Data\\Videos\\" 0
    0x40001 string "C:\\Data\\" 0
    0x90000 int 0 0 cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x90001 int 0 0
    note the entries
    "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Digital\\"
    "Z:\\Data\\Sounds\\Simple\\"
    "Z:\\Data\\Videos\\"
    Nice find, why does the n97 need the 0x2* and 0x9* entries while the 5800 doesn't. The 5800 also uses the 0x6* values while the n97 doesn't. And the 0x2* values point to the Z drive only.. Hm, still thinking (which isn't my best skill). :P Trying to install the s60v5 emulator on my messed up pc..


 
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