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#26 K3V OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 8:14 AM

I think this sound effect is appropriate ;)

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 9:08 AM

This is quite incredible, Curt! My hat's off to you. :D Thanks again for sharing this with Jag fans.

Only bad part for me is I have hundreds of Native Demo CDs and JAG-ADS CDs that will always require a bypass... ;) But that's OK, this is definitely a great step forward for the Jag community!

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 9:41 AM

For those of you encrypting Jaguar cartridges, Curt did post in a separate thread back on 10 Sep the PC version of the cartridge encryption program that Eric Smith wrote. His message has three files attached and is almost half way down the page.

Here's a link to the message. You want to download the one called Jagcrypt.zip. Jagcrypt.exe is the program to run. Saves time having to either find a ST/TT or emulator setup just to do the cartridge authentication. Unfortunately, you need an Alpine and dev CD setup to do the CD authenticaiton.

http://www.atariage....yption&start=25


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#29 Dan Iacovelli OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 9:48 AM

just wanted to put my congrats for finding the jag CD encryption key.
2004 will be year of the jaguar.
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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 4:10 PM

Yes.... very good news! Thanks Curt for sharing cool stuff as always!
Seems like some people will work cut out for them soon enough to shape things up now that the encryption has been found! :)


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Woohoo~! :)

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 4:48 PM

Wow, that's great news. I'm sure glad that Curt was working so hard to find this stuff. My hat's off to ya!

About that encrypted Phaze Zero download, is it possible to download it and then burn it onto a cd for play on the JagCD, or is the image written strictly for the cart Jag? I would really love to try out that game on the JagCD, y'know...

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 7:09 PM

Great find Curt! This seems more than appropriate :D The missing encryption key!

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#33 atarifan49 OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 8:52 PM

Wow, that's great news. I'm sure glad that Curt was working so hard to find this stuff. My hat's off to ya!

About that encrypted Phaze Zero download, is it possible to download it and then burn it onto a cd for play on the JagCD, or is the image written strictly for the cart Jag? I would really love to try out that game on the JagCD, y'know...



Sorry, strictly for cartridge. No getting around that.

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 10:15 PM

I haven't had a chance to verify the CD encryption yet, but it sounds like it works. I'll try and get a version of Painter working this weekend so that people without CD Bypass carts can play too :)

Will keep you all posted!

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Gordon

#35 Curt Vendel OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Nov 13, 2003 11:55 PM

As soon as your new encrypted version is ready let me know, I'd like to buy a copy.


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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 12:46 AM

OK y'all, here's the PC version of jagcrypt for your edification and enjoyment. This version should be considerably easier to use than previous versions, as the public and private keys are built in. 8) It also has the capability of creating a single ROM cart image as well (via the -u switch).

Maybe this will inspire someone to C-ify the CDROM version? :D

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 12:54 PM

HoleySmoke! =)

Guess this is the best christmaspresent I could ever get! =)

Now i see great visions of my hard jaguar work getting finished to something beautiful booting from a CD!!! =0)

Eternal Greets Curt!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :o)

/Symmetry (now optimistic about new jaguar CD games)

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 1:55 PM

maybe this will boost the seeminlgy slow homebrew popularity...

#39 K3V OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 2:13 PM

Great find Curt!  This seems more than appropriate :D  <A href="http://www.fortunecity.com/underworld/chucky/541/thekey.htm">The missing encryption key!</A>

Chris


Hehe, I love SharkBite games.

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 4:26 PM

OK y'all, here's the PC version of jagcrypt for your edification and enjoyment. This version should be considerably easier to use than previous versions, as the public and private keys are built in. 8) It also has the capability of creating a single ROM cart image as well (via the -u switch).

Maybe this will inspire someone to C-ify the CDROM version? :D


Very cool Shamus, thanks for the simplicity.

Again, hats off to Mr. Atari.

Gordon, put me down for a copy of the "encrypted" version of Painter. Damn, I've finally had a little time to play with it and I love the game. Wonderful job! You know we all expect new releases of Painter at every Gaming Expo right? :)

Jason

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 5:57 PM

This is all good now we can put the MemoryTrack to some use! I might have to get an other MemoryTrack :ponder:

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 5:58 PM

 
Gordon, put me down for a copy of the "encrypted" version of Painter.

Hell yeah, I was thinking the same thing!
I'll even snag a copy of the encrypted JagFest 2003 edition too, if you make it available. 8) 8) 8) 8)

Painter rules :D

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 6:57 PM

neato neato cool!!!!!

now let's see some games!

and can someone PLEASE make an audio input for the VLM??

:D

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 8:59 PM

Isn't American Hero designed to use the Memory Track? An encrypted version of that would be cool :)

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Posted Fri Nov 14, 2003 11:54 PM

As soon as your new encrypted version is ready let me know, I'd like to buy a copy.


Curt


Hi Curt,

Well, I managed to make a version of Painter that loads with a retail CD unit. Woohooo! It's not that I didn't believe Glenn, but, I just had to see it for myself.

What I want to know is how Glenn knew the hashtab.cd file needed to have 2 extra bytes of zero on the front?? It didn't work without those 2 bytes... I tried :twisted:

I will make a couple of changes to the code before I build a new version of Painter. I want to fix a couple of things, before I re-release it.

Great work Curt and Glenn, you made it a happy 10th birthday for the Jaguar Community!

Regards,

Gordon

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Posted Sat Nov 15, 2003 1:16 AM

Excellent news. :thumbsup:

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Posted Sat Nov 15, 2003 5:13 AM

Isn't American Hero designed to use the Memory Track? An encrypted version of that would be cool :)

Yes, it is.

I'm not the one to do it though, I don't think my burner is producing byte-perfect copies :-(

Stone

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Posted Sat Nov 15, 2003 6:30 AM

Well, I managed to make a version of Painter that loads with a retail CD unit. Woohooo! It's not that I didn't believe Glenn, but, I just had to see it for myself.


So will this be released as Painter SE (Now with built in bypass) ? :)

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Posted Sat Nov 15, 2003 10:50 AM

I might get a Jaguar CD Unit very soon so I'll test it too with some demo cd :P. I think my interest for the Jaguar is growing again LOL.

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Posted Sat Nov 15, 2003 11:17 AM

A universal cd bypass cd? now thats in interesting idea (and not terribly original :P).




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