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Global VR - Americas Army
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SegaMan
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January 30, 2020 - 10:53 pm
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Hi there,

any chance someone could share the ISO/image of this Global VR title ?

 

Regards,

SegaMan

bigdenny
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February 15, 2020 - 6:52 pm
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https://mega.nz/#!UxIwmS7Z!sbY…..tsLus1Tajw

here is restore, however I have yet to successfully restore this to drive or vm.  Doesn't appear to write data to harddrive ever and ive used sata and ide as well as VMware.  Maybe a bios or hardware issue on my end as I don't have the actual  cab.

 

SegaMan
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February 16, 2020 - 9:15 pm
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Thanks, much appreciated !

Ill get back to you before the next weekend I hope.

bigdenny
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February 17, 2020 - 6:52 pm
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Cool, I dug an actual Americas army pc out and am imaging the drive as well.  One of the few gvr Linux games I think……

 

 

https://mega.nz/#!M04z2B6Y!x9t…..Hg91wI1mOA

SegaMan
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February 17, 2020 - 7:45 pm
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Hey, that HDD image would come in handy I guess, as I grabbed an old AMD PC + an old 250GB HDD and formatted it using ext2 and ext3,

even with 2 partitions…

 

…as the booting DVD I created from your post, couldnt find any partition and threw out a "crc error" as well.

RAMDISK : Compressed Image found at block 0

crc error

UDF-fs: No partition found (1)

XFS: bad magic number

XFS: SB validate failed

No filesystem could mount root, tried: reiserfs reiser4 ext3 ext2 cramfs squash

fs minix msdos vfat iso9660 ntfs romfs udf jfs xfs

Kernel panic – not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(1,0)

 

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The README inside of your extracted ISO has infos on "creating" a rescue cd…which is what exactly seems

to be happening when the ISOLINUX starts to boot. It seems it wants to rescue Army from the device.

 

Yet there is "game.img" and "os.img" in the unpacked iso.

 

I unpacked the "game" and "os" disc image files then.

The magic header (1F 8B 08) says its both gzip files.

Extracting the 344mb "os.img" unpacks into a 1,3gb "PaRtImAgE-VoLuMe…………….0.6.1" file. (ext3fs)

Extracting the 1,5gb "game.img" unpacks into a 3,1gb "PaRtImAgE-VoLuMe…………….0.6.1" file.(ext3fs)

 

Sadly I cant find the old 2013 bootable CD "sysresccd2.6.0.iso" (systemrescuecd 2.6.0) anymore :

[it has PartImage 0.6.9 in it]

https://www.howtoforge.com/create-and-restore-partition-images-with-partimage

Newer versions dont have PartImage in it anymore it seems.

 

And yes the original enlisted some "compatible" boards :

 

 

Would be nice to be able to test / examine your HDD image on "foreign" hardware, before going for a real army pc on eBay.

bigdenny
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February 17, 2020 - 11:22 pm
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https://mega.nz/#!M04z2B6Y!x9t…..Hg91wI1mOA

 

 

dongle check is in this file

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