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ttuuxxx


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PostPosted: Wed 31 Mar 2010, 22:36    Post subject:  Official 4.3.2  

V3 http://puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/4.2/V3.iso
md5 71aea85e9fd805b7e6d02ea3baa3d0df
Reload browsers your screen a few (7-Cool times if you get the current download limit exceeded. It'll still work.

Well Barry mentioned I could release a 4.3.2 bug fix release and doing so will buy some time for 5 series to be released in about 5 weeks, At this point in time that is what I'm prepared to do and have started. I'll spend maybe 1-2 days on this and I won't be taking over 4 series right now but I'll build a 4.3.2 bug release based on 4.3.1.
Basically I'll do like what I did with 2.14X manually edit the iso and rebuild the image. The reason why I'm not using woof is because, woof takes hundreds of packages, and from my past experiences with it its great if your going to continue support, and build numerous bug fix releases. Its basically something you can build on, But the way I've been doing things in 2.14X Its just way more simpler,quicker etc to do it my way. Woof is great if you don't have a base to start with, where as with 4.3.1 I have a great tried and true base to work with.

So far this is what I've done in the past 24hrs
-Seamonkey <--- I download SM2 sources to compile it, It wouldn't compile right at all, what a pain I spent maybe 5 hrs on it, Then said $#$## I'm using the default one, So with the default one I had to add an updated sqlite and dbus, ok I can live with that.
I hated the default theme, and the "modern" theme, so I tossed them both out and added the mostly crystal theme which looks great, Seamonkey is getting sneaky with there settings, the 2 series is made so that every time you install install it, it displays the seamonkey homepage, They actually removed a java script file that would let me change that. So I added it back, lol Now I have it set to google. Same with the browser GUI settings I had to hack that a little to keep the home and flash on/off buttons.
Oh ya addons are flash block, close button on each tab any addon can be removed via the menu. I'm not adding any more, I want to keep the size to a min, Talking about size this release will be around 3-4MB larger due to using a full Seamonkey release from mozilla, I did remove around 2.5mb uncompressed from it but that's about the most. The directory is 38MB expanded and was over 40MB to start with.
-I've upgrade rox and rox mime images, since I read there was some issue with the current one, I just used the one in quirky, it works great.
I update a few icons, without going too nuts with it.
-updated blinky to a better one I made before.
Now I'm going to look at the 4.3.1 bug section and try to sort that out.
If you have any fixes that aren't list in the 4.3.1 bug section please list them here.
At this point I'm only updating the "P" software and fixing bugs.
I did read that abiword had some issues so I'll look fixing/compiling that also.
Please don't ask to add software etc, this is a bug fix release. well new "P" software is okay.
ttuuxxx

Below is what I turned Seamonkey 2 into

List of changes
V1
-Seamonkey 2 with extras
-Rox-filer
-Dbus and setup
-Sqlite
-icons
-blinky
-moved trash icon to the bottom of the screen
-removed -bg from absvolume located in xinitrc

V2
-fixed cups not starting due to SM2 install
-removed puppy browsers
-updated to pburn-3.2.3
-updated to pfind-4.18
-updated geany's configure (better search bar location and line numbers inc)
-added rt rox click for many Gtkhash executes
-fix and installed Sqlite manager, no longer crashes
-updated partview and added menu listing
-added a xvesa dialog if Xorg is running, a window opens up and gives you a selection that exits-X and starts the xorgwizard where you can select xvesa or xorg, basically just a reduced vesion of the xorg wizard.
-fixed the pwireless typo line 572
-update to abiword-2.8.2, due to crashes on previous version, with support for docx, .odt Thanks to technosaurus package
-update gnumeric-1.10.0 with technosaurus package
-updated goffice-0.8.1 I compiled this one and didn't use technosaurus version so I wouldn't have to update libgsf, or anything else, trying to keep everything stable Smile

V3(not released/finished)
-updated isomaster-1.3.7
-fixed the puppy-installer
-updated the shutdown script
-fixed abiword spellcheck
-added switchoff.0.10 (acpid-1.0.10)
-fixed missing sfsconvert icon due to rox upgrade.
-updated bugfix XFProt-0.2
-fixed Cups bug
-added jemimah's small screen apps that fix the screen sizes of the following programs Pupdial, Xorg Wizard, BootFlash, Pdict, Connect Wizard, Boot Manager, Global Font Size, DotPup, Puppy Package Manager, PRename,Time Server Synchronizer
-updated ayttm-0.6.1-0
-updated jwmthememaker-1.4
-added new for 4 series PCountdown-1.1 timer
-updated pschedule-0.8-1
-added new for 4 series pupRadio-0.5.2
-updated you2pup-1.3-2
-added new for 4 series dir2targz, rt click on any directory and it will tar.gz it.
-updated to bzip2-1.0.5
-updated to e2fsprogs-1.41.11
-added replaced glipper with glipper-lite
-added lameSMBqmount-0.1.1 & lameSMBxplorer-0.2.1b
-updated tar-1.23
-removed top and added htop-0.8.3
-updated to asunder-1.9.1
-updated to cpu-scaling-ondemand-1.3-1
-updated to gtkam-0.1.17
-updated to libgphoto2-2.4.8
-updated to pbackup-3.1.8
-updated to openssl-1.0.0
-updated to gphoto2-2.4.8
-added gphotofs-0.4.0
-updated xorgwizard
-updated pup_event_backend_modprobe_fix_to_p43x-1
-added xgamma-gui
-added modem_fix_pack_to_431-5
-updated pup_event_backend_modprobe_fix_to_p43x-3
-updated remasterpup2
-systemlinked bareview to defaultbrowser so delayedrun works
-removed ycalc 22kb pet
-removed cgtkcalc 30kb pet
-removed ycalc 22kb pet
-removed xcalc 11kb pet
total 4 calculators = 85kb
-added Galculator 68kb and way nicer gui Smile
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PostPosted: Wed 31 Mar 2010, 23:09    Post subject:  

I have a lot of upgrades and fixes put together already if you need them. I agree with you on the woof build, it does waste a lot of time if you already have a good base.
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PostPosted: Wed 31 Mar 2010, 23:19    Post subject:  

Hi technosaurus, What I really need is fixes, or updates that are smaller, I just a built a iso with what I've done to this point and it only grew by 3MB with SM2,newer rox, Dbus, Dbus-glib, newer sqlite, updated blinky, flash block and a few icons.
Now I just want to focus on bugs/smaller apps. If you have any feel free to submit them.
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 00:15    Post subject:  

I seem to remember installing a Seamonkey 2.0 pet that would tell me there were no updates available when I would click on Help and then Check for Updates.
Will the version you are using be able to update iself to the latest version?

Also, did you check to see if the seamonkey version interferes with PuppyBrowser?
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 00:27    Post subject:  

8-bit wrote:
I seem to remember installing a Seamonkey 2.0 pet that would tell me there were no updates available when I would click on Help and then Check for Updates.
Will the version you are using be able to update iself to the latest version?

Also, did you check to see if the seamonkey version interferes with PuppyBrowser?


Yes it does interfere with Puppybrowser. grrrr , thanks for reminding me, now the printing is dead Smile
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 00:31    Post subject:  

and yes updates will work since its a official mozilla tweaked version
and if anyone wants to try it with broken cups, lol man I'll fix that for the next release Smile This is just the min start. Something to play with and maybe figure out whats all broken with the move from seamonkey 1 to seamonkey 2
download below
http://puppylinux.ca/tpp/ttuuxxx/4.2/V1.iso
ttuuxxx

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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 00:41    Post subject:  

Downloading now..........is 108 mb correct?

We're not going for another 230+ page thread are we............ Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 00:43    Post subject:  

James C wrote:
Downloading now..........is 108 mb correct?

We're not going for another 230+ page thread are we............ Laughing


Yes 108MB, 4.3.1 was 105MB so the extra is described above, plus a printer fix above, and no this is going to be a quick update. Smile
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 01:14    Post subject:  

Which add-on puts the close button on each tab Ttuuxxx? The CUPS problem is in Cups-shell. Comment out the bare bones stuff like thi and it works:

Code:
USEBROWSER="defaultbrowser"
#[ -f /usr/bin/netsurf-barewindow ] && USEBROWSER="netsurf-barewindow"
#[ -f /usr/local/bin/bareview ] && USEBROWSER="bareview" #from gtkmoz pkg.
#[ -f /usr/local/bin/cupsview ] && USEBROWSER="cupsview" #w471 from gtkmoz pkg.

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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 01:18    Post subject:  

Here is the error message when launching PuppyBrowser from the terminal........


./PuppyBrowser: error while loading shared libraries: libgtkembedmoz.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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Really like the look of SeaMonkey 2.0.4...... Smile
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 01:19    Post subject:  

DaveS wrote:
Which add-on puts the close button on each tab Ttuuxxx? The CUPS problem is in Cups-shell. Comment out the bare bones stuff like thi and it works:

Code:
USEBROWSER="defaultbrowser"
#[ -f /usr/bin/netsurf-barewindow ] && USEBROWSER="netsurf-barewindow"
#[ -f /usr/local/bin/bareview ] && USEBROWSER="bareview" #from gtkmoz pkg.
#[ -f /usr/local/bin/cupsview ] && USEBROWSER="cupsview" #w471 from gtkmoz pkg.


Thanks already had a fix posted above Smile
close on each tab for seamonkey below called seatabx
http://www.tom-cat.com/mozilla/seamonkey/extensions-seatabx.html

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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 01:21    Post subject:  

James C wrote:
Here is the error message when launching PuppyBrowser from the terminal........


./PuppyBrowser: error while loading shared libraries: libgtkembedmoz.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
#



Really like the look of SeaMonkey 2.0.4...... Smile


Yes gtkembedmoz is no longer supported in FF3 or Seamonkey 2 so anything related to it has to be fixed, like cups already is for the next release Smile
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 01:47    Post subject:  

Did a huge amount of work trying to get PuppyBrowser to work with Seamonkey 2. See here http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=406254#406254

Managed it, but it seems to use so much SM1* stuff that is not compatible with *2 that I ended up with 20MB uncompressed!

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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 01:53    Post subject:  

ttuuxxx wrote:

close on each tab for seamonkey below called seatabx
http://www.tom-cat.com/mozilla/seamonkey/extensions-seatabx.html

ttuuxxx


Oh BRILLIANT! Stellar thanks.....................

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PostPosted: Thu 01 Apr 2010, 02:01    Post subject:  

Is it possible to reduce the height(depth) of the tabs themselves? They take up more screen space than they need to, especially on smaller screens. I have tried to figure it out but failed. If it is just a line in userchrome, could be a simple thing to do....................
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