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Lobster
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PostPosted: Sun 06 Jun 2010, 18:18    Post subject:  Puppy TV 2
Subject description: out of the box
 



This autumn Sony will be producing
a web enabled TV using an Intel Chip
+ Google Android
etc -
HD ready TV's will be able to use an add on box
from Logitech
This is GoogleTV

Will that device allow Fluppy or
a Puppy Android hybrid?

Well I dunno . . . but I want it NOW Shocked

So fueled with peanut butter and jam (jelly)
and caffiene
created this new demo powered by Fluppy running on Eeepc Cool
http://youtu.be/j4S7MKuNqc4

======= Credits ======

Video captured on Advent low res Handy cam
Video edited in 'Openshot' on Puppy Linux 64 'FatDog'

============= Music =========
Damien Jurado
As one of the most prolific indie-folk artists of our time,
Damien Jurado hits home once again with his latest album, Saint Bartlett

(out May 25th). The Secretly Canadian-approved track is "Arkansas," which sounds like something you'd hear playing on a jukebox in a David Lynch film. It's short-but-sweet (3:0Cool, so you'll want to press play again as soon as it ends.

Download: Damien Jurado "Arkansas"

http://www.mp3.com/free-music/?tag=topnav;freemusic
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This was a lot easier than v1
and the resolution much higher
very usable
Last time I had to use Vesa
this time xorg worked . . .

original Puppy TV
http://tmxxine.com/tv/

Puppy Linux
As seen on TV

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Location: England. Dell Inspiron 1501. Dpup

PostPosted: Mon 07 Jun 2010, 22:22    Post subject:  

Nice one Lobster

Unrelated - but when i was looking at your original puppyTV page saw your simple menu program and used it to make a quick launch on lupu of my most used programs, instead of scrolling through menus now i just need to click on Apps in jwm-tray, very handy thanks Cool
one question though how do i get to open more than one program at once - say i click on search/pfind i have to close it before another program say screen/mtpaint-snapshot will open?
Edit: adding '&' to the the end of each program location has sorted more that one program at once.
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Jun 2010, 23:02    Post subject:  

Double post hit quote instead of edit Embarassed
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PostPosted: Tue 08 Jun 2010, 07:24    Post subject:  

Quote:
adding '&' to the the end of each program location has sorted more that one program at once.


Result! [As Alan Partridge might say]

good news - in future the programming section is a good place to ask
but finding the solution yourself - priceless.

Thanks for posting the pic very svelt, minimalistic and chic . . .

the menuing program is very easy to adapt
here is another example with code
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=363514#363514

I may adapt that to run on my Puppy TV 2 (still all connected up)

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