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eee-control in a .pet or .deb
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Flash858


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PostPosted: Wed 07 Jul 2010, 18:26    Post subject:  eee-control in a .pet or .deb
Subject description: The one from Pupeee
 

Does this exist, or was it made just for Pupeee?

I'd love to find it to crank my brightness in Lucid Puppy, as I just cannot get pupeee to play ogv videos...

Anyone?
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Flash858


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PostPosted: Wed 07 Jul 2010, 18:37    Post subject: Oh...btw...
Subject description: forgot to add...
 

I fyou have used eeeControl in Ubuntu, the one in pupeee has a setting for "ultra bright" that is not in the other. That is what I am trying to accomplish here...Sorry for the round-about question...
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Flash858


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PostPosted: Thu 15 Jul 2010, 16:52    Post subject: Anyone?
Subject description: Beuller...Beuller...
 

Anyone know if this can be extracted from Pupeee maybe?
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PostPosted: Wed 04 Aug 2010, 08:41    Post subject:  

A lot of hardware specific code in Puppeee is kernel dependent, and also integrated with Pwireless2. You can't just copy the code, much of it would need to be rewritten.

Mu posted a Pet of ultrabright in the Eee thread that would probably work anywhere but you'd have to search for it.

You can probably play ogv videos in Puppeee if you install Shinobar's updated FFmpeg pet. Also there is Mplayer and VLC lite to try.
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ken geometrics

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PostPosted: Wed 04 Aug 2010, 09:46    Post subject: Re: eee-control in a .pet or .deb
Subject description: The one from Pupeee
 

Flash858 wrote:
Does this exist, or was it made just for Pupeee?

I'd love to find it to crank my brightness in Lucid Puppy, as I just cannot get pupeee to play ogv videos...

Anyone?


It would be very nice if the pupeee project made a pet, sfs or group of pets that did all the things needed for the eepc except the special kernal. I currently have puppy-4.31 running on my eepc with nothing added because I want it to work exactly th same as my desktop only smaller and slower.

I tried installing the same things onto pupeee but the keyspan USB serial did not work among other problems so I went back to 4.31. For now, this is how I am going to leave it.
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PostPosted: Wed 04 Aug 2010, 10:02    Post subject:  

There are older versions of Eee control that were posted for 4.3.1. You just have to search for them.

There are stability issues on many Eee models with 4.3.1 that are unfixable without a custom kernel and newer Xorg.
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