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big_bass

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PostPosted: Thu 20 May 2010, 16:09    Post subject:  

the latest iso
all new work switched here
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=55772

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PostPosted: Wed 15 Sep 2010, 15:39    Post subject:  

big_bass wrote:
wifi radar needs pygtk and PYTHON to compile that is a big list
note: these were all compiled from source and then packaged as tgz packages
on slaxer-pup also I needed to tweak wifi radar to work in the menu and run

this was a lot of work but if helps you get online its worth it

installs in
Menu >Network>wifi-radar with its GUI

wifi-radar-1.9.9-i486-slxr.tgz
click_here
-->pixman-0.12.0-1-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->cairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pygobject-2.15.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pycairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pygtk-2.12.1-i486-slxr.tgz click_here

I don't have wifi but I built this for those who do
this is what slackware uses to set up wifi so its well documented and supported
http://wifi-radar.berlios.de/
http://wifi-radar.berlios.de/v1.x/

Note:I know that python and its add ons
are large packages but many special programs require it
for this reason I don't pre install it in slaxer-pup
but offer it as an add on package

*and since future development with puppy wifi is "iffy" to say the least
iit is better to have more solid options and those that have already set up wifi with wifi-radar will feel at home

Joe


Any chance this has been turned into a PET or a SFS?

I'd be interested for the Fluppy version of puppeee for Netbooks and for Lucid 5.1, or any current version of Puppy.

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big_bass

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PostPosted: Wed 15 Sep 2010, 21:07    Post subject:  

Quote:

Any chance this has been turned into a PET or a SFS?

I'd be interested for the Fluppy version of puppeee for Netbooks and for Lucid 5.1, or any current version of Puppy.


well ,I stopped making pet packages about 2 years ago
and SFS are really easy to make using tgz or txz packages

so it may be better I explained how to do it then just do it
bbiab

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PostPosted: Wed 15 Sep 2010, 21:28    Post subject:  

You underestimate my ability to make a mess of the apparently-simple.

If I can get caught-up on some projects I will give the creation of a SFS from this a try ... unless someone gets it done sooner.

Quote:
wifi-radar-1.9.9-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pixman-0.12.0-1-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->cairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pygobject-2.15.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pycairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pygtk-2.12.1-i486-slxr.tgz click_here


But first I will have to find out if this might cause problems for the other versions of Puppy. I imagine that Fatdog64 may be a challenge and perhaps Fluppy. Not sure about Lucid 5.1

Thanks!

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PostPosted: Wed 15 Sep 2010, 21:43    Post subject:  

P.S I'll upload a SFS so you have something to compare to " or just use" Very Happy
http://puppy2.org/slaxer/wifi-radar-1.9.9-slxr.sfs

I'll do the same for python bbiab -->give it 10 minutes to upload
http://puppy2.org/slaxer/python-2.5.2-slxr.sfs

*well since its a sfs its safe since nothing gets physically over written
when removed /unmounted



Code:

#how to make a SFS by big_bass
#using tgz or  txz packages
# this will only work on slaxer pup or txz pup
#9-15-2010

mkdir -p  /root/wifi
mkdir -p /squashfs-root

# copy  the following packages into /root/wifi first
#cairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz
#pixman-0.12.0-1-i486-slxr.tgz
#pycairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz
#pygobject-2.15.4-i486-slxr.tgz
#pygtk-2.12.1-i486-slxr.tgz
#wifi-radar-1.9.9-i486-slxr.tgz

# this will only work on slaxer pup or txz pup 
 cd /root/wifi
   installpkg -root /squashfs-root *.t?z


mv /squashfs-root /wifi-radar-1.9.9-slxr

mksquashfs /wifi-radar-1.9.9-slxr /wifi-radar-1.9.9-slxr.sfs

#now your sfs is one above root ./



---python----------------------------------------------------------

Code:

#how to make a SFS by big_bass
#using tgz or  txz packages
# this will only work on slaxer pup or txz pup
#9-15-2010

mkdir -p  /root/py
mkdir -p /squashfs-root

# copy  the following packages into /root/py first

#db44-4.4.20-i486-2-slxr.tgz
#python-2.5.2-i486-5-slxr.tgz
#tcl-8.5.5-i486-1-slxr.tgz
#tk8.5.5-i486-slxr.tgz
 






# this will only work on slaxer pup or txz pup 
 cd /root/py
   installpkg -root /squashfs-root *.t?z


mv /squashfs-root /python-2.5.2-slxr

mksquashfs /python-2.5.2-slxr /python-2.5.2-slxr.sfs

#now your sfs is one above root ./



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