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drblock2

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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 05:07    Post subject:
Subject description: IBM ThinkPad A21m
 

peebee,

Thanks for your prompt advice.

I tried both variants of your code pmedia=atahd and idehd and the machine still hangs.

Apparently, Wary isn't finding the hard disk. Strange.
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chrismt


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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 07:39    Post subject:  

Wary 5.1 uni-processor build didn't detect my USB mouse when i did a full install, but it detected it when i ran the live cd.....

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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 07:55    Post subject:  

Aaaaargh! Somehow I left out Jimtcl. This is a PET package needed if you want to use a 3G modem.

Wary 5.1 users, please install this PET:

http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/quirky/pet_packages-quirky/jimtcl-0.63.pet

Looks like there is going to have to be another bugfix release soon.

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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 10:50    Post subject: Wary 5.1 uni-processor on old PC. 3G-modem autodetection pet  

Wary-5.1 uni-processor works really great on AMD-K6-3D 333 MHz 256 Mb RAM. I only had to replace mplayer. On another PC (Celleron 900 MHz 512 Mb RAM) it works OK but X-server crashed once. Don't know the reason.

DdShurick from russian Puppy team have created 3g-modem auto-detection package. When you plug in 3g-modem - icon appears on the desktop. When you click on it - modem connects to the net and the icon changes. When you click on it again - modem disconnects from the net. No settings needed. We believe that APN is stored in modem and it is not needed to enter it each time. There is apn sript to check stored APN. Just enter
Code:
apn
in console. And enter
Code:
apn 3g.utel.ua
(or your APN) to put APN into modem. I have adapted the package for Wary. Tested on Huawei E1550, should work on ZTE MF100 and others. (For this version modem should be without pin-code).
autoconnect_3g_w5-0.3.2.pet
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pet

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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 11:55    Post subject:  

Uniprocessor version doesn't suffer from the extended load-module
count when booting, but has so much else added to boot script
that the boot is still slowed.

Right click rox icon problem seems fixed in this one.

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MorganP


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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 13:06    Post subject: Wine version  

I have installed an earlier Wary (504) into an ebox 3310 and installed the Wine pet 1.1.39. That works pretty well but there are some details that Wine is having a problem with for me.

I tried to install Wine 1.3.13 which did not report any problems during installation, but the wine menu items are not present and it does not run any Windows apps.
http://208.109.22.214/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=53675&sid=c2ffd3514f95a7e139ebbaa221be84c3

Are those later wine pets compatible with Wary 5? I did not update to Wary 5.1 and try again, but wasn't sure if I had to use a wine specifically built for Wary.

Thanks. I'm really happy with Wary 5 besides my wine problems..
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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 18:50    Post subject: ATI Radeon problems  

sorry but with the release build,
the radeon driver doesn't seem to work with my card (ATI HD4350-RV710) either by probe or select, the pre-release build and earlier (wary5.0) has autoselected and "worked out of the box". I shall download the alternate and see if it's just this build later.

regards
scsijon

UPDATE: no, uniprocessor version gives the same result, stuck with xvesa to use.

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Karl Godt


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PostPosted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 20:50    Post subject:  

Code:
grep -n hci /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit

Quote:
if [ ! -d /initrd ];then #v423 full hd install.
#v423 have this in 'init', probably need here too...
if [ "`echo "$MODALIASES" | grep 'bc0Csc03i10'`" != "" ];then
modprobe --config /tmp/pup_event_modprobe.conf yenta-socket
[ $? -eq 0 ] && sleep 2
fi
#v423 k2.6.29.6 dmesg has warning that ehci-hcd should load before uhci-hcd and ohci-hid
# this is contrary to my understanding all these years, but oh well, let's do it...
ELSPCI="`elspci -l`" #jesses great little utility.
[ "`echo "$ELSPCI" | grep '0C0320'`" != "" ] && modprobe --config /tmp/pup_event_modprobe.conf ehci-hcd
#...perhaps a udev rule could have done this?

Code:
[ "`echo "$ELSPCI" | grep '0C0310'`" != "" ] && modprobe --config /tmp/pup_event_modprobe.conf ohci-hcd
 [ "`echo "$ELSPCI" | grep '0C0300'`" != "" ] && modprobe --config /tmp/pup_event_modprobe.conf uhci-hcd

Quote:
fi

I am not running wary but I think to probe for ohci and uhci may be a good idea for rc.sysinit and init@initrd.gz even if it seems a little late Embarassed

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Quote:
DdShurick from russian Puppy team have created 3g-modem auto-detection package.

I am using pgprs-shell mostly but thought why not look inside :
Quote:
#!/bin/sh
if [ -a /dev/ttyUSB2 ]; then #USB2 потому что USB0 и USB1 есть при "чистой установке"
[ "$(grep "wvdialshell" ~/Choices/ROX-Filer/PuppyPin)" = "" ] && gprs-add
else
gprs-del
fi

my modem is usually /dev/ttyUSB0 and my few gawarits are pid piwo/a and bod(k)a Embarassed
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Feb 2011, 01:57    Post subject: potential issue of snapmergepuppy  

It is great that the new snapmergepuppy works fast.
But I suppose it has some potential issues.

  1. I wonder why we need to save the device nodes under /dev. They will be created after boot with udev architech.
    I am not sure it was the case, but my one laptop failed in sound at a time. It recovered by removing all /dev and reboot.
    I think most of them under /dev also need not in the main sfs.
  2. No problem in wary, but serious for some puppy having pup_ro10-19.
  3. It is better to give an exit code when saving failed. Of course the rc.shutdown needs to be modified to use it.

Here is my patch.
Code:
25a26
> #110222 shinobar: remove all /dev, allow 'pup_ro10-19', exit code for no space
103,104c104,105
< #w003 /dev/.udev also needs to be screened out... 100820 added var/tmp
< find . -mount -type d | tail +2 | sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^root/tmp|^\.wh\.|/\.wh\.|^dev/\.|^dev/fd|^dev/pts|^dev/shm|^var/tmp' |
---
> #w003 /dev/.udev also needs to be screened out... 100820 added var/tmp #110222 shinobar: remove all /dev
> find . -mount -type d | tail +2 | sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^root/tmp|^\.wh\.|/\.wh\.|^dev/|^var/tmp' |
120,123c121,124
< FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep "$BASE" | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah
<
< #Copy Files... v409 remove '^var'. w003 screen out some /dev files. 100222 shinobar: more exclusions. 100422 added ^root/ftpd. 100429 modify 'trash' exclusion. 100820 added var/tmp
< find . -mount -not \( -regex '.*/\.wh\.[^/]*' -type f \) -not -type d |  sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^pup_|^zdrv_|^root/tmp|_zdrv_|^dev/\.|^dev/fd|^dev/pts|^dev/shm|^\.wh\.|^var/run|^root/ftpd|^var/tmp' | grep -v -E -i '\.thumbnails|\.trash|trash/|\.part$'  |
---
> FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep -w "$BASE"| head -n 1 | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah #110222 shinobar
> rm -f /tmp/snapmergepuppy-nospace #110222 shinobar
> #Copy Files... v409 remove '^var'. w003 screen out some /dev files. 100222 shinobar: more exclusions. 100422 added ^root/ftpd. 100429 modify 'trash' exclusion. 100820 added var/tmp #110222 shinobar: remove all /dev
> find . -mount -not \( -regex '.*/\.wh\.[^/]*' -type f \) -not -type d |  sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^pup_|^zdrv_|^root/tmp|_zdrv_|^dev/|^\.wh\.|^var/run|^root/ftpd|^var/tmp' | grep -v -E -i '\.thumbnails|\.trash|trash/|\.part$'  |
142c143
<   FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep "$BASE" | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah: this is very slow; try not to check every iteration
---
>   FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep -w "$BASE" | head -n 1 | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah: this is very slow; try not to check every iteration #110222 shinobar: fix for pup_ro10 and more
149a151
>    touch /tmp/snapmergepuppy-nospace  #110222 shinobar
182a185
> [ -f /tmp/snapmergepuppy-nospace ] && exit 1 #110222 shinobar
snapmergepuppy-110222.gz
Description  /usr/sbin/snapmergepuppy (ensure be excutable)
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Feb 2011, 03:39    Post subject: Re: PPM cursor
Subject description: cursor disappears behind main window if no package found
 

broomdodger wrote:
PPM cursor
Hi Barry

Puppy Package Manager when no package found

The cursor shows when over the desktop,
then disappears behind the main PPM window,
then shows again if you hit the
"Sorry, no matching package name" red dialog.

Ahhh! switching back to PPM from Seamonkey after copying the text in the red dialog without closing the dialog, the whole PPM window is blank. If I move it out of the way I can see the red dialog, click "okay" then PPM window displays.

Is it possible to have <return> trigger the "okay" as well as the mouse?

-Bill


Fixed, see:
http://bkhome.org/blog/?viewDetailed=02157

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PostPosted: Wed 23 Feb 2011, 03:42    Post subject:  

Sylvander wrote:
Used Wary-510-k2.6.31.14-uniproc-ide.iso to make a CD-RW.
[The more up-to-date kernel wouldn't boot on my 2003 desktop PC]

FEATURE:
1. I notice that this Wary searches deeper than where the pupsave files are located [In case there might be more?]

BUG?
1. It lists TWO of everything it finds.
i.e. If there are 2 pupsave files; one on the HDD and one on a Flash Drive, it lists them as items 1 and 2, then lists them again as 3 and 4.


Fix:
http://bkhome.org/blog/?viewDetailed=02155

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PostPosted: Wed 23 Feb 2011, 03:47    Post subject: Re: potential issue of snapmergepuppy  

shinobar wrote:
It is great that the new snapmergepuppy works fast.
But I suppose it has some potential issues.

  1. I wonder why we need to save the device nodes under /dev. They will be created after boot with udev architech.
    I am not sure it was the case, but my one laptop failed in sound at a time. It recovered by removing all /dev and reboot.
    I think most of them under /dev also need not in the main sfs.
  2. No problem in wary, but serious for some puppy having pup_ro10-19.
  3. It is better to give an exit code when saving failed. Of course the rc.shutdown needs to be modified to use it.

Here is my patch.
Code:
25a26
> #110222 shinobar: remove all /dev, allow 'pup_ro10-19', exit code for no space
103,104c104,105
< #w003 /dev/.udev also needs to be screened out... 100820 added var/tmp
< find . -mount -type d | tail +2 | sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^root/tmp|^\.wh\.|/\.wh\.|^dev/\.|^dev/fd|^dev/pts|^dev/shm|^var/tmp' |
---
> #w003 /dev/.udev also needs to be screened out... 100820 added var/tmp #110222 shinobar: remove all /dev
> find . -mount -type d | tail +2 | sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^root/tmp|^\.wh\.|/\.wh\.|^dev/|^var/tmp' |
120,123c121,124
< FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep "$BASE" | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah
<
< #Copy Files... v409 remove '^var'. w003 screen out some /dev files. 100222 shinobar: more exclusions. 100422 added ^root/ftpd. 100429 modify 'trash' exclusion. 100820 added var/tmp
< find . -mount -not \( -regex '.*/\.wh\.[^/]*' -type f \) -not -type d |  sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^pup_|^zdrv_|^root/tmp|_zdrv_|^dev/\.|^dev/fd|^dev/pts|^dev/shm|^\.wh\.|^var/run|^root/ftpd|^var/tmp' | grep -v -E -i '\.thumbnails|\.trash|trash/|\.part$'  |
---
> FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep -w "$BASE"| head -n 1 | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah #110222 shinobar
> rm -f /tmp/snapmergepuppy-nospace #110222 shinobar
> #Copy Files... v409 remove '^var'. w003 screen out some /dev files. 100222 shinobar: more exclusions. 100422 added ^root/ftpd. 100429 modify 'trash' exclusion. 100820 added var/tmp #110222 shinobar: remove all /dev
> find . -mount -not \( -regex '.*/\.wh\.[^/]*' -type f \) -not -type d |  sed -e 's/\.\///' | grep -v -E '^mnt|^initrd|^proc|^sys|^tmp|^pup_|^zdrv_|^root/tmp|_zdrv_|^dev/|^\.wh\.|^var/run|^root/ftpd|^var/tmp' | grep -v -E -i '\.thumbnails|\.trash|trash/|\.part$'  |
142c143
<   FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep "$BASE" | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah: this is very slow; try not to check every iteration
---
>   FREEBASEK=`df -k | grep -w "$BASE" | head -n 1 | tr -s ' ' | cut -f 4 -d ' '` #110212 Jemimah: this is very slow; try not to check every iteration #110222 shinobar: fix for pup_ro10 and more
149a151
>    touch /tmp/snapmergepuppy-nospace  #110222 shinobar
182a185
> [ -f /tmp/snapmergepuppy-nospace ] && exit 1 #110222 shinobar


Great stuff! Applied:
http://bkhome.org/blog/?viewDetailed=02156

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PostPosted: Wed 23 Feb 2011, 06:12    Post subject:  

I've been using Wary 104 with a few added packages plus Barry's zzz .pet to endow it with 3G modem capability. It operated nicely indeed on my veteran 560MHz PIII desktop. But I decided to try the upgrade, so burnt the CD for Wary 5.1, and rebooted. Horror! Mad Mad

Code:
You will either have to uninstall the Puppy 2 packages or install missing dependencies

gtk+12 gtkxft gtk_pixbuf10 glib12
tk tcl tix uri tktable tablelist tile trf combobox gnocl img
qt
imlib libx aw95_DEP4
speex libosp[2 cdr dao SOX
libidn fig2dev pstoedit mtools

I didn't even know I had any puppy 2 packages installed. Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Which were they?
And I think there was a further alert came up, but it disappeared while I was busy writing down that first list of things I'd have to fix. Sad
Then when the desktop came up, it had no volume control. Music player pmusic did play, but at zero volume. And worst of all, my 3G modem was not recognized. Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad I switched off, and went to the pub.

Next day when I switched it on, fearing what else could be awry, there were no messages about missing dependencies, and the volume control had returned. See, there are good elves like the shoemaker said!! Razz Cool

But still no go with the modem, so I ran the zzz_scripts_simple_bk-201011.pet which I'd kept a copy of, and now the modem was all go. I notice that after unplugging and reinserting the usb modem I no longer get the green overlay message saying "modem is now ready for use" or words to that effect. The main thing is that it does work. I found PPM listed zzz TWICE in the installed packages. I uninstalled one of them and they both uninstalled. So I reinstalled it, and again it's listed twice. No big deal.

The upshot: all seems well and good. Razz I particularly like the new pmusic which can be accessed via an icon on the tray beside the volume control; it sure beats having to do to rxvt to kill the player. And now, each mouse click adds a music file to a playlist.

Wary 5.1 -- I like it! Razz Razz
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PostPosted: Thu 24 Feb 2011, 00:26    Post subject: Seamonkey Crashes  

Thanks Barry,

Even though I had to disconnect my noisy (failing) hard drives, I can still browse the net, do online banking, receive and send e-mail (Hotmail) with your Puppy Linux 4.3.1 and an 8GB USB Pen Drive.

With both versions of Wary 510 (k2.6.32.28 and k2.6.31.14-uniproc-ide), the browser (Seamonkey) crashes.

FROM: /errs.log

"(seamonkey-bin:2731): Gdk-WARNING **: XID collision, trouble ahead

(seamonkey-bin:2731): Gdk-WARNING **: XID collision, trouble ahead
/usr/lib/seamonkey/run-mozilla.sh: line 131: 2731 Killed "$prog" ${1+"$@"}"

FROM: /var/log/messages:

Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: seamonkey-bin invoked oom-killer: gfp_mask=0x280da, order=0, oom_adj=0
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: Pid: 14359, comm: seamonkey-bin Tainted: P 2.6.32.28 #1
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: Call Trace:
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c104c911>] ? oom_kill_process+0x59/0x1fa
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c104ce77>] ? __out_of_memory+0xf4/0x107
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c104cee4>] ? out_of_memory+0x5a/0x7c
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c104f6d4>] ? __alloc_pages_nodemask+0x3e2/0x4a0
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c105b285>] ? handle_mm_fault+0x1a1/0x550
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c1045f93>] ? handle_IRQ_event+0x1a/0x95
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c1016dc9>] ? do_page_fault+0x1db/0x1ea
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c1016bee>] ? do_page_fault+0x0/0x1ea
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c1289546>] ? error_code+0x66/0x70
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: [<c1016bee>] ? do_page_fault+0x0/0x1ea
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.info kernel: Mem-Info:
Feb 23 11:49:50 puppypc user.warn kernel: DMA per-cpu:

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PostPosted: Thu 24 Feb 2011, 01:13    Post subject: Re: Wine version  

MorganP wrote:
I have installed an earlier Wary (504) into an ebox 3310 and installed the Wine pet 1.1.39. That works pretty well but there are some details that Wine is having a problem with for me.

I tried to install Wine 1.3.13 which did not report any problems during installation, but the wine menu items are not present and it does not run any Windows apps.
http://208.109.22.214/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=53675&sid=c2ffd3514f95a7e139ebbaa221be84c3

Are those later wine pets compatible with Wary 5? I did not update to Wary 5.1 and try again, but wasn't sure if I had to use a wine specifically built for Wary.


I went ahead and loaded 5.1. No problems in general except the dual save-file issue. I tried to install Wine 1.3.13 into this version but as I assumed, it did not work. After installation I get the message that the menus are being updated at the end of installation but no Wine menus were present. I did find wine bin files where expected.

Am I limited to installing Wine 1.1.39?
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