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PostPosted: Sun 03 Mar 2013, 05:58    Post_subject:  

oldyeller wrote:
Hi sheepy,

I really like what you have done with SlimPup. Is this a woof build using EZ-Woof?

also is there a panel like tint2 because I don't see any?


Hi, oldyeller
Thank you! I did not use EZ-Woof. I unsquashed the filesystem from the base puppy, modified it one config and file at a time, and then resquashed it. Smile

It does come with tint2, but it is blanked so the panel does not appear. If you want to bring it back (I anticipated some people would want a panel, even though I find it to be unnecessary), run:
killall tint2
rm /root/.config/tint2/tint2rc

This should bring back Tint2 with the default configuration.

toomanyquestions wrote:
Gnuxo wrote:
Will there be a Slimpup based on puppy precise?

Nay! nay! How about a slimpup based on slacko? Slimpup & Precise official won't run on my pentium 4. Yet I believe slacko based pupex will...

I thought about making a slacko-based version. I even thought about completely redoing it with an Ubuntu or real Slackware base. The short answer is probably not. I'm just too attached to Lucid! If it comes to be that many users cannot run Lucid for some reason, then I suppose I would do it for them. xD
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