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frourio

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PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2017, 16:25    Post subject:  

Thanks Peebee.

That leads me to 3 more question though Wink

1. How does Tahrpup do it then with the Ubuntu packages? (Is that because Tahrpup is a larger project and you're just a one-man-show?)

2. Is the Slacko 64 bit stable enough to run with as a main OS then?

3. How do Slacko and Ubuntu compare? Does one sacrifice on software if running a Slacko install? (Think I read once that Slackware is essentially a one-man-band, so you're kind of at the mercy of that guy? Could be confusing it with something else though.)
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PostPosted: Sat 28 Jan 2017, 05:52    Post subject:  

frourio wrote:
Thanks Peebee.

That leads me to 3 more question though Wink

1. How does Tahrpup do it then with the Ubuntu packages? (Is that because Tahrpup is a larger project and you're just a one-man-show?)

2. Is the Slacko 64 bit stable enough to run with as a main OS then?

3. How do Slacko and Ubuntu compare? Does one sacrifice on software if running a Slacko install? (Think I read once that Slackware is essentially a one-man-band, so you're kind of at the mercy of that guy? Could be confusing it with something else though.)

1. LxPupTahr64 only ever appeared as an experiment in 10/2015 and had gvfs problems:
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=868240#868240

2. I'm not the best to answer this as I don't run 64-bit....best answer is to try it and see....frugal install tho!

3. Different repositories - different ethos (a Benign Dictator is often better than rule by Committee!) Also Ubuntu has gone down the systemd route which is an anathema to most Puppy-ists and can lead to dependency problems....a discussion better conducted on one of the more general threads....

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frourio

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PostPosted: Sat 28 Jan 2017, 16:01    Post subject:  

Thanks Peebee.

That makes me have more questions about Slacko, but yeah, let's just leave this thread relevant and I'll take them to another post.
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PostPosted: Wed 17 May 2017, 07:13    Post subject: LxPup64-17.05.0-uefi.iso (experimental)  

LxPup64-17.05.0-uefi.iso has been uploaded - md5=04c1c60454b55beeaf8f0f31340c211f

This is a derivative of Slacko64-700-Beta3 (slacko64-6.9.6.7) with kernel 4.4.67

This iso is an experiment to see if LxPup64 can be built on top of Slacko64-7 and the iso will be replaced by 17.0x.1 once Slacko64-700 is released.

The iso is BIG mainly because Firefox and LibreOffice are included in the adrv

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belham2

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PostPosted: Fri 19 May 2017, 06:52    Post subject: Re: LxPup64-17.05.0-uefi.iso (experimental)  

peebee wrote:
LxPup64-17.05.0-uefi.iso has been uploaded - md5=04c1c60454b55beeaf8f0f31340c211f

This is a derivative of Slacko64-700-Beta3 (slacko64-6.9.6.7) with kernel 4.4.67

This iso is an experiment to see if LxPup64 can be built on top of Slacko64-7 and the iso will be replaced by 17.0x.1 once Slacko64-700 is released.

The iso is BIG mainly because Firefox and LibreOffice are included in the adrv



Wow, Peebee, what a difference this 4.4.67 kernel makes (in latest slacko64 it runs great, and in your lxpup64). At least on my older stuff. Thanks Smile
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