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peebee


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PostPosted: Mon 16 Nov 2015, 06:51    Post subject: LxPupSc-15.11.03-pae  

LxPupSc-15.11.03-pae.iso is now available

Based on latest woof-ce build of slackocurrent with kernel huge-4.2.5-EmSee 32bit pae.

As many apps as will successfully compile with pet-builds have been compiled in slackocurrent (in order to reduce need for links to 14.1 era libs).

Includes the changes to slackware current from 14-nov

Known problems - CUPS printing does not work.

Devx
Kernel 4.2.5 sources

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zagreb999

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PostPosted: Sat 21 Nov 2015, 15:09    Post subject: XFCE 4.12  

GOOD WORK.
BUT,
CAN YOU ADD XFCE 4.12 DESKTOP?

REGARDS.
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peebee


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PostPosted: Sat 21 Nov 2015, 19:16    Post subject: Re: XFCE 4.12  

zagreb999 wrote:
GOOD WORK.
BUT,
CAN YOU ADD XFCE 4.12 DESKTOP?

REGARDS.

Hi

I won't be doing that - I like LXDE.....

Maybe when an official Slacko-Current is released then rg66 will produce an X-Slacko-Current....

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PostPosted: Mon 23 Nov 2015, 09:23    Post subject: LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae  

LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae.iso is now available
md5 = cc3b4b6885d0db065c4bd329431103af

Based on latest woof-ce build of slackocurrent with kernel huge-4.3.0-EmSee 32bit pae with added firmware-140621-big

Includes the changes to slackware current from 20-nov including the eudev and icu4c changes

Known problems - CUPS printing still does not work (but see fix in post #2)

2 problems with PuppyPackageManager:
- it freezes at the end of an install with greyed out buttons
- the Slackware Current package list does contain dependencies so they are not automatically installed

Devx
Kernel 4.3.0 sources

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mavrothal


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PostPosted: Mon 23 Nov 2015, 14:29    Post subject: Re: LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae  

peebee wrote:
LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae.iso is now available
md5 = cc3b4b6885d0db065c4bd329431103af

Nice.

As discussed elsewhere PPM fails in this puppy because it can not find any dependencies.
The way Slackware packages are build, provide dependencies only with the official version database (13.37, 14.1 etc). The other databases like "patches" and "current" do not have dependencies because presumably the packages are installed on the top of a running system where all the dependencies are installed.
PPM has code to give priority to patches over stable and this could be adapted for current too.
But you need slackware-14.1-official for the dependencies to be found and make sure you have this in COMPAT_REPOS too.
I think that the DISTRO_ SPECS should also say 14.1 but you have to check after the above changes are made.

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PostPosted: Mon 23 Nov 2015, 15:15    Post subject: Re: LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae  

mavrothal wrote:
peebee wrote:
LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae.iso is now available
md5 = cc3b4b6885d0db065c4bd329431103af

Nice.

As discussed elsewhere PPM fails in this puppy because it can not find any dependencies.
The way Slackware packages are build, provide dependencies only with the official version database (13.37, 14.1 etc). The other databases like "patches" and "current" do not have dependencies because presumably the packages are installed on the top of a running system where all the dependencies are installed.
PPM has code to give priority to patches over stable and this could be adapted for current too.
But you need slackware-14.1-official for the dependencies to be found and make sure you have this in COMPAT_REPOS too.
I think that the DISTRO_ SPECS should also say 14.1 but you have to check after the above changes are made.

I have successfuly installed Thunderbird, Palemoon and VLC via ppm with no problems - have sent you a pm re a small problem with ppm2

VLC in particular found the Qt dependency correctly.

I am not using anything from slackware-14.1 - only from puppy-14.1

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PostPosted: Mon 23 Nov 2015, 17:19    Post subject: Re: LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae  

peebee wrote:
Known problems - CUPS printing still does not work.

Please apply the correction in post #2 and test CUPS - thanks

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darry1966


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PostPosted: Mon 23 Nov 2015, 17:27    Post subject:  

peebee wrote:
6502coder wrote:
Could not get Mplayer to work on either MP3 or MP4 files:
Code:
# ldd /usr/bin/mplayer | grep found
    libcdio_cdda.so.1 => not found
    libcdio_paranoia.so.1 => not found
    libopenal.so.1 => not found

@6502coder Many thanks for the test and report. Also @gcmartin

Looks like mplayer is the next candidate for a rebuild under slackocurrent.....see next post

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Yes tested Slacko 630 found Gnome-mplayer failed to play mp4 which will play thanks for ammeded mplayer.
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Terry H

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PostPosted: Mon 23 Nov 2015, 18:26    Post subject:  

New frugal install to HDD on Dell D630 laptop. All went well connected to wifi with b43 card. So far working very nicely. Thank you.

With the discussion regarding PPM, I successfully installed packages using PPM, however after each install PPM is greyed out and requires restarting PPM to do further installations. To test this I also logged into LXPupSc-15.11.3 and the behaviour was the same. I also checked using slacko 6.3 and PPM functioned correctly, I could do additional installs without needing to restart PPM.
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PostPosted: Mon 23 Nov 2015, 19:44    Post subject: Re: LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae  

peebee wrote:
peebee wrote:
Known problems - CUPS printing still does not work.

Please apply the correction in post #1 and test CUPS - thanks


Frugal install of 15.11.05 to the Fujitsu S6520 core 2 duo all Intel laptop. Update of 15.11.03 savefile. Correction applied, then HPLIP 3.14.10 installed. HP4500 installed correctly using CUPS, exact same routine as always. Seems fine, shows up in print options... But, will not print test page or simple file from Geany. Screenshot attached. Haven't looked beyond that.

Everything else seems fine, wireless connection, sound, video all good, glxgears at 1068 FPS with browser running.
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PostPosted: Tue 24 Nov 2015, 01:05    Post subject: Re: LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae  

peebee wrote:
mavrothal wrote:
peebee wrote:
LxPupSc-15.11.05-pae.iso is now available
md5 = cc3b4b6885d0db065c4bd329431103af

Nice.

As discussed elsewhere PPM fails in this puppy because it can not find any dependencies.
The way Slackware packages are build, provide dependencies only with the official version database (13.37, 14.1 etc). The other databases like "patches" and "current" do not have dependencies because presumably the packages are installed on the top of a running system where all the dependencies are installed.
PPM has code to give priority to patches over stable and this could be adapted for current too.
But you need slackware-14.1-official for the dependencies to be found and make sure you have this in COMPAT_REPOS too.
I think that the DISTRO_ SPECS should also say 14.1 but you have to check after the above changes are made.

I have successfuly installed Thunderbird, Palemoon and VLC via ppm with no problems - have sent you a pm re a small problem with ppm2

VLC in particular found the Qt dependency correctly.

I am not using anything from slackware-14.1 - only from puppy-14.1


Try kalgebra.
See PM for the rest.

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PostPosted: Tue 24 Nov 2015, 20:39    Post subject:  

Trying LxPupSc 15.11.05 on Dell Latitude D410 on HDD folder with grub4dos.

Boots successfully with 4.3.0 kernel. Menu items (like Utility, Filesystem, etc.) not instant like JWM and take a second to show up after I move cursor over them. Default mouse speed seems slower so takes longer to move my mouse across the screen too (edit: ok, if I push hard it moves fast). My wireless works and shows up as ipw2200. Firewall_ng lets me run it through QuickSetup before being connected (which fails) and show up as two taskbar icons (old bugs, easy to outsmart). After 2nd reboot, my screen just froze once X loaded (with wallpaper and solid gray bar on bottom), I thought it corrupted my 64MB savefile.2fs but after hard shutdown with the power button and rebooting, the same savefile worked next reboot. Nice smooth look for the fonts and scrollbars. Default browser (Firefox 42) and Hexchat working. All videos I try on YouTube in Firefox say "An Error has Occurred. Please try again later" instead of using HTML5, and downloading files (mp3, mp4, images) all say "Failed". I think I selected run as Spot on QuickSetup, so I turned it off and loading video and saving started working again. Laptop fan seems to be running more than usual (about 50% of the time) using LXDE/FF42. Nice effort based on slackocurrent! Smile
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Rangan Masti

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PostPosted: Wed 25 Nov 2015, 06:50    Post subject: LxPupSc 64 bit Version
Subject description: LxPupSc 64 bit Version
 

peebee wrote:
Rangan Masti wrote:
Hi,
where can i get Devx?
Thank you.

Haven't uploaded it as yet - maybe with the next version.....
Quote:


Hi, testing LxPupSc !!

Any intention of creating a LxPupSc 64 bit Version?
Thank you and have fun!

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PostPosted: Wed 25 Nov 2015, 08:49    Post subject: Re: LxPupSc 64 bit Version
Subject description: LxPupSc 64 bit Version
 

Rangan Masti wrote:
peebee wrote:
Rangan Masti wrote:
Hi,
where can i get Devx?
Thank you.

Haven't uploaded it as yet - maybe with the next version.....
Quote:


Hi, testing LxPupSc !!

Any intention of creating a LxPupSc 64 bit Version?
Thank you and have fun!


Maybe - but not currently....

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PostPosted: Wed 25 Nov 2015, 09:54    Post subject:  

unicorn316386 wrote:
Laptop fan seems to be running more than usual (about 50% of the time) using LXDE/FF42.

Well, fan is being quieter today, only surfing murga-linux in LxPupSc. My house feels colder today, maybe that is helping Laughing

edit: Nevermind. Opening 5 Facebook windows killed it - lol. I forgot to turn off Spot again though.
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