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Precise 5.7.1 Retro "Megalomaniac" Eng/Hun
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csipesz


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PostPosted: Fri 08 Jan 2016, 19:20    Post subject:  Precise 5.7.1 Retro "Megalomaniac" Eng/Hun
Subject description: 4393 MB iso!
 

Hi and happy new year for everyone! I made a newest - and last - precise 5.7.1 derivative, for 2016, for you. Size of ISO: 4393 Mb, size of sys. sfs: 3278Mb. After a full install takes up space 9,4 Gb.
Features in this system:
In Linux-section:
Installed:
deb2pet, puppybasic, dotpuphandler, edit-mo, getflash, gnome icons001, pet2dir-ROXrightclick, pets2sfsgui, pstartupshutdownsound, pwidgets, random walpaper-changer, sfs2pet, simplegtkradio, xdtv, xvidcap, icewm, java, fluxbox, bleachbit, dosbox, skype, virtualbox, mplayer2014, Libre Office 4, chromium 29, Unified Remote Server, symphony office, firefox, vivaldi, maxthon browsers, google earth, mtpaint, vlc, audacious, zsnes, gpicview, kino, librecad, stellarium, zynaddsubfx, hidrogen, tetzle, timidity, lingot, tickr, streamtuner, WINE, pptview, djview, fbreader, qasmixer, fillmore, audacity, openbox+extras, fraqtive, imagination, avidemux, blender, qosmic, gimp, takeashot, hugo, xnview, fotoxx, zaz, neverball, neverputt, ballz, pupcloxkset, brutalchess, photofilmstrip, ocenaudio, miximum, rebirth, rborn, sunvox, xaos, amsynth, tixati, mixxx, evince, gfceu, tuxpaint, xtoys, syasokoban, gespeaker, mp3split, roxterm, gnomecommander, xbubble, geda-gschem, hugin, cinelerra, foobnix, qmmp, freetennis, frogatto, boswars, rutilt, xbmc12frodo, xboard, crosti, kega-fusion, stella, openshot, unetbootin.
Portable:
HeliosPaint, IvoryMahjong, MicroEmulator, rss-owl, synfig 2d vector animation studio, xjigsaw, clamav, cpu-g, cuda-z, digger, webchemy(online), xcowsay.
Also Devx and kernel src integrated.

In Wine-section:
english: themes exe, total commander, celestia, 7zip, acdsee, aimplayer3, cartoonix, cdex, freecalc, hammerhead, hoyle board games1, microsoft reader, Mobipocket Reader, mummy maze deluxe, operator, palm3xemulator, photofiltre, radio sure, stopple, sumatra pdf, system mechanic, tactile, troll demo, ultra iso, vlc, warcraft2, winrar, xnview, demo helper, uni.usb installer, w32chaos.
hungarian:szótár v7, magyarország térkép, névnaptár.

In Dosbox-section(in /root/FM folder):
english:doszip, eukviz, nc lite, open cubic player, qview pro(this is the best, for sample medias look into MEDIA folder!!!), skyglobe, spectra, xtc player, rescue rover 1,2, foxcalc.
hungarian:androute, angol szótár, iq-teszt.

downloadable from here:
http://www.solidfiles.com/folder/89968de689/
And Who does not hate it extremely, is a Mega link here for it:
https://mega.nz/#F!BBVXiaqa!czMd4iEIoDva0cntdAdvbw
Smile
and the initial screen looks so:
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russoodle


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PostPosted: Mon 11 Jan 2016, 07:47    Post subject:  

Holy snappin' duckfeathers, that's one BIG FAT Puppy!!!

Are you sure you didn't leave out anything??

Shocked

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PostPosted: Mon 11 Jan 2016, 08:31    Post subject:  

Well... not very. will be good already so Smile
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PostPosted: Mon 11 Jan 2016, 14:15    Post subject: Puppy will never trail such a load !  

. Size of ISO: 4393 Mb, size of sys. sfs: 3278Mb. After a full install takes up space 9,4 Gb.
Puppy will never trail such a load ! How long it will take to burn it succesfully ?
El Pelo even not takes the time to download the ISO. We are a litte bit lazy.. i am Lazy.Windows and Linux are bigger and bigger, Puppy will keep light, slim, thin for summertime. Trim the fat Exclamation
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PostPosted: Tue 12 Jan 2016, 03:03    Post subject: Re: Puppy will never trail such a load !  

Pelo wrote:
. Size of ISO: 4393 Mb, size of sys. sfs: 3278Mb. After a full install takes up space 9,4 Gb.
Puppy will never trail such a load !

Pelo, i suspect this is why csipesz is talking in terms of a full install Wink I know this sort of gigantic file size is not what we're accustomed to in puppy's kennels, but why not include the 'full monty' or 'kitchen sink', if this is what fulfils csipesz's needs? There are surely some who'd like to have such a fat puppy....yes, the download size is a bit of a pain, but wget can help with that..
I admire csipesz's efforts, because it must've been a huge task and he seems to have put a lot of thought into it, eg. the inclusion of the bluetooth .sfs and even files for compiz, etc.!

Cheers Smile

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PostPosted: Tue 12 Jan 2016, 07:37    Post subject: Another download location...  

Hello csipesz, i will try to get your iso uploaded to my site over the next day or so - as it's such a large file, it'll take a while, but i'll let you know the url when it's done, ok?

(I'm rebuilding the site at the moment and have other files going up tonight..)

Cheers,
russoodle Smile

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PostPosted: Tue 12 Jan 2016, 08:56    Post subject:  

thanks a lot, how you do a newer mirror for him.
anyway not, the full monty python series no, I will plant it, only all thing like that, with what it is possible to be useful pleasantly offline.
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PostPosted: Wed 13 Jan 2016, 03:07    Post subject: Mirror for your big fat puppy..  

csipesz wrote:
thanks a lot, how you do a newer mirror for him.
anyway not, the full monty python series no, I will plant it, only all thing like that, with what it is possible to be useful pleasantly offline.
Smile

Hello csipesz, on my server now is your Retro Megalomaniac in the form of one single ISO file....i'm not sure of its integrity, however, because the filesize is only 4gb. Perhaps that's just a side-effect of merging all the individual rar files, i don't know....and i have no md5sum for it. If someone could download and test it to see if it's properly intact, that would be good Smile

The iso can be downloaded from:
www.russoodlespuppylinuxstuff.net/csipesz. If you would like an ftp account so you can upload and add files, eg. .pet or .sfs files, for your puppy, please just PM me.

I rather suspect you took my mention of 'the full monty' literally, csipesz...sorry, that was just English/Australian vernacular talking - we don't seriously expect you to include the Monty Python series in your puppy! ! Laughing Wink

Fingers crossed that this iso is as it should be...

Cheers,
russoodle

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PostPosted: Sun 17 Jan 2016, 05:25    Post subject:  

Well:
I'm sorry, russoodle , but there is not something very much well...
I tried what you uploaded, and this the result:
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PostPosted: Tue 19 Jan 2016, 00:03    Post subject:  

OK csipesz, thank you. I will have to try again....i think it's because i copied it to the uploading PC on an external drive that was formatted to 32FAT, which only accepts files up to 4gb in size....bugger, didn't think of that at the time.. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Fri 22 Jan 2016, 08:32    Post subject: MD5SUM..  

If anyone else has downloaded and extracted these .rar files to your local PC, what md5sum do you have for it? The md5sum for the copy i have locally is:
855453d83041537c90b703e980ba9096 precise-5.7.1Retro-megalomaniac-EngHun-2016Jan.iso

EDIT:
csipesz, i think we're in business at last! Very Happy I re-uploaded the iso from original puppy PC with FileZilla, which gave the filesize as 4,606,571,712 bytes and on the server it's 4.29GB, so looks good to go Wink Let me know if all's ok and if the md5sum matches, please....ta.
Download location as per link in my above post..

Cheers,
russoodle

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PostPosted: Fri 05 Feb 2016, 06:32    Post subject: Slimmy, the precise version : i try this one first  

i Will try first the precise Puppy from hungaria, because faster download (600kB/second) will be the speed maxi because i am wireless connected.
Slimmy, the precise version is here

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PostPosted: Fri 05 Feb 2016, 08:44    Post subject:  

Pelo: I say it silently only, from among my CDs the csipeszpup the best one currently - you download it, according to me:
https://mega.nz/#!tREjRLjI!f8d8e48e-2xywUgGee0U-HKDJQwgFQnz-PDolaWevQo
or:
http://www.solidfiles.com/folder/7d6e37a10f/
briefer, more faultless, knows more on place of the same size.
the slimmy already elderly a bit...
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PostPosted: Fri 05 Feb 2016, 08:58    Post subject: I have some trouble .. with my bank urgent :)  

csipeszpup three browsers included !
Wait and see, i will come back.
I have some trouble .. with my bank urgent Smile

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PostPosted: Fri 11 Mar 2016, 10:10    Post subject:  

I think this was too much of a good thing uinfortunately; I tried to burn it to a DVD in order to boot it as a live disk but both PBurn and XFBurn failed to make a bootable copy of it.

Still, I know that there are other ways of using a Puppy ISO than burning one to a disk, so I'll try again soon.

Thanks for putting it together anyway,

CP .

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