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PostPosted: Tue 30 Jul 2019, 20:02    Post subject: kodi-18.3-leia
Subject description: For tests
 

Kodi 18.3 Leia For tests



kodi-18.3-Leia.

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PostPosted: Tue 30 Jul 2019, 22:08    Post subject: Re: why the system don't use my savefile?  

blgs wrote:
alextome930 wrote:
why the system can't find my savefile?
I did a frugal install on a USB-stick which had 2 partitions .I created a folder named dpupbuster64, and copyed initrd.gz vmlinuz puppy_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs zdrv_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs into it. Then I installed grub4dos on partition 1 with the following scripts:
Code:

title DpupBuster64 (sdd1)
  find --set-root /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz
  kernel /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz pfix=fsck pmedia=usbflash  PSUBDIR=dpupbuster64
  initrd /dpupbuster64/initrd.gz


it worked, the system boot well, audio graphic network are good .I can do anything . when i run shutdown or reboot , system asked me to create a savefile , i created a savefile (dpupbuster64save-0731.2fs) on partition 2 . Here is the problem: when I reboot the system, it couldn't find my savefile which just created. All the things I changed before reboot are gone.

What's the problem? Can anybody help me?

By the way, please forgive my pore English.


I assume sdd1 is your boot partition (FAT or ext4) and sdd2 is the partition (ext4) where your save file is located.

Replace "PSUBDIR=dpupbuster64" by "psave=sdd2". During bootup the system while search dpupbuster64 at sdd2.


Thanks for your answer. I tried replace "PSUBDIR=dpupbuster64" by "psave=sdd2" as your said. But I got this error, it couldn't find puppy_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs. the system couldn't boot up.

There is an another puppy in my usb-stick, it is bionicpup64 8.0, and the menu.lst can be seen below.

Code:

title Puppy bionicpup64 8.0 (sdd1)
  kernel /bionicpup8/vmlinuz   pmedia=usbflash pfix=fsck
  initrd /bionicpup8/initrd.gz


It works well, all the things are good. And the save file is in the sdd2/dpupbuster64.

But this pup can't , I don't know why.
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Jul 2019, 22:12    Post subject: Re: why the system don't use my savefile?  

josejp2424 wrote:
alextome930 wrote:
why the system can't find my savefile?
I did a frugal install on a USB-stick which had 2 partitions .I created a folder named dpupbuster64, and copyed initrd.gz vmlinuz puppy_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs zdrv_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs into it. Then I installed grub4dos on partition 1 with the following scripts:
Code:

title DpupBuster64 (sdd1)
  find --set-root /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz
  kernel /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz pfix=fsck pmedia=usbflash  PSUBDIR=dpupbuster64
  initrd /dpupbuster64/initrd.gz


it worked, the system boot well, audio graphic network are good .I can do anything . when i run shutdown or reboot , system asked me to create a savefile , i created a savefile (dpupbuster64save-0731.2fs) on partition 2 . Here is the problem: when I reboot the system, it couldn't find my savefile which just created. All the things I changed before reboot are gone.

What's the problem? Can anybody help me?

By the way, please forgive my pore English.


The menu.list is fine.
but are you sure you saved the dpupbuster64save-0731.2fs in the sdd1 partition?


Thanks for your answer. I saved the savefile in the sdd2, because there is not enough space on sdd1. so I chosed sdd2. I try to change to sdd1, but when the save program run, it never give the chance to change to another partition, it just let me change the folder.
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PostPosted: Sat 03 Aug 2019, 06:16    Post subject: Re: why the system don't use my savefile?  

alextome930 wrote:
blgs wrote:
alextome930 wrote:
why the system can't find my savefile?
I did a frugal install on a USB-stick which had 2 partitions .I created a folder named dpupbuster64, and copyed initrd.gz vmlinuz puppy_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs zdrv_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs into it. Then I installed grub4dos on partition 1 with the following scripts:
Code:

title DpupBuster64 (sdd1)
  find --set-root /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz
  kernel /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz pfix=fsck pmedia=usbflash  PSUBDIR=dpupbuster64
  initrd /dpupbuster64/initrd.gz


it worked, the system boot well, audio graphic network are good .I can do anything . when i run shutdown or reboot , system asked me to create a savefile , i created a savefile (dpupbuster64save-0731.2fs) on partition 2 . Here is the problem: when I reboot the system, it couldn't find my savefile which just created. All the things I changed before reboot are gone.

What's the problem? Can anybody help me?

By the way, please forgive my pore English.


I assume sdd1 is your boot partition (FAT or ext4) and sdd2 is the partition (ext4) where your save file is located.

Replace "PSUBDIR=dpupbuster64" by "psave=sdd2". During bootup the system while search dpupbuster64 at sdd2.


Thanks for your answer. I tried replace "PSUBDIR=dpupbuster64" by "psave=sdd2" as your said. But I got this error, it couldn't find puppy_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs. the system couldn't boot up.

There is an another puppy in my usb-stick, it is bionicpup64 8.0, and the menu.lst can be seen below.

Code:

title Puppy bionicpup64 8.0 (sdd1)
  kernel /bionicpup8/vmlinuz   pmedia=usbflash pfix=fsck
  initrd /bionicpup8/initrd.gz


It works well, all the things are good. And the save file is in the sdd2/dpupbuster64.

But this pup can't , I don't know why.


I have installed Dpupbuster64 on a usb (uefi mode)
Partition one : sdb1 (FAT32) : all boot files including UEFI directory
Partion two : sdb2 (ext4) is containing the savefile in /

See below my grub.cfg file

Quote
insmod png
background_image /splash.png
set timeout=10

menuentry "Start dpupbuster64 8.0.0" {
linux /vmlinuz pfix=copy,fsck pmedia=cd pkeys=us plang=nl_NL psave=sdb2
initrd /initrd.gz
}

menuentry "Start dpupbuster64 8.0.0 - Don't copy SFS files to RAM" {
linux /vmlinuz pfix=nocopy,fsck pmedia=cd pkeys=us plang=nl_NL psave=sdb2
initrd /initrd.gz
}

menuentry "Start dpupbuster64 8.0.0 - RAM only" {
linux /vmlinuz pfix=ram,fsck pmedia=cd pkeys=us plang=nl_NL
initrd /initrd.gz
}

menuentry "Start dpupbuster64 8.0.0 - No X" {
linux /vmlinuz pfix=nox,fsck pmedia=cd pkeys=us plang=nl_NL psave=sdb2
initrd /initrd.gz
}

menuentry "Start dpupbuster64 8.0.0 - No KMS (Kernel mode setting)" {
linux /vmlinuz nomodeset pfix=fsck pmedia=cd pkeys=us plang=nl_NL psave=sdb2
initrd /initrd.gz
}

menuentry "Start dpupbuster64 8.0.0 - Ram Disk SHell" {
linux /vmlinuz pfix=rdsh pmedia=cd pkeys=us plang=nl_NL psave=sdb2
initrd /initrd.gz
}

menuentry "Shutdown" {
halt
}

menuentry "Reboot" {
reboot
}
Unquote

In my case Dpupbuster64 operates perfectly on usb stick. During boot-up the savefile on sdb2 is loaded.

I do not know what went wrong in your case. But it should work.
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Aug 2019, 15:07    Post subject: openbox plus 64
Subject description: openbox plus 64
 

for test

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=1033700#1033700


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PostPosted: Mon 12 Aug 2019, 15:31    Post subject: Testing: - dpupbuster64-8.0.0-uefi-beta3 issued 28/07/2019  

Hi josejp2424,

Thanks for this beta. I did encounter some minor issues including the need to deviate
from my normal boot codes using syslinux. Other members also seem to have had problems
with different boot loaders and I wonder whether there have been recent WoofCE changes to
Puppy's standard boot codes such as psavemark= ?????

I will report in detail on the other minor issues in a separate post but wanted first to test
PulseAudio with SSR which I installed via PPM.
A link to a video held on Google Photos follows and SSR was a joy to use with PA.
The video may optionally be downloaded (142 MB)

https://photos.app.goo.gl/spuoAuu5bXgEZzXp9
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PostPosted: Tue 13 Aug 2019, 07:17    Post subject: Re: Testing: - dpupbuster64-8.0.0-uefi-beta3 issued 28/07/2019
Subject description: woof-ce
 

ETP wrote:
Hi josejp2424,

Thanks for this beta. I did encounter some minor issues including the need to deviate
from my normal boot codes using syslinux. Other members also seem to have had problems
with different boot loaders and I wonder whether there have been recent WoofCE changes to
Puppy's standard boot codes such as psavemark= ?????

I will report in detail on the other minor issues in a separate post but wanted first to test
PulseAudio with SSR which I installed via PPM.
A link to a video held on Google Photos follows and SSR was a joy to use with PA.
The video may optionally be downloaded (142 MB)

https://photos.app.goo.gl/spuoAuu5bXgEZzXp9
.


hi ETP .
woof-ce has had changes, and very good changes.

I liked the videos, Very Happy

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PostPosted: Tue 13 Aug 2019, 16:30    Post subject: Testing: - dpupbuster64-8.0.0-uefi-beta3 issued 28/07/2019
Subject description: More detail
 

Hi josejp2424,

I agree that woof-CE has made great advances but sometimes fundamental changes are not communicated to our users.
The problem seems to be a lack of a readily viewable mechanism where new or changed behaviour can be detailed.
The obvious place for such announcements is the blog at puppylinux.com.
Forum member peebee I think, took it upon himself to post on 28/08/18 about important
changes to ROX-Filer in the testing branch of woof-CE.
http://blog.puppylinux.com/puppy-specific-version-of-rox-filer-in-woof-ce-testing-branch

Install was a manual frugal from the ISO to the 3rd f2fs partition (sdb3) on a 16GB USB2 stick.
Boot was provided by a vesamenu entry on the fat32 boot partition (sdb1) using syslinux 4.04.
The working entry was as follows:

Code:
LABEL dpupbuster64
MENU LABEL Dpup Buster64 Beta3  11/08/19
KERNEL /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz intel_pstate=disable
APPEND initrd=/dpupbuster64/initrd.gz pmedia=usbflash pupsfs=sdb3:/puppy_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs pdev1=sdb3

My initial attempt with
Code:
APPEND initrd=/dpupbuster64/initrd.gz pmedia=usbflash psavemark=3

booted but failed to find the save folder which had been created and populated.
Strange, as that has been working earlier this year when testing a variety of Pups

Items installed:

    libdouble-conversion1_3.1.0-3|routines to convert IEEE floats to and from strings
    libpcre2-16-0_10.32-5|New Perl Compatible Regular Expression Library - 16 bit runtime files
    libqt5core5a_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 core module
    libqt5dbus5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 D-Bus module
    libqt5gui5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 GUI module
    libqt5network5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 network module
    libqt5widgets5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 widgets module
    libqt5x11extras5_5.11.3-2|Qt 5 X11 extras
    libxcb-keysyms1_0.4.0-1+b2|utility libraries for X C Binding -- keysyms
    libxcb-xinerama0_1.13.1-2|X C Binding xinerama extension
    simplescreenrecorder_0.3.11-1+b1|Feature-rich screen recorder for X11 and OpenGL

    opera-stable_62.0.3331.99_amd64|Fast and secure web browser
    ListDD-2.1|List dynamic dependencies
    Pup-SysInfo-2.8.6|System information utility
    startup_welcome_alert-mk2|Provides multilingual verbal Startup welcome plus Internet connection alarm
    translate-shell_0.9.6.9-1|Command-line translator using Google Translate etc.
    libfribidi-bin_1.0.5-3.1|Free Implementation of the Unicode BiDi algorithm utility
    speechify|Add multilingual speech to system splash screens
    cursor_themes-1-1|themes for mouse cursor

Notes:

In the above opera was a manual install of the official deb with a custom desktop file and suitable libffmpeg.so file in a
created directory - /usr/lib/x86_64-linix-gnu/opera/lib_extra

The cursor themes pack was installed over the top of the existing pack as I was unable to select any cursor. That did the trick.

A list of minor issues revealed by a ListDD system scan & examination of various logs is attached.

The bottom line is that IMHO, this is a great Pup with the potential to become an "official" Pup.
It is a pleasure to use with many novel features. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue 13 Aug 2019, 22:22    Post subject: Re: Testing: - dpupbuster64-8.0.0-uefi-beta3 issued 28/07/2019
Subject description: More detail
 

ETP wrote:
Hi josejp2424,

I agree that woof-CE has made great advances but sometimes fundamental changes are not communicated to our users.
The problem seems to be a lack of a readily viewable mechanism where new or changed behaviour can be detailed.
The obvious place for such announcements is the blog at puppylinux.com.
Forum member peebee I think, took it upon himself to post on 28/08/18 about important
changes to ROX-Filer in the testing branch of woof-CE.
http://blog.puppylinux.com/puppy-specific-version-of-rox-filer-in-woof-ce-testing-branch

Install was a manual frugal from the ISO to the 3rd f2fs partition (sdb3) on a 16GB USB2 stick.
Boot was provided by a vesamenu entry on the fat32 boot partition (sdb1) using syslinux 4.04.
The working entry was as follows:

Code:
LABEL dpupbuster64
MENU LABEL Dpup Buster64 Beta3  11/08/19
KERNEL /dpupbuster64/vmlinuz intel_pstate=disable
APPEND initrd=/dpupbuster64/initrd.gz pmedia=usbflash pupsfs=sdb3:/puppy_dpupbuster64_8.0.0.sfs pdev1=sdb3

My initial attempt with
Code:
APPEND initrd=/dpupbuster64/initrd.gz pmedia=usbflash psavemark=3

booted but failed to find the save folder which had been created and populated.
Strange, as that has been working earlier this year when testing a variety of Pups

Items installed:

    libdouble-conversion1_3.1.0-3|routines to convert IEEE floats to and from strings
    libpcre2-16-0_10.32-5|New Perl Compatible Regular Expression Library - 16 bit runtime files
    libqt5core5a_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 core module
    libqt5dbus5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 D-Bus module
    libqt5gui5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 GUI module
    libqt5network5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 network module
    libqt5widgets5_5.11.3+dfsg1-1|Qt 5 widgets module
    libqt5x11extras5_5.11.3-2|Qt 5 X11 extras
    libxcb-keysyms1_0.4.0-1+b2|utility libraries for X C Binding -- keysyms
    libxcb-xinerama0_1.13.1-2|X C Binding xinerama extension
    simplescreenrecorder_0.3.11-1+b1|Feature-rich screen recorder for X11 and OpenGL

    opera-stable_62.0.3331.99_amd64|Fast and secure web browser
    ListDD-2.1|List dynamic dependencies
    Pup-SysInfo-2.8.6|System information utility
    startup_welcome_alert-mk2|Provides multilingual verbal Startup welcome plus Internet connection alarm
    translate-shell_0.9.6.9-1|Command-line translator using Google Translate etc.
    libfribidi-bin_1.0.5-3.1|Free Implementation of the Unicode BiDi algorithm utility
    speechify|Add multilingual speech to system splash screens
    cursor_themes-1-1|themes for mouse cursor

Notes:

In the above opera was a manual install of the official deb with a custom desktop file and suitable libffmpeg.so file in a
created directory - /usr/lib/x86_64-linix-gnu/opera/lib_extra

The cursor themes pack was installed over the top of the existing pack as I was unable to select any cursor. That did the trick.

A list of minor issues revealed by a ListDD system scan & examination of various logs is attached.

The bottom line is that IMHO, this is a great Pup with the potential to become an "official" Pup.
It is a pleasure to use with many novel features. Very Happy


hi ETP .

Thanks for the tests, and the details offered. .
and hopefully in the next iso, the errors will be fixed.

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PostPosted: Tue 13 Aug 2019, 22:41    Post subject: virtualbox 6
Subject description: virtualbox 6
 

VirtualBox 6.0



Download VirtualBox 6.0

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 02:40    Post subject: dependency check in Dbuserpup64  

Please include a program to verify the dependecies of the installed programs.
Some .deb programs can be installed but won't work e.g. megasync.

By checking the dependency of a program, the missing files can be installed afterwards.
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 04:28    Post subject:  

I think josejp2424 has installed pkg from sc0ttman. You can use that.
You can use it from the terminal!
http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=112927
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 08:20    Post subject: Re: dependency check in Dbuserpup64  

blgs wrote:
Please include a program to verify the dependecies of the installed programs.
Some .deb programs can be installed but won't work e.g. megasync.

By checking the dependency of a program, the missing files can be installed afterwards.



if it's true,
ListDD should be installed

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PostPosted: Thu 15 Aug 2019, 14:15    Post subject: wine 4.13
Subject description: for test wine
 

for test Wine 4.13 Multilib.




Download Wine 4.13

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PostPosted: Tue 20 Aug 2019, 18:39    Post subject:  

here's a 32bit compatibility.sfs made from radky's busterpup32.
all i tested was steam, which worked fine.
https://mega.nz/#!oF8yTQ7Y!8pP3dVmfKnw4xnmhNcpEqljdw9mMLAcQSzOoXsz2re8

edit: re-uploaded fixing udev link reported by watchdog

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