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Puppy Linux 4.31glibc 2.19 - Rebuilt Iso unetbootin tested
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darry19662018

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PostPosted: Wed 07 Aug 2019, 14:35    Post subject:  

thanks Tallboy checking into this usually I manually frugally install my iso's - I'll use unetbootin and check this out. Embarassed
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PostPosted: Wed 07 Aug 2019, 14:51    Post subject:  

See first post and post below...
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PostPosted: Fri 09 Aug 2019, 16:39    Post subject:  

Hi guys,

I have rebuilt the iso and posted ammended link in the first post.

I used Scottman's woofy 0.91 and tested by booting a fresh boot with no savefile in unetbootin which successfully booted and tested programs and all seems well this time. Unfortunately I don't have the ability to test and burn a live cd..

I will also create a folder at the archive.org site so that if you want to do a 4.31 upgrade with glibc 2.19 yourself you can.

My apologies to all who did live-cd's that didn't work - I am very sorry this happened. I have removed the previous iso's.

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PostPosted: Fri 09 Aug 2019, 17:21    Post subject:  

Hi guys again,

Right I have uploaded all the files needed for a glibc2.19 upgrade of 4,31.
here: https://archive.org/download/pup4.311glibc2.19palemoon2.794sserev1

Browsers are accessed from jwm menu.



Instructions for doing your own upgrade:

1. Most important for the upgrade to work there is a text file called profile this should be copied to /etc this will replace /etc/profile it contains the following line..

export LC_ALL=C

2. All the lib files should be copied to /usr/lib - especially if you are wanting to run the updated psip which requires libcrypto.so 1 and libssl.so.1

Libreadline is important for a correctly working frisbee as well upgrade dhcp and wpasupplicant. Dbus and Dbus-glib are important for working browsers.

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PostPosted: Sat 10 Aug 2019, 02:42    Post subject:  

I don't like remastering. Make a savefile with your customizations and make an iso file including that savefile into the iso with mkisofs. Boot the iso with option "puppy pfix=ram". Copy the savefile on the hd from the iso and make your frugal install and you are done. You can easily fit the savefile for your hardware.
Another way is to extract the content of the main sfs, copy manually the possibly few new packages into it and rebuild it. At last rebuild the iso with mkisofs.

Edit: recent puppies have built-in isomaster.

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PostPosted: Sat 10 Aug 2019, 04:51    Post subject:  

Thank you Watchdog I will try those methods for other pups I do.
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PostPosted: Sun 11 Aug 2019, 00:02    Post subject: puppy 4.31 glibc 2.19
Subject description: testing os
 

posting from puppy 4.31 glibc 2.19. runs well on my hp invent amd athlon tm dual core
processor 4450e 2.3 ghz. 2gb ram.it's a keeper for me.thanks for a job well done. Smile
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PostPosted: Sun 11 Aug 2019, 03:03    Post subject: Re: puppy 4.31 glibc 2.19
Subject description: testing os
 

tanker60 wrote:
posting from puppy 4.31 glibc 2.19. runs well on my hp invent amd athlon tm dual core
processor 4450e 2.3 ghz. 2gb ram.it's a keeper for me.thanks for a job well done. Smile


Thanks Tanker it makes me feel very chuffed that it is of use to someone and here we are 10 years on from when 4.31 was created and it is still of use.https://distrowatch.com/?newsid=05720

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 02:30    Post subject: 4.31 glibc 2.19& html 5 video
Subject description: how to get html 5 video working
 

is it possible to get html 5 working. palemoon 27.9.4 and seamonkey 2.46 can run
html 5. it's not working so has to be something missing in the 4.31 system. Smile
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 04:06    Post subject: Re: 4.31 glibc 2.19& html 5 video
Subject description: how to get html 5 video working
 

tanker60 wrote:
is it possible to get html 5 working. palemoon 27.9.4 and seamonkey 2.46 can run
html 5. it's not working so has to be something missing in the 4.31 system. Smile


I have found some videos in Seamonkey work and some don't. Here is one that does.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErSr3Z289JQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoGCh3FuRbQ&t=49s

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 05:04    Post subject:  

MMmm Yes Palemoon isn't doning Html at youtube so using the seamonkey 2.46 from menu-internet Seamonkey2.46 is the one to use to make it default edit the Browse Icon and have the following entry

Code:
#!/bin/sh
exec /usr/local/seamonkey/seamonkey "$@"


To do this right click on desktop browse Icon and left click on Browse - open as text, make changes as above and save them.

P.s. There is a left over old Seamonkey that should have been deleted by Seamonkey so it is imortant to use the later 2.46 Seamonkey from menu/internet Seamonkey 2.46.

When next version of 4.31 Phoenix is done I'll delete it. Its in /opt/seamonkey/seamonkey.

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 12:26    Post subject:  

Hallo, Darren.

Now, then; what's the current state of play with this? I fancy giving this a try on ye anciente Dell, see if I can speed things up a tad.

I've currently got Raring and Precise running on here, installed to the SSD. Precise is a bit sprightlier than Raring, which itself ain't too bad speed-wise.

I've got a bit confused, reading the previous posts, as to how you try this out. Do I understand correctly, that you have to install this first, before trying it out.....like, say, a frugal straight to USB? No 'Live-CD', is that right?

I'll probably do a quick'n'dirty, anyway.

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Palemoon 27.9.4_sse runs OK, yes? I might use my portable version.....we'll see.

Is MikeB's 431 stuff still available......and, more importantly, does it run with this any longer, having upgraded the glibc? Or can we actually run more up to date stuff now? (Ooh, please say 'Yes'..! Laughing)

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That's enough questions for now! I'll leave those with you, OK? Oh; while I think of it, you say PSIP 1.4.2's behaving itself on here? I'm wondering, y'see; it's entirely possible the portable packages I assembled for Smokey's BackSeatDriver may work, too; it uses 1.4.2. Perhaps not the AppImages, but I think definitely the self-extracting scripts ought to... Worth a try, anyhow, I reckon.

I'll take a crack at this, let ya know what happens.


Mike. Wink

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 14:19    Post subject:  

Mike Walsh wrote:
Hallo, Darren.

Now, then; what's the current state of play with this? I fancy giving this a try on ye anciente Dell, see if I can speed things up a tad.

I've currently got Raring and Precise running on here, installed to the SSD. Precise is a bit sprightlier than Raring, which itself ain't too bad speed-wise.

I've got a bit confused, reading the previous posts, as to how you try this out. Do I understand correctly, that you have to install this first, before trying it out.....like, say, a frugal straight to USB? No 'Live-CD', is that right?

I'll probably do a quick'n'dirty, anyway.

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Palemoon 27.9.4_sse runs OK, yes? I might use my portable version.....we'll see.

Is MikeB's 431 stuff still available......and, more importantly, does it run with this any longer, having upgraded the glibc? Or can we actually run more up to date stuff now? (Ooh, please say 'Yes'..! Laughing)

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That's enough questions for now! I'll leave those with you, OK? Oh; while I think of it, you say PSIP 1.4.2's behaving itself on here? I'm wondering, y'see; it's entirely possible the portable packages I assembled for Smokey's BackSeatDriver may work, too; it uses 1.4.2. Perhaps not the AppImages, but I think definitely the self-extracting scripts ought to... Worth a try, anyhow, I reckon.

I'll take a crack at this, let ya know what happens.


Mike. Wink


Yes Psip was updated as I included necessary openssl libs. Watchdog told me old one wasn't working anymore that came with original 4.31 also updated deadbeef to 0.7.2.

I have noticed Palemoon 27.9.4SSE was no longer doing HTML5 would love this to be solved. As stated seamonkey 2.46 from the menu does play HTML5. from youtube.Smile

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 14:42    Post subject:  

I might add I have been unable even with the updates been able to get PM 28 working.
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Aug 2019, 16:28    Post subject:  

About youtube. You can download the video with an extension (easy youtube video downloader express) and play it with xine. Google does not support anymore old softwares.
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