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Puppy Linux 4.31glibc 2.19 - Rebuilt Iso unetbootin tested
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darry19662018

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PostPosted: Tue 03 Sep 2019, 14:53    Post subject:  

Thanks Mike:)
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PostPosted: Thu 05 Sep 2019, 06:52    Post subject:
Subject description: VLC 1.1.10 Lucid 525 .pet
 

Uploaded Vlc 1.1.10 by billtoo

https://archive.org/download/pup4.311glibc2.19palemoon2.794sserev1/vlc-1.1.10-i686-lucid525.pet

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=69226

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PostPosted: Sun 08 Sep 2019, 03:24    Post subject: New experimental version
Subject description: Has newer dbus and dbus-glib and glib 2.32 by Watchdog
 

Here it is: https://archive.org/download/pup4.311glibc2.19palemoon2.794sserev1/Phoenix4.31%282019%29v3.iso
Ok what is in it libiffi6 Jessie.pet, fltk, fltkmusic (requires sox available in package manager),
FLTK Sudoku, glib 2.32, taz2pet, tcz2pet, txz2pet, dbus 1.6.8, dbus 0.100, vlc 1.10, jack 0.120, libavc1394, libraw1394, - This release is bigger than v2 version but lots of updates.

Enjoy.

I will upload the .pets soon.

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PostPosted: Mon 09 Sep 2019, 04:07    Post subject:
Subject description: Inbuilt Unetbootin
 

As a side note Phoenix has unetbootin and libs - so very useful for using with iso's

From terminal type unetbootin installtype=USB targetdrive=/dev/sdb1 (or whatever your flashdrive identifies as).

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PostPosted: Tue 10 Sep 2019, 02:56    Post subject: Re: New experimental version
Subject description: Has newer dbus and dbus-glib and glib 2.32 by Watchdog
 

darry19662018 wrote:
Here it is: https://archive.org/download/pup4.311glibc2.19palemoon2.794sserev1/Phoenix4.31%282019%29v3.iso
Ok what is in it libiffi6 Jessie.pet, fltk, fltkmusic (requires sox available in package manager),
FLTK Sudoku, glib 2.32, taz2pet, tcz2pet, txz2pet, dbus 1.6.8, dbus 0.100, vlc 1.10, jack 0.120, libavc1394, libraw1394, - This release is bigger than v2 version but lots of updates.

Enjoy.

I will upload the .pets soon.


Here is all the .pets used for the latest Phoenix including the glib 2.32 update please intall libiffi6 jessie update.

https://archive.org/download/pup4.311glibc2.19palemoon2.794sserev1/phoenix.tar.gz

Well that pretty much is all I can do with Puppy 4 - been doing it since around 2013 so the end of a long journey with a great series of Pups - enjoy playing with Phoenix 4.31:)Smile

Final note thanks to all who contributed and tried out Phoenix.

P.s. Added pupMTP for using with cellphones - all .pets needed in archive.


https://archive.org/download/pup4.311glibc2.19palemoon2.794sserev1/pupmtp.tar.gz

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Mike Walsh


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PostPosted: Tue 10 Sep 2019, 05:34    Post subject:  

Morning, Darren.

darry19662018 wrote:
Well that pretty much is all I can do with Puppy 4 - been doing it since around 2013 so the end of a long journey with a great series of Pups - enjoy playing with Phoenix 4.31:) Smile

Final note thanks to all who contributed and tried out Phoenix.


Thank YOU for resurrecting the 'Phoenix' and putting it all together..!

I've had a lot of fun with this one, and learnt some new 'tricks' along the way, thanks to watchdog's 'chroot jail' stuff. I think I now see what all the fuss was with Puppy 4.3.1; it's still very useable, on the whole - external drive issues notwithstanding, though that could be peculiar to my hardware; I can't say.

Cheers, anyway. Thanks again.


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PostPosted: Wed 06 Nov 2019, 22:12    Post subject:  

Evening, darry/all.

Revisiting this thread after a hiatus of a couple of months. As a follow-up to the question I posed in this post about the Phoenix's display appearing far too bright & 'washed-out' looking on ye elderly Compaq tower, I'm pleased to be able to report a solution.

As a development on the thread I started about a suitable screen brightness control for desktop computers, Fred starting investigating the possibility of incorporating a 'lightweight' CLI version of RedShift into a fully-automated, combination brightness/tint control, along with its own automatic geo-location. These were built as a 'generic' 32-bit version, a 'generic' 64-bit version, and a variant that was specially-built for Wary/Racy. They're currently up to version 3; I can't believe I never thought to give these a try.

I started off with the Wary/Racy build.....and didn't need to look any further. It may, perhaps, be the particular combination of the Phoenix's X-server stuff and my specific graphics hardware - this may not pose a problem for anybody else - but the Wary/Racy build has completely cured the issue for me.

If anybody else has the 'problem', and wants a solution, you can find the current versions attached to the first post of this thread:-

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=1005847&sid=360e4d7ade3d19649a5d87f6e77b352d

Fred says that the Wary variant was intended for older Puppies with a far more minimal Xorg setup - which includes 431, I guess. They're packaged as a self-extracting script; just d/l the Wary variant, untar it with UExtract, then stick the resulting script into /root/Startup, as is (it's only just over 250 kb, total). It unpacks itself into /tmp at boot, and runs from there for the duration of the session.

It creates a hidden .rshift directory in /root, where all the settings & automatic geo-location stuff resides, so will remember your settings from one session to the next.

Thoroughly recommended if you've got the same issue as me.....and recommended anyway, since the reddish night-time 'tint' it gives is far more restful on the eyes than the harsh, blue-white light that most monitors produce. Doesn't interfere with your beauty sleep, either! Very Happy

Sorted.


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