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mr-kumar-abhishek


Joined: 01 Oct 2019
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PostPosted: Tue 01 Oct 2019, 04:02    Post subject:  Bionic Dev Puppy Linux [Alpha]
Subject description: A remastered version of bionicpup32
 

Hello,

So I have made a remastered version of bionicpup32. This remastered version basically focused for users who are into software development.

This the website's link giving you the features of this puppy linux.


http://bionic-dev.web1337.net/

It includes:

1) QT 5.2 (A c++ application framework)
2) Java SDK 8
3) Mono .NET Framework
4) all the packages of devx
5) support of all indigenous language font of all countries
6) Torch scientific framework for machine learning

Here is the download link of the ISO file.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/ldiw5rcwnsiie5n/bionic-dev-puppy-linux-uefi-alpha-0.1.iso/file

Code:

md5sum bionic-dev-puppy-linux-uefi-alpha-0.1.iso
d6f1738cd2754328789ba7fe95f15bab  bionic-dev-puppy-linux-uefi-alpha-0.1.iso


Updates

1) Fix of vim issue
2) Has Torch scientific framework for machine learning
3) qmake now runs as qmake-qt5
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Old: (doesn't have torch)
http://bionic-dev.web1337.net/bionic-dev-puppy-linux-uefi-alpha.iso

Code:

# md5sum bionic-dev-puppy-linux-uefi-alpha.iso
6396978e2653a4307a271ea2e001471b  bionic-dev-puppy-linux-uefi-alpha.iso


Known Issues:

1) qmake of qt 5.2 C++ application framework doesn't work (apparently its lost)

2) vim is named as vim.basic so a user who wants to use vim will have type vim.basic instead of vim

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I am coming after a long hiatus from puppy linux community and have forgotten many things. Sad So I would be grateful if any developers could test drive it and give me more suggestions on improving it.

This is not focused on making the smallest operating system but a puppy linux centered around for developers' use.

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mr-kumar-abhishek


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PostPosted: Tue 01 Oct 2019, 10:25    Post subject: Discovered some issues with QT and vim packages  

So... I have discovered some issues with QT and vim packages. vim is saved as vim.basic in bin directory and qmake is no where to be found.

Alpha version 0.1 will uploaded soon with vim fixed and extra package of torch scientific computing framework for machine learning.
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mr-kumar-abhishek


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PostPosted: Tue 01 Oct 2019, 13:26    Post subject: Included Alpha version 0.1
Subject description: Update of bionic dev
 

Have included another download link of newer version of bionic dev ( Alpha 0.1 )
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OscarTalks


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PostPosted: Tue 01 Oct 2019, 13:39    Post subject:  

Are you using the Ubuntu Bionic packages of Qt5?
If so, they split things up and for qmake you will need the package named qt5-qmake
There is a package named qt5-qmake-bin as well. I think both are needed. Look for the real qmake executable and make sure it is in PATH via symlink or wrapper script.

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rockedge


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PostPosted: Tue 01 Oct 2019, 15:04    Post subject:  

I will test it out and put the OS through some hoops. I need to train some weights for Darknet-YOLO and some other machine learning python programs.
I will add PERL, PYTHON 2 and 3 plus a LHMP server (Hiawatha,mariaDB,PHP7.3+) and
Node.js for some of the work I need to do
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mr-kumar-abhishek


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PostPosted: Wed 02 Oct 2019, 01:23    Post subject:  

OscarTalks wrote:
Are you using the Ubuntu Bionic packages of Qt5?
If so, they split things up and for qmake you will need the package named qt5-qmake
There is a package named qt5-qmake-bin as well. I think both are needed. Look for the real qmake executable and make sure it is in PATH via symlink or wrapper script.


In the updated version qmake runs as qmake-qt5.

rockedge wrote:
I will test it out and put the OS through some hoops. I need to train some weights for Darknet-YOLO and some other machine learning python programs.
I will add PERL, PYTHON 2 and 3 plus a LHMP server (Hiawatha,mariaDB,PHP7.3+) and
Node.js for some of the work I need to do


I would also venture in pytorch (the new torch machine learning ) setup if you need it and also LHMP.
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ally


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PostPosted: Wed 02 Oct 2019, 08:14    Post subject:  

I've been unable to download from either links

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mr-kumar-abhishek


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PostPosted: Thu 03 Oct 2019, 03:50    Post subject: Solution.
Subject description: Also more clarification needed regarding your issue.
 

ally wrote:
I've been unable to download from either links

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Please clarify and elaborate what errors you are getting during the download, the download links are direct links to ISO file, since these are big files you might want to

Code:

# wget http://bionic-dev.web1337.net/bionic-dev-puppy-linux-uefi-alpha-0.1.iso


In your linux system or simply use a browser for windows system. Right click on the link and click on "save as option on your windows system.
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wiak

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PostPosted: Thu 03 Oct 2019, 05:05    Post subject:  

Download links working ok here, but takes a good number of seconds before download address resolved and download begins. But download seems to proceed fine after that.

EDIT: I didn't wait for download to complete. From later reports seems there are timeout/delay issues - not surprising considering early delay. I guess wget -c would eventually get it, but there is a 'trick' on Linux I once used in Philippines to get round such timeout issues - alas I've searched/googled for that method since (it worked on huge noisy delay or poor bandwidth hotel wifi connection but alas I cannot remember how I did it - some /proc network variable I expect - certainly some tcp/ip related config anyway.

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PostPosted: Thu 03 Oct 2019, 05:30    Post subject:  

Over here, browser download "finishes" after 9.6MB to an unusable image while both wget and curl fail with 403/Forbidden
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PostPosted: Thu 03 Oct 2019, 07:58    Post subject:    

mavrothal wrote:
Over here, browser download "finishes" after 9.6MB to an unusable image while both wget and curl fail with 403/Forbidden


Okay uploading in mirrors. Do you know any good file sharing websites for large files? preferably free?
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PostPosted: Thu 03 Oct 2019, 10:38    Post subject:  New download link from media fire
Subject description: The download link is from mediafire now it works
 

Okay so I have updated the downloaded link of the newer version of puppy it works happy testing and developing ~
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