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Pizzasgood


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PostPosted: Mon 26 Feb 2007, 20:31    Post_subject:  

Calendar icon:
/usr/share/midi-icons/date48.png

Bctangokde doesn't have an Opera icon, just the globe icon it uses for Firefox. Opera should come with it's own icon, probably in /usr/local/opera/ or somewhere. Otherwise there are plenty of Opera icons on the web.

EDIT: Didn't see the request for a sylpheed icon:
This one isn't bctangokde, but it is included by default:
/usr/share/midi-icons/email48.png

I'm attaching a bctagokde icon too
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xandas

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PostPosted: Thu 01 Mar 2007, 17:16    Post_subject: Opera icon  

Attached is a Opera icon.
Enjoy it.
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HdE

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PostPosted: Fri 02 Mar 2007, 18:05    Post_subject:  

TonshA wrote:
The multimedia support really blew me away. The best I've ever seen for a Puppy release (That I can recall anyway)...

..Clicking on an excel file didn't open the file in Gnumeric. Didn't do anything actually. Easily fixed by setting the run action in Rox. No problem. It's a spit'n'polish thing...

I've just booted off the Live-CD a few times, but this looks like one of the best Puppies yet! Good Job!!
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xandas

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PostPosted: Sat 03 Mar 2007, 17:12    Post_subject: Alsa, Skype. Old computers.  

Pizzasgood, your pizzapup is very well done. It runs incredibly fast with a beatuful screen definition. I think that it will be a "landmark" as Grafpup, 2.02Opera by John Murga, Muppy 007 and 2.10CE editions.
The only thing that don't works is the alsa detection of old cards.
I found that copying the folder /lib/modules from Puppy 2.02 opera, by john Murga and replacing the "modules" folder in /lib/ resolves the problem. (also present in 2.13 and 2.14 Puppies).
But I dont may to put in work Skype. (in Murga202 distro works OK).
¿Some guy may help me?.
Xan
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Mar 2007, 08:40    Post_subject: Pizzapup 3.0 FINAL  

Sorry to say I am totally unable to load your pup. On booting up the display gave the various keyboard options but totally froze at that point.

Trust this may be of assistance

Ian

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sml

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PostPosted: Sun 04 Mar 2007, 08:44    Post_subject:  

I doubt it would be any help at all. Maybe you can provide more info. Hardware, messages, does puppy work, which version, etc etc.
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Mar 2007, 13:27    Post_subject: Pizzapup 3.0 FINAL  

Sml

If you were addressing my post all I can say is that I have fully described what happened. The boot sequence took me from starting the system up till the PizzaPup displayed the keyboard choices. No error messages were displayed and the system froze. Had to power off and start over with Barry's 2.14 version.

Strangely enough something similar happens with Muppy 007.

Sorry I can not give any clear hint on this.

Perhaps you can assist me. I liked the Opera icon provided by xandas and ask how do I substitute this for that currently being used for the browser identification.

I am very new to this and have been seeking out the various options open to me and this is how I am in this section of the forum rather that for the beginners.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Ian
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Mar 2007, 18:23    Post_subject:  

I have now been a Pizzapup user now for 4 days and love it! (1st time for any Linux). My kids love the dog on the wallpaper.

I have run into a problem with TightVNC Server. When I connect ot it I get a screen that shows the desktop wallpaper and icons, but I do not get the bar at the bottom, and if I start a program from one of the icons I get a window without any border. So if I bring up for example, the file manager, there is no way to move it or close it.

I have tried it on two different PCs with the same result. I do also have an installation of eboxpup on a box and the VNC server works as I expect on there.
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Mar 2007, 21:27    Post_subject:  

@xandas: Thanks, I'll look into that. My own audio has felt shaky for a couple versions now too.

@Scoticus: What about the standard Puppy 2.12?

@MorganP: I have very little knowledge of TightVNC and anything related. That's a type of remote desktop setup, right? Are you saying the other computer doesn't get the taskbar from the Pizzapup box, or that the taskbar dies when you connect to another machine? The taskbar and window borders are part of the windowmanager, IceWM. Is there some setting in TightVNC regarding windowmanagers?

What windowmanager does the eboxpup use? JWM, IceWM, XFCE, Enlightenment? Check /etc/windowmanager if unsure.

When the windowmanager is dead, you could try opening rxvt and running the command icewm & to restart it, but I don't know if that even works. It can't break anything though. Wink

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2007, 03:41    Post_subject: Pizzapup 3.0 FINAL  

Pizzasgood

I have just started with Puppy. Went straight in at 2.13 and as part of finding out what was going on downloaded Muppy 007 and your Pizzapup. In both instances I could not correctly boot up.

If 2.12 is available I will download this and report back.

Ian
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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2007, 10:17    Post_subject: PZZAPUP
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I don't know who to address this to but I love this Distro. Great job.

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2007, 16:16    Post_subject:  

@Scoticus: http://puptrix.org/isos/Puppylinux-official/2.12/
Thanks. Knowing whether a bug is something I induced or if it was already there helps determine what might cause it.

@steings: That would be me, thanks. Smile Couldn't have done it without everyone else though. Thus my feeble attempt at a "credits" section in my first post.

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2007, 18:28    Post_subject: Pizzapup 3.0 FINAL  

Pizzasgood

Used your link and downloaded 2.12 and like your 3.0 final once again only got as far as the keyboard choices only to replicate the problem.

I totally gave up on Muppy 007 so I do not have it to go back on but the problem there was nearly identical. I was presented with a Yes / No question and it was there that it froze.

Are you and Mark working of the same basics ? Barry's 2.13 and 2.14 will load right through and I can choose keyboards, screen sizes etc and other than my mouse not totally performing like it usually did on windows it worked ok.

I suspect that the problem you both have is related to my Logitech keyboard and mouse. I quite a while ago totally gave up on Puppy because I could not load it just like I have detailed.

Barry seems to have mastered what ever locked me out before. The question seems to be what is Barry doing that you and Mark are not ?

Sorry to put you to more work but with all the praise being heaped upon you for the Pup I would love to see what it is all about.

Hope this gives you something to work with

Ian

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2007, 21:14    Post_subject:  

It may be a driver issue. Try using the zdrv_xxx.sfs from 2.13 or 2.14. Renaming it to zdrv_300.sfs will let it work with Pizzapup, renaming it to zdrv_212.sfs will let it work with 2.12.

Maybe you can just put the renamed zdrv_xxx.sfs file on the harddrive, but you might need to put it in the iso itself. If so, use isomaster. If it isn't in the start menu, just open a terminal window and run it. Use it to open the Pizzapup iso and remove zdrv_300.sfs. Then use it to add the "new" zdrv_300.sfs file. Hit "save-as" to generate a new iso file. Burn that and see if it boots.

Otherwise I'll have to compare the startup scripts from 2.12 and 2.13 to see if there's some bug. But it sounds more like a driver problem to me.

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PostPosted: Tue 06 Mar 2007, 15:18    Post_subject: Pizzapup 3.0 FINAL  

Many thanks Pizzasgood

Now you have set that cat among the pigeons.

I have managed to reach the exalted height of being able to change clock settings by using the consol when provided with an idiots guide. If you can similarly guide me I will advise the outcome.

Thinking about what works and what does not WhoDo's 2.15 CE again will let me in so I wonder if it is a driver problem. As I posted earlier on another post Logitech do not support Linux but somehow or other the community have managed to work with their equipment..

If you want me to follow your request I will be more than happy to work with you on this but please be assured that as I am totally new to this I will have to be led by the hand.

I will leave this totally up to you and ask that whether you want to direct me how to make the changes or just to ignore things that you please state your preferred option

Trust this clarifies matters

Ian
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