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Lzma 0.4.32.beta2
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PostPosted: Mon 05 Mar 2007, 15:46    Post_subject:  Lzma 0.4.32.beta2
Sub_title: comandline packager for Vector-Linux

If you want to install .tlz packages from Vector-Linux, you need this packager.

Dotpup (27 kb):

includes unlzma and several lz* tools in /usr/bin.
Gzipped manpages are in /usr/man/man1

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PostPosted: Sat 06 Oct 2007, 17:24    Post_subject: zygo  


I want to make the my remastered pup_222.sfs (in puppy 3) smaller. I did this with mksquashfs-lzma in p2.17.1 to the main sfs in that puppy. But there is no mksquashfs-lzma in p3 and niether of the executables in p2.17.1 (mksquashfs-gzip or mksquashfs-lzma) are the same size as the file in p3. I booted p2.17.1 and made an lzma compressed pup_222.sfs but the resulting iso would not boot. Can I use the new lzma-443.pet in conjunction with p3's mksquashfs to make an lzma sfs?
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