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jameson737

Joined: 13 Nov 2007
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PostPosted: Thu 15 Nov 2007, 04:59    Post subject:  3.01a still has problem playing sound with daily motion  

3.01a still has problem playing sound with daily motion

on firefox:
The flash video is running but no sound, This applies to daily motion and other sites that uses flv streaming
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ttuuxxx


Joined: 05 May 2007
Posts: 10747
Location: Ontario Canada,Sydney Australia

PostPosted: Thu 15 Nov 2007, 13:08    Post subject: Re: 3.01a still has problem playing sound with daily motion  

jameson737 wrote:
3.01a still has problem playing sound with daily motion

on firefox:
The flash video is running but no sound, This applies to daily motion and other sites that uses flv streaming


I've been working on the next release, it will have the latest, Firefox, flash, java, galculator, gslapt, pfind, oh ya xvesa should work also and a few new surprises, but i never had a problem with flash audio? could you give me a link to the problem sound so i may check it? Hopefully the next release will be ready in 24hrs, I just have a lot of testing to do first. Thanks for you time ttuuxxx
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TrailerTrash


Joined: 29 Jan 2008
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PostPosted: Wed 27 Feb 2008, 16:00    Post subject:    

I just downloaded the latest FH and think it will be the one which is right for me however I have a newbie question.

MD5 I know what this is but I do not know how to use the file. Do I open a console to some directory then type in the number or what?

Then does a number come back which is supposed to be the same?

Then if I find that the download is incomplete, what then???

I told you it was a newbie question. In reply please do not take anything for granted except that my copy of XP is for the pinball game only.

tks
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big_bass

Joined: 13 Aug 2007
Posts: 1747

PostPosted: Wed 27 Feb 2008, 16:53    Post subject:  

TrailerTrash wrote:

MD5 I know what this is but I do not know how to use the file. Do I open a console to some directory then type in the number or what?

Then does a number come back which is supposed to be the same?



I'll make it easier for you

1.) open console
2) type this in blue md5sum *.iso
3.) the firehydrant .iso has to be in root for that to work
4.) there are a few firehydrant's so check the number and see if it matches

to check the md5sum if it matches one of these at this site below
http://ttuuxxx.com/firehydrant/index01.html

if the numbers match your cd is an exact copy
if they dont match download again


Fire Hydrant 3.01c FH_Jwm3.01c.iso 117MB No Java ...MD5#
37f95349ce90750f185d10143f0d58ab

Fire Hydrant 3.0b featherweight3.0b.iso 131MB No Java ...MD5 #
ce14d8db0f00334498cc9dc04749e9ad

Fire Hydrant 3.0b FHmainAbi3.0b.iso 205MB Abiword .....MD5#
d4df5b34bf5e81c8fa339922b6966f55

Fire Hydrant 3.0b FHmainOoffice3.0b.iso 270MB Open Office MD5#
58a857451e9c1854b30c5cf72c19b411

Fire Hydrant 3.0b Inferno3.0b.iso 447Mb Kitchen sink incuded! MD5#
b21d604b454648bdf9f2d5eb681bd00d

big_bass
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n1n31nchn41l5

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PostPosted: Tue 29 Apr 2008, 11:07    Post subject:  

is there ANYWHER i can download the firehydrant inferno .iso - been trying for DAYS and the link isGONE Sad
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recycler


Joined: 25 Jul 2007
Posts: 122
Location: New Zealand

PostPosted: Thu 01 May 2008, 00:54    Post subject: installing firehydrant
Subject description: problems with video probing
 

Firstly - still loving firehydrant. Have sent 2 computers out from our computer recycling centre- PII desktops with 128mb of ram and I was very impressed with their performance at running the FHmain with Abi (117mb) version.

I am struggling with firehydrant on a laptop with unusual video hardware (Toshiba Presage 3110). I found on the forum http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=28058&search_id=1424581996&start=15
that I am not alone in having the computer hang while probing video hardware on old toshiba laptops. There is a fix available which is in the Beta Puppy4 version which I tried. Could I request that this fix be incorporated into the next (eagerly awaited) version of firehydrant. I would love to run firehydrant on the toshiba laptop but but for now will be content that it is running puppy 3.98.

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vito

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PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 13:16    Post subject: Singh-Dingo
Subject description: version 4?
 

Hello to the developer of Fire Hydrant,

I have used your version together with TMXxine on an old AMD 750MHz box with 336 mb memory. I have been intrigued by Charni-Singh's remaster of Dingo.

However, A. his iso is corrupt and his save file interesting, and B. Due to his circumstances of a slow connection and power outages, he seems to have lost steam and initiative to go forward with his plans to remaster the Dingo final version.

Question: would you consider looking at what he has done and the apps he has included to make a new version of Fire Hydrant based on the Dingo final release with whatever kernel version works for you?

By the way all of the versions of Dingo worked for me right up until the SC version when the wireless drivers changed and stopped working, also, I have been unable to boot the .21.7 kernel version of Dingo.

Thanks For Your Work in Bringing Out Fire Hydrant,
Vito
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vito

Joined: 14 Sep 2006
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Location: US

PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 13:18    Post subject: Flash
Subject description: jerky playback
 

For some reason every puppy I have tried either provides jerky playback or freezing when playing flash media on sites like youtube. Have you had any luck in addressing this issue?

Mny Thx,
Vito
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prit1


Joined: 03 Jan 2008
Posts: 540
Location: Los Angeles

PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 13:21    Post subject:  

@vito: What are the puppies you have tried? I have used and am still using several versions and never have had this issue.
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ttuuxxx


Joined: 05 May 2007
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Location: Ontario Canada,Sydney Australia

PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 13:28    Post subject:  

n1n31nchn41l5 wrote:
is there ANYWHER i can download the firehydrant inferno .iso - been trying for DAYS and the link isGONE Sad


yes the link is
http://www.puppylinux.ca/ttuuxxx/firehydrant/Inferno3.0b.iso

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http://samples.mplayerhq.hu/A-codecs/ <-- Codec Test Files
http://html5games.com/ <-- excellent HTML5 games Smile

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ttuuxxx


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PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 13:34    Post subject: Re: Singh-Dingo
Subject description: version 4?
 

vito wrote:
Hello to the developer of Fire Hydrant,

I have used your version together with TMXxine on an old AMD 750MHz box with 336 mb memory. I have been intrigued by Charni-Singh's remaster of Dingo.

However, A. his iso is corrupt and his save file interesting, and B. Due to his circumstances of a slow connection and power outages, he seems to have lost steam and initiative to go forward with his plans to remaster the Dingo final version.

Question: would you consider looking at what he has done and the apps he has included to make a new version of Fire Hydrant based on the Dingo final release with whatever kernel version works for you?

By the way all of the versions of Dingo worked for me right up until the SC version when the wireless drivers changed and stopped working, also, I have been unable to boot the .21.7 kernel version of Dingo.

Thanks For Your Work in Bringing Out Fire Hydrant,
Vito


Hi Vito

I've been testing dingo and find that it has a few major issues before I will release a Fire Hydrant on it, If you been reading the dingo 4 bugs , it looks like it will have a quick update to patch the problems. Once that happens I will be more than happy to release a Fire Hydrant 4.0 Smile
But I do have a 3.01 retro testing version that you can try, Lives doesn't work right, well no version of lives works on puppy right, but I did come close,lol
This version of Fire Hydrant is my latest and is just a couple of weeks old.
http://www.puppylinux.ca/ttuuxxx/firehydrant/firehydrant-301-retro.iso
enjoy and report back on you likes and dislikes so I can move ahead with it.
ttuuxxx

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ttuuxxx


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PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 13:37    Post subject: Re: installing firehydrant
Subject description: problems with video probing
 

recycler wrote:
Firstly - still loving firehydrant. Have sent 2 computers out from our computer recycling centre- PII desktops with 128mb of ram and I was very impressed with their performance at running the FHmain with Abi (117mb) version.

I am struggling with firehydrant on a laptop with unusual video hardware (Toshiba Presage 3110). I found on the forum http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=28058&search_id=1424581996&start=15
that I am not alone in having the computer hang while probing video hardware on old toshiba laptops. There is a fix available which is in the Beta Puppy4 version which I tried. Could I request that this fix be incorporated into the next (eagerly awaited) version of firehydrant. I would love to run firehydrant on the toshiba laptop but but for now will be content that it is running puppy 3.98.


Hi here's the deal you get me the fix and I'll include it in a lite version for your older pc's.
just post the link
thanks for all your great feedback
ttuuxxx

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vito

Joined: 14 Sep 2006
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Location: US

PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 16:25    Post subject: flash on puppy
Subject description: answer to prit1
 

Dear Prit1:

I am not interested in naming all the versions of puppy that I have used or to get into a shooting match about the virtues of Puppylinux. The first book I ever read on linux was an online version in the early to mid "90s" written by none other than Barry K. when he was teaching and pondering his ideas on what would make a solid version of Linux and things that were annoying him about present versions. Needless to say, I don't have much use for versions of linux other than Puppy. (and I've used many)

Let me just say that for some reason on my AMD 700 or 750MHz box 336 mb , Nividia 64mb 440x box "flash do not want ta work correctly!"

Further, this problem is not new to many as has been attested to by the many posts that I have read on this subject across the puppy forums.

Perhaps this is a problem of my hardware and hardware like mine. It is ancient using MMX and 3dNow technology. However, I'm still hopeful.

Vito
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Joined: 03 Jan 2008
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Location: Los Angeles

PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 17:09    Post subject:  

@vito: You may be right. I only have access to 2 laptops . So I cannot be sure that Puppy plays Youtube well on all types of systems.

What was the book you read? Do you happen to have a link?
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vito

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PostPosted: Tue 06 May 2008, 18:42    Post subject: Barry's Book
Subject description: Barry K's online linux basics book
 

Prit1:

I am surprised that this book is still available, and while searching for it I came across a hard cover programming book on low-level 16 and 32 bit languages by someone named Barry K as well (still in print and OVERPRICED)$78.00 U.S. looked like a textbook.

This is a link to the linux book by Barry: " Linux and Me"
http://www.goosee.com/linux/index.html

his old website is at : http://www.goosee.com/explorer/index.html

Have fun, Barry is quite an interesting fellow.

Vito
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