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RevPup 2.13rm1
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lj51

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PostPosted: Wed 10 Oct 2007, 16:31    Post subject:  RevPup 2.13rm1
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Hi,

RevPup2.13 remaster1 is coming right along very nicely. Thought that I would share a couple of screen-shots with everyone.
Any feedback is most welcomed.
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KF6SNJ

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PostPosted: Thu 18 Oct 2007, 21:49    Post subject:  

Looks really good. Perhaps it will be available for download soon?
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lj51

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PostPosted: Sun 21 Oct 2007, 18:22    Post subject:  

KF6SNJ,

Thank-you for your interest in RevPup. I have one last remaster to do then it will be at Final. If someone would be so kind as to host RevPup, then I would upload it for the Forum to try out.

Please keep in mind that this was made for my use and has what I want in it, so someone else may need to add some things to it for their own use, which is what Puppy is all about.

If you click on the "www" at the bottom of this post it will take you to the RevPup blog which has been updated and you can see what is in the distro.
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Caneri

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PostPosted: Mon 22 Oct 2007, 14:55    Post subject:  

Rev Pup is on http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/RevPup/

And welcome to my server RevPup

Eric/caneri

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Turpin


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PostPosted: Sun 06 Apr 2008, 00:11    Post subject: RevPup, what's it about?  

I have been looking all over for a base install of Puppy I can build up on a multisession DVD, with some very specific things in mind and so far none of the many I've tried now has what I want: A base puppy with as little extras as necessary to let me, a beginner, install all my favorite apps. The only fluff I want would be in the package management. I wnat the ability to install Pet AND PUP files, and maybe have links to some of the more obscure ones that I might need. And it must be XFCE. The apps I intend to put in will be Firefox, Java, Flash, multimedia plugins and media player for Firefox (I actually would hope to find something with all this stuff already preinstalled and figured out), Openoffice, Thunderbird with Lightning extension, Hamachi, samba, linneighborhood, GIMPshop, NVidia driver, and, erm, that's about all the important things. I'd go with Dragon Puppy, but I seem to have trouble trying to install anything in it because of some bug. There are too many apps I'll never use in any of the Firehydrant varieties. Fatfree seems to be unable to install pup packages.
What would be the best solution to my problem? I may be asking prematurely. I haven't yet tried this build. Maybe it's just what i need. But, not knowing what's easy and not easy to do, I don't know whether to build XFCE into something that doesn't have it or maybe try this thing caled recompiling I keep hearing about??
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Apr 2008, 09:16    Post subject: Re: RevPup, what's it about?  

Turpin wrote:
I haven't yet tried this build. Maybe it's just what i need. But, not knowing what's easy and not easy to do, I don't know whether to build XFCE into something that doesn't have it or maybe try this thing caled recompiling I keep hearing about??


I think you're talking about remastering. Recompiling would be going overboard for what you want. I highly recommend remastering for what you describe. All you have to do is start up a stock puppy and fix it up how you want it. Then use petbegone to remove the things you don't need. Then run remaster and you have a brand new .iso, almost all your own.

That's how the first 2 versions of CuPup were made. Worked nicely.

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