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ecomoney


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PostPosted: Thu 23 Apr 2009, 01:49    Post subject:  

Mikeb, do you think the glibc upgrade would make the flash fullscreen work?
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PostPosted: Thu 23 Apr 2009, 05:37    Post subject:  

Next time when you make a package, or In this case use other peoples packages and combine them, "How does he know thinks, ecomoney,??"...........
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lol because you didn't clear your cache, you packaged Firefox2.0.0.20 with the cache included?? Your lucky you didn't leave much stuff behind, Basically you did a few forum searched about Java and had 444 results, and then you looked at a few of the packages and finally you downloaded one. Really packaging Java isn't that hard you know. Oh well if you ever need Beems IP here it is,you gave it to everybody who downloaded this package, good on you Wink If I was cruel I would sniff for passwords but I'm not, but If I was you I would change them asap!! other might. Just some good advice Smile Learn from your mistakes.
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PostPosted: Thu 23 Apr 2009, 05:47    Post subject:  

Sorry it was beems ip, nice of you to include it with each download, lol
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PostPosted: Thu 23 Apr 2009, 06:05    Post subject:  

I wandered why it's 55 megs in size LOL, I started download, when I saw size of it o.O I canceled it immedietly.
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PostPosted: Thu 23 Apr 2009, 06:07    Post subject:  

It would have been nice in your thoughtfulness
to not have posted Beems ip.

Just once mate can you think of the consequences
and delete/edit that part of the post.

By the way your smugness.
when WhoDo did 2.15CE he left that cache in as well.
So what if he FU.

Give it a rest.
Put on some music.
Read a book.

Think I'm back in the merchant navy with this level of bitching.
Girls will be girls......

Chris.
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PostPosted: Thu 23 Apr 2009, 06:33    Post subject:  

cthisbear wrote:
It would have been nice in your thoughtfulness
to not have posted Beems ip.

Just once mate can you think of the consequences
and delete/edit that part of the post.

By the way your smugness.
when WhoDo did 2.15CE he left that cache in as well.
So what if he FU.

Give it a rest.
Put on some music.
Read a book.

Think I'm back in the merchant navy with this level of bitching.
Girls will be girls......

Chris.


Chris beems ip is on a thread on here because someone used ip revealer, so its really part of the forum. unless that thread gets deleted. So I didn't think it was much of big deal, but anyways its deleted.
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PostPosted: Thu 23 Apr 2009, 06:53    Post subject:  

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Mikeb, do you think the glibc upgrade would make the flash fullscreen work?


that requires a hacked/updated jwm but I thought 4.20 included that...if not it should

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PostPosted: Sat 25 Apr 2009, 11:45    Post subject:  

Thanks for testing everyone...even Ttuxxx!!! Peer review for whatever reason is what makes open source great, along with being able to build upon ("repackage") others work. If this wasnt the way then we would all be using keyboards with only two buttons..."0", and "1". Laughing

My apologies to Beem, I dont know enough about the "techie stuff" to know how this got included in the cache of this package (like I say I am a packaging noob...but learning). This is what the "Private Message" function of the forum is for if you didnt know Ttuxxx. Rolling Eyes

I will clear out the cache, (I assume this can be done from the "Tools>Clear Private Data". This browser is set not to remember passwords (its from a cybercafe!). I dont set the browser to remember passwords on home computers either, because its makes users lazy, and they "forget to remember" them themselves. Then if they lose their setup they also lose access to their email/facebook etc.

I will also fix a few other problems I have noticed (default download location etc). Im going to add another great little addon I found after a user request recently, which gives firefox the ability to download facebook videos. The only problem is this is that it downloads in the compact .mp4 format, which gxine will play without problem, but the files do not open automatically and play when clicked on. Any help on including the mime-type fix as well would be greatly appreciated. Help with getting the package size down (I dont think the cache is very big) would be appreciated too. I will contact Patriot (maintainer of JWM) for help about the fullscreen flash problem. Thanks for the pointer mikeb.

Ive also had a lot of bug reports from angry computer users that, when using the the pup_420.sfs package with this browser included, the word processor wont open M$ Word documents, and the printing system crashes. Ttuxxx....if you have the time would you also have a look into how the hell that happened? Twisted Evil

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PostPosted: Sat 25 Apr 2009, 20:02    Post subject:  

Just a note, Ive been unable to contact Beem to warn him and make my apologies via PM, because of a problem with the accented characters in his name. He doesnt have an email or website listed against his profile. Guess Im going to have to make some "off-topic" posts to get his attention...

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PostPosted: Sat 25 Apr 2009, 21:10    Post subject:  

ecomoney wrote:
Just a note, Ive been unable to contact Beem to warn him and make my apologies via PM, because of a problem with the accented characters in his name. He doesnt have an email or website listed against his profile. Guess Im going to have to make some "off-topic" posts to get his attention...

Screenshot of problem attached.

you need to empty the following folder
/root/.mozilla/default/Cache <--- its a hidden folder
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PostPosted: Sun 26 Apr 2009, 01:51    Post subject:  

Im uploading some updated packages now, a pup_420.sfs, an ecofox_420.sfs and an firefox-2.0.0.20-ecofox.pet package. It will take a couple of hours from the time of this post on my creaky U.K. connection.

Updates/Fixes:-

-Have added the facebook downloader script
-Have fixed the security warning about upgrading to 3 series (you missed THAT one Ttuxxx!)
-Fixed download location, now downloads file to /root
-Removed Cache (only saved about 2mb).
-Installed updates to the plugins (so wont automatically upgrade them at first boot...for a while)

The pup_420.sfs package is now based around the pup_420.sfs from the excellently titled Puppy 4.2 'Shut Up Ecomoney' edition. This is essentially puppy 4.2 "deeper thought" by Ttuxxx, which includes all the bugfixes he made for his contributions to 4.2, such as the wordprocessor, printing system etc, together with the "bling" (zigberts pWidgets). This version has a desktop icon now too (no need to create it manually)

I have also found the problem with the fullscreen...its because of JWM!!!! Switch to icewm and you can enjoy youtube fullscreen goodness. I will contact patriot about this.

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PostPosted: Sun 26 Apr 2009, 02:13    Post subject:  

ecomoney wrote:


I have also found the problem with the fullscreen...its because of JWM!!!! Switch to icewm and you can enjoy youtube fullscreen goodness. I will contact patriot about this.


You didn't find that problem ,lol its just that the light bulb finally went on in your head,lol Its been a well known and document fact that the fullscreen issue is JWM related, ever since the first icewm package was released it worked, he how about you load up 2.15ce and see icewm full screen working, whats next are you going to say you figured it out that blackbox, openbox etc all work fullscreen here's a hint they do, lol Also no need to tell patriot about it, its already in that thread.
and Harrywill did make a patch for it but for some reason its not working.
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PostPosted: Sun 26 Apr 2009, 04:07    Post subject:  

Ok Ttuxxx......strictly speaking I discovered it for myself!

I found it on Barrys Blog here

http://www.puppylinux.com/blog/?viewDetailed=00015

And I put in the comments to confirm my tests. I hope he upgrades the flashplayer version in standard puppy if he reads them so people can have their facebook videos. I hope patriot fixes it in JWM too because its things like this that are really important to end users...and JWM can do transparency (like vista) too so I read. Maybe I will need to "Bully" him a little too Confused

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EVERYONE has to find out something.the first time. As I tell my "users", no one is stupid for not knowing about computers, theyre just stupid for not learning about computers. I did ask for any help on this subject.

All of the packages are now uploaded. I expect you are "straining at the leash" Ttuxxx, off you go! Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Sun 26 Apr 2009, 05:09    Post subject:  

ecomoney wrote:
Ok Ttuxxx......strictly speaking I discovered it for myself!

I found it on Barrys Blog here

http://www.puppylinux.com/blog/?viewDetailed=00015

And I put in the comments to confirm my tests. I hope he upgrades the flashplayer version in standard puppy if he reads them so people can have their facebook videos. I hope patriot fixes it in JWM too because its things like this that are really important to end users...and JWM can do transparency (like vista) too so I read. Maybe I will need to "Bully" him a little too Confused

Winston Churchill wrote:
If you have knowledge, let others light their candles with it.


EVERYONE has to find out something.the first time. As I tell my "users", no one is stupid for not knowing about computers, theyre just stupid for not learning about computers. I did ask for any help on this subject.

All of the packages are now uploaded. I expect you are "straining at the leash" Ttuxxx, off you go! Rolling Eyes


please don't push for transparency with jwm, puppy is getting slower all the time with addons, the composite feature would be another resource hog, puppy isn't vista, puppy does look great with nice icons and backgrounds, even mouse pointers are cool, these things don't really take resources. all that other bling should in sfs file which people could use or delete, pwigets and jwm or icewm could of been configured in a sfs that could be deleted would of given better choices to people, same with a version of jwm with transparency, default could be without and sfs with, whats that a extra 50kb or so.
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PostPosted: Sun 26 Apr 2009, 07:54    Post subject:  

Nice to have that option though, if the practical things are fixed first.
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