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big_bass

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PostPosted: Sun 18 Oct 2009, 22:18    Post subject: python slaxer pup  

python-2.5.2-i486-5-slxr
all was compiled from source on slaxer-pup

since tcl and tk and db were updated all was recompiled
and I added a better new icon in the menu
this brings python up to date with slackware 12.2 and its libs

you need all 4 packages
http://puppy2.org/slaxer/db44-4.4.20-i486-2-slxr.tgz
http://puppy2.org/slaxer/tcl-8.5.5-i486-1-slxr.tgz
http://puppy2.org/slaxer/tk8.5.5-i486-slxr.tgz
http://puppy2.org/slaxer/python-2.5.2-i486-5-slxr.tgz


I built these as slackware packges because it was faster to install
with pkgtool compared to over 5 minutes with petget
I manually checked the depends before I uploaded

time will vary based on your system

enjoy
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PostPosted: Tue 20 Oct 2009, 12:24    Post subject:  

wifi radar needs pygtk and PYTHON to compile that is a big list
note: these were all compiled from source and then packaged as tgz packages
on slaxer-pup also I needed to tweak wifi radar to work in the menu and run

this was a lot of work but if helps you get online its worth it

installs in
Menu >Network>wifi-radar with its GUI

wifi-radar-1.9.9-i486-slxr.tgz
click_here
-->pixman-0.12.0-1-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->cairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pygobject-2.15.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pycairo-1.6.4-i486-slxr.tgz click_here
-->pygtk-2.12.1-i486-slxr.tgz click_here

I don't have wifi but I built this for those who do
this is what slackware uses to set up wifi so its well documented and supported
http://wifi-radar.berlios.de/
http://wifi-radar.berlios.de/v1.x/

Note:I know that python and its add ons
are large packages but many special programs require it
for this reason I don't pre install it in slaxer-pup
but offer it as an add on package

*and since future development with puppy wifi is "iffy" to say the least
iit is better to have more solid options and those that have already set up wifi with wifi-radar will feel at home



Joe

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PostPosted: Wed 21 Oct 2009, 19:51    Post subject:  

fortmactux can be reached at fortmactux@gmail.com

the homepage is here http://sites.google.com/site/fortmactux/

i dont know anything about it, prehistorics comment just caught my eye because im an Albertan who might be headed up to fort mac next month.

fortmac is short for Fort McMurray, a big dot on the map for its oil and gas industry, and its abundance of Newfies.

welders, fitters, cat skinners, etc fort mac is were the cash is. call your local union hall and get your travel cards. leave your wife at home, she will hate it up there.

i guess this should have been posted somewhere else, sorry.

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PostPosted: Wed 21 Oct 2009, 23:36    Post subject:  

plaguedogs wrote:

slackware4life



Hey plaguedogs I notice you don't post much so
welcome there are many slackers silently lurking around here Very Happy

here's a link for you if you want a real package management tool without
any coding to make it work


http://slackfind.net/en/packages/search/?name=man
Joe

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PostPosted: Sun 25 Oct 2009, 03:10    Post subject:  

@big_bass
Please compile the broadcom wifi (wl.ko) (in 2.6.27.7). My comp won't connect to internet without wl.ko. (I can't compile that myself). Please...
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PostPosted: Sun 25 Oct 2009, 03:49    Post subject:  

Slaxer_Pup uses 4.12 and is a puplet
A new wooflet compilation is being attempted based on 4.3.1
and the emerging Woof build system
http://puppylinux.org/wikka/Spup

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PostPosted: Sun 25 Oct 2009, 15:42    Post subject:  

Hey Lobster
A Big thanks for the wikka info

in progress
slaxer-pup will focus on compiling all the apps from source
instead of borrowing pre-compiled packages




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PostPosted: Mon 26 Oct 2009, 01:11    Post subject:  

big_bass wrote:
Hey Lobster
A Big thanks for the wikka info

in progress
slaxer-pup will focus on compiling all the apps from source
instead of borrowing pre-compiled packages




Joe


Yes Joe that is the best way by far, way less deps, smaller file sizes, and more current release numbers. Smile I would like to see that done to Spup and Dpup, probably shave 15mb off the iso.
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PostPosted: Mon 26 Oct 2009, 13:59    Post subject:  

vanchutr wrote:
@big_bass
Please compile the broadcom wifi (wl.ko) (in 2.6.27.7). My comp won't connect to internet without wl.ko. (I can't compile that myself). Please...


Hey vanchutr

give this a try it may take some more tweaking to get it running
but I compiled the module for ya


keep me posted if it works for you I'll add it to the list

UPDATED 10-26-09 small edit to add modprobe wl
to the pinstall.sh


thanks for testing and the feedback

Joe
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PostPosted: Mon 26 Oct 2009, 15:36    Post subject:  

Quote:
give this a try it may take some more tweaking to get it running
but I compiled the module for ya


I will be testing this too.....the ssb module needs removing/blacklisting I believe...and perhaps the b43 too

cheers

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PostPosted: Mon 26 Oct 2009, 20:50    Post subject:  

@big_bass
Thank you very very much
Your pet help me connect (wife) to internet. I post this with my laptop (emachines - D725 - CPU T4200 - 1Gb RAM.

1. Step 1:
#lsmod
-> To check out what modules are loaded. b43 and b43legacy were'nt loaded (That's OK)
2. Step 2
# modprobe wl
-> No error message -> That's good
3 Step 3
Run network wizard -> See the eth1 interface -> Choose "eth1" -> Choose "AutoDHCP" -> Wait -> OK Save Config .
4. Step 4
Run Pwireless from menu.

Thank you again. Be happy! please
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PostPosted: Mon 26 Oct 2009, 23:24    Post subject:  

Quote:
Thank you again. Be happy! please


oh yes...and thanks for your feedback...I had tried slaxer before ...liked it...but had this stumbling block. I would like to see the one-kernel-does-all boogie happening and this is the closest I got Smile

regards

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PostPosted: Tue 27 Oct 2009, 01:04    Post subject:  

vanchutr

great news I added the line of code modprobe wl to the pinstall

since that worked for you

thanks for listing your steps
-----------------------------------------------------------------


mikeb

I was glad to hear you needed that module also

*its more difficult to set up modules for hardware you don't have this is where testing is so needed thanks

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PostPosted: Tue 27 Oct 2009, 03:22    Post subject: chmsee: Segmentation fault  

Please check installation of chmsee. I'd met this message (in slaxerpup)
Code:

# chmsee
Segmentation fault
#


Replace chmsee with kchmviewer. The last one run smoothly on slaxerpup
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PostPosted: Tue 27 Oct 2009, 11:52    Post subject: Re: chmsee: Segmentation fault  

vanchutr wrote:
Please check installation of chmsee. I'd met this message (in slaxerpup)
Code:

# chmsee
Segmentation fault
#


Replace chmsee with kchmviewer. The last one run smoothly on slaxerpup


Hey vanchutr

a gtk error

I updated and compiled gtk to a newer version gtk+-2.12.9-i486-slxr


remove pizzasgood patched gtk-xinput-2.12.1-i486-slxr.tgz
if it was installed side note :there isn't anything wrong with it but for version numbering and compatibility slackware 12.2 uses a later version

then install gtk+-2.12.9-i486-slxr.tgz

http://puppy2.org/slaxer/gtk+-2.12.9-i486-slxr.tgz

*I will also update chmsee

thanks for posting

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