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Lobster
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 01:49    Post_subject:  

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just having the usual sound issues


Using James Bond version (007)
Yep me too. Does not give me options and then insists on providing
a driver that does not work. Crying or Very sad
I have two sound cards so might try configuring manually or wait for new kernel update Smile

Incidentally New Zealand does not exist, just like the
man eating Haast Eagle Wink
http://youtu.be/xbdwn4mGmZ8

Great job igu, your new job (are you eating on the premises?)
is clearly sustaining your penguin efforts

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 02:43    Post_subject:  

Ian Flemming Edition
Fresh frugal, Acer Extensa Laptop, Intel T2330 Dual-Core, Intel Graphics, HP Photosmart wifi printer

Printing.............. check
Abiword..............check
Persistant wifi......check
Transparency.......check
CPU cores conf.....check
Graphics performance....check
Sound........check
Fn key brightness......no (only quirky1.3 can do this)
Streaming video in Seamonkey..... no

Very fast and useable Igu, well done all.

Igu I use your fontwizard here, set to hintslight as that is what works best on this screen.

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 03:24    Post_subject:  

Ha Ha... video performance with flash is a little strange..... with Seamonkey2.1.b1
Its a Seamonkey thang! Smile

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 03:31    Post_subject:  

Ummm ... we need to get the numlock thing working. Can anyone make a PET? We also need some wizard that lets you turn it on/off by creating or erasing a symlink in /root/Startup.

For some reason numlockx doesn't work here.

Anyway, 008 already has:
- The JWM theme fix
- The wallpaper fix Wink
- Pwireless 2 removed

Now it's time to add more interesting ideas like 01micko's wbar ... I'm off to work on the kernel.

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 04:02    Post_subject:  

I will try to get numlock working and test micko's wbar and maybe rip that wizard from dpup 484 later today.
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 04:20    Post_subject:  

Compiling 2.6.35.6, with BFS and ck1 - has lots of wireless, Bluetooth, webcam drivers and all GPU drivers with KMS, including Nouveau Wink

I also included all laptop-specific drivers for hotkeys n' stuff Smile

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 05:12    Post_subject:  

here's wbar with setup.. .. CatDude helped me debug it, really should compile wbar in dpup... er I had the source but now have misplaced Embarassed , perhaps take a look in CatDude's dir on Eric's repo Wink

Oh, I should mention.. it is a special patched source by Dougal so any source won't do Twisted Evil

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 05:37    Post_subject:  

Quote:
delayedrun fix: we need & at the end of gtkmoz command because all icons in taskbar don't apear before welcome page browser closes otherwise.

is it this : (?)
lines 117+ /usr/sbin/delayedrun :

#100522 'surfer' is a simple viewer (uses libgtkhtml)...
if [ -f /usr/bin/surfer ];then
surfer /usr/share/doc/welcome1stboot.htm #can't handle the file:// prefix.
else
gtkmoz file:///usr/share/doc/welcome1stboot.htm &
fi
fi
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 05:38    Post_subject:  

Here's something useful, my package splitter. When you make packages, you can use this to automatically split DEV, DOC and NLS.

Code:
#!/bin/busybox ash

# mkpkg: filters DEV, DOC and NLS from packages

if [ ! -d "$1" ]; then

  echo "Usage: mkpkg [DIRECTORY]"
  echo "Process the package in the directory DIRECTORY to separate DEV, DOC and NLS from it"
  echo ""
  echo "Options:"
  echo "        --help      Display this message and quit"
 
  case $? in
 
    --help)
   
      exit 0
      ;;
     
    *)
   
      exit 1
      ;;
     
  esac
   
else

  fullPath=`realpath $1` # the full path to the package
  packageName=`basename $fullPath` # the package name
  packageDir=`dirname $fullPath` # the parent directory of the package

  cd $fullPath
 
  for i in `find | grep /`; do
 
    if [ -e $i ]; then
   
      fileName="`basename $i`"
   
      case "$fileName" in
 
        *.la|*.a|*.prl|pkgconfig|include)
       
          suffix=DEV
          ;;
         
        doc|*-doc)
   
          suffix=DOC
          ;;
     
        man|info) # if it's a directory named "man" or "info", move to DOC
   
          [ -d $i ] && suffix=DOC
          ;;
                 
        locale) # if it's a directory named "locale", move to NLS
   
          [ -d $i ] && suffix=NLS
          ;;
   
        i18n)
   
          suffix=NLS
          ;;
           
      esac
 
    fi
 
    case "$suffix" in
 
      NLS|DOC|DEV)

        # detect the directory
        subDir=${i%/$fileName}
        subDir=${subDir:2}
       
        case $packageName in
       
          *-*)
         
            # add the suffix to the package name
            subPackageName=${packageName/-/_$suffix-}
            ;;
           
          *)
         
            subPackageName=${packageName}_$suffix
            ;;
           
        esac
       
        # create the directory under the sub-package directory
        mkdir -p $packageDir/$subPackageName/$subDir
       
        # move to the sub-package
        mv $i $packageDir/$subPackageName/$subDir
             
        # get rid of empty directories in the main package
        rmdir $packageDir/$packageName/$subDir > /dev/null 2>&1
       
        unset suffix
        ;;
       
    esac
             
  done

  exit 0

fi


Just put this in a text file, name it "mkpkg", then chmod 755 it and put in /usr/bin. When you compile something, install it to a directory, then run "mkpkg <directory>". Wink

That's how I make all my packages.

In case you're interested, here's another script I use, for stripping packages:
Code:
#!/bin/busybox ash

if [ ! -d "$1" ]; then

  echo "Usage: strippkg [DIRECTORY]"
  echo "Strip all binary files under DIRECTORY"
  echo ""
  echo "Options:"
  echo "        --help      Display this message and quit"
 
  case $? in
 
    --help)
   
      exit 0
      ;;
     
    *)
   
      exit 1
      ;;
     
  esac
   
else
 
  cd $1
 
  for i in `find | grep /`; do
 
    case "`file $i`" in
   
      *"LSB executable"*|*"LSB shared object"*)
   
        strip --strip-all $i
        ;;
                   
      *"LSB relocatable"*)
   
        strip --strip-unneeded $i
        ;;
       
      *"PNG image data"*)
     
        optipng -o7 $i
        advpng -z4 $i
        ;; 
       
      *"gzip compressed data"*)
     
        advdef -z4 $i
        ;;     
       
    esac
 
  done

fi


You'll need to install AdvanceCOMP and OptiPNG for optimal stripping.

When I make a package I run strippkg, then mkpkg. Makes life easier.

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 05:40    Post_subject: Samba success  

Just to report success with dpup007 on HP550 laptop:

- samba via pnethood ok

- cups remote printing over smbc: ok

+ Welcome back uxvrt

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 05:45    Post_subject:  

Karl:

Code:
if [ -f /usr/bin/surfer ];then
  surfer /usr/share/doc/welcome1stboot.htm & #can't handle the file:// prefix.
else
  gtkmoz file:///usr/share/doc/welcome1stboot.htm &
fi


I'm building an experimental 008 with the new kernel atm, I added this fix to zzSqueeze_Utilities, let's see if it works. Smile

EDIT: btw guys, would you like me to add my package tools, AdvanceCOMP and OptiPNG to the 008 devx? Idea

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 05:53    Post_subject:  

Yes Karl that should do the trick.

Iguleder I looked into your mkpkg script few days ago but couldn't find line where it separates .la files, include/pkgconfig dirs etc... maybe I'm not looking good Rolling Eyes

I use similar stipdir script but don't have good script for separating files yet Sad

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 06:12    Post_subject: wbar source files  

Hi

01micko wrote:
... er I had the source but now have misplaced Embarassed , perhaps take a look in CatDude's dir on Eric's repo Wink

It's not there mate, so i have attached a copy below. (in case anybody else wants them)

01micko wrote:
Oh, I should mention.. it is a special patched source by Dougal so any source won't do Twisted Evil

Not quite true.
I got hold of these from here: http://code.google.com/p/wbar/issues/detail?id=8
They include the offset patch,
that allows one to move the position of the wbar either up or down depending where you have it located.

Dougal was very helpful in that he pointed me in the right direction as to what code to change for different coloured fonts.

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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 06:30    Post_subject:  

I'm hacking LXAppearance to for dpup, it's smaller than gtk-chtheme already. I'm trying to get rid of the tabs and it fails to compile Laughing

I like it better than gtk-chtheme, way nicer imho Smile

EDIT: done! Wink
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 08:07    Post_subject: Another success report
Sub_title: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11a/b/g
 

HP 550 laptop with Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11a/b/g

This is first of the modern Woof Puppies that has managed to maintain a Wifi connection without being given a nudge every so often to re-establish the Access Point.

Wonderful.
Thanks
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