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Upup Precise 54X7 using latest woof at time
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Billtoo


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Location: Ontario Canada

PostPosted: Thu 13 Dec 2012, 09:22    Post subject:  

LateAdopter wrote:
Hello Billtoo

I think that the CPU frequency scaling tool is one of the scripts that has been broken on Precise, from the beginning. Like Xorgwizard. But BarryK is still fixing more important stuff.

For my Athlon II X2 it is easy to work around, all I have to do is:

Code:
modprobe powernow-k8


Then the CPU tool works correctly.

I expect you just need to modprobe whichever module is appropriate for your processor.


That worked, thanks for the info.
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pemasu


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PostPosted: Thu 13 Dec 2012, 15:33    Post subject:  

wcpufreq script is work created by tazoc, the script has input from trio, iguleder, influence from archlinux etc....
I think Barry Kauler has not done much to this script. The updates have been created by Tazoc,

Here is the latest version. It has at least fixes to the changed location of drivers with 3.X kernels.
wcpufreq-0.9.1.pet
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pet

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Filename  wcpufreq-0.9.1.pet 
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pemasu


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Location: Finland

PostPosted: Thu 13 Dec 2012, 17:05    Post subject:  

More appropriate announcement.

Upup Precise 5.4.X.5 has been uploaded. I use latest woof available with updates. This version has fixes at the time of 5.4.2.2. service pack. Upup Precise has some enhancements compared to official release. Xchat, Uget coupled with aria2c, Pmusic, laptop tools, acpi stuff, xbindkeys for keybinding.

The kernel is official PAE kernel. Acpi_call and rtl2832u (dvb-usb) driver has been added ( thanks 666philb ).

In this latest release I have swapped Aqualung with tray app enabled version (thanks Billtoo), there is wrapper script so that only one tray app will appear, Pmusic-3.0.6 ( with all dependencies ), ffconvert with latest fix for spaces in names, gtkdialog 0.8.3 revision 493, which will probably be the next stable version.
Pburn, Pschedule updated ( thanks Zigbert ), funny rox-clock ( you can drag it to the Pinboard, thanks Jamesbond).
Fixed version of pdvdrsab ( thanks Thunor and Peebee ).

Last but not the least is the new Frisbee - dhcpcd - sns integrated network manager-connectivity framework, created by rerwin, using Jemimah`s work, existing puppy scripts with modifications. Peebee has been active tester and he has given a lot feedback everywhere where it has been needed. Thanks to both of them.
Thunor has given valuable feedback of the gtkdialog components.

Please give feedback about network connectivity, switching between Frisbee and SNS, stabillity etc...
As Peebee posted previously, there is still probably minor bugs.

Rerwin also patched dhcpcd 5.6.4 ( latest version ) with dropwait patch so that the connection should be better with poor signal.

Have fun !

Download link: http://www.smokey01.com/pemasu/UpupPrecise/UpupPrecise54X5/
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LateAdopter

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Location: Reading UK

PostPosted: Fri 14 Dec 2012, 06:02    Post subject:  

Hello Pemasu

I have just done a new install of 54X5

Quote:
Here is the latest version. It has at least fixes to the changed location of drivers with 3.X kernels.


With the wcpufreq-0.9.1.pet installed the CPU scaling tool works correctly.

Thank you.
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wahyu

Joined: 22 Jan 2012
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Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia

PostPosted: Fri 14 Dec 2012, 06:57    Post subject: x-delta  

i hope you can upload x delta file for every new release

thank You
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pemasu


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Location: Finland

PostPosted: Fri 14 Dec 2012, 12:06    Post subject:  

Delta file has been uploaded. I will try to remember the delta files. i havent uploaded them much, but I understand the need with slow connections.
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Ray MK


Joined: 05 Feb 2008
Posts: 753
Location: UK

PostPosted: Sat 15 Dec 2012, 05:42    Post subject:  

Absolutely brilliant Puppy - everthing seems to work - luv the new rox-clock.

Manual frugal to sda1, booting via grub4dos, on 10 yr old Acer laptop.

Runs as smooth as any other Puppy that’s ever been installed on this laptop.
Low resources used, low temp, fast - what more can one ask for ?

Thank you pemasu for working your magic on BK’s latest masterpiece.

Very best regards - Ray

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Iguleder


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Location: Israel, somewhere in the beautiful desert

PostPosted: Sat 15 Dec 2012, 06:07    Post subject:  

pemasu - I'm currently running an automatic build of all my packages under Precise, using roar-ng II:

Code:
advancecomp
optipng
busybox
mktemp
dash
bash
iana-etc
locale-gen
licenses
syslinux
gpm
aspell
aspell6-en
aria2
bitlbee
lftp
irssi
dropbear
elinks
re-alpine
unnethack
vim
terminus-font
libsigc++
libtorrent
rtorrent
libav
cmus
mplayer2
cwm
rxvt-unicode
slock
xdotool
screen
vifm
calcurse
tudu
htop
snownews
fbv
fbpdf
figlet
bwm-ng
squashfs-tools
ncdu
shed
frost
fbshot
surfraw
dtach
dvtm
fbset


Some of them can be used to speed up Precise (e.g the smaller dash) and most of them are nice to have in PPM.

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4-stroke

Joined: 07 Aug 2009
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Location: Sweden

PostPosted: Sat 15 Dec 2012, 09:44    Post subject:  

Very nice!

Precise Puppy as it should have been made. Wink

Kiitos. Hyvää joulua ja onnellista uutta vuotta sulle pemasu!
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pemasu


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PostPosted: Sat 15 Dec 2012, 14:06    Post subject:  

Thank you of the feedback guys !!!
And nice to get Finnish Christmas wishes also Very Happy

Iguleder. Sure I am interested your compiles. When you are done and if you upload them, I will take a serious look. And thanks.
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PostPosted: Sat 15 Dec 2012, 14:07    Post subject:  

Finally, done building everything. I fought with mplayer2 and re-alpine for hours - I have no idea why building fails.

Eventually, I replaced re-alpine with Mutt, msmtp (my love! Laughing) and Abook, but mplayer2 has no replacement Crying or Very sad

I uploaded everything as a huge tar containing both sources and PETs generated on my computer - but be careful, as I haven't installed them. They were not generated using dir2pet, so I don't know whether the format is 100% OK - maybe I missed something when I wrote the script that makes them. Confused

http://www.freefilehosting.net/precise-pets

Here's the full list of packages included:
Code:
32K   abook-0.5.6.pet
4.0K   abook_DOC-0.5.6.pet
16K   abook_NLS-0.5.6.pet
208K   advancecomp-1.15.pet
4.0K   advancecomp_DOC-1.15.pet
456K   aria2-1.16.0.pet
92K   aria2_DOC-1.16.0.pet
336K   aria2_NLS-1.16.0.pet
484K   aspell-0.60.6.1.pet
1.6M   aspell6-en-7.1-0.pet
8.0K   aspell6-en_DOC-7.1-0.pet
8.0K   aspell_DEV-0.60.6.1.pet
112K   aspell_DOC-0.60.6.1.pet
196K   aspell_NLS-0.60.6.1.pet
324K   bash-4.2.039.pet
192K   bash_DOC-4.2.039.pet
716K   bash_NLS-4.2.039.pet
276K   bitlbee-3.0.6.pet
24K   bitlbee_DEV-3.0.6.pet
8.0K   bitlbee_DOC-3.0.6.pet
156K   cmus-2.5.0.pet
20K   cmus_DOC-2.5.0.pet
44K   dash-0.5.7.pet
24K   dash_DOC-0.5.7.pet
92K   dropbear-2012.55.pet
4.0K   dropbear_DOC-2012.55.pet
8.0K   dtach-0.8.pet
4.0K   dtach_DOC-0.8.pet
48K   elinks_DOC-git15122012.pet
364K   elinks-git15122012.pet
460K   elinks_NLS-git15122012.pet
100K   gpm-1.20.7.pet
16K   gpm_DEV-1.20.7.pet
40K   gpm_DOC-1.20.7.pet
212K   iana-etc-2.30.pet
8.0K   iana-etc_DOC-2.30.pet
452K   irssi-0.8.15.pet
68K   irssi_DEV-0.8.15.pet
72K   irssi_DOC-0.8.15.pet
772K   lftp-4.4.0.pet
4.0K   lftp_DEV-4.4.0.pet
28K   lftp_DOC-4.4.0.pet
204K   lftp_NLS-4.4.0.pet
2.3M   libav-0.8-git15122012.pet
120K   libav_DEV-0.8-git15122012.pet
4.0K   libav_DOC-0.8-git15122012.pet
8.0K   libsigc++-2.2.10.pet
72K   libsigc++_DEV-2.2.10.pet
4.0K   libsigc++_DOC-2.2.10.pet
312K   libtorrent-0.13.2.pet
48K   libtorrent_DEV-0.13.2.pet
4.0K   libtorrent_DOC-0.13.2.pet
56K   licenses_DOC-1.pet
4.0K   locale-gen-svn15122012.pet
8.0K   mktemp-1.7.pet
4.0K   mktemp_DOC-1.7.pet
40K   msmtp-1.4.30.pet
24K   msmtp_DOC-1.4.30.pet
12K   msmtp_NLS-1.4.30.pet
448K   mutt-1.5.21.pet
696K   mutt_DOC-1.5.21.pet
788K   mutt_NLS-1.5.21.pet
92K   optipng-0.7.4.pet
8.0K   optipng_DOC-0.7.4.pet
304K   rtorrent-0.9.2.pet
8.0K   rtorrent_DOC-0.9.2.pet
1.9M   syslinux-5.00.pet
188K   syslinux_DEV-5.00.pet
12K   syslinux_DOC-5.00.pet
1.8M   terminus-font-4.38.pet
4.0K   terminus-font_DOC-4.38.pet
1.1M   unnethack-4.0.0.pet
16K   unnethack_DOC-4.0.0.pet
12K   vim_DEV-hg15122012.pet
1.8M   vim_DOC-hg15122012.pet
4.5M   vim-hg15122012.pet
1.6M   vim_NLS-hg15122012.pet

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DC


Joined: 30 Apr 2006
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Location: Maidenhead, England

PostPosted: Sat 15 Dec 2012, 15:15    Post subject: DVB  

Congratulations pemasu and 666philb
for getting my DVB working in kernel 3.2

Sandberg mini DVB-T

VideoMate U650F - which I've never had working with any other pup / kernel

thanks

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Joined: 26 Nov 2006
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Location: Chatswood, NSW

PostPosted: Sat 15 Dec 2012, 19:51    Post subject: Non-PAE or use a retro driver
Subject description: my black screens with any PAE
 

G'day pemasu,

Thinking of all you up-over as the temperature here heads upwards of 30 (C not F).

I expect you won't be releasing a "retro" Upup version for the few like me who have a desktop with a perfect record of display failures with PAE Puppies (and a perfect record of success with non-PAE versions).

My desktop's motherboard & CPU are PAE-complient. It has 2GB of RAM so does not need the PAE if I understand what PAE is.

I think it is my Radeon HD5450 graphics card that has the problem of randomly failing (black-screen - then 'no graphics detected' message) after several minutes of happily running a PAE Puppy such as Upup Precise-5.4x5 in Frugal form.

If mine is a PAE-version driver problem, would the radeon driver from a good retro fix the problem in the PAE version?

Thanks for any feedback,

David S.
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pemasu


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Location: Finland

PostPosted: Sun 16 Dec 2012, 06:57    Post subject:  

davids45. It is question of time and dedication.
It seems my next year will start very hectic. It can be even that I wont have any time to create puplet updates. Let`s see.
Our station will meet the boss next wednesday and we will hear if we will get any employee help.
If not....I am afraid I will be too occupied and too tired to do other than recovering...which I will probably do by skiing.

So....atm it looks like I wont create and update another Precise Puppy version. But you never know.
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tlchost

Joined: 05 Aug 2007
Posts: 1641
Location: Baltimore, Maryland USA

PostPosted: Mon 17 Dec 2012, 15:10    Post subject: No Audio  

This problem was noticed and reported in the main Precise Thread...as far as I know it was never addressed.

Slack 5.4 detects my audio hardware as

Intel Corporation Panther Point High Definition Audio Controller
VENDOR: 8086 DEVICE: 1e20
KERNEL MODULE: snd_hda_intel

It works....if I select that in the Alsa Wizard in precise, I get no sould at all...as far as I can tell, I've made all the correct checks/changes to alsa and retrovol settings

Thanks in advance for any help.

Thom
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