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OneBone - best CLI apps in one place
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keenerd

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PostPosted: Tue 13 Jun 2006, 12:50    Post subject:  OneBone - best CLI apps in one place  

I've pulled together all the apps that will really put some meat on OneBone. All together they come to 15Mb and are available as a set at

http://144.118.197.41/cli-dev-pack.tar

Note that they are just tarballs that are uncompressed at /
Very few of the dotpups are mine, I just wanted to host everything under one roof.

Full list of applications:
Code:
drivers
   fbset      compiled
   gpm         dotpup

file/system manager
   mc         dotpup
   htop      compiled
   findutil   dotpup

window manager
   screen      compiled, vector
   twin      compiled
   
spreadsheet
   oleo      compiled, error commented out
   sc         compiled
      
network
   ncftp      compiled
   iptraf      binary
   elinks      compiled, vector
   webfs      compiled
   ctorrent   dotpup
   wput      dotpup
   mutt      compiled

word proc
   ispell      dotpup
   antiword   compiled

chat
   centericq   compiled, vector
   bfslite      compiled
   naim      compiled
   pork      compiled
   tinyirc      binary
   micq      compiled

programming
   hexedit      compiled
   python      dotpup

cd burning
   cdw         compiled, vector

audio
   mocp      dotpup
   libsnd      dotpup   
   
games
   nibbles    compiled
   ninvaders   compiled
   seatris      compiled
   tb_asm      binary
   tf         compiled
   
silly
   cmatrix      compiled
   
file view
   less      dotpup

picture view
   fbi         compiled

math
   bc & dc      dotpup
   units       compiled
   pythonica   .py script
   
compression
   unrar      dotpup
   
recovery
   fatback      dotpup
   foremost   dotpup   


If you wander my server, http://144.118.197.41/ , you can find sources for all of the apps I compiled as well as individual installers (application-pup.tar.gz).

Some of these apps bug out when running under x-term. Twin is amazing, but only has mouse support under x-term, though it should be able to use gpm.

I recompiled elinks 11.1 with gpm and full color support (Barry's was 10.5 w.o gpm).

Still trying to sort out framebuffer. The fbset package replaces the busybox version and has all the fb drivers from all_modules. Info on configuring:
http://www.digitalhermit.com/linux/hiresconsole.html
http://en.tldp.org/HOWTO/Framebuffer-HOWTO-5.html

A note on the server: The entire site is being hosted by Puppy. It is running the cli package Webfs and all the pages are dynamically generated from the local filesystem. The data is stored on a 256Mb flash drive. This is a truly easy to use webserver. All I had to type to start it was
Code:
webfsd -p 80 -r /mnt/sda1 -i 144.118.197.41

Best of all it's only 39K!

I really hope that Webfs can make it into the regular puppy build, it is far superior to the crude ftp server that puppy comes with.

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keenerd

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PostPosted: Tue 13 Jun 2006, 12:55    Post subject:  

If anyone wants to make dotpups out of these, go ahead. I've already converted man pages and other things to play friendly with Puppy's file system. All of the apps have been tested under Puppy 2.0.0, but not under OneBone. I've also kept all of the localization files, which are not really that useful yet.

I will not object if anyone wants to clean up my packages and release them as dotpups. Smile
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raffy

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PostPosted: Tue 13 Jun 2006, 16:37    Post subject: Thanks, and remaster of "Kauler core"  

Thanks a lot!

I would guess that many people will try a remaster of their chosen applications added to "onebone" (or, perhaps, we can use "Kauler core" if that one should exist?).

Has anyone tried a remaster of onebone?
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PostPosted: Tue 13 Jun 2006, 21:14    Post subject:  

Quote:
Has anyone tried a remaster of onebone?

Not yet, but I intend to. This list here is much more comprehensive than any other I've seen. Thank you very much.

Nathan

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keenerd

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PostPosted: Tue 13 Jun 2006, 22:15    Post subject:  

Yeah, a lot of usability testing needs to be done. I have my preferences, but so do the rest of you.

For example, Centericq is amazing, supports every chat from AIM to Jaber. And has RSS and LiveJournal in there just for fun. Also has the best TUI. But the binary is 3.4Mb. Add libraries, and Centericq is huge. Its the OpenOffice Suite of CLI chat clients.

Bfslite just has the AIM protocol, without fancy multipane TUI. But its only 50Kb. Interface is clean and does exactly what you'd expect.

The middleweight clients (naim and pork) are alright, but it feels easy to get lost in their interfaces. They each support a couple of protocols.

Oh, and I forgot to mention the Frame Buffer Image viewer in the release notes. Its part of the giant tar file, and can also be found at
http://144.118.197.41/fbi/fbi-pup.tar.gz
Very worthwhile application to have on an otherwise ascii based system.

I also had not listed any text editors, as people tend to have strong feelings about their editor. Puppy also already comes with a reasonable selection.
(MP rocks! Smile )
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PostPosted: Tue 13 Jun 2006, 23:14    Post subject:  

MIdnight Commander's builtin editor has always been enough for me. Simple and easy to understand, like Leafpad in CLI.

Nathan

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BarryK
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Jun 2006, 01:41    Post subject:  

This is great stuff!
This motivates me... when v2.01 is released, which has many bugfixes, I should
also do another look through the package choices for OneBone, knock the
size down a bit more.
Then, with all the cli apps added on it will still be tiny.

Note, I'm hoping to get 2.01 out the door by Monday 19th.
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Jun 2006, 02:16    Post subject:  

Hey, Barry, if this is going to be a regular thing would you be interested in the CLI package tools I've been working on? It's in prototype form right now but can install correctly, search for a package by name, just download a package, or install one already on the HD. Still need to implement uninstall though. It uses some bits of Pupget but also quite a bit of my own code. I was working on this for my own project but it seems to me it makes perfect sense for OneBone.

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PostPosted: Wed 14 Jun 2006, 08:07    Post subject:  

Two new packages - these have been included as part of the cli-dev-pack.tar

micq - medium sized icq client (356Kb exec)
http://144.118.197.41/micq/micq-pup.tar.gz

tinyirc - lightweight irc client (22Kb exec)
http://144.118.197.41/tinyirc/tinyirc-pup.tar.gz
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PostPosted: Thu 15 Jun 2006, 08:36    Post subject:  

nathan,
looks like a good thing.
right now i'm on mental overload, so will come back sometime in the future
when I get around to looking at onebone again.
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PostPosted: Thu 15 Jun 2006, 09:05    Post subject:  

No problem, I get that myself a lot. That will give me some time to work on the code a little more.

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PostPosted: Fri 16 Jun 2006, 07:34    Post subject:  

In the next 24 odd hours I will be moving, and my server will be down. It should be back up and running in a week.

Could someone host the latest version of cli-dev-pack.tar until then?

I've got a list of apps a mile long, so expect plenty of new things when the server resumes.
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PostPosted: Fri 16 Jun 2006, 08:26    Post subject:  

http://dotpups.de/144.118.197.41/

will take 40 minutes to upload all.
Do you need FAIL and centericq to be mirrored?
Those folders are quite large, so if it is not urgent, I will leave them out.

Mark
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keenerd

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PostPosted: Fri 16 Jun 2006, 08:56    Post subject:  

Thank you. Very thorough mirror.

FAIL was just stuff I'm still sorting compile issues for. The /usr/ subfolder that most programs have is just an uncompressed version of the -pup.tar.gz file. The hosted drive is also my building environment, though you seemed to have cloned it between compile sessions.

No urgency. My server will be back in a week's time.
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PostPosted: Fri 16 Jun 2006, 09:03    Post subject:  

I just mirrored it with wget -m ,so it grabbed everything it could get.

Ok, I'll leave it as it is until your server will be back.
If you want a permanent mirror for some files, the easiest way would be to put them in a subfolder, that I can download with wget (if it does not get too huge, 100 MB is already hard to the limit).
Then I would upload this subfolder "as is" with gftp (just the way I did now) Smile
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