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the last saviour
PostPosted: Tue 02 Dec 2014, 10:45    Post subject:

LazY Puppy wrote:
Quote:
Danke Herr RSH.
Please also make the java7.sfs file
It will render the fractal faster.

Hello, the last saviour.

There is already

LP2_jre-1.7u13-i586.sfs (19-Feb-2013 01:46 33M)

and

LP2_JRE17u3.sfs (19-Feb-2013 01:19 46M)

at

LazY Puppy Repository at smokey01.com

Thanks,

RSH


Thank U very much.
I've seen those files for sometimes but never know that they are the new versions.
Maybe I'm confuse.
LazY Puppy
PostPosted: Fri 28 Nov 2014, 19:28    Post subject:

LazY Puppy SFS Repository updated.

More information here.
rufwoof
PostPosted: Thu 27 Nov 2014, 21:33    Post subject:

That did the trick.

Libre 3.3 Calc (Office) did complain about MD5 like you indicated, but had downloaded ok and worked ok (as per how you said)

I prefer to run without a savefile, so well suited.

Thanks RSH

PS :

For some fun, have a play with using higher compression when remastering. Its a lot (lot) slower to remaster, but the sfs size is usually quite a bit smaller

i.e. edit /usr/local/lazy_remaster/lp2_remaster_pupcd

and add :

#set compression
COMP=""
mksquashfs -help &>/tmp/mk #refuses to grep from stdout
grep 'xz' /tmp/mk &>/dev/null
[ "$?" = "0" ] && COMP="-comp xz"
ARCH="`uname -m`"
[ "$(uname -m|grep ^i)" ] && ARCH="`uname -m|cut -c3,4`"
case "$ARCH" in
86)AOPT="-Xbcj x86 -b 1024K" ;;
*)AOPT="" ;; #todo add other arches
esac
rm /tmp/mk
COPTIONS=""${COMP}" "${AOPT}""
#end set compression

then change line 782 from

squash / $WKGMNTPT/$rebuilddir/$PUPPYSFS -e /etc /proc /initrd /var /tmp /archive /mnt /root /$rebuilddir $ANOTHER_REMOVE $DIRHOME $DIRSYS $DIRLOST /$PUPPYSFS $SLDAEMON $MDAEMON $MWDAEMON $HAMREG #111012 end

to (i.e. add the ${COPTIONS} variable just before the -e parameter)

squash / $WKGMNTPT/$rebuilddir/$PUPPYSFS ${COPTIONS} -e /etc /proc /initrd /var /tmp /archive /mnt /root /$rebuilddir $ANOTHER_REMOVE $DIRHOME $DIRSYS $DIRLOST /$PUPPYSFS $SLDAEMON $MDAEMON $MWDAEMON $HAMREG #111012 end

That uses a much larger compression dictionary size, which can improve compression reasonably.

Wild guess - but you might see the .sfs drop from 172MB down to perhaps 150MB.

Too late for me to be staring to remaster tonight (early hours), but I might give that a try myself over the next few days and if so I'll let you know the result.
LazY Puppy
PostPosted: Thu 27 Nov 2014, 20:31    Post subject:

LazY Puppy is NOT made for a use from CD or DVD.

It is made especially for the use from USB HDD or USB Flash Drive.

Automated download of SFS Modules will download automatically to boot directory. Since you can't download to CD/DVD it has to fail completely!

Do a frugal install of LazY Puppy and mount the boot drive/partition before trying to download any SFS Module.

There maybe a message after download saying wrong md5sum and some programs won't start then. This is usual related to a new uploaded SFS Module. Just check if it has downloaded into boot directory correctly and try restarting the Program.

It should execute without any problems then.

Btw: LazY Puppy is also especially created for the use without a personal storage file (save file).
rufwoof
PostPosted: Thu 27 Nov 2014, 19:32    Post subject:

Downloaded, burnt to DVD, LiveCD booted to desktop ok.

Really tidy and well structured, highly impressed ...

BUT : menu loading of programs i.e. Libre Calc, prompts to download SFS, shows download progress and downloads 100% ok but then puts out a download failed message (red message box) for a few seconds and .... no program.

Tried creating a save file and booted that, but then said insufficient save file space can't download prompt.
LazY Puppy
PostPosted: Fri 21 Nov 2014, 18:57    Post subject:

Quote:
Danke Herr RSH.
Please also make the java7.sfs file
It will render the fractal faster.

Hello, the last saviour.

There is already

LP2_jre-1.7u13-i586.sfs (19-Feb-2013 01:46 33M)

and

LP2_JRE17u3.sfs (19-Feb-2013 01:19 46M)

at

LazY Puppy Repository at smokey01.com

Thanks,

RSH
the last saviour
PostPosted: Fri 26 Sep 2014, 06:14    Post subject:

Danke Herr RSH.
Please also make the java7.sfs file
It will render the fractal faster. Laughing

Cheer.
RSH
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jul 2014, 16:35    Post subject:

Download LP2_JWildFire-1.63.sfs.
The LP2_jre-1.7u13-i586.sfs is predefined as dependent SFS for LazY Puppy and L.A.S.S.I.E. 002.
RSH
PostPosted: Wed 25 Jun 2014, 17:12    Post subject:

Quote:
I can't hear any music at your webly website.

Currently there isn't any of my music and/or drum solos online available.

At the moment I don't have time to do any work on the weebly pages - maybe I'll decide to remove them later again...
the last saviour
PostPosted: Sat 21 Jun 2014, 09:51    Post subject:

Thank you.

I can't hear any music at your webly website.
RSH
PostPosted: Sat 14 Jun 2014, 10:01    Post subject:

Quote:
Recently I'd found that GNome player need monitor with 24 bit driver, otherwise it won't work. I got problem with it > a year, what a fool I am. Sorry if somebody had reported this problem.

Never had any problem with gnome-player, since LazY Puppy is booting into 1600x1200 Pixel, 24bit on my computer (nvidia graphics adapter) and -I think- it wasn't reported so far.

Quote:
JWildFire 1.6 was released, very good one. But it prefers Java V.7 not V.6.

Thanks for the good news. Downloaded and build a SFS Module, but can't upload probably before beginning of July 2014.

Quote:
I'd read the intro in your Sara B whick is very impressive, but I think I read some kind of this document before. Do you use any template to create that intro? Otherwise you can be a writer.

No, I don't use any templates and yes, I do like writing from time to time. But I doubt, there would be any to be found on the web from my earlier online-life, when my username was ......

Quote:
I'm awaiting for your new Puppy with KDE & Dolphin. Hope you will interest to make this release soon.
Thank you.

Yes, I'm awaiting this also, but it seems I'm not able to create a LazY Puppy with KDE and Dolphin - neither by knowledge nor by time.

Currently I do work on the next verion of L.A.S.S.I.E., but this still needs work and time.

RSH
the last saviour
PostPosted: Wed 11 Jun 2014, 06:15    Post subject:

Lieber Herr RSH;
Recently I'd found that GNome player need monitor with 24 bit driver, otherwise it won't work. I got problem with it > a year, what a fool I am. Sorry if somebody had reported this problem.

JWildFire 1.6 was released, very good one. But it prefers Java V.7 not V.6.
http://www.andreas-maschke.com/?page_id=351

I'd read the intro in your Sara B whick is very impressive, but I think I read some kind of this document before. Do you use any template to create that intro? Otherwise you can be a writer.

I'm awaiting for your new Puppy with KDE & Dolphin. Hope you will interest to make this release soon.
Thank you.
RSH
PostPosted: Sun 09 Mar 2014, 11:50    Post subject: Re: Lazy Pup

jackrabbit wrote:
Enjoying this Lazy Pup. Very different than other derivatives in the way you can use sfs files. Great concept! Always trying out different derivatives, but this one has really caught my attention. Amazing what you have achieved with this RSH. This one takes a little time to learn, but the time is well spent. Everything just works! Hey everyone, if you haven't checked this one out, I highly recommend you do so. Thanks RSH, truly a work of art here, beautiful derivative. Sticking with this one, so innovative.

Again, thank you very much!

Please, have a look also at this: LazY Puppy and wrong md5sums when downloading SFS Modules by its program's menu entry

RSH
jackrabbit
PostPosted: Sun 09 Mar 2014, 01:02    Post subject: Lazy Pup

Enjoying this Lazy Pup. Very different than other derivatives in the way you can use sfs files. Great concept! Always trying out different derivatives, but this one has really caught my attention. Amazing what you have achieved with this RSH. This one takes a little time to learn, but the time is well spent. Everything just works! Hey everyone, if you haven't checked this one out, I highly recommend you do so. Thanks RSH, truly a work of art here, beautiful derivative. Sticking with this one, so innovative.
RSH
PostPosted: Sat 08 Mar 2014, 21:42    Post subject:

jackrabbit's previous post's subtitle wrote:
Wow, what a concept! Hey, fellow puppy linux lovers, you have to take this distro for a ride.

Thank you very much. Smile
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