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otropogo
PostPosted: Sat 10 Nov 2012, 23:22    Post subject: internet-sfs, what does it do?

I've never loaded sfs files for apps into Puppy, so I approached the task in Lazypup a bit gingerly.

IIRC, I used the app downloader program to look at the offerings before deciding what browser to download, but all I found under the heading of "Internet" was lp2_internet.sfs. What does it do, and should I be looking elsewhere for browsers?

Is there a detailed description of all of the sfs files available online?
otropogo
PostPosted: Sat 10 Nov 2012, 23:12    Post subject: adding wallpaper/background in Lazypup - how?

I've been trying to change the background on Lazypup via the Nathan wallpaper changer.

I'm able to do it for the session, but haven't been able to find a way to save the change or even to make the added images permanently available through Nathan.

I've tried putting them in /usr/share/backgrounds, but no cigar. I've also tried simply shutting down while the wallpaper I want is active, no luck there either.
otropogo
PostPosted: Sat 10 Nov 2012, 23:08    Post subject: USB3.0 support - how?

I've installed Lazypup to USBflash and configured the display on my monitors comfortably, albeit with a lot of monkeying, but am puzzled by the apparent lack of support for USB3.0 in Lazypup, although it uses the same kernel as Lucid 528.

Does anyone have an explanation or better, a fix? When I boot with lupu 528, with a USB3.0 reader attached to an expressbus USB3.0 adapter, the cards in the reader are immediately iconized on the desktop, and accessible. When I do the same with Lazypup, no icons appear, and Pmount doesn't show the flash cards either. I had thought that 2.6.33.2 had kernel support for USB 3.0, but maybe I'm mistaken?

If I am, is there an sfs or a pet that provides USB3.0 support for Lazypup?
otropogo
PostPosted: Sat 10 Nov 2012, 15:54    Post subject:

RSH wrote:
otropogo wrote:
RSH wrote:
Hi.

I have uploaded now LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II - EN Version!

Download LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II


Version Information here

RSH


what's the md5sum for the iso?

OK. found it on page 1

Hi.

The md5sum at page 1 is md5sum of build 0.0.2!

Here is the md5sum for EN build 0.0.3: ffedb40dabea61f25cb461fb47fed626

Now added to download page.


Oops! Downloaded the wrong "final" version first try. Ok, got 0.3 now.
RSH
PostPosted: Sat 10 Nov 2012, 15:11    Post subject:

otropogo wrote:
RSH wrote:
Hi.

I have uploaded now LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II - EN Version!

Download LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II


Version Information here

RSH


what's the md5sum for the iso?

OK. found it on page 1

Hi.

The md5sum at page 1 is md5sum of build 0.0.2!

Here is the md5sum for EN build 0.0.3: ffedb40dabea61f25cb461fb47fed626

Now added to download page.
otropogo
PostPosted: Sat 10 Nov 2012, 14:20    Post subject:

RSH wrote:
Hi.

I have uploaded now LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II - EN Version!

Download LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II


Version Information here

RSH


what's the md5sum for the iso?

OK. found it on page 1
RSH
PostPosted: Fri 09 Nov 2012, 12:48    Post subject:

bark_bark_bark wrote:
Hello RSH, I tried the EN version of Build 0.0.3 and found my netbook's wifi device is not recognized, but eth0 is. How can I fix this or is this puppy to old for my netbook.

Hello bark_bark_bark.

Thank you for trying the latest LazY Puppy.

I'm sorry, but wifi, wpa, wpa2, ethernet... etc. ...the whole network stuff is part of my ZKD ---> my zero knowledge division. Laughing

That's the cause why one can find lots of applications as sfs from almost all categories - but not network (games also, I don't like to waste my time on computer games). I don't need to connect my computers and I even don't want to do so.

The only network I do use is internet (from time to time). Therefor i do use a gprs usb modem that i can use on three different computers at three different locations with LazY Puppy.

There seems to be also a problem with the cups ---> user minesadorada has posted in this here thread (also some puppy stuff that I do not use).

I hope everything else is working fine and can be used.

RSH
bark_bark_bark
PostPosted: Thu 08 Nov 2012, 21:54    Post subject:

Hello RSH, I tried the EN version of Build 0.0.3 and found my netbook's wifi device is not recognized, but eth0 is. How can I fix this or is this puppy to old for my netbook.
RSH
PostPosted: Wed 07 Nov 2012, 02:17    Post subject:

Hi.

I have uploaded now LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II - EN Version!

Download LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II


Version Information here

RSH
RSH
PostPosted: Tue 06 Nov 2012, 02:12    Post subject:

Hello.

From time to time i do install the LazY Puppy onto a 8 GB usb stick to give it to a friend or a family member for birthdays or similar events. A few days ago there has been a new opportunity to do so again. For some reasons it did not happen to give the usb stick to the decided person, so I have had some time to make some updates on this version until I will send it per real-mail. After finishing this work I did thought about if it would be useful for any LazY Puppy user to use this updated version now called: LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II.

And so, I decided to upload this version and also the new sfs files I have put onto this usb stick. It is now quite close to my private version in functionality and usability ---> except the wallpaper and its size. But, I do really like this wallpaper by Greg Martin.

Note: LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II is now also as EN-Version available for download.

LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II - Screenshot

Size of ISO: 177 MB

LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II, boots directly into IceWM and includes lots of new programs and optimized versions and scripts:

Optimized:

- Remaster Suite (remaster now without iso and cd)
- new Tools for SFS P.L.U.S. (add dependencies, combine with dependencies)
- RunScript-Builder (option for wine added)
- SFS-Files and -Programs loads and starts much faster
- Wbar has now themes (like Sound Switcher has)
- Text added to Wbar Icons
- new IconSet included
- all IconSets extended
- new defaultXXX scripts in /usr/local/bin
- RunScripts for python and XorgHigh sfs files
- Timed shutdown function added


New programs installed:

- LazY FReD
- LazY MAID
- LazY DNS

- AAPhotoGUI
- AFI Frugal Installer
- Design Switcher
- Edit-initrdgz rightclick
- Edit-mo rightclick
- GtkDialog5 (gtkdialog-0.8.2, compiled in LazY Puppy)
- PaDS PETs and DEBs to SFS Combiner
- LazY Puppy USB Installer
- SFStoPET
- Sound Switcher


New SFS-Files:

LP2_Albumshaper-2.1-5.sfs
LP2_Avogadro-1.0.0.sfs
LP2_Canorus-0.7-2.sfs
LP2_CBR-Pager-0.9.22.sfs
LP2_DeadBeef-0.5.5-lucid-full.sfs
LP2_DeadBeef-4.1-1.sfs
LP2_EasyShot-1.0.sfs
LP2_EasyTAG-2.1.7-i686-lp2.sfs
LP2_FLite-gui_1.4-2.sfs
LP2_Figurine-1.0.5.sfs
LP2_FlPhoto-1.3.1.sfs
LP2_FreePlane-1.2.18.sfs
LP2_GeoGebra-4.0.41.0.sfs
LP2_Gramps-3.4.1.sfs
LP2_Kid3-2.1-i486.sfs
LP2_Kluppe-0.6.141.sfs
LP2_Lives-1.4.2-full.sfs
LP2_PDFEdit-0.4.5-i486-full.sfs
LP2_SAG_CAD-0.9.14.sfs
LP2_Stellarium-0.10.6-0.sfs
LP2_sven-0.6-2-fm.sfs
LP2_Termit-2.2.0-vte-0.22.5.sfs
LP2_WhiteDune-0.28.14-1.1.sfs
LP2_XFE1325.sfs
LP2_XPaint-2.8.13-2.sfs
LP2_XVidCap-1.1.7.sfs
LP2_XorgHigh.sfs
LP2_zathura_gui-1.9.sfs

The ISO file is stored at mediafire. All sfs files are stored at smokey's server01 (thanks again for this option to smokey01) and will be downloaded as usual (by the RunScripts) and can be downloaded now all at once (one by one) by using the LazY FReD.

Download LazY Puppy 2.0.2 Final Build 0.0.3 - Osiris II
md5sum: ffedb40dabea61f25cb461fb47fed626 (EN)
RSH
PostPosted: Fri 19 Oct 2012, 17:16    Post subject:

Hi.

This is an update to the LazY Puppy ShutdownGUI. It gives now option to cancel reboot or shutdown within 10 seconds.



It gives also option to execute timed shutdown.



Is this activated, a icon is shown at system tray (here the very left one). Clicking this icon will deactivate timed shutdown function.



That's pretty Cool

The .pet is here!
RSH
PostPosted: Fri 19 Oct 2012, 04:51    Post subject:

Hi greengeek.

I had a successful test using the above posted description in lucid 528-4 and also in slacko 5.3.

So, this looks like as it might work in other puppies as well.

I will post this also in the HOWTO (Solutions) forum. Might be useful. I will also add the modified versions of the lucid 528-4 and the slacko 5.3 remaster script to the thread.

Thanks for the input. Usually i'm too lazy to make such tests using other puppies (it's because of the only other puppy i have installed is lucid 528-4)

RSH
RSH
PostPosted: Fri 19 Oct 2012, 04:01    Post subject:

greengeek wrote:
I have only been using the inbuilt Puppy remaster tool so far and i do not have a script to help with that process

Yes, i do mean the inbuilt Puppy remaster tool - just called it remaster script. Laughing

Sorry for confusing.

Its name is something like remasterpup2 or similar. Can't remember and even not search for it, because i did remove the original script. Exclamation

Just boot your puppy in RAM ---> no save file and give it a try. It's easy. Try to reach the unreachable and you might get some success from time to time.

I can say this for sure. Laughing
greengeek
PostPosted: Fri 19 Oct 2012, 03:51    Post subject:

RSH - I am very new to the remaster process - I have only been using the inbuilt Puppy remaster tool so far and i do not have a script to help with that process. As far as I am aware it is just a simple manual/dialog process. (although I guess there must be a "remaster script" that is used in the background. I will try to find/modify/test it)

[So far I have not had totally good success with the inbuilt remaster routine - it seems to leave out critical things, and is not quite the same on each puppy - I have a lot to learn about this process)
RSH
PostPosted: Fri 19 Oct 2012, 03:33    Post subject:

greengeek wrote:
RSH wrote:
At the End of this Post[/url] you'll find an update to the LazY Puppy Remaster Suite.
It is now possible to make a remaster without the need to mount a iso first or insert a cd into the cd drive. The new Remaster is made from the running system.

Hi RSH, is this remaster tool only for Lazy? or could it work on some other puppies too?

Hi greengeek.

Yes, unfortunately this is not usable in other puppies. Too many specific modifications made and also, as far as i know, the remaster scripts are different in different puppies.

But maybe a quick hack can add this to your remaster script. I would like to see, if that works.

1. Install the attached .pet. This contains the needed files to be able to tell the remaster script from where to take the files ---> no matter if booted from /mnt/home or /mnt/sda1 or /mnt/sdd3/YourPuppy or what ever you can imagine - ääähhhhh puppy can boot

2 Open your remaster script and put the followong code at the very beginning.
Code:
# get LazY Puppy Bootdirectory
exec /usr/sbin/ceelab/tools/get_boot_dir
sleep .1
. /usr/sbin/ceelab/lp2_sys_data/LP2_BootDir


3. Search for some code like:
Code:
#VIRTUALCD=$(mount -t iso9660|grep '^/dev/loop' | sed -e 's/on[ ].*+//' -e 's/[ ]type[ ]iso9660[ ].*$//')
#MSG="$m_14"
#choice_cdd
#
#CDPATTERN="/dev/$BURNERDRV "
#CDMNTPT="`mount | grep "$CDPATTERN" | tr -s " " | cut -f 3 -d " "`"
#if [ "$CDMNTPT" != "" ];then
#   if [ ! -f $CDMNTPT/initrd.gz ];then
#      # 091212 weird bug, no processes but when run this, x restarts...
#      xFUSER="`fuser -m /dev/$BURNERDRV 2>/dev/null`" #do this first, seems to fix it.
#      [ "$xFUSER" != "" ] && fuser -k -m /dev/$BURNERDRV
#      sync
#      umount /dev/$BURNERDRV 2> /dev/null
#      if [ $? -ne 0 ];then
#         Xdialog --wrap --center  --title "$m_02" --msgbox "$m_15" 0 0
#         go_exit
#      fi
#      CDMNTPT=""
#   fi
#fi
#
#if [ "$CDMNTPT" = "" ];then
#   eval m_16=\"$m_16\"
#   while [ 1 ];do
#      Xdialog --wrap --center  --title "$m_01" --msgbox "$m_16" 0 0
#      [ $? -eq 0  ] || go_exit   # 22jun09
#      # now mount it...
#      CDMNTPT="/mnt/$BURNERDRV"
#      mkdir -p /mnt/$BURNERDRV
#      mount -t iso9660 /dev/$BURNERDRV /mnt/$BURNERDRV
#      [ $? -eq 0 ] && break
#   done
#fi

and comment it out ---> already done in the above code

In LazY Puppy Remaster Skript it is at line 347 ---> in your script it's surely another line number Smile

Search for some code like:
Code:
for F in vmlinuz initrd.gz ${ZDRVSFS} grldr menu.lst '*.xpm' isolinux.bin isolinux.cfg '*.msg' '*.16' '*.HTM*' '*.ICO' '*.INF'
do
   cp $CDMNTPT/$F $WKGMNTPT/$rebuilddir/ 2> /dev/null
   sync
done


Change code:
Code:
cp $CDMNTPT/$F $WKGMNTPT/$rebuilddir/ 2> /dev/null

to
Code:
cp $LP2BDL/$F $WKGMNTPT/$rebuilddir/ 2> /dev/null


Please let me know the results. Could you test this in some other puppies, please.

Thanks

P.S.

The above shown code might be different to the code inside your script. As i wrote: i have made lots of specific modifications - can not remember each detail. Laughing
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