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R-S-H
PostPosted: Sun 07 Jul 2013, 08:34    Post subject:

Hi.

I have uploaded some more new SFS files:

LP2_Aisleriot-2.30-Lucid.sfs - Game
LP2_Check_Network_IP-0.1-de.sfs
LP2_Games.sfs - the original Lucid Games in SFS
LP2_Ginkgo_CADx-2.12.0.4889_linux_x86.sfs
LP2_GNU-Paint-0.3.3-6_i386.sfs - simple Paint Program
LP2_LoveGames.sfs - Game(s)
LP2_PureBasic-5.11.sfs - Development
LP2_PureData_0.42.5-3_i386.sfs - Music
LP2_Screeny-0.7-full.sfs - needs gettext in LazY
LP2_TakeAShot-1.1.sfs - Screenshot Tool
LP2_VKeybd_0.1.18d-1.1_i386.sfs - virtual MIDI Keyboard
LP2_Worker-2.19.6-i686.sfs - File Manager

All to find at my LazY Puppy Repository at smokey01.com/RSH/

Even though I can not understand why people do waste time playing computer games (when there is so much more interesting stuff to do with computers and also without computers), I've uploaded some Games.

RSH
R-S-H
PostPosted: Sun 07 Jul 2013, 02:30    Post subject:

Hi.

I have uploaded the new LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs with right permissions. It should now load with sfs_load 1.9.x.

I have also uploaded the new LP2_Gambas-3.4.1.sfs, which has been compiled by 666philb by a request of der-schutzhund (LazY Puppy User, the teacher who has installed and is using LazY Puppy on 20 Computers at Realschule Lemgo (a public School in Germany)). Gambas 3.4.1 is especially compiled for Lucid, so it will work in LazY Puppy.

The SFS is converted to LazY Puppy SFS P.L.U.S. format and has already the LP2_DevX.sfs declared inside the SFS as the needed dependency. So, just download, create a RunScript and have fun with that.

Gambas 3.4.1
R-S-H
PostPosted: Tue 02 Jul 2013, 12:25    Post subject:

This is just cool!
otropogo
PostPosted: Mon 01 Jul 2013, 00:16    Post subject:

R-S-H wrote:
Hi.

Thanks to the last saviour for clearing this up.

But, if I remember correctly, there is something like a guide to make the lucid ready for USB 3 on the forum - might be in the lucid 528 update thread (maybe)

I've had read this but could not really understand what I would have to do. It's always double time and work for me, because of the different languages and I'm still a Puppy Linux newbie.

RSH


thanks RSH and The Last Saviour, will keep watching while continuing to use Lupuplus, Knoppix, and Windows.

I need lupuplus for xfprot and non USB3.0 SDXC (strangely, it supports SDXC on an internal slot, but not on the USB3.0 connection - but transfer speed is greatly reduced). If I need to change devices without rebooting, I'll have to use Windows or Knoppix.

I also need to use Windows to write or read DVD-RAM disks and DLA.

Very frustrating, but I can't give Windows up in any case because I need OCR, Quicken, some other apps, and full access to my printer functions.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Fri 28 Jun 2013, 12:00    Post subject:

Hi.

Thanks to the last saviour for clearing this up.

But, if I remember correctly, there is something like a guide to make the lucid ready for USB 3 on the forum - might be in the lucid 528 update thread (maybe)

I've had read this but could not really understand what I would have to do. It's always double time and work for me, because of the different languages and I'm still a Puppy Linux newbie.

RSH
the last saviour
PostPosted: Wed 26 Jun 2013, 05:45    Post subject:

Hi otropogo, it's nice that U are still around. Very Happy

1. does it fully support NTFS (ie. read and write)?
Yes

2. does it fully support USB3.0 (ie. hot plugging devices)?
No

3. does it support large high speed SDXC cards
No

4. is there a way to install xfprot on it?
Yes, but you must wait until Herr RSH makes SFS file for U.

5. can deb packages be installed in it?
No, I would suggest U try Squeeze puppy.

6. can it support Asian character display and input?
Yes

7. is there a way of saving, copying, moving files with Asian characters in the filename?
Yes



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otropogo
PostPosted: Mon 24 Jun 2013, 12:10    Post subject: lazy user wants preview

Hello RSH et al!

Sorry I've been gone so long. After an initial flirtation with Lazypuppy I reverted to lupuplus and have been stagnating with it.

I've just downloaded 2.02 -5, but to avoid disappointment (or at least dull it), I'd like to ask if anyone can answer any of the following questions about it:

1. does it fully support NTFS (ie. read and write)?

2. does it fully support USB3.0 (ie. hot plugging devices)?

3. does it support large high speed SDXC cards

4. is there a way to install xfprot on it?

5. can deb packages be installed in it?

6. can it support Asian character display and input?

7. is there a way of saving, copying, moving files with Asian characters in the filename?
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Fri 14 Jun 2013, 20:03    Post subject:

Thanks again.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Wed 12 Jun 2013, 20:47    Post subject:

Send the responsible People of the Bavarian Justice, Police, Doctors of psychiatric Hospitals plus the ugly sucking Guys of the HVB to the Hague!!!
After this, pack 'em into a Space Shuttle and send 'em up to the Sun!!!

http://econoblog101.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/the-gustl-mollath-affair-who-is-the-paranoid/

Hi.

To load the LP2_jdk1.6.0_45.sfs and then to search for the JAVA binary inside the running OS is not a good choice. Too many files and directories.

Do a left-click onto the LP2_jdk1.6.0_45.sfs (don't load before that) and search for the binary. It mounts the SFS so, you can see its content - left-click again to unmount the SFS.

You'll find one JAVA binary in /bin and also one JAVA binary in /jre/bin.

I don't know which one is the relevant for your purposes. Might be the one in /bin, but I'm not sure since I don't know anything about JAVA - except that it is needed for some programs.

Note: I'm now unreachable at least for a week or two. I got some hard work to do, so I need to stay away from programming and visiting the forum.
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Wed 12 Jun 2013, 16:06    Post subject:

R-S-H wrote:


Tonight, maybe two or three hours to go, it seems I'll be able to finish main parts of my private LazY Puppy development. Everything seems to work fine, all known issues and/or bugs are solved and fixed. Also, I ain't got further ideas for new programs to write.

So, I can spend some time to work on the translations to English language - from time to time. Mainly I will use this version now without developing anything - except upcoming bug fixing. That's why I started this here - to build my own Paradise Puppy.

I have to contact now the owner of smokey01.com, where the LazY Puppy files are hosted, to get knowledge and information about how much space I can use for uploading new files (ISO, Applications etc.). When it comes to a point that all English translations are finished and LazY Puppy 3 would be ready to upload, I would like to upload some additional files and applications that would run out of the box - not SFS files, nothing to install.

But this would be a huge number of Mega Byte - somewhat around 5 GB. I use this all from a 16 GB USB flash drive.

Ok,

meanwhile, have fun with LazY Puppy (like I do!)

RSH
Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Silly Question: Once the jdk sfs is loaded, where can I find the java.exe? Been runing around chasing my tail looking in the files trying to find it.

PS: Read the Mollath link. Wow! An eye opener in deed.
backi
PostPosted: Wed 12 Jun 2013, 10:36    Post subject:

Hi RSH

Sure a bit off topic

Thanks for your engagement in the---- MOLLATH CASE---- .

This incredible crime gives me sleepless nights .

Needs much more publicity it is not only a scandalcase in Germany must get public internationally .

Incredible Crime

Cheers .....keep on rocking----
R-S-H
PostPosted: Wed 12 Jun 2013, 03:10    Post subject:

Hi.

This is something completely different.

Some of you might have noticed my signature but could not follow the link, because it goes to a German article on the Mollath affair.

Well, it seems like the Mollath affair is now known outside from Germany.

A kind member of this forum did send me a link by pm, which I will post here, so everyone can have a look at the Mollath affair.

Here's the link: http://econoblog101.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/the-gustl-mollath-affair-who-is-the-paranoid/.

I know, people come from all over the world to be part of the Bavarian Oktoberfest. Please, if you meet or know anyone who is planning to come to the Barbarian Oktoberfest, ask him to stay at home and to send an eMail instead to the Bavarian Parliament naming the Mollath affair for an reason to not to move to the Oktoberfest.

Thank you very much!

RSH
R-S-H
PostPosted: Tue 11 Jun 2013, 17:24    Post subject:

AndyOpie150 wrote:
I agree with Tyson 100%.

Thanks! Very Happy

Tonight, maybe two or three hours to go, it seems I'll be able to finish main parts of my private LazY Puppy development. Everything seems to work fine, all known issues and/or bugs are solved and fixed. Also, I ain't got further ideas for new programs to write.

So, I can spend some time to work on the translations to English language - from time to time. Mainly I will use this version now without developing anything - except upcoming bug fixing. That's why I started this here - to build my own Paradise Puppy.

I have to contact now the owner of smokey01.com, where the LazY Puppy files are hosted, to get knowledge and information about how much space I can use for uploading new files (ISO, Applications etc.). When it comes to a point that all English translations are finished and LazY Puppy 3 would be ready to upload, I would like to upload some additional files and applications that would run out of the box - not SFS files, nothing to install.

But this would be a huge number of Mega Byte - somewhat around 5 GB. I use this all from a 16 GB USB flash drive.

Ok,

meanwhile, have fun with LazY Puppy (like I do!)

RSH
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Tue 11 Jun 2013, 12:49    Post subject:

I agree with Tyson 100%.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Mon 10 Jun 2013, 22:56    Post subject:

Hi.

I just want to post a remarkable quote.

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=706746#706746
Tyson, a German user from Brasil wrote:
Das ist wohl seit Jahren das aufregendste und inovativste Linux-Erlebnis und ich habe sicherlich so einige Distros getestet und verwendete hauptsächlich Crunchbang, DreamStudio und einige Puppies.

Original Google translation wrote:
This is probably the most exciting and innovative for years Linux experience and I have certainly tested as some distros, using mainly CrunchBang, Dream Studio and some puppies.

RSH
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