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AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Mon 10 Jun 2013, 21:46    Post subject:

Thanks for the info and all your hard work to make this Puppy.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun 2013, 23:18    Post subject:

AndyOpie150 wrote:
Thats what I was hoping you would say.

Edit: Followed instructions, worked fine.
I checked old files properties for comparison to see if everything worked. File size was same, but, so was the listed permissions (rwxr-xr-x)? Looks like The old one was at least being seen as 755???

Question (hope I don't drive you crazy): Are you still going to come out with Lazy Puppy 3.0.

Hi.

I think the real problem on Lazarus SFS wasn't the 755 permissions. It was the ownership of the files inside the SFS. That's why it was needed to unpack the SFS and to change the ownership inside the temporary directory containing the SFS files (which was "squashfs-root") - command used: chown root:root squashfs-root. The original file should have had already permissions of 755.

LazY Puppy 3?

I had to cancel LazY Puppy 3 ADRV Version because of unsolvable (for me) problems when unloading sfs files - anything else had worked fine, until unloading an sfs.

Never mind. Since LazY Puppy is already a well and full featured SFS Puppy, there's no need to have ADRV options in LazY Puppy. So, I decided to cancel this and have removed all files from HD - also the backup files to avoid myself to waste more time on this.

If you could handle LazY Puppy with German User Interface, you could try this one: http://smokey01.com/RSH/LazY-Puppy/TempDEVersionsISO/LazYPuppy-202-Xorg-DE-006-83.iso, which is quite close to my LazY Puppy 3 version (except the size) - but, even remastering to an English version will keep some German language settings and some programs might not run because of incomplete EN locales.

Currently I don't have time to build everything with complete English locales etc.pp. so, I can't say anything if there will be a LazY Puppy 3 for anyone else but me. Time will tell, we will see...

I hope you will enjoy LazY Puppy though.

LazY Puppy 3 e17 Screenshot!
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun 2013, 16:34    Post subject:

Thats what I was hoping you would say.

Edit: Followed instructions, worked fine.
I checked old files properties for comparison to see if everything worked. File size was same, but, so was the listed permissions (rwxr-xr-x)? Looks like The old one was at least being seen as 755???

Question (hope I don't drive you crazy): Are you still going to come out with Lazy Puppy 3.0.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun 2013, 14:21    Post subject:

Hi.

For about now 16 months I do everything in LazY Puppy!
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun 2013, 14:01    Post subject:

Thanks for info.
Question: Are you doing this in Lazy Puppy or some other linux disto?
I have an empty flash drive I can format to ext.3, but what disto to use? I have Lazy Puppy, Xubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 12.04 on a CD as well as Knoppix.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun 2013, 11:00    Post subject:

Thank you, shinobar - details here: http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=707716#707716

Yes, it has been the permissions of the LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs file. After re-packaging it with the right permissions, it loads fine.

I can not upload the new LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs within this month, maybe in July of 2013. So, if anyone uses the LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs and want to use the sfs_load 1.9.4 or 1.9.9 (now available) to load the LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs by a RunScript, he/she should do the following (thanks to rcrsn51for the solution):

1. Copy the LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs to a ext partition with at least 3 GB free space
2. Open a terminal and type cd /mnt/your-ext-partition-here (example: /mnt/sdc2)
3. Unpack the LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs with: unsquashfs LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs (type in terminal)
4. Change the owner with: chown root:root squashfs-root (type in terminal)
5. Change the permissions with: chmod 755 squashfs-root (type in terminal)
6. Rebuild the SFS with: mksquashfs squashfs-root New_LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs
7. Rename New_LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs to LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs and copy to its original location

RSH
shinobar
PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun 2013, 04:14    Post subject: Re: LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs

R-S-H wrote:
Yesterday I discovered a bug in sfs_load 1.9.7.

I guess the cause is the permission of the LP2_LazarusFPCSuite.sfs. See the deatail:
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=707680#707680
R-S-H
PostPosted: Fri 07 Jun 2013, 19:58    Post subject:

Hello.

Yesterday I discovered a bug in sfs_load 1.9.7 which is used in my private version 3 of LazY Puppy. So I wanted to go back to this combination from LazY Puppy 2.0.2-005 which is a modified version of sfs_load 1.3.9 and original sfs_load 1.9.4 - but: 1.9.4 also has this bug.

The bug is not to load sfs files from around 300 MB and up. it loads a 283 MB sfs file fine and usable but it fails to load a 308 MB sfs file completely - modified version of 1.3.9 does!

LazY Puppy 2.0.2-005 is configured to use modified sfs_load 1.3.9 by default when creating RunScripts (I don't know why, but until release of LazY Puppy 2.0.2-005 it seems I didn't trust the whole thing completely Laughing )

So, if one is creating RunScripts for the use of such big sfs files, make sure to deactivate option for the use of sfs_load 1.9.x. Shinobar is informed and fixed version is surely right on the way.

AndyOpie150 wrote:
Thanks for posting download.
I already backed up everything in sdb1

Note: I used the other Flash Drive and booted into the LazY Puppy CD. Mounted the CD drive and used the provided installer from the desktop. Worked great.
I don't know how I missed the part about mounting the CD the first time?
I won't forget that ever again.

Edit: Swapped initrd.gz files. Booted up no problem.

Good to know. Thanks

RSH
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Wed 05 Jun 2013, 13:58    Post subject:

Thanks for posting download.
I already backed up everything in sdb1

Note: I used the other Flash Drive and booted into the LazY Puppy CD. Mounted the CD drive and used the provided installer from the desktop. Worked great.
I don't know how I missed the part about mounting the CD the first time?
I won't forget that ever again.

Edit: Swapped initrd.gz files. Booted up no problem.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Wed 05 Jun 2013, 11:10    Post subject:

Ok,

as promised: here is the LazY Puppy 2.0.2-005 100-SFS-Files initrd.gz. Just rename the file to initrd.gz after download and copy to your LazY Puppy boot directory (please, make sure, there's a backup of the original file) - should work.
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Tue 04 Jun 2013, 22:20    Post subject:

Ooops! Doh!
Gotcha.
Thanks again.
Thanks for the link as well.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Tue 04 Jun 2013, 19:08    Post subject:

RSH wrote:
Hetejas wrote:
I want to try this version running from USB so I downloaded the distro, burned a CD and booted up using the CD.
I did the install to a USB drive and upon rebooting it goes into an endless loop with :

AndyOpie150 wrote:
Hetejas: I had the same problem.

Ok, you are the only two users who posted this issue. I will check this, burning a CD, booting from CD and trying to install from CD. I don't have a CD drive at my home computer, so I could only test this by booting/installing from USB. Must do this on another location, which might take some days.

Hi.

I don't know if this still is of any interest, but I gave it a try and here are the results:

- burned the LazYPuppy-202-EN-005.iso to a CD
- booted the computer using this CD
- mounted the CD manually (left-click onto CD drive icon, CD not removed from drive)
- used the Install to USB Flash from desktop
- activated option to install all files from CD (ticked the check box)
- started installing LazY Puppy to USB flash


After a few minutes the USB flash drive was formatted and all files has been installed onto the USB flash drive. Booted the computer successfully from this USB flash drive after shut down.

Sorry Guys, but it seems you did not mount the CD drive or did remove the CD from drive before installing LazY Puppy - probably? Question

Please, keep in mind: installing and remastering LazY Puppy needs to mount the boot partition (or boot drive) manually first!

Thanks,

RSH
R-S-H
PostPosted: Sat 01 Jun 2013, 10:06    Post subject:

The TheAsterisk!'s JAVA threads are here
AndyOpie150
PostPosted: Fri 31 May 2013, 18:33    Post subject:

Thank you.
Didn't know about the java thread. Will definitely check it out.
R-S-H
PostPosted: Fri 31 May 2013, 10:24    Post subject:

Ok,

here is the LP2_jdk1.6.0_45.sfs to download.

To set path for JAVA classes etc. please, go ask in the JAVA thread - I can't tell anything on that. You might need to edit the SFS to solve this. Do a right-click onto the SFS and choose SFS-Edit to edit the SFS.
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