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Lobster
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PostPosted: Mon 08 Oct 2007, 14:03    Post subject:  Linux Tmxxine 3.01
Subject description: Puppy 3.01 Final + Ezpup3 + Open Office + Graphics programs 315MB
 



Linux Tmxxine 3.01
http://www.puppylinux.ca/lobster/

md5sum tmxxine-301.iso
8612fe44654a56282017b1f367ac1f2c

Puppy 3.01 Final + Ezpup3 + Open Office + Graphics programs 315MB

website
http://tmxxine.com/tmx/

What is Linux Tmxxine?
Linux Tmxxine is a complete [Puppy 3.01 compatible puplet 315 MB Linux desktop distro that runs very fast in RAM
Based on Puppy 3.01 FINAL
Ezpup 3 - XP and Vista style themes with text to speech capacity
Mtpaint 3.11
Mut as default mounting software
Improved online programs support using http://tmxxine.com/g/ Glint homepage
Open Office 2.0.3 - software Suite built in
Extra Graphics software - Xara LX, Gimp, Scribus DTP, POVRay, Blender etc all built in

What is the recommended hardware?
I am running on a 1200mz Duron with 64 MB Geforce Graphics
If you want the Puppy speed - you need memory as this includes
BIG programs such as OpenOffice
512 MB memory and above
CD ROM (no hard drive required)
Storage/Backup on Web, Hard Drive, USB, CD, DVD etc

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PostPosted: Tue 09 Oct 2007, 03:46    Post subject:  

Lobster, so you managed to remaster the CD! The script was broken, and I have just fixed it -- see blog.
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PostPosted: Tue 09 Oct 2007, 04:32    Post subject:  

Very Happy
You can't keep a good dog down.
Thanks for fixing the script. I used Dougals script but chose the 'simple' method - really very pleased you have added 'create ISO' . . .

I had a lot of trouble creating Prism - finally had to issue an older version where the compiling worked.

Really I should use unleashed but this remaster method is quick clean and easy . . . and now for 3.01 it seems will also work . . .
Smile

There is another remaster of Puppy 3.00 called 'Fire Hydrant'

Smile

And now for something completely different: At the moment it seems some Puppys are involved in (or being accused of) issuing death threats for a bad review that does not even exist.Rolling Eyes I nearly fell off my seaweed laughing. I thought I was crazy. Embarassed

As usual I don't have the good sense to avoid the comments section on Distrowatch were the saga continues . . .
Do we take such nonsense seriously or just continue playing with Puppy OS . . .

woof woof

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PostPosted: Tue 09 Oct 2007, 05:19    Post subject:  

Lobster wrote:
And now for something completely different: At the moment it seems some Puppys are involved in (or being accused of) issuing death threats for a bad review that does not even exist.Rolling Eyes I nearly fell off my seaweed laughing. I thought I was crazy. Embarassed

As usual I don't have the good sense to avoid the comments section on Distrowatch were the saga continues . . .
Do we take such nonsense seriously or just continue paying with Puppy OS . . .

woof woof

I presume you meant "playing with Puppy OS..." Razz

Look, the DWW Comments section is just a bunch of jerks being jerks ie jerking each other's chains! Call the FBI? Yeah, like they've got nothing better to do! Sheesh! Ms Martin would be well pleased with the publicity she's receiving from her original "opinion". Please, please, let it DIE! Oops! Was that a death threat? Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Tue 09 Oct 2007, 06:42    Post subject:  

WhoDo wrote:

I presume you meant "playing with Puppy OS..." Razz


Embarassed Yes! Corrected

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PostPosted: Mon 15 Oct 2007, 08:58    Post subject: Puppy 3.01 Final + Ezpup3 + Open Office + Graphics programs  

====Linux Tmxxine 3.01====
http://www.puppylinux.ca/lobster/

md5sum tmxxine-301.iso
8612fe44654a56282017b1f367ac1f2c

Puppy 3.01 Final + Ezpup3 + Open Office + Graphics programs 315MB


What is Linux Tmxxine?
Linux Tmxxine is a complete [Puppy 3.01 compatible puplet 315 MB Linux desktop distro that runs very fast
Based on Puppy 3.01 FINAL
Ezpup 3 - XP and Vista style themes with text to speech capacity
Mtpaint 3.11
Mut as default mounting software
Improved online programs support using http://tmxxine.com/g/ Glint homepage
Open Office 2.0.3 - software Suite built in
Extra Graphics software - Xara LX, Gimp Shop, Scribus DTP, POVRay, Blender etc all built in

What is the recommended hardware?
512 MB memory and above
3D Graphics card (will work without)
Min resolution of 1280x1024 on 17" or greater LCD (will work at lower res and CRT)
CD ROM (no hard drive required)
Storage/Backup on Web, Hard Drive, USB, CD, DVD etc
Wifi or Ethernet Broadband (will work with modem)

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PostPosted: Wed 17 Oct 2007, 13:10    Post subject: Difference between Prism3.iso and tmxxine-301.iso
Subject description: I'm confused
 

In your download directory, you have a tmxxine-301.iso at 322 megs, and a prism3.iso at 408 megs.

What's the difference between these two files?
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PostPosted: Wed 17 Oct 2007, 16:03    Post subject:  

Prism3 is based on Puppy3
Tmxxine 3.01 is based on Puppy 3.01

Cool

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PostPosted: Wed 17 Oct 2007, 16:14    Post subject: Prism vs. Tmxxine  

Thanks.
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