you need to download the dev_xxx.sfs (xxx is the version number) file for your verison of puppy (should be 3.00 for wNOP) and copy it to /mnt/home and reboot now after rebooting you will fine that a c++ development environment has been added automatically to your system
so use it you need to open a command propmt (the terminal from now on) and cd to the directory where your code to compile is...
like this cd /root/directory replace /root/directory with the path to your source code folder...
after you cd (change directory) to the the source directory type
./configue and press enter
then make enter
then make install enter
that will hopefully install the program
when ussing the terminal you can press tab to auto complete some paths and commands..... _________________ Taking Puppy Linux to the limit of perfection. meanwhile try "puppy pfix=duct_tape" kernel parem eater.
BeOS Max-Vectorgamma: Tyan thund 2 512 ram 2x PII 300
Vectorsigma (laptop): Gentoo Athlon II X2 2Ghz 4Gb ram radeon 4200 mesa-git
and ati's instructions:
Automatic Driver Installation Option
To install the ATI Proprietary Linux driver using the Automatic option, follow these steps:
Launch the Terminal Application/Window and navigate to the ATI Proprietary Linux driver download.
Enter the command ati-driver-installer-7-11-x86.x86_64.run to launch the ATI Proprietary Linux driver installer. The ATI Proprietary Linux Driver Setup dialog box is displayed.
I did a full install. I can't figure out how to install the squash file...or if it is even possible. There doesn't seem to be any /mnt/home directory. I placed the DEV squash file where I fond another squash file, but it doesn't get installed and the bootmanager complains that there is nothing in the Home directory
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