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What is the best Puppy Version ever, LOL
2.14x
24%
 24%  [ 8 ]
2.14x
12%
 12%  [ 4 ]
2.14x
30%
 30%  [ 10 ]
Other: 2.14x only
33%
 33%  [ 11 ]
Total Votes : 33

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PostPosted: Mon 18 May 2009, 11:23    Post subject:  Classic Pup 2.14X -- Updated 2 series  

214x-Top10.0 ISO
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/214X-top10.iso <-- Iso
md5sum 62ca0cd3b88901f1c5f5cfca3ec662fc 214X-top10.iso

devx_214X-top10.0.pet
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/devx_214X-top10.0.pet
md5sum 25117006bcfe3809523c7ce3d1ad6121 devx_214X-top10.0.pet

WOW what a large update, first I recompiled and updated gcc, then I updated the following, so that 2.14x is back to having bleeding edge status, The gtk2 used is most current version newer than any other puppy Smile, The only issues know is fontconfig, it still works fine, just gives a bit of error report in xerrs, not bad for updating all this stuff. I'll look deeper into it for the next release Smile

atk-2.3.3
cairo-1.10.2
cbr-mime
fontconfig-2.8.0
gdk-pixbuf-2.21.7
gettext-0.15
gftp-2.0.19
glib-2.31.12
goggles-0.9.1
gtk+-2.24.8
hunspell-1.3.2
jpeg-7-i386
libffi-3.0.10
libvpx-v0.9.7
libXft-2.1.7
Net-Wiz-update-214X
numlockx-1.2
pango-1.29.5
pcre-8.21
pixman-0.24.2
xcomposite-0_3
http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=599261#599261


214x-Top9.0 ISO
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/214X-top9.iso
md5sum 73b263504a4b92dd174c73b6f6846d30

devx_214X-top9.0.pet
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/devx_214X-top9.0.pet
md5sum 3dc058cd6f69c09d4af38dd204642dc6

25 items were changed/added

I was going to change the gtk2 version to the latest but then I decide to go back 50 or so pages and do the updates, So the next version will have the latest gtk2. enjoy ttuuxxx

I updated to Fireox 6.02 and added the following which took many hours to perfect. Personally I think the layout is excellent for most users now.
-- Changed defualt homepage to a secure search engine ixquick
-- added mediaplayer connectivity now websites like www.2ue.com.au work
-- I was asked for some torrent search engines, so I added isohunt and kickass torrents to the drop down search
-- I also added Your dictionary, Scrogle and Ixquick to the drop down search area.
-- I then added to the personal toolbar the 2 web locations to get software for 2.14x since I was being asked on a regular bases where it could be found.
-- added youtube and Google as quick links also.
The gxineplugin was broken and so I recompiled and now its fixed
updated the network icons on the taskbar
Added Gxine-Maze-xscreensaver so now we have a screensaver, Smile
Added a new metacity/gtk2 theme called Idea that I found on softpedia, it was unfinished and dull so I made a wack of icons for it Smile
updated some mimes
updated to the latest libflashplayer 10.3.183.7 an extra 2 MB larger than the last one from a yr ago grrr.
updated gcc 4.3.4 with some missing c++ parts
updated sqlite-3.7.5
updated mrxvt-0.5.4
updated to clarfs puppyinstaller.zip
updated to mtPaint-3.34.67 (including the icon I changed )
added ThreadGet_214X
added transcoder84-a0dc78c-i386
added gtkdialog-r14
updated clarf_pnethood-0.6.8.1
fixed the typo in the logout menu from swift to jwm to switch to jwm Smile
added viewnior-1.0 as default image viewer because it displays animated Gif's
added Pawdioconverter-1.2
http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=563743#563743

214x-Top8.0 ISO
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/214X-top8.iso
MD5SUM 2fad755db0ee486ec83c141e1b9435ae 214X-top8.iso

DEVX
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/devx_214X-top8.0.pet
MD5SUM e4989d90ba56a24f01f247525d8d85ee devx_214X-top8.0.pet

Ok This one took a bit of patience and effort to put together, I updated and added a few libs so that I could use a newer ffmpeg the reason why is so that 2.14X could play mp4 movies, and as a added bonus flv videos work on gxine and also mkv(matroska) video formats now also work, no need to hunt for another player like vlc or mplayer, gxine now plays just about everything fullscreen. Smile but it did add a few extra MB even after I removed x264 bin and saved 889kb. But the extra gain does outweigh the extra file size.
2.14X was always my main pick for my multimedia pc that I play movies on my 40" lcd tv but it was lacking mp4 so for a short time I used micko's slackware pup, now that it plays mp4 just fine, 2.14X is back in the front seat again Smile yahooooo

what was changed/added
Updated Firefox from 4 to 6, hacked the plugins so that they can use version 6
/etc/rc.d/rc.network <-- replaced with older version from top6
/etc/network-wizard <-- removed new files and folder
/usr/sbin/wag-profiles.sh <-- replaced with older version from top6
replaced od&pr coreutils-8.12
updated facc to faac-1.28
updated faad to faad2-2.7
updated ffmpeg to ffmpeg-export-2010-01-16
updated lame to lame-3.98.4
added new lib for ffmpeg x264-snapshot-20110628-2245 to 2.14X
updated lib-xine to xine-lib-1.1.19
added new lib for ffmpeg xvidcore-1.3.2
added new lib for ffmpeg yasm-1.0.1
removed metacity keybindings
added Gplanarity game (56kb pet)
added Xgalaga (36 KB pet)
removed x264 bin 889kb not needed for ffmpeg only the lib is needed.

ttuuxxx
PS I'll add a new devX soon




214x-Top7.0

Iso - md5 dd0ca5849f5a971b9c5acfe78f8c5627 214X-top7.iso
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/214X-top7.iso

Devx md5 8a23d55e665b6da6ae600464636734fe devx_214X-top7.0.pet
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/devx_214X-top7.0.pet

Well This time around I compiled the same Gcc as Wary and used the same patches. So we are one step closer with Barry's latest Smile Same Glibc & Gcc in Wary.
These are the updates, oh ya I was going to call it Top6.3 but the last minute I changed it to Top7.0 because of the new Gcc.

@@@Updates@@@
updated gcc to 4.3.4 in iso/devx and now also include gfortran in the devx
added gmp,mpfr to devx
fixed missing link for Transmission
fixed evince with libstdc++.so.6.0.10 update supplied by gcc in the iso
updated evince so that svg images,comics,tiff and impress documents will display
fixed gettext, should compile even better now.
Added You2pup
Added FireWallState
fixed Rebuild-Iso-Image.sh now it adds the log.16 and f3 to the iso



214x-Top6.2
<<<<<<<<<<<< UPDATE PLEASE INSTALL >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
I've noticed firefox was running a bit unstable and sluggish, For some reason it couldn't find the libs in /usr/X11R7/lib so here's a bit over 100 system links, once installed, all runs well. Very Happy
http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?mode=attach&id=39021
ttuuxxx

214x release
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/214X-top6.2.iso
md5sum 5ff37e1e30c6fe6d28ea192672490b7d 214X-top6.2.iso

Updated DEVX
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/devx_top6-2_214.sfs <-- sfs
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/devx_214X-top6.2.pet <-- pet
md5sum dd2b1ec0221aa66f2bcc1f6f156ad388 devx_214X-top6.2.pet

This release took days to troubleshoot to get the devx properly sorted, well I hope so Smile Please give the iso and DevX a good testing and report any differences between releases asap, So fixes can be looked at and fixed.
Thanks
ttuuxxx

New Splash image at boot Smile
added /root/Startup/settime which automtically sets your time, a little script that I "borrowed" from 5.2 Smile
added the latest Firefox 4.0
added alsa as default output on bmp
updated transmission to the latest and now has audio for finished downloads thanks to libcanberra the sound is "Ok Ok"
added trasmission to mailcap
@@Updated The DEVX@@ well what a pain getting the newer glibc dev files to work, Finally I think I have it Smile
Devx
added glibc_DEV-2.10.1-1
removed a lot of older 2006 files that were replaced since, cleanup the devx in other words.
updated libevent static
added libcanberra dev files



214x-Top6.1
214x release
http://www.smokey01.com/ttuuxxx/2.14X/iso-sfs/214X-top6.1.iso
md5 sum 052c88ce4c80e0c1b898cf3e8206724f 214X-top6.1.iso

For some time I've been wanting it to have the internet autostart, well yesterday bigbass told me about an updated s
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PostPosted: Mon 18 May 2009, 12:00    Post subject:  

Jeff

I built click on sfs / iso /2fs /3fs/lzm support on slackware 12.1 with ROX
doing on puppy will be much easier

for the time being I made two simple drag and drop scripts for mounting and umounting sfs so you could build easier to get started


the petget problem there is the fixed petget

but you would have to apply the patch instead to the version of petget your
version uses

I made an xvesa GUI with some more video options along time ago use it with vesion 216 xvesa
maybe the newer xvesa GUI would work too I havent tried

the links

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?search_id=2092441802&t=25563


http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?search_id=1570051046&t=23633


two drag n drop scripts to make sfs mounting for the time being on older puppy versions


there is a app called xfilemount you would have to setup / tweek depending on
your version that would give full click mounting


call it mount_tool
Code:

#!/bin/sh
#simple drag and drop mounting  tool for .sfs files
#just drag and drop sfs files on this script
#they will get mounted with the correct name
#at /mnt
#script by Joe Arose ...big_bass



#SFS
if echo `basename "$1" ` | grep -q '.sfs$'; then
                  mkdir -p /mnt/`basename $1`
mount -t squashfs -o loop,ro  $1 /mnt/`basename $1`
cd /mnt/`basename $1`
 rox -d /mnt/`basename $1`   
             
             
#EXT2             
elif echo `basename "$1" ` | grep -q '.2fs$'; then
                  mkdir -p /mnt/`basename $1`
mount -t ext2 -o loop,ro  $1 /mnt/`basename $1`
cd /mnt/`basename $1`
 rox -d /mnt/`basename $1`   
                
#EXT3             
elif echo `basename "$1" ` | grep -q '.3fs$'; then
                  mkdir -p /mnt/`basename $1`
mount -t ext3 -o loop,ro  $1 /mnt/`basename $1`
cd /mnt/`basename $1`
 rox -d /mnt/`basename $1`   
                         

#ISO             
elif echo `basename "$1" ` | grep -q '.iso$'; then
                  mkdir -p /mnt/`basename $1`
mount -t iso9600 -o loop,ro  $1 /mnt/`basename $1`
cd /mnt/`basename $1`
 rox -d /mnt/`basename $1`   
              fi                          



call this unmount_tool
Code:

#!/bin/sh
#simple drag and drop unmounting  tool for puppy files
#just drag and drop sfs files on this script
#the will get mounted with the correct name then unmounted
#at /mnt
#script by Joe Arose ...big_bass


mkdir -p /mnt/`basename $@`
umount /mnt/`basename $@`
rmdir /mnt/`basename $@`





Joe

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 00:15    Post subject:  

Thanks bigbass I'll give it a shot Smile
Also managed to get seamonkey compiled on it Smile The latest release, what a ordeal that was, I was getting a error about pango font thing and so I must of recompiled pango, pangomm, glib, glibmm, gtk, gtkmm about 10 times, lol and finally I went and did a search like 5 different ways and guess what? lol Barry when he made this 2 series release the Seamonkeey which was in it had a bug, and Barry went to mozilla forum where I found his old post about the issues at hand and all he did was comment out some lines to overlook the bug, anyways when I was trying the latest seamonkey I noticed it was piggybacking off of the old series and thats whit it was finding the bug,lol I delete the old Seamonkey and boom the new one fired straight up, So there was nothing wrong with the compiled libs at all, what a waste of time, but I learn something along the way, when In doubt go straight to google Wink
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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 02:44    Post subject: Updating 2 series  

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Plus I wouldn't mind some eeepc sizes, what ever they are.


Almost all of the netbooks that I am aware of use 1024x600 screen resolutions, although I believe there are a few netbooks running distributions that will accept a scrolling 1024x768 screen (that allows access to the bottom of browser pop ups).

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 04:49    Post subject: Re: Upadting 2 series  

ttuuxxx wrote:
There's been a lot of talk about updating a older version of puppy, well I started today, I'm not saying which one until its done, hahahaha

You're certainly productive ttuuxxx Razz

BTW, which 2.xx kernel are you using ?

Testing your puplet will be another one of my many projects Wink

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 05:44    Post subject:  

@big-bass
Nice work. At least when a sfs is mounted it is seen by the dot in rox.
For ease of operation, I added the mount_sfs in the customized menu.

However unmounting is a problem.

1 - the unmount in rox on right-click.
The unmount is done, but the empty directory stays with a normal directory icon.
This is nothing new as, as far as I recall, this has always been like this.

2 - your unmount_sfs
The unmount is done, but the empty directory stays, but still with the dot on it.

So you could add extra comfort to the whole operation by adding a delete in the unmount_sfs when the unmount is done.

EDIT
These scripts are only valid for type 3 sfs files, so don't work in Woof.

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 06:01    Post subject:  

@ttuuxxx,
Don't be frustrated, you do a lot of development for puppy, which is much appreciated.
Maybe I should be ashamed as I hadn't realized you issued upup applications.
There are so many application presented scattered all over the forum, that it isn't easy to follow.
Also I did take the habit in Woof to use the search function in the Puppy Package Manager.

Nevertheless I think your initiative is worthwhile and I wonder if you couldn't ask to a moderator to add another forum next to the BUGS 5.x devs and the Usability Issues 5.x dev ones.
This way there is more focus on the Woof happening.

BTW Upadting 2 series I can't imaging you did drink too much Orval beer. Wink

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 06:29    Post subject:  

Béèm wrote:
@ttuuxxx,
Don't be frustrated, you do a lot of development for puppy.
Maybe I should be ashamed as I hadn't realized you issued upup applications.
There are so many application presented scattered all over the forum, that it isn't easy to follow.
Also I did take the habit in Woof to use the search function in the Puppy Package Manager.

Nevertheless I think your initiative is worthwhile and I wonder if you couldn't ask to a moderator to add another forum next to the BUGS 5.x devs and the Usability Issues 5.x dev ones.
This way there is more focus on the Woof happening.

BTW Updating 2 series I can't imaging you did drink too much Orval beer. Wink

I missed spelled that work because it was like a 16hr day min working on this and it was like 5 am when I posted it, I was dead tired. So I didn't notice until you pointed it out, lol I try to be initiative, like the tabbed pet package manager, I find its way more user friendly, not so much text in your face straight away. Also I really like the Gnome Mplayer, thats a great little media player. I think it should replace Gxine, since fullscreen works, play list for m3u etc.
ttuuxxx

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 07:40    Post subject:  

Ttuuxxx, I imagined something like this, but please take care of yourself and your family first.

Now for the the upup application business, as I am more in Woof now then in 4.x I am willing to do some testing.

If you want me to do something, please give me the references where I can find those upup applications.

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 08:02    Post subject: welcome  

That's welcome news. Puppy 2.17 has kernel new enough to run dual cores. However, versions 2.13-2.16 support net-booting (humongous initrd).
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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 14:57    Post subject:  

Béèm wrote:
Ttuuxxx, I imagined something like this, but please take care of yourself and your family first.

Now for the the upup application business, as I am more in Woof now then in 4.x I am willing to do some testing.

If you want me to do something, please give me the references where I can find those upup applications.


Hi Beem the Upup software thread is at http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=41937
thanks Smile for your help
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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 15:51    Post subject:  

Béèm

I edited and updated the above script to remove the folder
and I added 2fs /3fs / iso

this was suppose to be just a quick fix Very Happy

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 16:06    Post subject:  

ttuuxxx wrote:
Béèm wrote:
Ttuuxxx, I imagined something like this, but please take care of yourself and your family first.

Now for the the upup application business, as I am more in Woof now then in 4.x I am willing to do some testing.

If you want me to do something, please give me the references where I can find those upup applications.


Hi Beem the Upup software thread is at http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=41937
thanks Smile for your help
ttuuxxx
Embarassed
Forgot about that one. Unforgivable as I even posted in there.
I'll see what I can do.

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 16:14    Post subject:  

big_bass wrote:
Béèm

I edited and updated the above script to remove the folder
and I added 2fs /3fs / iso

this was suppose to be just a quick fix Very Happy
Thanks.
It works now with the type 4 sfs in upup I tested with before.
Now I tried with a type 3 sfs in upup and should get a message like: failed to mount. I know I probably am a PITA. Wink

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PostPosted: Tue 19 May 2009, 16:17    Post subject: UDF file system.  

Ttuuxxx,
If you are looking for 'work' support for the UDF file system would be more then welcome. Cool

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