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NDISWRAPPER in Puppy - PERL and Vim also working good :-)
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PostPosted: Wed 11 May 2005, 01:59    Post subject:  NDISWRAPPER in Puppy - PERL and Vim also working good :-)  

Hey

My 900k Perl package seems to run all of the scripts I threw at it.

INCLUDING - NdisWrapper Smile

Now, NdisWrapper doesn't like the default Puppy "cp", so I did have to edit the script to use "cp-FULL", but after that it works like a dream Wink

The modified version can be found on this message.

The 250k Vim and and 900k Perl can be found here :

http://www.murga.org/~puppy/viewtopic.php?t=53

NOTE - Vim cannot be extracted directly to /usr as it conflicts with the existing executable, please rename it to "vim" or something Wink

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PostPosted: Wed 11 May 2005, 08:57    Post subject: Thanks for Perljavascript:emoticon(':D')  

It's very useful to be able to set up ndiswrapper directly in puppy now. I had been using DSL 1.0.1 to set up the ndiswrapper and copying it across but this is much better. Running a NAT box with a foxconn (RT2500 chipset) wireless board and a Realtek 8100 eth0 on a 1.01 multisession puppy. Slick and sturdy!

Thanks again. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed 11 May 2005, 09:26    Post subject: Re: NDISWRAPPER in Puppy - PERL and Vim also working good :-  

JohnMurga wrote:

The 250k Vim and and 900k Perl can be found here :

http://www.murga.org/~puppy/viewtopic.php?t=53

NOTE - Vim cannot be extracted directly to /usr as it conflicts with the existing executable, please rename it to "vim" or something Wink

Cheers
JohnM


VIM is indeed working. Thank you very much. VIM complains that it can't find a terminal type "LInux" at startup. The cure for that is to change the line in /etc/profile that sets TERM=linux to TERM=ansi. That doesn't seem to affect anything else. As usual, your mileage may vary Wink

After extracting to a directory, before copying the files to the system, I changed the executable name to vim and redid the symlinks to point to vim instead of vi. I didn't want to clobber the vi built into BusyBox just on principle. In the default system, vi is a symlink in /bin that points to BusyBox. If you deleted that symlink, you could install directly from the new vim archive.

Well done, John.

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PostPosted: Tue 17 May 2005, 06:34    Post subject: Where is VIM and PERL?  

I followed that link but couldn't find the downloads for VIM or PERL? Am I looking in the wrong place?
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PostPosted: Tue 17 May 2005, 08:50    Post subject: Re: Where is VIM and PERL?  

Paul wrote:
I followed that link but couldn't find the downloads for VIM or PERL? Am I looking in the wrong place?


Try again. It works. Perl is an attachment with the first message and VIM with the second message.

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PostPosted: Mon 30 May 2005, 17:51    Post subject:  

John,

Your files worked finer for me! I have ndiswrapper up on your version, as well as the Mozilla version of 1.0.2.

I plan to add to my wiki page at some point, for reference. I would link to my own web page for the actual article. Is it OK if I reference your files in my how-to?

Or, if all prefer, I can do it all in wilki. I just don't know how many pages one can have on their personal wiki. I'm pretty new at wiki!

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