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sc0ttman


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PostPosted: Wed 14 Mar 2012, 19:45    Post subject: The 'spot' user
Subject description: newly improved..
 

Thanks for the info...
I am looking into it, but ext4 can wait for now...
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Updates for restricted user 'Spot' in Akita

Testers more than welcome, can stop me shooting in the dark!

I have decided that I want the browser and media player(s) to run reliably as 'Spot'.

It is very much a work in progress, here is the progress:

- Spot can run terminals, browsers, vlc, mocp, alsamixer, geany, rox, etc
- Spot cannot mount drives (this is what I want!)
- Spot has the home folder /root/Spot
- Spot cannot make changes in /usr/bin,/usr/sbin, etc
- Easily run any programs as Spot, from the menu
- Easily run as Spot from terminal, command: run_as_spot

I have created a .pet which should do most of the work for others:

- new user groups added: disk, audio, video, others
- users root and spot assigned to the new groups
- (files affected in /etc: sudoers, sudo.conf, shadow, groups, shadow, gshadow, passwd)
- many devices in /dev assigned new groups & permissions
- the above changes mean root and spot can access the devices
- users who do not belong to the correct group, cannot access the device

Known issues:

- sudo does not work, always reports '3 wrong passwords' or whatever :: EDIT :: past this error, onto another (see my next post)

- fstab and inittab are unchanged, likely not perfect

- pmount, partview, etc, do not show drives at all, or even crash
- haven't even tested mount, etc

- no bashrc, gtk settings or .config files in /root/Spot
- to get around this, you could copy stuff from /root to /root/spot
- then run `chown -R spot:spot *` in the /root/spot folder

- PLEASE HELP ME GET SUDO WORKING!
- to see what I mean, run `run_as_spot PupApps`

NOTE: This .pet will add a 'Run as Spot' menu entry to the top of your JWM menu.
Click on it to run the GUI, which is something like gexec...

EDIT: Attached version 0.2, which actually does what it is supposed to!
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Peterm321

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PostPosted: Thu 15 Mar 2012, 01:36    Post subject:  

sc0ttman wrote:
Thanks for the info...
I am looking into it, but ext4 can wait for now...


OK, then.

sc0ttman wrote:
- sudo does not work, always reports '3 wrong passwords' or whatever
...
- PLEASE HELP ME GET SUDO WORKING!
- to see what I mean, run `run_as_spot PupApps`


I can only add 2 cents worth as I am not using 'Akita'. When I downloaded your pet and ran run_as_spot on the command line the su command demanded a password. I thought spot didnt have one or would accept "spot" as a password but it didnt. I ended up deleting the password with "passwd -d spot" . After that, "./run_as_spot 'ps -ef ' and "./run_as_spot bash" then worked fine, ps -ef also indicated that these processes were being run under user spot. That is as far as I tested it.

As far as copying to spot's home directory in my experience a lot of config files work read only so you could symlink a lot of them rather than copy.

sudo, as opposed to su does not work on my system (no sudoers file - it all seems rather complicated to work out as well). I would have thought it would be quite simple to write a very short daemon that could read from a named pipe and execute commands from it, so for example echo -e "mount <parameters etc> \n" >/var/named_pipe could work from spot or better still just read the pipe, prepend "mount " to the line so only mount commands could be executed by the daemon.
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PostPosted: Thu 15 Mar 2012, 12:18    Post subject:  

'Run as Spot' update:

NOTE: I re-uploaded a fixed 'spot_update.pet' here (see my previous post in this thread).
...

Peterm321 wrote:
As far as copying to spot's home directory in my experience a lot of config files work read only so you could symlink a lot of them rather than copy.

I will have a play with that, and if secure, might symlink various things into the /root/spot dir..

And just to note, on Akita, I could run bash as spot without any problems,
without changing the passwords of any users...

Quote:
I would have thought it would be quite simple to write a very short daemon that could read from a named pipe and execute commands from it, so for example echo -e "mount &lt;parameters etc> \n" >/var/named_pipe could work from spot or better still just read the pipe...

Have to get my head round this a bit, I'm sure it's simple enough, but would prefer to get sudo working in Akita, the same as 'fido' works in Racy, Slacko, etc... Mainly because lots of apps already have 'that sudo line' in there to run 'askpass', if root privileges are required...

EDIT: now past Sudo error mentioned in my previous post...
...moving onto a whole new set of sudo errors!


I can get past the '3 wrong passwords entered' error by running:
Code:
echo spot: | chpasswd


But then, in any script which contains the root login requirement snippet (which runs /usr/sbin/askpass):

Code:
[ "`whoami`" != "root" ] && exec sudo -A ${0} ${@}


I simply get the following errors:

Code:
# whoami
spot
# /usr/bin/vlc-gtk
gtkdialog: error while loading shared libraries: libxcb-xlib.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
#
# PupApps
gtkdialog4: error while loading shared libraries: libxcb-xlib.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
#


If I remove the
Code:
[ "`whoami`" != "root" ] && exec sudo -A ${0} ${@}
then I can run stuff as 'spot' just fine:

Code:
# whoami
spot
# vlc-gtk


Any ideas why the sudo line trying to run askpass would prevent libs being found?

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PostPosted: Sun 18 Mar 2012, 12:05    Post subject: sudo and spot  

I have a spot_update-0.5.pet (attached below), which is nearly finished:

NOTE, the user 'spot' now has the password 'heel'.
Other changes include fixed permissions and busybox.conf setup..

(I will be updating to Racys busybox in next Akita)

I can do almost all that I want, such as running askpass,
when using spot, so things can be run as root, if need be.

To get around the missing libs problem I mentioned in the previous post,
I had to re-compile sudo with(out) various options and try again...

Here is the configure line I used to build sudo:

Code:
# ./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var --build=i486-pc-linux-gnu --enable-shared --without-pam --without-insults --with-askpass=/usr/sbin/askpass --without-sendmail --without-AFS --without-DCE --without-logincap --without-bsdauth --without-project --without-lecture --without-aixauth --without-libvas


However, when askpass runs, it tells users to enter the admin (root) password (which is 'woofwoof'),
BUT, I have to enter spots password to load up the app!!


I thought with sudo, you had to enter the ROOT users password, in order to run anything as ROOT!!!

But I must always enter spots password, which is 'heel',
or I cannot get passed 'askpass ' to run the program I chose..

Is this normal?!?! What am I doing wrong?
Why doesn't sudo want the ROOT (admin) password?


..Or am I being thick? I think I might be being thick...
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PostPosted: Sun 18 Mar 2012, 17:25    Post subject:  

Damn it, askpass only loads up if the devx is loaded!
Otherwise I get the missing libs errors I reported earlier...

And even if the devx is loaded, and askpass is running,
I still need to enter spots password, not roots password!

Hmmmm... Just unloaded the devx, askpass still runs... Rolling Eyes Twisted Evil Question

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PostPosted: Tue 20 Mar 2012, 09:36    Post subject: sudo user password  

Sudo always asks user password for example in Ubuntu or Archlinux. Root password is needed when you want to switch to root.
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PostPosted: Sun 25 Mar 2012, 14:02    Post subject:  

Scottman, I am running your first version of Akita (aka Puplite5) and want to find out why the Akita / VESA default video parameters work perfectly on a particular laptop, when no other puppies do.

If you have time I am addressing my problem here:

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=614682

Thx in advance
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666philb


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PostPosted: Wed 04 Apr 2012, 11:57    Post subject:  

hi sc0ttman

i ran across one of your posts on the forum, asking for a perl package in puppy that wasn't broken.
I myself had thought perl in puppy was broken, that is until 4 weeks ago when i discovered that it isn't.
Although puppy's perl is minimal, it's very easy to update and install missing stuff using CPAN, which is in the puppy devx.

type cpan into a console and see......

anyway, using this new found knowledge, i've got 'get_iplayer' working on akita (being in the uk you'll probably appreciate it Smile )

search isn't working, as it requires the terminal to be held open with '-hold' and akita's rxvt doesn't understand this.

anyway it requires mplayer from the ppm to stream
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PostPosted: Wed 04 Apr 2012, 17:06    Post subject:  

First, just to say I won't be on here much for a while... but wanted to say thanks for the iplayer thing!

I've been away from here because I had a burst appendix on monday, 2 weeks ago, which I realised too late (thur).. thought it was just a bad stomach ache... couldnt eat a thing for about 12 days straight, so i'm skinny as hell, but now out of hospital eating like a horse and loving it... early days yet, wound has to be left open due to infection, still need antibiotics, etc, etc - so I will be at home at lot for the next 3 weeks, nurses coming out each day... not hot ones either.. Sad
...................

Quote:
i've got 'get_iplayer' working on akita (being in the uk you'll probably appreciate it Smile )

Thanks for this!! Great timing for me!! Very Happy

666philb wrote:
Although puppy's perl is minimal, it's very easy to update and install missing stuff using CPAN, which is in the puppy devx.

It's on my to do list t o update PERL in akita to 5.10, basically stealing from a recent Wary... Hope that'll work... I will have to make sure it all matches up with Akitas latest devx, which is 99% wary 5.1.4..

Quote:
search isn't working, as it requires the terminal to be held open with '-hold' and akita's rxvt doesn't understand this.

mrxvt should have the -hold option... It's listed.. Hmmm... by chance, I got urxvt installed at the mo, working fine..
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Am testing it all now, with urxvt and PERL 5.8 in main SFS, and PERL 5.10 in devx (I know, this needs fixing, on my list, as I said)...

Have downloaded the latest 'Apprentice', worked perfect, waiting for my gf to get in so we can watch it together... Very Happy THANKS, much appreciated at the moment, as I say...
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BTW, I would love some guidance on using PERL, although I've seen cpan is easy as pie.. If cpan is not too big, I'd like it in the main SFS...

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PostPosted: Wed 04 Apr 2012, 23:54    Post subject:  

Sorry to hear about your appendix going POP! cuz that always sucks Crying or Very sad

I hope you have a speedy recovery.

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PostPosted: Thu 05 Apr 2012, 08:51    Post subject: Get Well  

Hi Scott, sorry to hear about your appendix. Hope you have a speedy recovery, and maybe a change of nurses Wink Thanks, Rob
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PostPosted: Sat 07 Apr 2012, 12:40    Post subject:  

hi sc0ttman,

sorry to hear about your appendix, hope you get better soon.

Quote:
BTW, I would love some guidance on using PERL, although I've seen cpan is easy as pie.. If cpan is not too big, I'd like it in the main SFS...

should be easy enough to put cpan in the main sfs.... i don't think it's very big. As for guidance, the best thing to do is play around with cpan. http://www.cpan.org/

here's another perl app i've managed to get working, the Wary version works on akita, with perl-tiny and mplayer installed from the wary repo in the PPM..... http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=76835

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PostPosted: Tue 10 Apr 2012, 00:30    Post subject:  

Hope you're doing better, sc0ttman. Time, as they say, heals all things... I hope you are not an exception to this Wink

As I type this, I'm installing Puplite 5 on my 2nd thin client... really a nice piece of work, that Puplite. Someday I'll figure out how you manage to make it so small and still include everything but the kitchen sink, but until then it will remain a mystery to me.

For now, as one would command a sick Puppy: HEAL! Wink

...actually, on that note... a friend of mine has what he and I call the "oxygen principle": when you board an airplane and they give you those boring yet important safety instructions, they mention one thing that sounds counterintuitive: if traveling with a child (or children) always put the oxygen mask on yourself first, then the kid(s). The moral: take care of yourself, first -- if you don't, you can't really take care of anyone else.

So take care of yourself, well. We will be here when you get back.

Cool

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PostPosted: Tue 10 Apr 2012, 04:45    Post subject:  

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Doctor: Sir, I am sorry to tell you that you have acute appendicitis.

Patient: Dammit doc, I don't care how cute it is, please take it out!
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PostPosted: Tue 10 Apr 2012, 12:59    Post subject:  Akita Linux, beta 8
Subject description: April 10th 2012 (2012-04-10)
 

Hello, I'm doing alright, thanks everyone... had to go back to hospital the other day, had a bad 24 hours, but still generally on the mend... got another 2 weeks off work at least tho, still taking it easy... Had some time on my hands, so....
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Akita Linux Beta 8

Download the ISO: akita-linux-beta8.iso

size: 91mb, md5: 1f4a1c642ac4a3b0042fd7e915e9cdd9

Download the devx: akita_devx-b8.sfs (110mb, sfs3)

Akita is binary compatible with Wary 5.1.x, using the Wary5OLD repo.
Akita also has its own repo. Packages from dpup should mostly be OK too..

But remember, Akita Linux is (for now) still using sfs3,
with kernel 2.6.25.16, just like puppy 4.1, 4.2 and 4.2.1.

But it is really up to date in many ways...
If you haven't tried Akita, give it a go, you might like it!

Summary of changes in Beta 8:

- many fixes and updates 'under the hood'
- updated to latest scripts in Woof2, over 50 updated scripts
- very latest PupControl, PupApps, Firstrun, PupSaveConfig, sfs_load, pburn, etc
- many fixes, updates and tools to make user 'spot' work correctly/easily
- many new apps and fixed pkgs in Akita repo and PPM
- many more ROX right click options
- many other fixes and small updates

To Do:

- add dpups QT, plus lots of QT apps to repo
- updates in woofy (kernel change, choose WM, remove builtins, repo dwnlds)
- more i18n and language packs
- pxe booting and underdog linux
- clean up momanager and sss stuff (some of it not applicable)
- fix puppyinstaller!!
- update default settings in PupApps and PupControl
- fix video_wizard/opengl installer to work in akita
- updates and fixes in the init script, inside initrd.gz

Also
- at *some* point.. maybe.. if anyone is interested...
- update ffmpeg to 0.8, recompile vlc with more features, update vlc-gtk accordingly

Changelog - all changes made after beta 7

Code:
Feb 25
- fixes for xfce in /usr/bin/wmexit
- fixes in /usr/sbin/wmswitcher: sync with /usr/bin/restartwm - now using restartx

Feb 26
- updated to pburn 3.5.0 + NLS
- updated to ptiming-0.8
- fixes in /usr/sbin/restartwm,akita_shutdown, /usr/bin/wmswitcher,jwm_menu_create:
      - reverted 'restartx' stuff in restartwm (changes from Feb 25)
      - restartwm once again restarts X by default (if called as 'restartwm')
      - restartwm will restart only the WM, (if called as 'restartwmonly')
      - updated 'akita_shutdown' & 'wmswitcher', sync with changes in restartwm
- fixes in 'jwm_menu_create': translations moved to /usr/share/locale/*/*/jwm_menu_create.locale

Feb 27:
- added /usr/bin/fbi (v2.09): console image viewer
- updated elinks options to use fbi or viewnior to show images
- added 'Extract .pet' as a ROX right-click option

Feb 28
- fixes in /usr/lib/ and /usr/X11R7/lib/:
      - many libs updated to (or replaced with) wary5141 versions, in /usr/lib and /usr/X11R7/lib/
      - added some missing wary libs
      - removed and replaced some non-wary libs in above dirs
      - removed many unneeded symlinks from /usr/lib, except libfontconfig.so.1
      - moved some libs from /usr/lib/ to /usr/X11R7/lib/

March 02, 2012
- fixed fonts settings, broken on Feb 28th: re-compiled fontconfig 2.7.3
      - now in /usr/bin, /usr/lib/
      - relative symlinks replace the previous libs in /usr/X11R7/

March 04
- added Opera to akita repo and PPM: opera-11.01.1190-i386-akita.pet (9mb)
- updated browser-installer, uses new Opera pkg in akita repo   

March 06
- added ROX right-click option: 'Add to Deadbeef playlist', for many audio MIME types
- updated to alsa-lib-1.0.23-w5
- added to repo and PPM: conky-1.8.1-akita (158kb), liblua-5.1.4_i386 (80kb)
- using new devx: akita_devx-b8.sfs, 110mb, 8c8a273c052e7044728f822c8ab75648
      - converted wary-5.1.4.1 devx to sfs3
      - added akitas fontconfig, alsa DEV pkgs
      - added latest /usr/sbin/momanager
      - added /usr/bin/new2dir
- updated system fonts:
      - removed unneeded DejaVu styles (saves ~1mb)
      - corrected setup of dirs, font.scale files, etc

March 07
- added to akita repo conky-1.8.1 and liblua-5.1.4
- more stuff added to ~/my-documents/quick-tips
- fixes in Psync, stops keyboard freeze at end of script
- updated xarchiver, now also supports xz archives
- updated run action for xz archives to 'pupzip'
- fix in /usr/sbin/alsawizard: fixed rxvt geometry
- added /usr/bin/at
- updated to pburn 1.5.1
- added alsa_utils NLS: DE, RU only
- updated to baconrecorder-2.5, quicklaunch-2.1

March 10
- fixed svn in devx (the fix is in mainfs): symlink libdb-4.7.so points to libdb-4.2.so
- added 'Run as Spot' ROX right-click option
- added run actions for .lzma archives and .ico files
- fixed "cave_story-1.2-akita" in PPM: added better wrapper, config editor, new config
- added to Akita Repo and PPM:
      - assaultcube-1104-akita
      - assaultcube_reloaded-240-akita
      - codeblock_wx-i486-akita
      - eDuke-1.4.0-i486-akita
      - epic_inventor-i486-akita
      - freeciv-2.3.1-i486
      - freeciv_DEV-2.3.1-i486
      - freeciv_NLS-2.3.1-i486
      - seven_kingdoms-2.14.3-akita
      - teamviewer-6
      - zombiegrinder-323-akita

March 11
- added "Refresh" button to /usr/local/petuninstaller/Installed_pkg_chooser.sh
- added to Akita Repo: supertuxcart-0.6.2-i386-akita, 103MB

March 12
- added XDG standard 'NoDisplay' to jwm_menu_create
- updated 'VLC-gtk' menu entry
- removed symlink /usr/local/share/applications, replaced with empty folder
- added 'Run as Spot'
  - GUI version in Menu->Utilities->Utilities
  - CLI usage: run_as_spot "your command"
- updated owner permissions of /root/spot

March 13
- updated file permissions for many files/dirs in /dev, /tmp, /usr/bin, /usr/sbin
- added another tty to system.. see /etc/inittab
- small fixes for 'spot', in browser-installer and pup-advert-blocker
- updated 'Run as Spot' GUI to 0.2, small fixes, faster
- more akita help files in ~/my-documents
- updated freeciv-2.3.1-akita in PPM: fixed permissions of spot folder and its contents

April 4
- updated to busybox v1.19.3, plus some additions to replace missing applets
- updated to: Run-as-Spot-0.5, firstrun-2.0.9, gtkdialog-splash-20120321, pman-20120318, PupApps-1.8, PupClockSet-1.9, PupControl-2.0, sfs_load-1.4
- added exec 'akita_setup' and 'mousecheck' to ~/Startup/firstrun, moved sound check before akita_setup
- added PupMenu 1.0
- added many updates/fixes for user 'spot':
      - update to run_as_spot 0.4 GUI: more help info, small fixes
      - added sudo1.7.2, updated /etc/busybox.conf, group, gshadow, passwd, shadow, sudo.conf, sudoers
      - setup new groups in sudoers for better multi user support
      - changed ownership of many devices to new groups (sd* in drive group, audio devices in audio group, etc)
      - changed permissions of many file and folders to match correct groups/permissions
      - added askpass to login as root, if running as spot, plus sudo to root snippet (#110505) added to: 
            - startups, petget, loginmanager, initrd-editor.sh, browser-installer, woofy, wizardwizard, puppyinstaller, pmount
- fixes in /usr/sbin/flash-get:
      - allow only 1 instance, fix permissions of stuff installed from adobe tarballs

April 5
- lots of fixes and updates in /sbin/pup_event_frontend_d
- removed call to extrasfsfind in ~/Startup/firstrun (was unmounting the /dev_ro2 pup drive!!)
- updated mousecheck to latest, hacked to show 1st warning at top, medium size font
      
April 7
- tons of updates to latest versions in Woof2:
      - /bin: df, mount, pupkill, umount, 
      - /etc: profile
      - /sbin: gtklogfileviewer, initNEW, keymap-set, load_consolefont, probedisk2, pup_event_frontend_d, runlevel, 
      - /usr/bin: gtkdialog-splash, pcur, po2mo, pup2pet, pupdialog, pupmessage,
      - /usr/sbin: bootflash, bootmanager, burniso2cd, burniso2cdTEST, calcfreespace.sh, cdburner-wizard, check_internet, cups_shell, edit-initramfs, delayedrun, download_file, eventmanager, filemnt, get_modem_alternate_device, hostname-set, icon_switcher_cli, lang2initrd, loginmanager, modemdisconnect, modemprobe, modemprobe_erase, modemprobe_help, modemtest, momanager, networkdisconnect, nouveau_unload, pcur, pdict, Pdisk, pgprs-shell, pmount, Pudd, pup-advert-blocker, pupdial_init_hotpluggable, savesession-dvd, securetelnetshell, sfsget, systemvalues, updatenetmoduleslist.sh, usb_modem_special_status, usb_modeswitch_status, video_upgrade_wizard, video-wizard, wakepup2, wirelesswizard, xdelta_gui, xgamma-gui, drive_all,
      - /usr/local: simple_network_setup/*, video_upgrade_wizard /*
- added custom fixes in gtkdialog-splash (show close icon), drive_all, pup_event_frontend_d
- added MIME types:
   applications_initramfs-gz
   application_vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet
   application_vnd.oasis.opendocument.text
   application_vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet
   application_vnd.palm
   application_vnd.scribus
   application_vnd.stardivision.writer
   application_vnd.sun.xml.writer
   text_x-bacon
   video_webm
- added the 1-click initrd edit thing from Barry K
- added my 'initrd-editor.sh' as ROX right click option for initrd.gz files

April 8
- updated opera-11.01.1190-i386-akita.pet:
      - added JS 'user scripts; folder, ~/.opera/js_scripts
      - added youtube download js addon to 'user scripts' folder
- updated to pupsaveconfig-2.1.2

April 9
- added to Akita repo and PPM:
      soulfu-1.5.2:                   14mb, excellent cartoon style RPG, needs OpenGL
      lugaru-rev269-akita:          33mb, fantastic 3D action games, needs OpenGL
      operarena-2006-akita:       18mb, online Quake FPS, great on low-end PCs, needs OpenGL
      tileracer-0.702-0-akita:       55mb, driving game, lots of jumps, loops, stunts, needs OpenGL
      capitalism_0.5.1-i486:       6mb, monopoly board game, online multiplayer
      nethack-3.4.3:                1.1mb, the famous dungeon game
      stormbaancoureur:          3.8mb, fun 3D driving physics sim
      dosbox-0.73-akita:             764k, DOS emulator
      epsxe-1.6-akita:                950k, PSX emulator, needs PSX BIOS
      flashplayer11-11.2.202.228
      flashplayer11-11.1.102.63
      flashplayer10-10.3.183.18
      flashplayer10-10.0.42.34
      flashplayer9_pretend10-20110327
- fixed many groups and permissions in /dev (mainly audio)

April 10
- updated to latest xorgwizard and xwin, in Woof2, plus some akita fixes
- updated to perl-5.10.1 (perl_tiny-5.10.1-w5)
- updated to pupsaveconfig-2.2, kept akita alsa stuff in rc.shutdown
- updated to sfs_load-1.9.1
- updated help docs in ~/my-documents
- added to Akita repo and PPM: 
      - get_player-2.80-akita (776k), gtk_youtube_viewer-2.04-akita (1736k)

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