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futwerk

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PostPosted: Fri 20 Apr 2012, 21:43    Post subject:  

a couple of new saluki backgrounds.
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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 05:31    Post subject:  

saluki will write files to /mnt/k8GB even when my sdcard labeled k8GB is not inserted.
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roadkill13

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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 08:04    Post subject:  

I have installed Saluki 019 to my Acer Aspire One AOD255-2301.

I have been using it for several days now. Everything seems to work with the exception of the ENE Card Reader. I have transferred pictures and movies from a Sony digital camera and an IPAD2 successfully. I have downloaded and burned cd images with an Asus external usb cd/dvd-rw drive. The package manager has worked just fine. I am using the Opera web browser from the repository to post this message.

As for the card reader I had built a module from the preconfigured source code that I found on the Ubuntu Launch Pad some time ago. I had built the module for Ubuntu derivatives and then for Lucid puppy. I found that I could use the one I built for Lucid by copying the keucr.ko module to the appropriate folder even if the kernel was a different than the original 2.6.33.2 kernel used with Lucid.

However that has not worked with any of the 3.x kernels that I have tried. I have read that the source code is for systems using a 2.x kernel. I have thus far been unsuccessful in building the module for the card reader. So far I have been able to use work arounds. I also dual boot with Lucid 5.28 v5 which does work with the module that I built.

I also have installed and used a wireless HP Photosmart Printer with a previous save file.

This is a beautiful piece of work. I am enjoying it immensely. Thank you for the opportunity to test this operating system.

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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 11:55    Post subject:  

roadkill13 wrote:

I have been using it for several days now. Everything seems to work with the exception of the ENE Card Reader. I have transferred pictures and movies from a Sony digital camera and an IPAD2 successfully. I have downloaded and burned cd images with an Asus external usb cd/dvd-rw drive. The package manager has worked just fine. I am using the Opera web browser from the repository to post this message.

As for the card reader I had built a module from the preconfigured source code that I found on the Ubuntu Launch Pad some time ago. I had built the module for Ubuntu derivatives and then for Lucid puppy. I found that I could use the one I built for Lucid by copying the keucr.ko module to the appropriate folder even if the kernel was a different than the original 2.6.33.2 kernel used with Lucid.

However that has not worked with any of the 3.x kernels that I have tried. I have read that the source code is for systems using a 2.x kernel. I have thus far been unsuccessful in building the module for the card reader. So far I have been able to use work arounds. I also dual boot with Lucid 5.28 v5 which does work with the module that I built.

I also have installed and used a wireless HP Photosmart Printer with a previous save file.

This is a beautiful piece of work. I am enjoying it immensely. Thank you for the opportunity to test this operating system.


Keucr is already included with the 3.2 kernel. If it's not autoloading, you can force it to load using "Configure Kernel Modules" in the control panel. You'll probably want a new save file since the keucr you added is broken and will probably screw things up.
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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 12:51    Post subject:  

mavrothal wrote:
Out of curiosity, why init.d/fuse is in /sbin? Confused
leftover? magic?...


No idea. Barry made the package that way. I'll fix it and see if anything breaks.
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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 13:03    Post subject:  

gcmartin wrote:
Using a Live media Saluki19. I have tested the Custom Builder to completion where an adrive_lukixxx.sfs was created upon completion.

Scenario 1
The completion gives instructions on how to use the "adrive....sfs" for a "frugal" use..

Problem, (but not a bug)
  • How should the Custom Builder be used for creating an ISO once this "adrive....sfs" is saved, at any point in the future?
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Scenario 2
This is grey-area for me. There seems to be a discrepancy with what is a dependency and whether a needed library is a dependency. The Custom Builder pics below show that the Custom Builder on one hand is saying all is well, but if you ask it to verify "all is well" it comes back and says "all is NOT well!" ... ???

Problem
  • Can the Custom Builder resolve this problem without manual (external to the Custom Builder) research and intervention guess-work?
  • Since proper lib presence is key to proper subsystem/application operations, should the Custom Builder be stopping for these status messages... shouldn't it necessarily launch the check for missing libraries for all users without asking?
Note: Judging from the messages JRE-JAVA needs attention in Saluki as well as LIbreOffice. I am aware of the work of @Pemasu & @01Micko on latest LIbreOffice V3.50 if this will help in any way.


There's two kinds of dependencies - the one the packager specifies and can be resolved with the ppm, and dynamic lib deps that can be found with ldd (but can not be fixed with the ppm - must be fixed manually). Ideally, the packager specifies all the ldd deps in the package spec.

In the case of "portable" packages like jre and libre-office, which are not compiled on saluki, there can be missing libs like this but everything still works ok. It would not be correct to list kde and such as dependencies. The right course of action is probably to remove the libs with missing deps from the package. The reason you haven't seen these errors before is that nobody else is checking for them.

In any case, everything will be fine if you proceed after that error.
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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 14:34    Post subject:  

Saluki-020 has been released. Hopefully this will be the final RC.
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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 16:54    Post subject:  

'20' seems the best yet, lovely thanks.....


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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 17:31    Post subject:  

Code:
wget -4c http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/aarf/luki/luki-019.iso___luki-020.iso.delta
<5MB
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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 21:58    Post subject:  

Seems to be working pretty well here too......
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PostPosted: Sat 21 Apr 2012, 22:06    Post subject:  

Quote:
Keucr is already included with the 3.2 kernel. If it's not autoloading, you can force it to load using "Configure Kernel Modules" in the control panel. You'll probably want a new save file since the keucr you added is broken and will probably screw things up.


I did ditch the tainted save file. Thanks. I also found the keucr module in the boot manager via the control panel. I added that module and rebooted. It does not work at this time. The cards are not mounted in Saluki as they are in Lucid.

Sorry about the lengthy log posting above. I did this on the fly and did not realize I had managed to paste the whole thing into the post. I will take that out

I have been on the road these past few days and am quite fatigued. I probably should not be doing this now. Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Sun 22 Apr 2012, 00:41    Post subject:  

It's a long time coming, but I've been wanting to just give a bit of a rant on Saluki. (Engineer rant so it'll be in bullet points Wink ) Pertains to Saluki 19 and earlier, haven't downloaded 20 yet.

Like:

    - Like the different selection of programs XFCE based rather than the general Puppy "P" variety. There's nothing wrong with them, but it's nice for a change to try stuff that's being developed by the wider Linux community.

    - Much more modern themes to choose from.

    - Love that the PPM now has an option to download the package to keep, it actually makes the PPM useable for me, I swap Pupsaves so often and have a limited internet connection so downloading over and over again isn't an option for me. In the past I'd just go to the repository via web browser.

    - Sven is a fantastic touch. Just set your hotkeys, and for any WM, everything is set. Beautiful!

    - Repository is fantastic, I really like that I can just look up what I want instead of searching through the forum.

    - Real transparency... what can I say, eyecandy dream come true Wink Actually I like it how Saluki is eyecandy friendly.

    - Acceleration out of the box, awesome.


Like, but dodgy:
    - I like Xnoise, a media library that deals with video as well as audio. However it crashes if you drag media from Thunar.

    - Gnac would love it if it worked, but it crashes for me when converting flv to MP3 and pressing convert. Converting from flv to other formats seems to work fine.


I tried to record all my little thoughts on Saluki as I've used it in the last few months, but I'm sure there are other things I find great that I've forgotten about. Anyway, thought I'd just throw in some feedback into the fishpond. Thanks for Saluki Jemimah Smile

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PostPosted: Sun 22 Apr 2012, 03:04    Post subject:  

aarf wrote:
Code:
wget -4c http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/aarf/luki/luki-019.iso___luki-020.iso.delta
<5MB

thank you

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PostPosted: Sun 22 Apr 2012, 03:14    Post subject:  

jemimah wrote:
Saluki-020 has been released. Hopefully this will be the final RC.


Assuming devx 019 should be renamed 020?

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PostPosted: Sun 22 Apr 2012, 07:00    Post subject:  

v.20
Frisbee isn't picking up SiS190 NIC, nor SNS.
Safest default may be Dougal's? All the other variants seem to find SiS NICs.
Later:
Ah ha! That was a FULL upgrade from v.19. Cannot get sound to work at all now, not even with ALSA. It was working from the liveCD.
Will reinstall the entire edifice!
Even later:
Complete wipe & FULL install seems to have cleared issues, so advice is not to attempt upgrade.

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