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Taavi

Joined: 10 Mar 2006
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Location: Suomi, Finland

PostPosted: Fri 18 Aug 2006, 05:19    Post_subject:  Suomi (any Finnish Puppyteers?)  

Just want to know is there other Puppy -users from Finland. Olisi hauska tietää ja vaikka pitää jonkinlaista yhteyttä. Eikö?
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MU


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Location: Karlsruhe, Germany

PostPosted: Fri 18 Aug 2006, 05:38    Post_subject:  

Ixi, gaxi, kolmen (or similar, 1 2 3), that't all I know Wink

I remember finland as veeery cold.
I was 17, when I hitchhiked to Torneo in winter.
It took half a year then, until I could take a warm bath without pain in my feet, that got damaged by the cold Rolling Eyes

But I really remember that trip with joy, the Tundra around Kautokeino, celebrating Sylvester with the Sameh people there was a real great experience Very Happy
Ok, that was norway, but from there I traveled to Torneo then, and took the bus back home.

Greets to the countries of the beautiful northern lights, Mark
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Wolfen


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PostPosted: Fri 18 Aug 2006, 06:52    Post_subject:  

Hei!
Yes, MU, Kautokeino is in the north of Norway. I didn't know that you had been in Norway? Anyways, it's great you like the lands here in north, I think Germany is a good place, too Wink
Have you visited other places in Norway? Our capital, Oslo, or Tromsø, also in the north?
And greetings to both Finland, Germany, and Australien (for making this great OS)

PS: Taavi, I think there are other Puppy-users from Suomi, at least Puppe. I haven't seen him much; I think he have posted two times, but he said he had a keybord from Finland.

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MU


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PostPosted: Fri 18 Aug 2006, 07:08    Post_subject:  

Oh yes, I was in Tromsø one week.
I was heading north as fast as possible, because I wanted to see the nuurlyssen (polar lights).

I arrived there just knowing about "tyske Peer" who should work in the planetarium.
Some Sameh told me, I should visit him, he certainly would be glad to see another german.
When I walked through the streets with my backpack, a car stopped asking what I was looking for. I talked about Peer, and that I looked for a place to build my tent.

He (called Tom, if I remember well) could not help me and drove away, but 10 minutes later he came back, and invited me to stay in the appartement of his cousine, who was at holyday Smile

He worked in a bar (maybe the only one in Tromsø Laughing ), as a doorkeeper.
His colegue Andreas invited me to go to Kautokeino with hm, as his uncle has the only hotel there.
So I never met tyske Peer, but stayed another week in Kautokeino, celebrating Sylvester in the hotel, where many Sameh met.
I was invited to eat rendeer-heart ragout, what was really excellent *mnjammnjam* Smile

From there I had to go back to school, so I visited no ther places.
After 2 very cold nights I finally arrived in Torneo, where I took the bus via sweden back home then.

I really loved the atmosphere at the polar circle.
In germany, winters are often rainy, so real snow is great.
And in the darkness (I saw no sun for 2 weeks Exclamation) the "colour-dots" are impressioning, like the candles on mainstations, or the blue/red/yellow clothes of the Sameh with the silver-jewelry.

I also was astonished, that norway had a quite active Jazzrock-scene at that time (23 years ago now). Like this music still today.

Mark
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Wolfen


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PostPosted: Fri 18 Aug 2006, 07:41    Post_subject:  

Yes, the polar lights is a great sight, I think you can see the from Mo i Rana, and further north. I remember one time the lights where so powerfull, that you could see them from Denmark, and surely from Germany too!
BTW, did you know that "tyske Peer" means "Deutch Peer"?
I have been in Germany only for a day, but I'm not that old, I'm gonna go there again.
Ein, zwei, drei, vier, fünf, sechs, sieben, acht, neun, zehn. See? I know a little Deutch! Ich bin Norwegen. Du bist Deutch.

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MU


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PostPosted: Fri 18 Aug 2006, 07:53    Post_subject:  

yes, tyske Peer = deutscher Peter.
Mo i Rana, there I spent a night in my tent Smile
Are you from the Bergen region then?

When you come to germany again, Hamburg will be on your way, as it is close to the danish border.
You can make a rest here if you like, I have a small room for guests. Very simple, but ok if you don't want to loose money for hotels. Smile

Mark
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Wolfen


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PostPosted: Fri 18 Aug 2006, 09:04    Post_subject:  

Well, it may be some years to, but thanks for asking Smile I'm not even 18.
No, I am a bit north of Bergen, more exactly in Bodø Wink

BTW, I was in Flensburg, so I haven't seen much of Germany.

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ahi

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PostPosted: Wed 30 Aug 2006, 07:19    Post_subject: Re: Suomi (any Finnish Puppyteers?)  

[quote="Taavi"]Just want to know is there other Puppy -users from Finland. Olisi hauska tietää ja vaikka pitää jonkinlaista yhteyttä. Eikö?[/quote]
Virittelen vanhoihin pc:hin uutta elämää PuppyLinuxilla.
Aivan mahtava käyttis. Pieni, mutta pippurinen!
Kokeilin jo tuota Puppymenu-translatoriakin, mutta suomennos on vielä vähän kesken..
Nyt olen 2 vko ulkomailla, joten homma on sen aikaa jäissä.
Ohessa fi.lng-file (tarkistakaa!), jos joku haluaa sillä välin suomentaa Puppy:n
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Taavi

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PostPosted: Thu 31 Aug 2006, 14:14    Post_subject: Tätä vähän odottelin  

että saisi välillä jutella ihan omalla kielelläkin Puppyn tiimoilta.

Taavi
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chubby

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PostPosted: Sun 17 Sep 2006, 05:50    Post_subject: päivää  

Päivää taavi!

Täällä on yksi puppyn suomalainen käyttäjä.
Puppy 2.02 minulla on asennettuna HP Compaq NX6125-läppäriin ja muuten pelaa mainiosti, mutta näppiksen kanssa on pienoista ongelmaa - osa näppäimistä ei toimi, tai toimii väärin. Esim. ät-merkki pitää tehdä 'leikkaa/liimaa'-periaatteella, kun puppy tulkitsee alt gr-napin enteriksi... Enkä kyllä ole enää uudestaan, sen sössittyäni, saanut tätä näytönohjaintakaan oikein pelaamaan. Onneksi on tuo VESA-ajuri... Very Happy Näiden ongelmien takia tänne rekisteröidyin ja oli ilo löytää täältä omaa kieltäni puhuvia ihmisolentoja. Mukava tavata.

-c

And same in english...
Good afternoon Taavi!

Here is on finnish puppy-user.
I have Puppy 2.02 installed on a HP Compaq NX6125 laptop and it's working well, besides a keyboard broblem - some of the keys works as supposed, some works, but wrongly or doesn't work at all. For example at -mark must be done with copy/paste, cause puppy thinks that 'alt gr' is 'enter'... And I haven't got my graphigs card working again after I fooled it around somehow. Luckily there is that VESA-driver... Very Happy These little broblems are the reason why I registered here and it was a pleasure to find someone speaking my language from here. Nice to meet you.

-c
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Taavi

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PostPosted: Fri 29 Sep 2006, 10:44    Post_subject:  

Heipsan,
lienenkö parisen vuotta Puppyn kanssa pelannut. Nyt olisin luopunut Windowsista kokonaan, mutta jouduin jättämään sen toiselle koneelle, kun toiminimeni kirjanpito-ohjelmaa ei saa linuxille.

Linuxin kanssa olen aivan aloittelija yhäkin, mutta Puppy on tosi helppo ja käyttäjäystävällinen. Alkaa siinäkin suhteessa olla W.a edellä. Eikä ole ollut minkäänlaista kaipuuta takaisin Windowskäyttäjäksi. Ei tarvitse kuin käydä vaimon kompuutterilla napsuttelemassa, siinä kun on yhä XP, on kovin iso ero siinä millä vauhdilla ohjelmat käynnistyvät jne. Ja olen minä toki siihenkin koneeseen itseäni varten Puppyn tökännyt.

Puppyn ympärillä touhuava porukka on äärimmäisen ystävällistä ja viitseliästä. Kaikkiin typeriinkin pulmiin olen saanut ratkaisun ja paristakin käyttämästäni ohjelmasta ovat tekaisseet dotpupin, hyvä kun olen ehtinyt pyytää.

Näppäimistön kanssa temppuilin itsekin. Nyt toimivat, kun tuli tuo country ocalisatiooni -juttu. Se tosin vaatii xorgin toimiakseen. Kannettavasta ei ole minulla kokemuksia. Mukavaa, että Puppylla on täällä muitakin käyttäjiä.

Englanninnan joskus ainakin osin.


Taavi
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hassuttelija

Joined: 02 Oct 2006
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Location: Vaasa, Finland

PostPosted: Tue 03 Oct 2006, 10:36    Post_subject:  

Hei vaan kaikille .. foorumin neitsyys menee tässä, ja muutenkin newbie koko linux maailmassa.
Koneena on wanha StinkPad 600 (233mhz 132mb 5.1gb) ja Puppy puhalsi siihen uuden elämän .. pyörittelin win2k tässä kunnes kyllästyin odottelemaan. Kone ollut vuosia kaapissa keräämässä pölyä. Aikasemmin yritin laittaa DSL:ia tähän mutta ei osannut ymmärtää näytön asetuksia ja lopulta annoin olla, Puppy on kyllä lunastanut lupauksensa kaikin puolin.
Ei ole kyllä winukkaan paluuta enää, sen verran hieno on. Vielä laitain Ubuntun tuohon päytäkoneeseen .. kun myrkkyä on kerran saatu niin..
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Taavi

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PostPosted: Fri 06 Oct 2006, 06:15    Post_subject:  

I guess is not very polite to discuss here onlu with finnish, but you know it's much easier than in english. It's fine there appears puppy users that are able to discuss with this beautiful language (as all languages are, of course). MU has a good start to finnish speaking ...yksi, kaksi kolme and there you go. And many thanks for you making usefull dotpups and helping us beginners. And greetings to Norway too, Wolfen. Only times I've been in norway are visites in Lappland. I have driven once from Näätämö till Utsjoki and once I have biked from Karigasniemi to Kautokeino and Hetta (Enontekiö). I don't remember exatly if I visited Norway when I participate a journey to Torsby and it's region (Finnskog) in Sweden. I lived previously in Rautalampi, from where in 1600's thousands of people moved to Finnskog area hoping to get better living. I guess that this region reach to Norway also. And as you read this, you must understand why I like to write in finnish for a change.

Mukavaa, että suomipuppyilijoita ilmaantuu lisää. Tervetuloa mukaan.

Taavi
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