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Q5sys


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PostPosted: Sat 03 Nov 2012, 11:10    Post subject: Cairo-Dock 3.1  

Can anyone build Cairo-Dock 3.1 for LHP?
I've tried, but Im getting a make error that I cant seem to track down.
I'd dig into it further today, but Ive got no time over the next few days.

Major thanks if someone can build it.

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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 01:35    Post subject: Bibletime  



BibleTime 2.9.1 PET


You must install these Depends(pets) first.

qt4-4.6.1.pet (fatdog64) 17MB
PET: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/qt4-4.6.1.pet
MD5: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/qt4-4.6.1.pet.md5

clucene-0.9.21b-x86_64.pet (fatdog64) 1MB
PET: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/clucene-0.9.21b-x86_64.pet
MD5: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/clucene-0.9.21b-x86_64.pet.md5

icu-4.8.1.1-x86_64.pet (meeki)
9MB
PET: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/icu-4.8.1.1-x86_64.pet
MD5: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/bibletime-2.9.1-x86_64.pet.md5

sword-1.6.2-x86_64.pet (meeki)
1.6MB
PET: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/sword-1.6.2-x86_64.pet
MD5: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/sword-1.6.2-x86_64.pet.md5

Now you can install Bibletime

bibletime-2.9.1-x86_64.pet (meeki) 16MB
PET: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/bibletime-2.9.1-x86_64.pet
MD5: http://lhpuppetsfs.puppytune.org/pet/bibletime-2.9.1-x86_64.pet.md5


Notes:

When you install Bibletime pet is says no menu entry. This could be a bug in my system but I found it in Start>Personal>Bibletime

I also Had to do some lib work on the start command under /usr/bin/bibletimestart this sets the lib to the opt folder for Qt and the icu libs. If you install a newer version of Qt you will need to mod the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the new location of the Libs.

enjoy

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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 17:25    Post subject: alsa issues  

Im still not able to get alsa to utilitze multiple threads. Only one application at a time can use alsa. Other programs report that the device is not accessable.

Somewhere I think the dmix settings are wonky.

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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 17:53    Post subject:  

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Im still not able to get alsa to utilitze multiple threads. Only one application at a time can use alsa. Other programs report that the device is not accessable.

Somewhere I think the dmix settings are wonky.



is this about the Cairo-Dock i build? sorry i have a bunch of stuff built

If its Cairo-Dock I really don't know why its doing that. I only played with it for 2 min after I built it to see if it worked.

I included all the file folders and stuff i ued to build it in a tar file. Next week Ill give it another go. again not having gtk+3 and or newer version of glibc we are limited on what we can do with Cairo-dock ATM.
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 17:56    Post subject:  

meeki wrote:
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Im still not able to get alsa to utilitze multiple threads. Only one application at a time can use alsa. Other programs report that the device is not accessable.

Somewhere I think the dmix settings are wonky.



is this about the Cairo-Dock i build? sorry i have a bunch of stuff built

If its Cairo-Dock I really don't know why its doing that. I only played with it for 2 min after I built it to see if it worked.

I included all the file folders and stuff i ued to build it in a tar file. Next week Ill give it another go. again not having gtk+3 and or newer version of glibc we are limited on what we can do with Cairo-dock ATM.


No thats about a bug in Alsa Ive been dealing with that I cant resolve.
As for Cairo-Dock, I tried to run it but I got a GTK error. I must have a mismatched lib in my system that caused a conflict. I'll try it on a fresh install sometime this coming week.

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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 18:05    Post subject:  

meeki, really like the work you've put into LHPUPrecord - very straightforward, great interface.I was just testing it briefly as an approach for recording on-line flvs and swfs that I wasn't able to download from within my browser. (problem solved with correct FF add-in.) Do you think I could best capture streaming [edit included] movie audio by using a male-male audio lead from ear to mic jacks? Could any of your provided audio packages save with aac+ as the default, would I have to modify the container settings somewhere?
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 19:37    Post subject: PUP Audio Recording  

Puppyt wrote:
meeki, really like the work you've put into LHPUPrecord - very straightforward, great interface.I was just testing it briefly as an approach for recording on-line flvs and swfs that I wasn't able to download from within my browser. (problem solved with correct FF add-in.) Do you think I could best capture movie audio by using a male-male audio lead from ear to mic jacks? Could any of your provided audio packages save with aac+ as the default, would I have to modify the container settings somewhere?
Cheers!
"LHPUP Record" is a very compelling application.

This should be a thread. And, because of the qualities it emotes, it seemingly would have a widespread appeal and contribution

in the thread, we could share methods of recording that would affect and appeal to many. Further, it would be a location to spur development.

This tool has implications not just in its ability to record, but to interface or accomplish speech-to-text, audio formats, system controls via speech/audio, audio applications radio/online conversation captures, , etc.;

yes, this is a compelling application that can help to extend Puppy into what we consider the future multimedia OSes we are going to be seeing.

Meeki appears to one of those young minds stirring us Old Dogs. Smokey01 is another one of those.

Hope this helps

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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 20:25    Post subject: Re: PUP Audio Recording  

gcmartin wrote:

This should be a thread. And, because of the qualities it emotes, it seemingly would have a widespread appeal and contribution

in the thread, we could share methods of recording that would affect and appeal to many. Further, it would be a location to spur development.


I've made an official request to the mods/admin here for a specific 64bit subforum so as we build 64 bit pets and sfs, we can create threads for each so they dont get lost in all the 32bit packages.

Only time will tell if we get it. I hope we do. I think it'll be a great benefit for everyone using 64bit puppies.

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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 21:03    Post subject:  

Thanks guys!

Q5 , I think the gtk+ issue was started on my end after trying to get gtk+ 3 working over the top of gtk+2 currently in LHPUP. I'll send you a pet of the 75% working gtk I have. Should solve you issues.

As for LHPUP Record. I built it with warnings using zenity. zenity is not stock on Fatdog so my pet is broken there. As of right now ive been going through all them zenity msg's and making them xdialog.

As for LHPUP Record it only has three C files that have to be compiled in puppy_i386 and it should work with them too. I hate taking a supporting role to all of them other os's as this is a BIG GUI wrapper around a build of FFmpeg. I can't control how the others were built and what options were enabled during that build.

As for recording sound there is an option in FFmpeg to record on a different mixer. I think so you don't have to go plugin your audio out to the audio in of your sound card mic jack. i'll look into it for the next feature. I got about 3 new features requested that I'm puting into the next version.

I think for now I'm going to only focus on the OS we love and use for making my GUI / pet builds / until I have a firm foundation on how it all works. When I can program in a language without looking at a code reff then i feel good to move on.

WE NEED A 64bit forum!!! I'm with you on that front. Thanks for putting in the request. I'd use it befor posting all over the LHPUP thread.

Meeki.
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PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov 2012, 21:55    Post subject:  

64bit is more and more a line in the sand, in the windows toybox,
that determines whether a software is chosen for use, or not.

Separate forums for 64 bit seems the sensible choice to make,
reducing current and future confusion and mis-information,
is an important consideration.
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PostPosted: Mon 05 Nov 2012, 20:28    Post subject:  

Minor point - The home html that OOTB in browser does not point to Barry's new blog. Don't know if this needs changing.

Minor point - The LibreOffice Pet is NOT in the LH64 Repo

Minor point - The latest Netboot utility for booting PCs from LH64 is not in repo or PPM

Question
  • Will Update be used in the future to "shoot" system updates to us?
MAJOR point!!! - The BASE LH64 is so fast, it is anwering before I can even ask! This is a major accomplishment. Very Happy

P.S. Check PM later

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Nov 2012, 20:32    Post subject: SeaMonkey Browser in LH64  

Question
Anyone know if the SeaMonkey in LH64's PPM is latest version?

Thanks in advance

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Nov 2012, 20:37    Post subject: Re: SeaMonkey Browser in LH64  

gcmartin wrote:
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Anyone know if the SeaMonkey in LH64's PPM is latest version?

Thanks in advance


It's not the latest version the Seamonkey team has released, but its the latest someone here has compiled.
I've been working on Seamonkey 2.13 Beta2 but didnt pack it up becuase I was waiting till they went at least RC status.
However this past weekend they just released 2.14 Beta3...
Whenever it hits RC I'll make a package of it.
Do you want me to bundle up what I've got already?

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PostPosted: Tue 06 Nov 2012, 16:55    Post subject:  

gcmartin wrote:
Minor point - The home html that OOTB in browser does not point to Barry's new blog. Don't know if this needs changing.
Yes, I will change for the next release.
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Minor point - The LibreOffice Pet is NOT in the LH64 Repo
It is too large to install uncompressed to the save layer as a Pet (500M + 1.5G for the NLS language pack). SFS installs xz compressed to avoid this problem.
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Minor point - The latest Netboot utility for booting PCs from LH64 is not in repo or PPM
That is on my list.
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Question
  • Will Update be used in the future to "shoot" system updates to us?
Not shoot per se, but yes the Update notifier will prompt when there are new Pet updates as before, except the initial dialog will show only the new ones. Installation, of course is optional.

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PostPosted: Tue 06 Nov 2012, 17:15    Post subject: BibleTime SFS  

Thanks to Meeki and Jim1911 I've built the latest BibleTime SFS, which has no dependencies, (necessary qt4, sword, icu and clucene libs are included.)

http://www.lhpup.org/sfs/515-x86_64/?C=M;O=D

I think I can convert this to a Pet if there is a request.

Note: you can launch the application from the Personal Menu, or type bibletime in a terminal. Has a couple of warnings when started from a terminal but seems to work fine anyway.

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