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natgab


Joined: 12 Feb 2012
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Location: Southern California, US

PostPosted: Sun 03 Feb 2013, 14:29    Post subject:  

inoxidabile wrote:
Embarassed
I can understand from You answer that the others destop manager have to be installed before and they aren't included... Embarassed
However, since I tried also typing only xwin and nothing else, I thought that the session restart but... nothing... Confused hmm... I must check it again! Smile


LOL, I had the same problem as you! I also thought that the extra Desktops were included. I tried to use KDE and got a very plain looking JWM desktop. Luckily I was able to get back my dektop since I tested as RAM only and had not loaded my save file.

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Jejy69


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PostPosted: Sun 03 Feb 2013, 17:22    Post subject:  

Lxpup 13.01 released !
Waiting for reports, and I hope you'll enjoy it !
Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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Fabio T

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Location: Italy

PostPosted: Sun 03 Feb 2013, 17:53    Post subject: Bluetooth installation
Subject description: I need to use my Bluetooth mouse
 

Hi JejY69!
Your work is valuable, fine graphic, good stability.

I need your suggest: I need to work with Bluetooth on my laptop.

My efforts are vane till today, every packet I've tried don't work.

I've tried with Bluetooth 0.5 packet, that works fine in Precise Puppy and Upup Precise, but don't work in your puplet.

What can I do?

Thanks in advance.

Fabio T.
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James C


Joined: 26 Mar 2009
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PostPosted: Sun 03 Feb 2013, 18:06    Post subject:  

Jejy69 wrote:
Lxpup 13.01 released !
Waiting for reports, and I hope you'll enjoy it !
Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


Downloading now. May be a while before much testing , but I'll try them out. Smile
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Jejy69


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 12:26    Post subject:  

Hello !

Lxpup 13.01 Full is uploaded.
MD5: ee60f7b3a9ca6743e31cefd3350b9d3c8645f470

Lxpup Normal:
MD5: df6710b30070afd6531a45803964a769

Fabio T,
I try to run the bluetooth without success so far ...
The package you installed is for the dpup, which is totally different.
I keep looking. Confused

Jales C, thanks you Very Happy

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jackrabbit

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PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 16:08    Post subject: Normal lxpup 13.01  

Frugal usb install on ibm r51 thinkpad, 1.4ghz pentium-M , 1 gig ram, ati-radeon 7500 graphics. Boot straight to desktop with correct resolution, sound working, auto detected ethernet, another winner from Jejy69. Now to try on ibm netvista with the famous brookdale 845gl chip. Had success with lxpup 11.12 on both these computers. So far, favorite setup is 11.12 with mate.....FAST! This puppy linux is a lot of fun, and very addictive. Laughing Laughing

edit: no good on netvista with intel 845g. Different version of xorg compared to 11.12.
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James C


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 18:07    Post subject:  

Jejy69 wrote:

Lxpup 13.01 Full is uploaded.
MD5: ee60f7b3a9ca6743e31cefd3350b9d3c8645f470


Could someone verify the md5 for LXpup 13.04 Full. 3 downloads here and 3 identical non-matching md5's.
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James C


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 18:23    Post subject:  

MD5 doesn't match but appears to be working fine anyway. Smile
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WillM

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PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 19:33    Post subject:  

Hi James C,

Here is md5 for downloaded iso.

49bba49435ff1ad224f4bcf4d1e37da7 Lxpup_13.01-FULL.iso

df6710b30070afd6531a45803964a769 Lxpup_13.01.iso
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James C


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Location: Kentucky

PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 20:03    Post subject:  

WillM wrote:
Hi James C,

Here is md5 for downloaded iso.

49bba49435ff1ad224f4bcf4d1e37da7 Lxpup_13.01-FULL.iso

df6710b30070afd6531a45803964a769 Lxpup_13.01.iso


Thanks. Smile
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Terry H

Joined: 29 Mar 2009
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Location: Pickering, ON Canada

PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 22:06    Post subject:  

Hi Jejy69,

Excellent work!!! LXPUP 13.01 is a beautiful puppy!!!

Frugal install on Dell D620 Laptop Core Duo 2.16 GHz 2.5 GB RAM Broadcom 4312 Wifi.

It's so good to be able to try the different DE's on the one install. I am however having some difficulties with changing DE's, either by WM Changer app, or manually by logging out to prompt and logging in to different session.

KDE won't run at all, just returns to login prompt.

Changing to LXDE using WM Changer (from MATE or XFCE), hangs half way. The panels disappear, then screen stays at this half-way state. I am able to click on screen and bring up menus to be able to logout to prompt and login again.

I don't know if any one else has had issues, but I am reporting in case there are some issues with changing DE's.
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Jejy69


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PostPosted: Tue 05 Feb 2013, 07:58    Post subject:  

What I'm dizzy! I copied the SHA1 instead of MD5...
WillM has the correct data. Thanks.

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It's so good to be able to try the different DE's on the one install. I am however having some difficulties with changing DE's, either by WM Changer app, or manually by logging out to prompt and logging in to different session.

KDE won't run at all, just returns to login prompt.

Changing to LXDE using WM Changer (from MATE or XFCE), hangs half way. The panels disappear, then screen stays at this half-way state. I am able to click on screen and bring up menus to be able to logout to prompt and login again.

Thanks Terry H,

For KDE, it is not included, I'm trying to upload the SFS kde 4.9.5, making a weight of 650MB! So, I can't put it in the ISO. Laughing

About "WM change" it's a noob script I made Laughing. So it's not perfect. Indeed, it fails when you Log out from Xfce to another WM. You must type "ctrl+alt+backspace" to complete the command. But it's only when you are with Xfce.

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Terry H

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PostPosted: Tue 05 Feb 2013, 12:12    Post subject:  

Jejy69 wrote:


For KDE, it is not included, I'm trying to upload the SFS kde 4.9.5, making a weight of 650MB! So, I can't put it in the ISO. Laughing

About "WM change" it's a noob script I made Laughing. So it's not perfect. Indeed, it fails when you Log out from Xfce to another WM. You must type "ctrl+alt+backspace" to complete the command. But it's only when you are with Xfce.


Thanks jejy69,

Ahhhhh!, as kde was in the selection window I thought something may have been wrong.

The WM Change wasn't a big concern, as I was able to still change by dropping to a login prompt.

I have just attempted a frugal install on my HP desktop. X won't start at all, not even with lower resolutions. The desktop has an AMD 7450 Graphics card and many distros will not run on it easily.

This PC has 10 GB of RAM. I know your kernel is non-PAE. The main reason I was trying LXPUP 13.01 on this PC, was to see if I could install 01micko's new pae enabled kernel with your lxpup.
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partsman

Joined: 06 Jun 2012
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Location: OHIO,USA

PostPosted: Tue 05 Feb 2013, 13:53    Post subject: lxpup slacko 13.01
Subject description: great work and thank you
 

jejy69 another great pup ! keep up the good work ! gona download now ! your hard work is greatly appreciated ! by the puppy community ! Very Happy
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Volhout


Joined: 28 Dec 2008
Posts: 385

PostPosted: Tue 05 Feb 2013, 14:30    Post subject: 540mo  

Hi jeyj,

Would it be a good idea to bring lxpup Slacko to an otter thread ?
You Will get a lot of confusing messages since 12.12 has been widely spread.

Imho the memory footprint of 540mo is Nice for a full featured release but might be to large for USB stick use (bootup time). For me that is the main reason for using regular Slacko versus Fatslack. I rather SFS on the fly for the apps I don't use every day. Web browsing. And mailing is what I use most. For a full HD install 540mo is fine.

And for me...... All this mate, cinnamon, kde, etc... Stuff is over the top. I would use lxde as is. Actually I like it a lot better than xfce, and I would like to see lxde become the default for puppy. Might have a hard time convincing Barry though..... If I could get the Lubuntu look and functionality in a puppy harness (lxde, chromium, abiword, gnumerix, mail?) in a 150 meg footprint for fast USB booting ....... Opera is fine also....

It would definitely remove the main complaint About puppy from all reviews : the outdated look .... Where Lubuntu is praised for its clean and sober stylish looks.

Volhout
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