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mini-jaguar

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PostPosted: Wed 23 Jan 2013, 10:23    Post_subject:  

In all versions higher than 1.5.17 the wine apps do not appear in the Puppy menus, you have to type in, for example "winefile" in the console to get winefile to work.

No big deal, but I'm not sure this is intentional or not, so I just thought you guys should be aware of this.
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Jan 2013, 17:46    Post_subject:  

Dear green_dome,

Thanks for xx.21. There is now a new one: http://www.winehq.org/announce/1.5.22.

Thanks in advance and kind regards,
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green_dome

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PostPosted: Wed 23 Jan 2013, 19:37    Post_subject:  

mini-jaguar wrote:
In all versions higher than 1.5.17 the wine apps do not appear in the Puppy menus, you have to type in, for example "winefile" in the console to get winefile to work.

No big deal, but I'm not sure this is intentional or not, so I just thought you guys should be aware of this.


Starting with 1.5.18, I moved the menu entries into a separate dotpet.
Some users prefer wine with menu entries.
Some users prefer wine without menu entries.

Any thoughts?
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Joined: 21 Sep 2008
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Jan 2013, 20:04    Post_subject:  

green_dome wrote:
Starting with 1.5.18, I moved the menu entries into a separate dotpet.
Some users prefer wine with menu entries.
Some users prefer wine without menu entries.

Any thoughts?


My compromise of having a single menu item that leads to a popup menu of all Wine components might be worth considering?

See: http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=79709

Cheers
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mini-jaguar

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PostPosted: Fri 25 Jan 2013, 08:30    Post_subject:  

green_dome wrote:
Starting with 1.5.18, I moved the menu entries into a separate dotpet.
Some users prefer wine with menu entries.
Some users prefer wine without menu entries.

Any thoughts?
I'm thinking it would make much more sense if you put this info, as well as a link to the .pet, in the very first post.
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green_dome

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PostPosted: Mon 04 Feb 2013, 01:16    Post_subject: Wine 1.5.22  

my attempt at compiling wine-1.5.22

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wine-1.5.22-i486_v1.pet | mirror 1 | mirror 2 | version 1 - stripped=true
wine-1.5.22-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1 | mirror 2 * | version 2 - stripped=false
------ * wine-1.5.22-i486_v2.pet.part00 | mirror
------ * wine-1.5.22-i486_v2.pet.part01 | mirror
wine_DEV-1.5.22-i486.pet ** | mirror 1 | mirror 2
wine_DOC-1.5.22-i486.pet ** | mirror 1 | mirror 2
------ ** DEV and DOC compatible with v1 and v2 of the main dotpet
wine_extras-v2.pet | mirror 1 | menu entries

md5 - http://content.wuala.com/contents/puppylinux/version2013/md5.txt
hashdeep - http://content.wuala.com/contents/puppylinux/version2013/hashdeep.txt

the two files : .part00 .part01
put them together with an application such as 'Peazip', or type this into a terminal in the directory with the files.
Code:
cat wine-1.5.22-i486_v2.pet.part00 wine-1.5.22-i486_v2.pet.part01 > wine-1.5.22-i486_v2.pet


When submitting bug reports to WineHQ, it appears a non stripped Wine provides more information than a stripped Wine.
[references]

In reference to menu entries, many of them launch executable wrappers (I think) to sub-programs in Wine.
http://wiki.winehq.org/ListofCommands

For those that want menu entries, but ...'just one entry under Utility which leads to a menu of all the wine programs. ' -->

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

There are a few scripts that I find useful in creating sfs files.

'pets2sfs'
[forum post] [download] [forum post]

'createsfs'
[forum post] [download]

'easypackage'
[forum post] [download]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I compiled using puplet: Puppies 4.31.1 by forum member 'ttuuxxx'
I specifically used the files:
puppies-431.1-main-Xserver.iso - [forum post] [mirror 1]
devx_430.sfs - [forum post] [mirror 1]

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I installed these packages before compiling:

fontconfig-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet | mirror 1
fontconfig_DEV-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet | mirror 1
gnutls+deps-2.6.6-i486.pet | mirror 1
gnutls+deps_DEV-2.6.6-i486.pet | mirror 1
libgphoto2-2.5.0-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
libgphoto2_DEV-2.5.0-i486.pet | mirror 1
libusb-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
libusb_DEV-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
mpg123-1.12.4.pet | mirror 1
mpg123_DEV-1.12.4.pet | mirror 1
openldap-2.4.13-i486.pet | mirror 1
openldap_DEV-2.4.13-i486.pet | mirror 1
xorg_xorg_full_dri-7.3.pet | mirror 1
xorg_xorg_full_dri_DEV-7.3.pet | mirror 1


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

When compiling, I used
Code:

./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var --build=i486-pc-linux-gnu --x-includes=/usr/X11R7/include --x-libraries=/usr/X11R7/lib --with-x


Menu entries, Color Setter, and other stuff I got from the file 'winegoodies.tar.gz' provided by forum member 'technosaurus'.
I only made a few changes to the contents of that file.

For help with Gecko,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Gecko

For help with Mono,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Mono

I use the console to install packages from winetricks. For help with this I use
Code:
winetricks -h

[Reference]

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green_dome

Joined: 05 Jan 2009
Posts: 204

PostPosted: Mon 11 Feb 2013, 00:13    Post_subject: Wine 1.5.23  

my attempt at compiling wine-1.5.23

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wine-1.5.23-i486_v1.pet | mirror 1 | mirror 2 | version 1 - stripped=true
wine-1.5.23-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1 | mirror 2 * | version 2 - stripped=false
------ * wine-1.5.23-i486_v2.pet.part00 | mirror
------ * wine-1.5.23-i486_v2.pet.part01 | mirror
wine_DEV-1.5.23-i486.pet ** | mirror 1 | mirror 2
wine_DOC-1.5.23-i486.pet ** | mirror 1 | mirror 2
------ ** DEV and DOC compatible with v1 and v2 of the main dotpet
wine_extras-v2.pet | mirror 1 | menu entries

md5 - http://content.wuala.com/contents/puppylinux/version2013/md5.txt
hashdeep - http://content.wuala.com/contents/puppylinux/version2013/hashdeep.txt

the two files : .part00 .part01
put them together with an application such as 'Peazip', or type this into a terminal in the directory with the files.
Code:
cat wine-1.5.23-i486_v2.pet.part00 wine-1.5.23-i486_v2.pet.part01 > wine-1.5.23-i486_v2.pet


When submitting bug reports to WineHQ, it appears a non stripped Wine provides more information than a stripped Wine.
[references]

In reference to menu entries, many of them launch executable wrappers (I think) to sub-programs in Wine.
http://wiki.winehq.org/ListofCommands

For those that want menu entries, but ...'just one entry under Utility which leads to a menu of all the wine programs. ' -->

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

There are a few scripts that I find useful in creating sfs files.

'pets2sfs'
[forum post] [download] [forum post]

'createsfs'
[forum post] [download]

'easypackage'
[forum post] [download]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I compiled using puplet: Puppies 4.31.1 by forum member 'ttuuxxx'
I specifically used the files:
puppies-431.1-main-Xserver.iso - [forum post] [mirror 1]
devx_430.sfs - [forum post] [mirror 1]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I installed these packages before compiling:

fontconfig-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet | mirror 1
fontconfig_DEV-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet | mirror 1
gnutls+deps-2.6.6-i486.pet | mirror 1
gnutls+deps_DEV-2.6.6-i486.pet | mirror 1
libgphoto2-2.5.0-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
libgphoto2_DEV-2.5.0-i486.pet | mirror 1
libusb-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
libusb_DEV-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
mpg123-1.12.4.pet | mirror 1
mpg123_DEV-1.12.4.pet | mirror 1
openldap-2.4.13-i486.pet | mirror 1
openldap_DEV-2.4.13-i486.pet | mirror 1
xorg_xorg_full_dri-7.3.pet | mirror 1
xorg_xorg_full_dri_DEV-7.3.pet | mirror 1


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

When compiling, I used
Code:

./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var --build=i486-pc-linux-gnu --x-includes=/usr/X11R7/include --x-libraries=/usr/X11R7/lib --with-x


Menu entries, Color Setter, and other stuff I got from the file 'winegoodies.tar.gz' provided by forum member 'technosaurus'.
I only made a few changes to the contents of that file.

For help with Gecko,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Gecko

For help with Mono,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Mono

I use the console to install packages from winetricks. For help with this I use
Code:
winetricks -h

[Reference]

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ahoppin

Joined: 16 May 2011
Posts: 91

PostPosted: Wed 13 Feb 2013, 03:05    Post_subject:  

Thanks again for keeping us up to date, green_dome!
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vovchik


Joined: 23 Oct 2006
Posts: 1287
Location: Ukraine

PostPosted: Thu 14 Feb 2013, 17:56    Post_subject:  

Dear green_dome,

And my thanks, too..... Smile

With kind regards,
vovchik
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green_dome

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Posts: 204

PostPosted: Sat 09 Mar 2013, 23:15    Post_subject: Wine 1.5.24  

my attempt at compiling wine-1.5.24

-------------------------------

wine-1.5.24-i486_v1.pet | version 1 - stripped=true
wine-1.5.24-i486_v2.pet | version 2 - stripped=false
wine_DEV-1.5.24-i486.pet | compatible with v1 and v2 of the main dotpet
wine_DOC-1.5.24-i486.pet | compatible with v1 and v2 of the main dotpet
[mirrors]

wine_extras-v2.pet | mirror 1 | menu entries

md5.txt and hashdeep.txt -->

When submitting bug reports to WineHQ, it appears a non stripped Wine provides more information than a stripped Wine.
[references]

In reference to menu entries, many of them launch executable wrappers (I think) to sub-programs in Wine.
http://wiki.winehq.org/ListofCommands

For those that want menu entries, but ...'just one entry under Utility which leads to a menu of all the wine programs. ' -->

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

There are a few scripts that I find useful in creating sfs files.

'pets2sfs'
[forum post] [download] [forum post]

'createsfs'
[forum post] [download]

'easypackage'
[forum post] [download]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I compiled using puplet: Puppies 4.31.1 by forum member 'ttuuxxx'
I specifically used the files:
puppies-431.1-main-Xserver.iso - [forum post] [mirror 1]
devx_430.sfs - [forum post] [mirror 1]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I installed these packages before compiling:

fontconfig-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet | mirror 1
fontconfig_DEV-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet | mirror 1
gnutls+deps-2.6.6-i486.pet | mirror 1
gnutls+deps_DEV-2.6.6-i486.pet | mirror 1
libgphoto2-2.5.0-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
libgphoto2_DEV-2.5.0-i486.pet | mirror 1
libusb-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
libusb_DEV-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet | mirror 1
mpg123-1.12.4.pet | mirror 1
mpg123_DEV-1.12.4.pet | mirror 1
openldap-2.4.13-i486.pet | mirror 1
openldap_DEV-2.4.13-i486.pet | mirror 1
xorg_xorg_full_dri-7.3.pet | mirror 1
xorg_xorg_full_dri_DEV-7.3.pet | mirror 1


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

When compiling, I used
Code:

./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var --build=i486-pc-linux-gnu --x-includes=/usr/X11R7/include --x-libraries=/usr/X11R7/lib --with-x


Menu entries, Color Setter, and other stuff I got from the file 'winegoodies.tar.gz' provided by forum member 'technosaurus'.
I only made a few changes to the contents of that file.

For help with Gecko,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Gecko

For help with Mono,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Mono

I use the console to install packages from winetricks. For help with this I use
Code:
winetricks -h

[Reference]

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green_dome

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Posts: 204

PostPosted: Sat 09 Mar 2013, 23:17    Post_subject: Wine 1.5.25  

my attempt at compiling wine-1.5.25

-------------------------------

wine-1.5.25-i486_v1.pet | version 1 - stripped=true
wine-1.5.25-i486_v2.pet | version 2 - stripped=false
wine_DEV-1.5.25-i486.pet | compatible with v1 and v2 of the main dotpet
wine_DOC-1.5.25-i486.pet | compatible with v1 and v2 of the main dotpet
mirrors

wine_extras-v2.pet | menu entries

md5.txt and hashdeep.txt -->

When submitting bug reports to WineHQ, it appears a non stripped Wine provides more information than a stripped Wine.
references

In reference to menu entries, many of them launch executable wrappers (I think) to sub-programs in Wine.
http://wiki.winehq.org/ListofCommands

For those that want menu entries, but ...'just one entry under Utility which leads to a menu of all the wine programs. ' -->

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

There are a few scripts that I find useful in creating sfs files.

pets2sfs | post | download | post

createsfs | thread | download

PETS2SFSGUI | thread

Related scripts:
sfs2pet | webpage | thread
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I compiled using puplet: Puppies 4.31.1 by forum member 'ttuuxxx'
I specifically used the files:
puppies-431.1-main-Xserver.iso - post | mirror 1
devx_430.sfs - post | mirror 1

This puplet uses glibc 2.6.1
To see what glibc your puppy has.
Code:
ldd --version

It is likely the packages listed at the top of this post will not work with a glibc before 2.6.1

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I installed these packages before compiling:

fontconfig-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet
fontconfig_DEV-2.7.1-i486-pup4.pet
gnutls+deps-2.6.6-i486.pet
gnutls+deps_DEV-2.6.6-i486.pet
libgphoto2-2.5.0-i486_v2.pet
libgphoto2_DEV-2.5.0-i486.pet
libusb-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet
libusb_DEV-1.0.9-i486_v2.pet
mpg123-1.12.4.pet
mpg123_DEV-1.12.4.pet
openldap-2.4.13-i486.pet
openldap_DEV-2.4.13-i486.pet
xorg_xorg_full_dri-7.3.pet
xorg_xorg_full_dri_DEV-7.3.pet


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

When compiling, I used
Code:

./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var --build=i486-pc-linux-gnu --x-includes=/usr/X11R7/include --x-libraries=/usr/X11R7/lib --with-x


Menu entries, Color Setter, and other stuff I got from the file 'winegoodies.tar.gz' provided by forum member 'technosaurus'.
I only made a few changes to the contents of that file.

For help with Gecko,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Gecko

For help with Mono,
http://wiki.winehq.org/Mono

I use the console to install packages from winetricks. For help with this I use
Code:
winetricks -h

Reference

updated links at my homepage. see below.

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PostPosted: Sun 10 Mar 2013, 10:41    Post_subject:  

Dear green_dome,

Everything works, as usual, so many thanks....

With kind regards,
vovchik
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PostPosted: Tue 12 Mar 2013, 13:12    Post_subject: wine is a vicious way of doing
Sub_title: Either you have Windows on your computer or not;
 

Either you have Windows on your computer or not.
I have PHOTOFILTRE in Windows (free software made by french students in Grenoble). I am not going to enter puppy Linux and then Load him with 20MB to go by the window use the software of my neighbour, (and i am the neighbour) both houses are mine !

If a need a software in windows 7, i open Windows 7.

no ?

What is a serious problem is that we have in our repositories Linux softwares that we cannot run with puppy, like GCstar, because of the amount of dependancies, and that you can use easily with windows.

Lili usb Creatour which was created by an Ubuntu agent to allow people burning linux ISOs is not available by Linux. ! and doesn't work with Wine ! Foolish !
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PostPosted: Thu 14 Mar 2013, 18:40    Post_subject: Mono and Gecko
Sub_title: Folder's Location of Mono and Gecko
 

Hi Green_dome, thank you for every version of wine you make. I'm still follow your new wine. Something I wan't to ask is, everytime I install a new wine, I must download Mono and Gecko, and I must connect to internet. Where is the folder's location of Mono and Gecko? So after install both of that, I can save Mono and Gecko in a .pet. With this way, I don't need to download again and again if a new version of wine comes.
Thank you
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PostPosted: Thu 14 Mar 2013, 19:14    Post_subject: Gecko & Mono - Copy to /usr/share/wine/xxx
Sub_title: But check if new gecko version needed
 

G'day recobayu,

I keep the gecko .msi in a directory /usr/share/wine/gecko/, and the mono .msi in /usr/share/wine/mono/. And just copy or link these big files from existing versions on my hard-drive.

Mono does not need updating often, but gecko changes quite often with a new wine so an updated gecko download is needed - check winehq to see if you need a new gecko (green_dome has a link in his postings).

David S.
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