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oui

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PostPosted: Sat 08 Jun 2013, 17:32    Post subject:  

Médor wrote:
oui wrote:
je viens de remonter SliTaz
...
Bon vent Wink

Médor.


merci Laughing (je savais que cela te ferai plaisir!)

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PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun 2013, 05:16    Post subject:  

oui wrote:
et s'il avait eu les trads en français qu'il avait sollicitées, il aurait créé la Lazy Pup Bistrot ou Lazy Pup Asterix Obelix ou Lazy Pup Guillotine comme il vient de le faire avec les égyptiens Laughing .

mais aucun francophone n'a bougé le petit doigt (et moi, là, je suis bien sûr germanophone, vu que ça m'épargne travail et sueur Wink !)

J'ai traduit trois utilitaires en français, mais il reste évidemment de quoi faire.
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PostPosted: Sat 26 Oct 2013, 03:30    Post subject: du nouveau!  

Rainer informe qu'il vient de mettre en ligne un groupe de nouveaux dotsfs:

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=732907#732907
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PostPosted: Sat 26 Oct 2013, 22:34    Post subject: Retestée en Precise 5.6  

Bien, la LazyPuppy tourne pour certains, pas pour moi. En tout cas sans internet, je ne peux pas charger les modules SFS,
En plus la version Precise 5.6 buggue au niveau de la saisie (à la souris et au touchpad). C'est pas encore au point.

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PostPosted: Sun 27 Oct 2013, 10:18    Post subject: LazyPup sur Racy 5.3 : souris ! ok
Subject description: Le problème était bien Precise 5.6
 

Le problème était bien Precise 5.6. La LazyPup Lprec de RSH ne gèle plus au bout de 2 minutes.
Cette brave Racy 5.3 est vraiment une bonne base. Je vas le dire à RSH.
J'ai aussi compris pourquoi vous changiez le nom des pupsaves.
N'empêche que la précise 5.6, à vouloir faire à la fois le Modem analogique et la tablette mobile, elle coince !
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PostPosted: Mon 11 Nov 2013, 18:33    Post subject: faire de tout Puppy un Puppy système Lazzy?  

faire de tout Puppy un Puppy système Lazzy (= Puppy dynamiquement hautement modulaire avec des tonnes d'améliorations)?

bonjour

et bien, si c'est vrai, comme il l'annonce aujourd'hui et hier dans ses deux messages en allemand,

oui.

on peut télécharger via cette discussion, en anglais, elle, le modularity package qui contient tout ce qui est nécessaire, y compris un document donnant toutes les explications! Le reste, la page Google translate vous le fait si l'anglais devait être un problème...

donc, avec un peu de pot, tout puppy francisé pourrait devenir rapidement un puppy modulaire type Lazzy.

je n'ai pas essayé et n'essaierai pas car depuis quelques temps je ne suis plus que sur tablette android, au moins pour quelques temps encore (en attendant de trouver un minuscule ordi avec écran tactile intégré pas cher, fiable et rapide, faisant avec Puppy la même chose qu'une tablette! La même chose? Depuis quand Puppy peut-il gérer le tactile?), et donc ne le peux pas et n'en ai pas non plus ni usage, ni besoin Wink

bonne chance!

salut
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PostPosted: Tue 12 Nov 2013, 02:21    Post subject: Puppy et les tablettes
Subject description: Ils l'ont fait
 

Sur le forum, quelqu'un a installé Puppy sur une tablette, Medor aussi je crois.
En fait Puppy ne manage pas la tablette, mais il y tourne. Où ai-je vu çà ? (ya pas longtemps).
Pour la Lazy Puppy, tu as raison. Mais il faudrait que RSH vienne à nous. Il veut un peu rester dans son coin.
Si sa Lazy n'a ni souris ni clavier que fait-on ?

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PostPosted: Tue 12 Nov 2013, 14:06    Post subject:  

Hi, Pelo.

I don't speak french language and so I did try to use google to translate it to DE. This offered translation doesn't make any sense to me - except one or two phrases/sentences. So, I did try to translate to EN - which gave much better results to me and I could almost understand the your post.

Google translate wrote:
On the forum , someone installed Puppy on a shelf , so I think Medor .
Puppy does not actually manage the tablet, but there turns . Where have I seen that? ( not long ago ) .
For the Lazy Puppy, you're right. But it would have come to us RSH . He wants to stay in his little corner.
If the Lazy has no mouse or keyboard that done?
I installed it on Racy to correct the problem , he says he no longer takes new releases. The user is told that turns home, that you ask for , it's understandable.
528 lucid he uses no sound on a large park ordis , then the problem ( alsa driver 1.10.24 ) has been set .. I know install the patch , but it's not everyone .
We must be attentive to the customer, even if it is free . Or is it -yourself , the hobby. And unfortunately I think RSH will not go away. Everyone starts to have her baby , and the baby is interested German as his dad. This is very unfortunate , because the Lazy is innovative . Well, she has an uncle , uncle 'YES' . That is good. I wanted to integrate the club but the door is closed.
I had a Samsung Galaxy tablet to my retirement. You redeem me ? In the open air , we must find a place where we capture wifi , and it is not won. And again, with my fat fingers , I get angry banging on the damn virtual keyboard. Very Happy

Because of this almost understand the your post now, I want and also need to make a reply.

Quote:
For the Lazy Puppy, you're right. But it would have come to us RSH . He wants to stay in his little corner.

Ok, that's (hopefully) somehow funny...

Who is us? Why should I come to there?

My little corner? Laughing

Obviously you must have been blind at all the time. My little corner in fact is a huge canyon!

1. I'm still a newbie. So, almost everything is/was absolutely new to me.
2. I have so many ideas, you can't imagine that. When I'm doing a break from developing my head is automatically filling up with thoughts, new ideas and views of things to be made smarter/better or whatever. While thinking about that what comes in mind, there is again a rush of new thoughts of the related idea. While sorting this again new ideas come in mind and the previous one gets lost (for the moment) - I'm just running out of knowledge and also running out of ability to keep/put this all together.

To get a less percentage of all this what comes to my mind somehow sorted and developed, I have had to restructure my available free amount of time and also my way and focus of doing things.

To turn the Lucid 5.2.8-004 into LazY Puppy 2.0.2-005 it has taken approximately 18 Months. Those 18 Months were filled with several hours of work each and every day (because of real life issues, I just had the time to do so). Some days (really not less) I did work 24, 36 and even up to 40 hours in a row - sitting in front of the computer and hacking code into the keyboard, using a programming language completely new to me.

Regarding the programming language completely new to me, I had to stay online to the forum, doing posts, searching for tips, hints, solutions and code snippets. I have mentioned it sometimes earlier, but again: usually I do NOT use the internet, because I DON'T like it. When I'm only, I'm on the forum.

So, because of this I did not own equipment to connect to the internet, which means I had to buy a GPRS USB Modem for this, which did cost me 50 €. Each day online did cost me 1 € and those days when I did upload files or needed to download big files did cost me 5 € per day.

So, I did not spent almost all of my time to create LazY Puppy, I did also spent a big amount of money especially for this purpose.

And now, go around the forum and have a look of what has happened!

Is there any program that has been introduced in/by LazY Puppy and has been published on the forum for other puppies that has found its way into any other Puppy Linux (derivative)?

No! (As far as I know - maybe one or two, maybe)

Are there real LazY Puppy users?

No! (AFAIK most people over here do use other Puppies -mostly newer ones- and doing Puppy hopping)

Is there any idea of mine, introduce in/by and while working on LazY Puppy that has been taken up by other developers?

No! (AFAIK)

So, now, please tell me:

Why should I do again a LazY Puppy for the forum?

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Regarding to the post above by oui:

Please, do yourself a favor, because you are obviously one (of the less), that is able to recognize LazY Puppy's nicely concept, go to the topic linked at oui's post and read the whole thread.

At first you will find lots of discussions related to my vision of using a Puppy Linux in a modular way. At second you will find the Modularity Package, that will make you able to use LazY Puppy with almost all of its special features (including the apps) without to use the StArtLPx2_202.sfs loaded on the fly by sfs_load. Just boot the your Puppy needed/wanted.
At third you will find out, that each discussion has immediately stopped after uploading the Modularity Package. Each of the posters have had doing other posts and/or have been online meanwhile several times.

No testing reports returned so far, and I'm not sure if there is anyone testing it - though, they did declare to do some testings.

So, do it. Go to there, install as described and for your very pleasure use a clean and fresh USB Flash drive to install as described.

After this just boot the your puppy wanted clean, fresh and without any save file.

Have fun.

And if you'll return to here after that, please again: tell me why should I do again a new LazY Puppy for the forum?

RSH

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PostPosted: Fri 15 Nov 2013, 02:03    Post subject: LazyPup few users
Subject description: I knocked at the door but
 

LazyPup few users : as Precise 5.6 was freezing, i get lazy pup installed in Racy 5.3. Mouse and keyboard then were available to do their Job
I keep the USB stick under the hand. Among the others.
If Puppy Linux crators dont want to put their egg in the commun basket, projects will end quickcly.
I am sad that nobody get interest in Lazy Puppy, or ToOppy, or Legacy Os.
I use each one, because each one has its own charm.
I am not fighting for one distro, i am fighting to have Puppies used by everybody, no for the reduced world of the conceptor (that is the 'corner)
But when i suggest RSH a new Puplet based on Racy, he's not interested. So i go away..
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PostPosted: Fri 15 Nov 2013, 14:44    Post subject:  

Really Pelo.

You should have read my post some more carefully.

There is NO NEED to build any new LazY Puppy.

Go to the thread that oui has linked above and give it a try.

DO IT, DO IT, DO IT.

Your reasons to complain will begone immediately.

When I'm finished, each OS developer can turn his OS into a LazY Puppy, without to rename it to LazY Puppy, without to have different menu structure etc.pp.

I can't help you, if you are ignoring useful tips and hints.

Grab your wary and my SFS P.L.U.S. (when finished for the forum) and just build your own LazY Puppy.

BTW:

When creating an OS there is always someone complaining about why is this in and why is this not in etc.pp. Why it is DE/EN and not FR and so on and so on.

Really, that's not my duty, not my Job. I can't produce a OS that will fit to all users. But I can give the modularity concept of LazY Puppy to all all forum members, all developers and users.

That's all I can do and I'm willing to do in the future. So, it's (will be) now all on the real developers of Operating Systems -which I'm NOT.

Got it? Wink

Gruß,

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PostPosted: Sat 16 Nov 2013, 10:15    Post subject: My Lazy Puppy Racy runs well  

I dont look for something else, i have that i want : wifi, sound and Lazy system operates. If they are other ways of doing, wonderfull.
I wanted to inform you of bugs on 'some' pc computers.
I really hope Lazy sytem to be a sucess and used by others distros.
Have a nice day Razz
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PostPosted: Tue 26 Nov 2013, 17:26    Post subject: tout ce que l'on peut faire avec menu.lst !!! admirez...  

tout ce que l'on peut faire avec menu.lst !!! admirez...

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=739487#739487
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PostPosted: Tue 26 Nov 2013, 17:29    Post subject:  

Si tu peux traduire le contenu en français ...

Cordialement,
Médor.

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PostPosted: Wed 27 Nov 2013, 07:12    Post subject:  

voila ce que donne Google sans travail de ma part Laughing : . C'est pas du français extraordinaire ni vraiment pas de trad intelligente (on queuterait tous ses examens), mais avec un peu de bonne volonté, on peut suivre les pistes données par le codeur qu'est RSH:

(Lazy = paresseux !)

Bonjour , agité .

Pour votre information, je crois que vous avez utilisé le paresseux chiot HD- Installer pour installer chiot paresseux . Cet ainsi que le programme d'installation USB n'est finalement que d'une section de l' Universal Installer Puppy , c'est pourquoi il ferait beaucoup de sens pour entrer à nouveau dans le détail sur cette installation .

Être déterminé une fois une installation manuelle .

1 Avec le programme Gparted la partition et le format de disque
- Format : FAT32 ( vfat ) lors de l'utilisation grub4dos comme chargeur de démarrage plus tard
- Taille : max . 128 Go ( FAT32 ne peut pas , à ma connaissance être plus )
- Utilisez l'espace restant pour d'autres / autres partitions
- Une partition EXT supplémentaire je recommande toujours

2 Après partitionnement et formatage dans le GParted / la Booflag pour activer la partition FAT32 ( Menu: Partition - > Gérer les drapeaux )

3 Création d'un répertoire sur la partition FAT32 paresseux

4 Copiez dans ce dossier tous les fichiers du Lazy Puppy ISO ( du chiot CD paresseux )

5 Installer le chargeur de démarrage approprié avec GRUB4DOS
- Laissez si aucune autre partition de démarrage doivent être utilisés , puis recherchez uniquement la partition Fat32

6 Le fichier menu.lst pas modifier et terminer grub4dos

7 Le fichier menu.lst sur ​​la partition FAT32 à charger dans un éditeur de texte , remplacez le contenu de celui-ci et enregistrer le fichier
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PostPosted: Wed 27 Nov 2013, 07:58    Post subject:  

Bonjour,

Voir aussi cet excellent tuto fort bien illustré d'installation de (Puppy)Toutou en français Exclamation
http://infoprographiesimple.free.fr/toutou_linux_usb/toutou_linux_usb.php


Cordialement,
Médor.

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