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Fatdog64-700/701 [April 22 2015] [CLOSED]
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L18L

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PostPosted: Fri 27 Mar 2015, 13:35    Post subject: sit quick-locale-switcher  

Running for non-root users, too
Though these underpriviledged cannot load_sfs nls.

Have fun

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EDIT
my fix for the not load of nls (successfully tested):
My fd64_nls.sfs is on /mnt/home


Append
Code:
#f=$XDG_CONFIG_DIR/Startup/nls; [ -f $f ] && . $f #load nls.sfs
[ -d /usr/share/locale/fr ] && exit 0 # nls.sfs loaded already

. /etc/BOOTSTATE
SFS=fd64-nls_700.sfs # no automatic here to find this file name ?

if [ -f ${SAVE_DEV_MOUNT}/${SFS} ]; then
  load_sfs.sh --load $SAVE_DEV_MOUNT/$SFS
else
  [ "$DISPLAY" ] &&  Xdialog --title "Native Language Support" --infobox "If you had copied \
  or moved \n\n ${SFS} \n into ${SAVE_DEV_MOUNT} (${SAVEFILE_DEVICE}) \n
  \nthen NLS would have automatically been loaded" 0 0 30000 || \
  dialog --title "Native Language Support" --infobox "If you had copied \
  or moved \n\n ${SFS} \n into ${SAVE_DEV_MOUNT} (${SAVEFILE_DEVICE}) \n
  \nthen NLS would have automatically been loaded" 0 0
fi
exit 0
to /etc/rc.d/rc.local.
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prehistoric


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PostPosted: Fri 27 Mar 2015, 15:31    Post subject:  

If we get a Fatdog locale manager named "sit", will there be an essential update manager named "heel"?
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DrDeaf

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PostPosted: Fri 27 Mar 2015, 20:29    Post subject:
Subject description: HP Print Drivers
 

JustGreg wrote:

If the rcrsn51 pet packages contents are applicable to Fatdog64 version 700, then I will extract the files from the pet packages and make version 700 packages. Thank you in advance for any information or help on this.


Hello! I am not one of the experts, but I have converted 600 vintage Samsung pets by rcrsn51 to 700 format and it worked fine for me...
Hope this helps!
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olinm

Joined: 09 Dec 2014
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PostPosted: Sat 28 Mar 2015, 05:22    Post subject:  

Abdulrahman wrote:
This thread is confusing the crap out of me.

What is the latest ISO ?

Does the re-master work ?

Does Sound work and save it's settings ?

Apart from FireFox and Flashplayer what needs to be updated before re-mastering ?


Bindee wrote:
@jamesbond

Why did you ignore Abdulrahman with the needed clarity of information???

I'm equally confused so there seems to be a few of us.

@Yoni

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mklivecd


`Tis odd , Jamesbond has been posting on the forum for the last couple of days but seems to be ignoring this thread.


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L18L

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PostPosted: Sat 28 Mar 2015, 05:44    Post subject: fadog sit
Subject description: heel speak
 

prehistoric wrote:
If we get a Fatdog locale manager named "sit", will there be an essential update manager named "heel"?

Why not? But it is not on my TODO list, so to "speak".

Sorry,
sit is technosaurus' simple icon tray.

Fatdog's locale manager is fatdog-choose-locale.sh and
Fatdog on heels was not available as graphic.
A real locale manager would also have the ability to purge locales.
Stuff for Fatdog64-999.

Thanks for your feedback, prehistoric, you gave me the idea that
a link to fatdog-choose-locale.sh would be much nicer than just text "... can add a locale ...",
so this "sit" could become a locale manager in the end. Very Happy

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Note my EDIT in above post, please.
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Billtoo


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PostPosted: Sat 28 Mar 2015, 17:37    Post subject:
Subject description: HP Print Drivers
 

JustGreg wrote:
I finally had to print something with Fatdog64 version 700. I really do not print a lot. I looked for the hplip_print and hplip_scan packages. They are not available in the repositories. Previously, rcrsn51 made two pet packages for Fatdog64 version 631, which work great.

If the rcrsn51 pet packages contents are applicable to Fatdog64 version 700, then I will extract the files from the pet packages and make version 700 packages. Thank you in advance for any information or help on this.


Hi JustGreg,

I purchased an hp envy 5530 wireless printer the other day.

I downloaded the hplip_print_fd600-3.14.4.pet and right clicked on it
choosing to convert it to the new format;
hplip_print_fd600-3.14.4-x86_64-PET.txz, then right clicked on it once
again and chose to install it.
Did the same for the hplip_scan_fd600-3.14.4.pet.

Rebooted, and printed a pdf file successfully (wireless)
I haven't tried scanning yet.

Bill

PS

Thanks to rcrsn51 for the pets.
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JustGreg

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PostPosted: Sat 28 Mar 2015, 21:51    Post subject:  

Thank you, Billtoo and DrDeaf. This is what I need to know. Now to get some time to make a regular package from the pets. Thanks again for the help.
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Ted Dog


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PostPosted: Sat 28 Mar 2015, 23:17    Post subject:  

Lassie= Language And Such Stuff Internationals Expect. Laughing
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L18L

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PostPosted: Sun 29 Mar 2015, 09:40    Post subject: StuffIsAlsoNeededInsideNations  

Ted Dog wrote:
Lassie= Language And Such Stuff Internationals Expect. Laughing

Nice one.

StuffIsAlsoNeededInsideNations

Assuming you are one of the downloaders test (right click OR use parameter: -h ) this preview (might be next version, thanks prehistoric) please:
Code:

usage()
{
 local ACTION TEXT
 TEXT=
 ACTION=
 
 if [ ! -d /usr/share/locale/af/ ]; then
  [ "`whoami`" = "root" ] || TEXT="$(gettext 'Your administrator can add Native Language Support.')"     
  TEXT="$TEXT
  $(gettext 'Download and load Native Language Support now?')"   
  ACTION='download'
 else
  TEXT=" $(gettext 'Usage:')
  ${0##*/} [$(gettext 'OPTION')] [ $(gettext 'newLANG') ]

 $(gettext 'OPTION:')
  -h $(gettext 'this help')
 
 $(gettext 'Examples:')
  ${0##*/} en
  ${0##*/} en_AU
  ${0##*/} en_CA
  ${0##*/} en_US
  ${0##*/} nl_BE
 
  ${0##*/} _______ $(gettext 'GUI')


  "
 
  [ "`whoami`" = "root" ] || TEXT="$TEXT
  $(gettext 'Your administrator can add a locale.')" 
  TEXT="$TEXT
  $(gettext 'Add a locale now?')"   
 fi

 Xdialog --icon "$LOCALES_ICON"  --title "${0##*/}" --left --backtitle "$(eval echo `gettext 'Version $Version'`)" --default-no --yesno "
 $(gettext 'Purpose:')
 $(gettext 'switch to one of your existing UTF-8 locales')

 $TEXT " 0 0
 case $? in 0) # yes button pressed
  case $ACTION in
    download) # something like this?
     cd /aufs/devsave
     wget http://distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/sfs/700/fd64-nls_700.sfs \
     && load_sfs.sh --load /aufs/devsave/fd64-nls_700.sfs
     ;;
  esac
  source /usr/sbin/fatdog-choose-locale.sh ;;
 esac
 
 exit 1
}
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jamesbond

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PostPosted: Sun 29 Mar 2015, 10:15    Post subject: New 32-bit compatibility and wine sfs  

Easter present for all:

Uploaded new 32-bit compatibility library: 32bit-slacko6.sfs, which is based on Slacko 6 beta (5.9.3) from 01micko from June 2014, which in turn is based from Slackware 14.1. It comes with glibc 2.17 and other newer stuff. Thanks Mick !!

Uploaded new wine sfs: wine-1.7.39-v2.sfs, which is a re-packaged of green_dome (aka version2013)'s latest excellent work wine-1.7.39-v2.1.pet. Also is available wine-depends-v2.sfs, which is a re-package of green_dome's wine-building dependencies for racy (wine-compile-deps-racy55.sfs). Most programs don't need wine-depend.sfs, but some (like iexplore) does. Thanks green_dome/version2013 !!

If you are wondering why the wine.sfs is so big compared to green_dome's work, that is because I included wine-gecko and wine-mono in the sfs so that you don't need to download them separately.

Note1: Mirrors may take about a day to catch up before these files show up.
Note2: The new 32-bit compatibility library has not been extensively tested yet. I know it is good enough to run adb and skype, but that's all I have tested so far. If you have problems with it, you can still use the older one (32bit-slacko-3.sfs in the distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/sfs/700/old folder), or better, report it to me, perhaps I can do something about it, or even better submit your fix Smile

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Sage

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PostPosted: Sun 29 Mar 2015, 10:38    Post subject:  

X-Slacko compatible?
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olinm

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PostPosted: Sun 29 Mar 2015, 18:13    Post subject:  

@ jamesbond

Is there any point in people contributing to the project if you are going to rudely ignore people?

Question
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Ted Dog


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PostPosted: Sun 29 Mar 2015, 18:51    Post subject:  

rudely ignore... how would you know? He could be just pleasantly ignoring someone. Most people I know in real life just plainly ignore people, being rude takes too much effort. What is the point of ignoring people if you get worked up about it?
well at least we know what a spoiled poster thinks of people who ignore them. Rolling Eyes < there an eye roll

EDIT: He did answer that remaster question!!! FatDog64 is different that external remaster tool does not apply, ask that TOOL developer to support FatDog64 not the other way around, geessh, Fatdog64 has its OWN remaster tool its not hard to learn, and it WORKS NOW!
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olinm

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PostPosted: Sun 29 Mar 2015, 19:04    Post subject:  

What does that have to do with what Abdulrahman , Bindee and everyone else like myself that is confused and is waiting for an official response from a Dev?

Bloody ridiculous when a project becomes like a private eleet club.
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PostPosted: Sun 29 Mar 2015, 20:20    Post subject:  

If you want user answers: Here it goes

This thread is confusing the crap out of me. = Yep that is on par with the way Forum is made to work, I get confused too

What is the latest ISO ? They Edit title to reflect current, most often edit first post to reflect current, most 'devs' do the same

Does the re-master work ? Yes, with an issue that pack list is lost, minor does not effect other programs

Does Sound work and save it's settings ? Yes, No and Yes. IF YOU set up sound with control panel test it works, then remaster, it sticks, otherwise will default to unset for most of us.

Apart from FireFox and Flashplayer what needs to be updated before re-mastering ? Use Gslapt to check and load updates, its done via that. There is generally more updates than are posted here. You should update video drivers as well, but be sure to boot TWICE to clear up all Xwindows settings.

My preference is to make a MASTER remaster, where I setup everything EXCEPT video drivers. Since I have machines with different video drivers, I then reMaster AGAIN per machine with Video drivers setup for the hardware.

Hope that helps Smile
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