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~572, p575, and p57577: three spins/updates of Precise 5.7.1
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PostPosted: Mon 25 Jul 2016, 05:07    Post subject: Precise and unicorn, 180MB i will try it this week.  

Precise and unicorn, 180MB i will try it this week. Ther are so many Puppies, i will not use last ones, quite boring me, viva precise versions Smile (local puplets are to taste, hu, sp, ru, and fr,before the Brexit)
"description: 2/19/16: updated as ~572.14 (244 mb) and forked as p6.0 (based on unicornpup, 184 mb)" I need this one (now downloading from Google Drive 184MB).
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PostPosted: Mon 25 Jul 2016, 21:12    Post subject: updated quick links page
Subject description: x7 (pet) and p6 (iso) are newer, but less thoroughly tested and provided for.
 

last release plus quicklinks and updates:

p6.0.iso md5: cfec3c91a98f07301a5c901c7a8103ce  184 mb
~572.14.iso md5: cb47d7829f1fd43328df1c5f4ff12056  244 mb

devx_precise_5.7.2.sfs

devx for p6.0:
(same as the original unicorn pup devx)

upgrade p6 to u6/6p:
u6 sfs
u6 pet
upgrade ~572.14 to p5:
p5 sfs
p5 pet
(sfs was mostly used to make the pet--it won't overwrite/update on an existing install in either the precise or the unicorn spin (or most any other existing installation of the jaewmie).
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documentation updates:

Jaewm!-.1.ncd
launcher shortcuts
nwp keyboard shortcuts (jwm)

approximatic for most 32 bit pups:

x7 sfs
x7 pet
focuswriter-1.5.5_xen.pet
focuswriter-1.5.5_xen.sfs

palemoon 26.3. sfs and pet
slimjet-11.0.1 sfs and pet. (use the tahr version pet/sfs for the unicorn spin).

upgrade pet plus browser upgrade (unicorn spin gets palemoon, the precise spin gets slimjet) updates the isos. adding the focuswriter pet/sfs to an x7 installation brings that equal with p6 and the precise spin in terms of features added. (only x7 needs m1 or m30 for the jwm tweaks to be activated. see http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=910183#910183 for more.

updated collection of quicklinks (cut and paste from earlier posts for your convenience):
Quote:

from
lyrics, notes, and tubby lou's sick device
Quote:

I recently began playing around with Audacity in a couple of derivatives and found it was eating up my save folders, one of which was on an otherwise shrinking 12gb partition. turns out all the processing starts a mini music library in /var/tmp. I was working with some rather large mp3s, and in one case on an admittedly small partition, but should you ever run into the problem, the fix is to move the audacity-root folder from /var/tmp/audacity-root to a place that's convenient and has room enough to spare, then symlink the folder back to /var/tmp.


in somewhat related news, i recently broke vlc on my p6 installation and the only audio player i could get to work well after that was this portable deadbeef.

uninstalling before updating either palemoon or slimjet may be entirely unnecessary; both updated well on top of various older versions (spanning precise, unicorn, and xenial. precise spin updated a 9-series slimjet to the 11, most of the palemoons were no more than two updates behind). palemoon is up to 26.3 and slimjet's up to 11.0.1. thanks again to OscarTalks for both these and for the following multimedia updates:

this smplayer works well in precise/the precise spin and is my audio-video player recommendation for the unicorn spin.
smplayer-16.4.0-svn7831-precise.pet

the following two pets (again by Oscar) update the default media player in the precise spin:
mplayer-37844-precise.pet plus the interface tweak, gnome-mplayer-1.0.9-precise.pet


here's iron50: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByUDhE3nQF8ud1QxSDQzT0lqaVk&usp=sharing
(again by Oscar)

the wine packages are made from the work of version2013, argolance, peebee, and technosaurus. to get VLC, you can either download it and the qt package from quickpet, or you could use the following:

qt-4.8.2-stripped.pet

vlc-2.0.7-i686.pet

vlc_DOC-2.0.7-i686.pet

vlc_DEV-2.0.7-i686.pet

these are the other packages that were optional on the smaller versions but included in the larger ones (to varying degrees):

Ardour3-3.5.357-i686-Precise_5.7.1nodep.pet

audacity-2.0.5-i686.pet

gimp-painter-2.8.pet

rakarrack-0.6.1-i686.pet

hydrogen-0.9.5.1-s-i686-precise.pet

rakarrack_DOC-0.6.1-i686.pet

rassam-paint-1.0.pet

seq24_0.9.2.pet

LP2_sooperlooper_1.6.14dfsg-1.pet

rosegarden-13.10-i686.pet

video:

cinelerra-4.2-extraFonts-w5.pet

cinelerra-w5-4.2a.pet

avidemux-2.6.4.pet

openshot-1.4.3_precise.pet
(i believe all but the cinerella (thanks for the find or package, don570) can be downloaded from quickpet (also by 666philb).

java:
latest java packages (8u92)
wine198 by version 2013
w198.sfs
w198.tar.xz

words processing and related:
here's Calibre-2.5p.pet by gjuhasz and an sfs made from it.

goldendict-1.0.2-precise.pet

goldendict-wordnet_3.0-26.1_all.deb

LibreOffice-5.1.4_en-US_xz.pet
LibreOffice-5.1.4_en-US_xz.sfs

LibreOffice-5.0.6_en-US_xz.pet
LibreOffice-5.0.6_en-US_xz.sfs

(i include both as upgrades though the newer one seems to no longer need java to run writer (which was the original reason for linking the older (but still maintained/updated) series here)).
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PostPosted: Mon 25 Jul 2016, 21:22    Post subject: Re: Precise and unicorn, 180MB i will try it this week.  

Pelo wrote:
Precise and unicorn, 180MB i will try it this week. Ther are so many Puppies, i will not use last ones, quite boring me, viva precise versions Smile (local puplets are to taste, hu, sp, ru, and fr,before the Brexit)
"description: 2/19/16: updated as ~572.14 (244 mb) and forked as p6.0 (based on unicornpup, 184 mb)" I need this one (now downloading from Google Drive 184MB).


most of the above should install directly into tooppy. to get the jwm tweaks to work you'd have to enter my1 or my30 into a terminal or go to nwp/c and manually configure it by clicking the numbered scripts (unless there's some kind of new, constrictive jwm manager in place--as far as i know, that only applies to the newest slackos).

argolance has a nice aesthetic. i dig much of what he's done that i've seen.
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PostPosted: Mon 01 Aug 2016, 00:30    Post subject: some quicklinks i left out of the last post  

some quicklinks i've left out from here:

Quote:

vivaldi (sfs and pet, both thanks yet again to OscarTalks) is another viable browser choice for either spin.


here's a link to spideroakone_6.1_i386.deb.

[...]

if you want something a little lighter than libre office, you can use this wps-office_10.1.0.5444-a20_i386.sfs WPS package from perdido. it's what's become of the kingsoft office suite. no odt ability, but many appear to like it. if you want it as a pet, right-click convert it with the built in utility.


also a little more into the wine or ms compatibility side of things, i've found this virtual dj software appears to work well in both spins:

http://www.toplinuxapps.com/2015/05/portable-virtual-dj-74-for-linux-tested.html

i used it fairly often when i still had windows--one of the things i wasn't happy about giving up when i chucked it all. nice to see it back--not sure if it will work on 64 bit, but it's fine in limited testing in both these 32 bit spins. (the precise spin has more built in music programs--pretty sure this more than makes up for the difference).



the wps packages have been updated (pet now available) thanks to perdido:

wps-office_10.1.0.5672-a21_i386.pet wps-office_10.1.0.5672-a21_i386.sfs

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spideroak debs seem to install fine directly from spideroak so i'm no longer mirroring those.

same post gave me the code for xeyes (pic is from the unicorn spin; more a page back, though now that i'm working on porting the customizations that define these spins to 64bit, there may be more forthcoming. for now, scroll back towards page one for some of the more minimal setups--pets and sfs versions of the approximatic (p5, u6, x7) require activation through the terminal (/nwp/my1 or /nwp/my30) on new installs, though rox /nwp/c will take you to the installation folder, which opens up some preconfiguration options (none of which will take the menu, tray, or key swapping features--you'll need to swap in from the my series for those). i will soon post an updated version of the 64 bit nwp--been playing around with it a bit in tahr64 (finally got it to boot on a worthy (6gb ram) machine).

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here's that dj software mirrored:

Portable Virtual DJ 7.4 for Linux by TopLinuxApps.com

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firefox from mozilla continues to work as described a few pages back. haven't tested peebee's chromium in a few updates, but no reason to think that's still not another viable browser option.

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PostPosted: Mon 01 Aug 2016, 00:55    Post subject: towards a 64bit version of the spins
Subject description: progress so far (and why i always try to include recoll)
 

since few start with linux, it makes sense to me to allow users to easily search through their non linux created files--unfortunately nothing seems to be in the class of recoll, which isn't always convenient to install (these spins and the approximatic include a fairly old version of it (1.13), which works well enough that i'd be happy to be able to get it consistently working in 64bit, even if i needed to use a compatibility sfs to do so). had a go at getting the era-correct 1.17 to work in tahr64, but only succeeded one in three times. trick may have been to start with the bug fix, then first ppm-install recoll and its dependencies. other orders failed, but i'm not sure if that was necessarily due to sequencing.

anyway, the updated nwp.64 pet below works better than the one i posted earlier, at least in tahr64, but if you already installed the earlier one and want to try out what makes them different, apart from compression used by the somewhat disimilar utilities i used to make them, just install the following xdotoolpet:


xdotool_3.20130111.1-3.1.pet


here's the newer 64bit nwp:
nwp-64.pet

and here are the geany plugins you'll need for the geanytweak script to work (and consequently the custom menus in set1 and/or the installation defaults) in 64bit:

geanytahr64.tar.xz


if you've installed the newer 64bit nwp and want to give the older one a go, just try out this xdotool package (which to work well in slacko64, iirc):

xdotool-2.2-x86_64.pet

speaking of slacko64 and what i said earlier about the jwm management--doesn't appear to be related to jwm desk or sticky jwm or any of that, but until i test the newest version, if you install the pet, manually play with jwm at your own risk (and be aware you may be playing around with the configuration quick switches at an even greater potential risk under that distro).

apart from the difficulties with recoll and the somewhat expected by now loss of some nwp funtions under 64, the tahr64 proto spin/insta-spin seems to have worked well. next reboot i'll test it under xenial64 and see if anything needs to be adjusted.

here's some of the rest (really all as of now but i expect it to grow/change) of the 64 bit spin/upgrade path:
better dual monitor management:
arandr-tahr64.pet

64bit libreoffices:
LibreOffice-5.1.4_64_en-US_xz.sfs
LibreOffice-5.1.4_64_en-US_xz.pet

megasync for tahr64

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slimjet64 feels lighter and quicker than 32, especially if there are many tabs open. maybe this plus google's ability to index and search whatever you stick in its cloud make the possible loss of recoll less painful. or annoying. i suppose as long as you can specify a subdirectory it's not so bad...

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contents of arandr pet:

arandr_0.1.7.1-1.pet files_6.0.5.sfs-md5.txt python-cairo_1.8.8.pet python-gobject-2_2.28.6.pet python-gtk2_2.24.0.pet
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PostPosted: Sun 07 Aug 2016, 01:33    Post subject: another take on backing up and porting configuration files
Subject description: configs2pet for libreoffice, geany, rox, jwm, gtk (bookmarks, rox settings, optionally themes)
 

the following code will make pets of your geany configurations (toolbar, keyboard shortcuts, general configuration); your rox settings (bookmarks, your menu2 file (which controls the shortcuts for bookmarks, make-new-file-from-template, and right click functions; it also sets the icons for the filer windows), your templates, and your groups (speed dial to a folder by number--set with control plus the chosen number from within the chosen folder)); your jwm settings (you can uncomment some of it below and add your jwm and gtk themes); and your libreoffice configuration/settings.

Code:

#!/bin/sh
#configs2pet
#make a pet of your libre office configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/loconf/root/.config/libreoffice/4/user
cp -fRu /root/.config/libreoffice/4/user ./configpets/loconf/root/.config/libreoffice/4/user
makepet ./configpets/loconf/
#make a pet of your geany configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/geany.conf ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/geany.conf
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/keybindings.conf ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/keybindings.conf
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/ui_toolbar.xml ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/ui_toolbar.xml
makepet ./configpets/geanyconf/
#make a pet of your rox configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/
mkdir -p ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/
mkdir -p ./configpets/roxconf/root/.icons/rox-toolbar/
#cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/* ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Bookmarks.xml ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Bookmarks.xml
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Groups.xml ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Groups.xml
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/menus2 ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/menus2
#
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/MIME-icons ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/MIME-icons
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates
#cp -fRu /root/Choices/ROX-Filer/* ./configpets/roxconf/root/Choices/ROX-Filer
cp -fRu /root/.icons/rox-toolbar/ ./configpets/roxconf/root/.icons/
cp -fRu /root/.gtk-bookmarks ./configpets/roxconf/root/.gtk-bookmarks
cp -fRu /root/.gtkrc.mine ./configpets/roxconf/root/.gtkrc.mine
makepet ./configpets/roxconf/
#backup your jwm configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.jwm/
mkdir -p ./configpets/jwmconf/etc/xdg/templates/
cp -fRu /root/.jwm/jwmrc-personal ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.jwm/jwmrc-personal
cp -fRu /etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc ./configpets/jwmconf/etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc
#backup your themes --jwm
#cp -fRu /root/.jwm/ ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.jwm/
#backup you themes --gtk
#mkdir -p ./configpets/jwmconf/usr/share/themes/
#cp -fRu /usr/share/themes/ ./configpets/jwmconf/usr/share/themes/
#cp -fRu /root/.gtkrc-2.0 ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.gtkrc-2.0
#add a pinstall script:
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#fixmenus
#jwm -restart
#/nwp/jin
#/nwp/c/2/roxi
#/nwp/mbm
' > ./configpets/jwmconf/pinstall.sh
chmod 755 ./configpets/jwmconf/pinstall.sh
#add a puninstall script:
echo $'
#!/bin/sh

' > ./configpets/jwmconf/puninstall.sh
chmod 755 ./configpets/jwmconf/puninstall.sh
makepet ./configpets/jwmconf


save as configs2pet in /root/my-applications/bin and right click set the permissions for it (or chmod 755 /root/my-applications/bin/configs2pet into a terminal) or dump the code or parts thereof into a terminal (or highlight the bits in geany you want to run and click the cauliflower icon/use one of the vtg shortcuts (v in the terminal, alt+z on the keyboard...)). makes a folder with subfolders for each of the pets made; you could alter the contents of a folder and then right click it into a pet (there will be a few options that pop up (thanks again, don, et al.)) to further tweak it and/or subsequent versions.

running it on your current installation will give you pets you can click to recover from mistakes or use to port your configurations to other puppies (i didn't include the geany plugins to avoid potential conflict in 64 bit--all the settings should work regardless of pup migrated to so long as they use the target programs: libreoffice, geany, rox, jwm, anything that uses gtk bookmarks). running it on a new installation makes a backup--it's possible the port may not take as you like (especially if you enable panels and pinboards to come over), or that you'd want, for example, pets made of various jwm configurations (just rename the new pets (preferably from the popup--not all ppm like post-renamed pets) and fill in the version number and other details. use unique locations and/or names to avoid overwriting older copies/alternate configurations, though you can also rename the directory before processing and then either right click pet it (don570's right click utility package is included in the spins but will be an add-in pet in the upcoming nwp-6t4.pet) or enter makepet ./[directory-name] in a terminal opened in the folder containing your prospective pet's working directory).


makepet is included on these (and every?) pup, but there's a new version out by rerwin (see http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=107759) if you'd like to install it (at least one version of the next nwp upgrade will include it).

only just begun messing around with the stuff myself, but i see how potentially easy it makes future remasters and migrations--any tweaks needed can be added to the pinstall code--since my next installation will likely be a 64 bit pup run on the same partition i'm currently using for this 32bit xenialpup spin, i know i should add /nwp/jin to a pininstall script, perhaps in addition to /nwp/my1 (keycentric configs defailt), /nwp/roxi, and /nwp/mbm--this will activate the nwp interface, put the bookmarks on the jwm menus (thanks again Mochi), activate my rox shortcuts, bookmarks, and icons, and stop the old-syntaxed trays from getting in my way (just haven't decided which pet to add it to or if it should be part of a pet that combines the lot (as it stands and grows)).

next nwp upgrade will have these built in and possibly a little tweaked (apart from being made available as independent scripts).

i believe without activating /nwp/roxi or the roxicon script it's based on (should be an icon for in /usr/share/applications--will be in next version regardless) the menu shortcuts may not take effect. in the event the original script deactivates the ability to set the shortcuts (i'll paste a copy of my menu2 file so you can look over the lot/see what you may want to adjust), just run/rerun /nwp/roxi (there's also a version of it in /nwp/c, along with many other configuration options, most now recommended against (can be accomplished through /nwp/mae, etc) because they interfere with the newer key, tray, and menu swapping functions).
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PostPosted: Sun 07 Aug 2016, 21:35    Post subject: upgrade for the last series of approximatics and noops
Subject description: desktop icons, menu entries, more convient port, store, migrate, and backup...
 

from installation of p5(jaewm), u6(jaewm), x7, nwp32, nwp-64

Quote:
08/07/16, nwp-mae.pet, an update to all below. it improves the documentation of the elp launcher shortcut, the mae launcher becomes more user friendly (menu entry, desktop file, or mae in launcher make initial setup a little clearer/its options a little more accessible than before), the main, leafpad, geany, permissions, rox, and virtual keyboards get desktop icons (easier setup in non-jwm installations), and there are now some scripts (triplicates in /nwp/pet--click and they make pets of your libre office, geany, etc configs) that make pets of your gtk, rox, jwm, etc configs. launcher sticks them in /root because i've forgotten what i've done with the code that more reliably (relative to "./") finds the current working directory. open up a terminal (~/` key) in a rox folder and conf2p, l2p, g2p, j2p, r2p will place in the folder of your choice what the mae ae menu and main launcher will now place in /root.

use the mae popup and choose either default or keycentric initial configuration from the popup menu. /nwp/roxi; /nwp/c/geanytweak; /nwp/mbm in a terminal then setting the wallpaper pretty much make it into one of the p/u/x (formerly approximately series) spins. will release 6t4/6d4 pet after i try out the current version on xenial64; if it's also got geany 125 i could make a geany tweak and plugins pet that works for both. libreoffice configs swap with no problem between 32 and 64 bit; rox is same and jwm largely is (testing in the newer slacko64 pending, memories of quirky a series behind).

anyway, just install the nwp-mae.pet last so the older nwps don't overwrite the changes (large size is largley documentation and gz compression, though the convenience of duplicated and quadripled scripts is somewhat undeniably bloat, especially if you don't use them to make versions of, for example, the config pet scripts).


not sure if it makes more sense to unpack the debs or allow a pet-directory of debs, which may just be a way to quiet the ppm when batch installing (not sure if my memory of the method failing is reliable or attributing the causes accurately), or if it's better to use something like parchive to batch-extract the folder of debs. i'm going to use the /nwp/pets folder for pets to be installed when migrating, either through clicking them (it's conveniently top level) or p.install scripts (models of which have also found their way into the folder--just relable/make copies of them to reflect the setups they initiate). not sure if unpacking non-pets for pet conversion is an actually necessary step...
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PostPosted: Mon 08 Aug 2016, 01:38    Post subject: 32 and 64 bit base nwp now include the mae upgrae from above
Subject description: 6t4.pet is the current approximatic for tahr 64.
 

the base packages for the 32 and 64 bit nwp now have the mae.nwp upgrade included. the 6t4.pet is double the size (18mb) of the other two because it has the geany, arandr, and megasync pets from earlier included--script in /nwp/pets does a full install (it's based on the old step two script, which partially explains its name--install2.1 --in installs the pets by calling their attention to petget, which should take care of the unpackacking of the debs and the rest), but the 32 bit version just puts the files in place, assumes use of the mae menu to initiate installation of the jwm configs (old syntax). the two 64 bit versions are much the same, but now the pinstall script automatically seds the files in /nwp/root3 over to the newer syntax. desktop files and other updates are included, as is a bugfix for the reverse geanytweak script.

here are the updated pets:

nwp32.1.pet

nwp64.1.pet

nwp6t4.pet
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PostPosted: Tue 09 Aug 2016, 21:46    Post subject: nwp bookmarks (directory layout) as an aemenu
Subject description: rox launcher's only appreciably quick if you know where you want to go
 

the following script dumped into a terminal will give you nwp bookmarks (most of the directory layout, with some of the denser locations merely briefly described) as an aemenu. files and docs and blank folders are meant for user files--add to one of the portconfig pets above (i.e. /nwp/file/custom-directory/andsub) to port sets of files along with your configurations.



Code:
#!/bin/sh
echo $'
cmd "nwp bookmarks"
menu "/nwp/file/docs"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/archive" "rox /nwp/file/docs/archive"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/clipart" "rox /nwp/file/docs/clipart"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Internet" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Internet"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Music" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Music"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/PDF" "rox /nwp/file/docs/PDF"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Screenshots" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Screenshots"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Software" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Software"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Spreadsheets" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Spreadsheets"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/t" "rox /nwp/file/docs/t"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Text" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Text"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/tmp" "rox /nwp/file/docs/tmp"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Videos"rox /nwp/file/docs/Videos
end
menu "/nwp/file"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/0" "rox /nwp/file/0"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/1" "rox /nwp/file/1"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/a" "rox /nwp/file/a"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/archive" "rox /nwp/file/archive"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/b" "rox /nwp/file/b"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/books" "rox /nwp/file/books"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/clippings" "rox /nwp/file/clippings"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/clips" "rox /nwp/file/clips"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/d" "rox /nwp/file/d"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs" "rox /nwp/file/docs"

cmd "rox /nwp/file/docx" "rox /nwp/file/docx"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/draw" "rox /nwp/file/draw"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/etc" "rox /nwp/file/etc"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/h" "rox /nwp/file/h"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/html" "rox /nwp/file/html"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/icons" "rox /nwp/file/icons"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/internet" "rox /nwp/file/internet"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/libs" "rox /nwp/file/libs"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/m" "rox /nwp/file/m"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/mail" "rox /nwp/file/mail"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/misc" "rox /nwp/file/misc"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/movies" "rox /nwp/file/movies"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/music" "rox /nwp/file/music"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/ncd" "rox /nwp/file/ncd"
end
menu "/nwp/file/(continued)"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/odt" "rox /nwp/file/odt"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/paint" "rox /nwp/file/paint"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/pdf" "rox /nwp/file/pdf"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/preotry" "rox /nwp/file/preotry"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/rtf" "rox /nwp/file/rtf"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/screenshots" "rox /nwp/file/screenshots"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/scripts" "rox /nwp/file/scripts"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/software" "rox /nwp/file/software"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/spreadsheets" "rox /nwp/file/spreadsheets"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/t" "rox /nwp/file/t"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/tem" "rox /nwp/file/tem"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/text" "rox /nwp/file/text"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/tmp" "rox /nwp/file/tmp"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/txt" "rox /nwp/file/txt"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/u" "rox /nwp/file/u"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/videos" "rox /nwp/file/videos"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/w" "rox /nwp/file/w"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/web" "rox /nwp/file/web"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/z" "rox /nwp/file/z"
end
cmd "rox /nwp/001" "rox /nwp/001"
cmd "rox /nwp/01" "rox /nwp/01"
cmd "rox /nwp/a" "rox /nwp/a"
cmd "rox /nwp/archive" "rox /nwp/archive"
cmd "rox /nwp/b" "rox /nwp/b"
cmd "rox /nwp/c (install and configs)" "rox /nwp/c"
cmd "rox /nwp/d" "rox /nwp/d"
cmd "rox /nwp/docs" "rox /nwp/docs"
cmd "rox /nwp/dwn" "rox /nwp/dwn"
cmd "rox /nwp/file" "rox /nwp/file"
cmd "rox /nwp/icons" "rox /nwp/icons"
cmd "rox /nwp/keys" "rox /nwp/keys"
cmd "rox /nwp/mc" "rox /nwp/mc"
cmd "rox /nwp/misc" "rox /nwp/misc"
cmd "rox /nwp/notes (location of lpx\'s files)" "rox /nwp/notes"
cmd "rox /nwp/pets" "rox /nwp/pets"
cmd "rox /nwp/pets+sfs" "rox /nwp/pets+sfs"
cmd "rox /nwp/quar" "rox /nwp/quar"
cmd "rox /nwp/root3 (main nwp jwm config files)" "rox /nwp/root3"
cmd "rox /nwp/templates" "rox /nwp/templates"
cmd "rox /nwp/u" "rox /nwp/u"
cmd "rox /nwp/wp" "rox /nwp/wp"
cmd "rox /nwp/z" "rox /nwp/z"

' > /nwp/baek-nwp

echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#launch ae menu of nwp folders
aemenu -rc /nwp/baek-nwp
' > /nwp/baek
chmod 755 /nwp/baek


(looks like screeny will have to be uploaded elsewhere to be viewed, but the syntax is clear enough to show the basic layout and/or functions of the folders (most are blank and arranged in a simple hierarchy--the rox launcher (rl in main launcher, some keyboard shortcut or other...) came first, mostly because nwp itself often takes too long to load (first crack or first few), so i wanted another way into the subdirectories. also, since editing (and checking for extant names/files) is largely done with the geany or leafpad launchers (ll, gl), i rarely have need to be poking around in the nwp folder proper.
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PostPosted: Wed 10 Aug 2016, 01:29    Post subject: the bookmarks generated by the script in the previous script
Subject description: plus a preview of the newest verstion of the result of aef in the main launcher
 





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improved aef menu contains improved documentation (cheat codes for the aemenus on the launcher). still messing around with port,store, config...should probably have just left it alone. anyway, /nwp/bk's not a bad pinstall.sh for your config.pet, nwp or or otherwise (next nwp and approximatic/approximatic upgrade will contain a nwp2pet script, but updating the pieces in geany with the vtg (cp -fRu /nwp/path-to-passenger /nwp/pets/porta-nwp or whatever it ends up being) may possibly be the easiest way to update/keep records of your (rerunnable) updates).

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ll in the main launcher, aeall, then delete what's there and replace with the following. save the file and you've got the aef menu updated to the above (everything else will be in place if you've run the bookmarks script; it's just adding that, the hints, and rectifying the omission of the lpx menu (aef doesn't open to submenus, it just points to other, complete menus)).

Code:
cmd "aemenu menus for nwp functions," "aemenu menus for nwp functions:"
cmd "pwn launch codes in parentheses:" "aemenu menus for nwp functions:"
cmd "nwp and submenus(n)" "/nwp/n"
cmd "word processor (n1)" "/nwp/n1"
cmd "paste and place formatting codes (n2)" "/nwp/n2"
cmd "highlight and select formatting codes (n3)" "/nwp/n3"
cmd "supplemental (s)" "/nwp/s"
cmd "single monitors (1)" "/nwp/1"
cmd "double monitors (2)" "/nwp/2"
cmd "all ae menus (aef)" "/nwp/aef"
cmd "rox nwp shortcuts (baek)" "/nwp/baek"
cmd "pw,n launchers for nwp (pwns)" "/nwp/pwns"
cmd "grids (x and y by 100 pixel increments) (g)" "/nwp/g"
cmd "extra windows manipulation menu (o)" "/nwp/o"
cmd "points on axis y (y)" "/nwp/y"
cmd "points on axis x (x)" "/nwp/x"
cmd "width by fives (w)" "/nwp/w"
cmd "height by fives  (h)" "/nwp/h"
cmd "templates and dual launchers (tem)" "/nwp/tem"
cmd "aemenu dual launchers (dual)" "/nwp/dual"
cmd "aemenu window size and placement (w1)" "/nwp/w1"
cmd "custom geany menu (gg)" "/nwp/gg"
cmd "main ae installation menu (mae)" "/nwp/mae"
cmd "leafpad notetaker (lpx)" "/nwp/lpx"
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PostPosted: Sat 13 Aug 2016, 18:32    Post subject: an update to the baek-nwp aemenu-feeder (baek in launcher)
Subject description: so that it includes some useful puppy config folders the main tree from /
 

Code:
cmd "nwp (and some system) bookmarks:"
menu "puppy file system bookmarks"
menu "selections from root,usr,etc"
cmd "/root/my-applications" "rox /root/my-applications"
cmd "/root/my-documents" "rox /root/my-documents"
cmd "/root/puppy-reference" "rox /root/puppy-reference"
cmd "/root/Startup" "rox /root/Startup"
cmd "/root/Desktop" "rox /root/Desktop"
cmd "/root/Downloads" "rox /root/Downloads"
cmd "/etc/xdg/templates" "rox /etc/xdg/templates"
cmd "/usr/share/applications" "rox /usr/share/applications"
cmd "/usr/share/backgrounds" "rox /usr/share/backgrounds"
cmd "/usr/share/themes" "rox /usr/share/themes"
cmd "/root/Choices" "rox /root/Choices"
cmd "/root/configs" "rox /root/configs"
cmd "/root/Desktop" "rox /root/Desktop"
cmd "/root/Downloads" "rox /root/Downloads"
cmd "/root/.jwm" "rox /root/.jwm"
end
cmd "/archive" "rox /archive"
cmd "/bin" "rox /bin"
cmd "/boot" "rox /boot"
cmd "/DEBIAN" "rox /DEBIAN"
cmd "/dev" "rox /dev"
cmd "/etc" "rox /etc"
cmd "/file" "rox /file"
cmd "/initrd" "rox /initrd"
cmd "/install" "rox /install"
cmd "/lib" "rox /lib"
cmd "/mnt" "rox /mnt"
cmd "/mnt/home" "rox /mnt/home"
cmd "/nwp" "rox /nwp"
cmd "/opt" "rox /opt"
cmd "/proc" "rox /proc"
cmd "/root" "rox /root"

cmd "/run" "rox /run"
cmd "/sbin" "rox /sbin"
cmd "/sys" "rox /sys"
cmd "/tmp" "rox /tmp"
cmd "/usr" "rox /usr"
cmd "/var" "rox /var"
end


menu "/nwp/file/docs"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/archive" "rox /nwp/file/docs/archive"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/clipart" "rox /nwp/file/docs/clipart"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Internet" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Internet"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Music" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Music"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/PDF" "rox /nwp/file/docs/PDF"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Screenshots" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Screenshots"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Software" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Software"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Spreadsheets" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Spreadsheets"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/t" "rox /nwp/file/docs/t"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Text" "rox /nwp/file/docs/Text"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/tmp" "rox /nwp/file/docs/tmp"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs/Videos"rox /nwp/file/docs/Videos
end
menu "/nwp/file"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/0" "rox /nwp/file/0"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/1" "rox /nwp/file/1"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/a" "rox /nwp/file/a"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/archive" "rox /nwp/file/archive"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/b" "rox /nwp/file/b"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/books" "rox /nwp/file/books"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/clippings" "rox /nwp/file/clippings"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/clips" "rox /nwp/file/clips"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/d" "rox /nwp/file/d"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/docs" "rox /nwp/file/docs"

cmd "rox /nwp/file/docx" "rox /nwp/file/docx"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/draw" "rox /nwp/file/draw"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/etc" "rox /nwp/file/etc"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/h" "rox /nwp/file/h"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/html" "rox /nwp/file/html"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/icons" "rox /nwp/file/icons"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/internet" "rox /nwp/file/internet"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/libs" "rox /nwp/file/libs"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/m" "rox /nwp/file/m"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/mail" "rox /nwp/file/mail"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/misc" "rox /nwp/file/misc"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/movies" "rox /nwp/file/movies"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/music" "rox /nwp/file/music"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/ncd" "rox /nwp/file/ncd"
end
menu "/nwp/file/(continued)"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/odt" "rox /nwp/file/odt"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/paint" "rox /nwp/file/paint"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/pdf" "rox /nwp/file/pdf"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/preotry" "rox /nwp/file/preotry"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/rtf" "rox /nwp/file/rtf"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/screenshots" "rox /nwp/file/screenshots"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/scripts" "rox /nwp/file/scripts"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/software" "rox /nwp/file/software"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/spreadsheets" "rox /nwp/file/spreadsheets"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/t" "rox /nwp/file/t"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/tem" "rox /nwp/file/tem"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/text" "rox /nwp/file/text"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/tmp" "rox /nwp/file/tmp"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/txt" "rox /nwp/file/txt"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/u" "rox /nwp/file/u"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/videos" "rox /nwp/file/videos"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/w" "rox /nwp/file/w"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/web" "rox /nwp/file/web"
cmd "rox /nwp/file/z" "rox /nwp/file/z"
end
cmd "rox /nwp/001" "rox /nwp/001"
cmd "rox /nwp/01" "rox /nwp/01"
cmd "rox /nwp/a" "rox /nwp/a"
cmd "rox /nwp/archive" "rox /nwp/archive"
cmd "rox /nwp/b" "rox /nwp/b"
cmd "rox /nwp/c (install and configs)" "rox /nwp/c"
cmd "rox /nwp/d" "rox /nwp/d"
cmd "rox /nwp/docs" "rox /nwp/docs"
cmd "rox /nwp/dwn" "rox /nwp/dwn"
cmd "rox /nwp/file" "rox /nwp/file"
cmd "rox /nwp/icons" "rox /nwp/icons"
cmd "rox /nwp/keys" "rox /nwp/keys"
cmd "rox /nwp/mc" "rox /nwp/mc"
cmd "rox /nwp/misc" "rox /nwp/misc"
cmd "rox /nwp/notes (location of lpx's files)" "rox /nwp/notes"
cmd "rox /nwp/pets" "rox /nwp/pets"
cmd "rox /nwp/pets+sfs" "rox /nwp/pets+sfs"
cmd "rox /nwp/quar" "rox /nwp/quar"
cmd "rox /nwp/root3 (main nwp jwm config files)" "rox /nwp/root3"
cmd "rox /nwp/templates" "rox /nwp/templates"
cmd "rox /nwp/u" "rox /nwp/u"
cmd "rox /nwp/wp" "rox /nwp/wp"
cmd "rox /nwp/z" "rox /nwp/z"





next pet update will have the jwm version and will likely have a baekp and baeks for pcman and spacefm, since the spins include them as of the last update, but you could add that function now by, using thunor as an example, ll in the launcher, baek; rename the launched menu in the file to baek-nwpt, save the launcher code file you just modified as baekt, ch in the launcher, baekt in that launcher, copy the above code and do search and replace--rox for thunor, save it in nwp as nwp-baekt, and you have a version that will open up the folders in thunor. with that name, chmod in the launcher,
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2016, 00:11    Post subject: a script to generate portable versions of the lpx, the note-
Subject description: taking popup (another preview you can grab before the official release).
 

Code:
#!/bin/sh
#for a custom menu made up of your 5x5 notepads:
#cmd "lpx-default" "/nwp/lpx"
#cmd "lpx 1" "/path/to/the/folder(s)"
#cmd "lpx 2" "/in/which/you/chose/to"
#cmd "lpx 3" "/run/mklpx"
#save in /root/my/applications/bin as mklpx, then enter chmod 755 root/my/applications/bin/ into a terminal
#(makes five rungs of five notes, editable in geany current, a new instance of geany, or leafpad (selectable through an aemenu popup, itself editable: add files (or folders) to the folders, highlight them, paste them into the menu file (lpxm) in the subdirectory that gets created following the format you see. or just use it as a notetaker you can sync through dropbox, etc. also works as a clickable script (will generate the subfolder with the note files in whatever directory it's clicked.

mkdir -p ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s
mkdir -p ./lpxportable/notes/n/{01..05}
touch ./lpxportable/notes/n/1 ./lpxportable/notes/n/2 ./lpxportable/notes/n/3 ./lpxportable/notes/n/4 ./lpxportable/notes/n/5
touch ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/6 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/7 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/8 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/9 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/10
touch ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/11 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/12 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/13 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/14 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/15
touch ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/16 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/17 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/18 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/19 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/20
touch ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/21 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/22 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/23 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/24 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/25
 
 
 
 
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#nrung
leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/1| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/2| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/3| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/4| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/5
' > ./lpxportable/rungn
 
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#orung
leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/6| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/7| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/8| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/9| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/10
' > ./lpxportable/rungo
 
 
 
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#trung
leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/11| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/12| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/13| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/14| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/15
' > ./lpxportable/rungt
 
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#erung
leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/16| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/17| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/18| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/19| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/20
' > ./lpxportable/runge
 
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#srung
leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/21| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/22| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/23| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/24| leafpad ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/25
' > ./lpxportable/rungs
 
chmod 755 ./lpxportable/rungs ./lpxportable/runge ./lpxportable/rungt ./lpxportable/rungo ./lpxportable/rungn
 
 
 
 
echo $'
 
 
menu "Leafpad 5x5"
cmd "leafpad-1-5" "./lpxportable/rungn"
cmd "leafpad-6-10" "./lpxportable/rungo"
cmd "leafpad-11-15" "./lpxportable/rungt"
cmd "leafpad-16-20" "./lpxportable/runge"
cmd "leafpad-21-25" "./lpxportable/rungs"
end
 
 
 
menu "open rungs in geany"
cmd "geany-1-5" "geany ./lpxportable/notes/n/1 ./lpxportable/notes/n/2 ./lpxportable/notes/n/3 ./lpxportable/notes/n/4 ./lpxportable/notes/n/5"
cmd "geany-6-10" "geany ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/6 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/7 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/8 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/9 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/10"
cmd "geany-11-15" "geany ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/11 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/12 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/13 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/14 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/15"
cmd "geany-16-20" "geany ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/16 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/17 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/18 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/19 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/20"
cmd "geany-21-25" "geany ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/21 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/22 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/23 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/24 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/25"
end
 
menu "open rungs in geany, new instance"
cmd "geany -i  1-5" "geany -i ./lpxportable/notes/n/1 ./lpxportable/notes/n/2 ./lpxportable/notes/n/3 ./lpxportable/notes/n/4 ./lpxportable/notes/n/5"
cmd "geany -i 6-10" "geany -i ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/6 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/7 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/8 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/9 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/10"
cmd "geany -i  11-15" "geany -i ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/11 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/12 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/13 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/14 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/15"
cmd "geany -i  16-20" "geany -i ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/16 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/17 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/18 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/19 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/20"
cmd "geany -i 21-25" "geany -i ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/21 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/22 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/23 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/24 ./lpxportable/notes/n/o/t/e/s/25"
end
 
cmd "edit rungs, all (geany)" "geany -i ./lpxportable/rungn ./lpxportable/rungo ./lpxportable/rungt ./lpxportable/runge ./lpxportable/rungs"
cmd "edit this menu--leafpad" "leafpad ./lpxportable/lpxm"
cmd "edit this menu--geany" "geany ./lpxportable/lpxm"
 
' > ./lpxportable/lpxm1
 
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
aemenu -rc ./lpxportable/lpxm1
 
 
' > ./lpx1
 
chmod 755 ./lpx1


here's a
Quote:
screenshot of the xpad replacement scheme:

from an earlier version of the nwp (see http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=885043#885043 for more).
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2016, 03:51    Post subject: pet your nwp scripts--for porting and preservation
Subject description: of your files (three versions).
 

Code:
#!/bin/sh
#c2p2 (configs to pet two)
#same as config2pet but includes code to port your nwp configs over to a new nwp (for example, if you used the port/store/backup menu items rather than the config2pet scripts, or if you just generally find yourself modding the same stuff in the nwp every time there's an upgrade. your jwm tweaks and whatever work you do in /nwp/c or /nwp/root3 or else where can be placed in one of the directories and made as part of a portable config pet, or use it as a basis for it's own pet. as with any other part of the current pup you wish to port as pet, just copy the file in its file structure over to the code below (add its path onto the ./configpets/ starting point, creating it advance with the same code prefaced with mkdir -p).
#make a pet of your libre office configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/loconf/root/.config/libreoffice/4/user
cp -fRu /root/.config/libreoffice/4/user ./configpets/loconf/root/.config/libreoffice/4/user
makepet ./configpets/loconf/
#make a pet of your geany configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/geany.conf ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/geany.conf
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/keybindings.conf ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/keybindings.conf
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/ui_toolbar.xml ./configpets/geanyconf/root/.config/geany/ui_toolbar.xml
makepet ./configpets/geanyconf/
#make a pet of your rox configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/
mkdir -p ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/
mkdir -p ./configpets/roxconf/root/.icons/rox-toolbar/
#cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/* ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Bookmarks.xml ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Bookmarks.xml
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Groups.xml ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Groups.xml
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/menus2 ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/menus2
#
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/MIME-icons ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/MIME-icons
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates ./configpets/roxconf/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates
#cp -fRu /root/Choices/ROX-Filer/* ./configpets/roxconf/root/Choices/ROX-Filer
cp -fRu /root/.icons/rox-toolbar/ ./configpets/roxconf/root/.icons/
cp -fRu /root/.gtk-bookmarks ./configpets/roxconf/root/.gtk-bookmarks
cp -fRu /root/.gtkrc.mine ./configpets/roxconf/root/.gtkrc.mine
makepet ./configpets/roxconf/
#backup your jwm configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.jwm/
mkdir -p ./configpets/jwmconf/etc/xdg/templates/
cp -fRu /root/.jwm/jwmrc-personal ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.jwm/jwmrc-personal
cp -fRu /etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc ./configpets/jwmconf/etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc
#backup your themes --jwm
#cp -fRu /root/.jwm/ ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.jwm/
#backup you themes --gtk
#mkdir -p ./configpets/jwmconf/usr/share/themes/
#cp -fRu /usr/share/themes/ ./configpets/jwmconf/usr/share/themes/
#cp -fRu /root/.gtkrc-2.0 ./configpets/jwmconf/root/.gtkrc-2.0
#add a pinstall script:
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#fixmenus
#jwm -restart
#/nwp/jin
#roxicon
' > ./configpets/jwmconf/pinstall.sh
chmod 755 ./configpets/jwmconf/pinstall.sh
makepet ./configpets/jwmconf


mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/
mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/keys
mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/icons


cp -fRu /nwp/001 ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/001
cp -fRu /nwp/01 ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/01
cp -fRu /nwp/a ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/a
cp -fRu /nwp/archive ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/archive
cp -fRu /nwp/b ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/b
cp -fRu /nwp/c ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/c
cp -fRu /nwp/d ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/d
cp -fRu /nwp/docs ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/docs
cp -fRu /nwp/dwn ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/dwn
cp -fRu /nwp/file ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/file
#cp -fRu /nwp/icons ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/icons
#cp -fRu /nwp/keys ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/keys
cp -fRu /nwp/mc ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/mc
cp -fRu /nwp/misc ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/misc
cp -fRu /nwp/notes ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/notes
cp -fRu /nwp/pets+sfs ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/pets+sfs
cp -fRu /nwp/quar ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/quar
cp -fRu /nwp/root3 ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/root3
cp -fRu /nwp/templates ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/templates
cp -fRu /nwp/u ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/u
cp -fRu /nwp/wp ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/wp
cp -fRu /nwp/z ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/z


#copy directory version of keys and icons port are commented out above because, as with the nwp itself, they're large folders i believe it woudl be better to just add copies of your changes/icons/keys/additions than to port over the entire thing by default. i set it to copy over all the personal files from nwp. if you want your puppy personal files ported over as well, you could add
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications
#or, port them nested or to a nwp subfolder:
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents/prev
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/d/my-documents
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/d/my-applications

makepet ./configpets/cusnwp/

Code:

#!/bin/sh
#c2p3
#same as config2pet but includes code to port your nwp configs over to a new nwp (for example, if you used the port/store/backup menu items rather than the config2pet scripts, or if you just generally find yourself modding the same stuff in the nwp every time there's an upgrade. your jwm tweaks and whatever work you do in /nwp/c or /nwp/root3 or else where can be placed in one of the directories and made as part of a portable config pet, or use it as a basis for it's own pet. as with any other part of the current pup you wish to port as pet, just copy the file in its file structure over to the code below (add its path onto the ./configpets/ starting point, creating it advance with the same code prefaced with mkdir -p).
#make a pet of your libre office configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/libreoffice/4/user
cp -fRu /root/.config/libreoffice/4/user ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/libreoffice/4/user
#makepet ./configpets/configs_in_1/
#make a pet of your geany configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/geany/
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/geany.conf ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/geany/geany.conf
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/keybindings.conf ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/geany/keybindings.conf
cp -fRu /root/.config/geany/ui_toolbar.xml ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/geany/ui_toolbar.xml
#makepet ./configpets/configs_in_1/
#make a pet of your rox configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.icons/rox-toolbar/
#cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/* ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Bookmarks.xml ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Bookmarks.xml
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Groups.xml ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/Groups.xml
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/menus2 ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/ROX-Filer/menus2
#
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/MIME-icons ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/MIME-icons
cp -fRu /root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.config/rox.sourceforge.net/Templates
#cp -fRu /root/Choices/ROX-Filer/* ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/Choices/ROX-Filer
cp -fRu /root/.icons/rox-toolbar/ ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.icons/
cp -fRu /root/.gtk-bookmarks ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.gtk-bookmarks
cp -fRu /root/.gtkrc.mine ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.gtkrc.mine
#makepet ./configpets/configs_in_1/
#backup your jwm configs
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.jwm/
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/etc/xdg/templates/
cp -fRu /root/.jwm/jwmrc-personal ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.jwm/jwmrc-personal
cp -fRu /etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc ./configpets/configs_in_1/etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc
#backup your themes --jwm
cp -fRu /root/.jwm/ ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.jwm/
#backup you themes --gtk
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/usr/share/themes/
cp -fRu /usr/share/themes/ ./configpets/configs_in_1/usr/share/themes/
cp -fRu /root/.gtkrc-2.0 ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/.gtkrc-2.0
#add a pinstall script:
echo $'
#!/bin/sh
#fixmenus
#jwm -restart
#/nwp/jin
#roxicon
' > ./configpets/configs_in_1/pinstall.sh
chmod 755 ./configpets/configs_in_1/pinstall.sh
#makepet ./configpets/configs_in_1


mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/keys
mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/icons


cp -fRu /nwp/001 ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/001
cp -fRu /nwp/01 ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/01
cp -fRu /nwp/a ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/a
cp -fRu /nwp/archive ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/archive
cp -fRu /nwp/b ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/b
cp -fRu /nwp/c ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/c
cp -fRu /nwp/d ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/d
cp -fRu /nwp/docs ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/docs
cp -fRu /nwp/dwn ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/dwn
cp -fRu /nwp/file ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/file
#cp -fRu /nwp/icons ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/icons
#cp -fRu /nwp/keys ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/keys
cp -fRu /nwp/mc ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/mc
cp -fRu /nwp/misc ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/misc
cp -fRu /nwp/notes ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/notes
cp -fRu /nwp/pets+sfs ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/pets+sfs
cp -fRu /nwp/quar ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/quar
cp -fRu /nwp/root3 ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/root3
cp -fRu /nwp/templates ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/templates
cp -fRu /nwp/u ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/u
cp -fRu /nwp/wp ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/wp
cp -fRu /nwp/z ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/z


#copy directory version of keys and icons port are commented out above because, as with the nwp itself, they're large folders i believe it woudl be better to just add copies of your changes/icons/keys/additions than to port over the entire thing by default. i set it to copy over all the personal files from nwp. if you want your puppy personal files ported over as well, you could add
#mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-documents
#mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-applications
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-documents
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-applications
#or, port them nested or to a nwp subfolder:
#mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-documents/prev
#mkdir -p ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-applications/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-documents/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/configs_in_1/root/my-applications/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/d/my-documents
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/configs_in_1/nwp/d/my-applications

makepet ./configpets/configs_in_1/

Code:

#!/bin/sh
#nwp2p
mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/
mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/keys
mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/icons


cp -fRu /nwp/001 ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/001
cp -fRu /nwp/01 ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/01
cp -fRu /nwp/a ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/a
cp -fRu /nwp/archive ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/archive
cp -fRu /nwp/b ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/b
cp -fRu /nwp/c ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/c
cp -fRu /nwp/d ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/d
cp -fRu /nwp/docs ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/docs
cp -fRu /nwp/dwn ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/dwn
cp -fRu /nwp/file ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/file
#cp -fRu /nwp/icons ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/icons
#cp -fRu /nwp/keys ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/keys
cp -fRu /nwp/mc ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/mc
cp -fRu /nwp/misc ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/misc
cp -fRu /nwp/notes ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/notes
cp -fRu /nwp/pets+sfs ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/pets+sfs
cp -fRu /nwp/quar ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/quar
cp -fRu /nwp/root3 ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/root3
cp -fRu /nwp/templates ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/templates
cp -fRu /nwp/u ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/u
cp -fRu /nwp/wp ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/wp
cp -fRu /nwp/z ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/z


#copy directory version of keys and icons port are commented out above because, as with the nwp itself, they're large folders i believe it woudl be better to just add copies of your changes/icons/keys/additions than to port over the entire thing by default. i set it to copy over all the personal files from nwp. if you want your puppy personal files ported over as well, you could add
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications
#or, port them nested or to a nwp subfolder:
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents/prev
#mkdir -p ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-documents/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/cusnwp/root/my-applications/prev
#cp -fRu /root/my-documents ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/d/my-documents
#cp -fRu /root/my-applications ./configpets/cusnwp/nwp/d/my-applications

makepet ./configpets/cusnwp/



third version is only the nwp porting (with the option of including some puppy stuff by uncommented a few lines); second version ports all the configs from earlier plus the nwp configs as one pet; first version makes separate pets for each batch of configuration (and personal) files. all versions leave the folder-structure for future pets (i recommend right clicking in rox after renaming the folder (also a right click function) to convert the directory to a .pet) in the same directory in which the pets are created. set the permissions (right click or chab in the launcher--the scripts should be saved (next pet will do it automatically) in root/my applications/bin and/or dragged to the location you'd like to use for pet generation.

anyway, run the smaller one and you won't have to worry about nwp upgrades overwriting your customizations or whatever personal files you keep in its folder structure--the new pets will clobber the older files in nwp, and your custom pet will reclobber (or merely add) with its contents. rename subsequent versions (or make in various locations) so pickier ppms don't give the pet already installed message in the event you need to run your custom version more than once.
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2016, 20:51    Post subject: updates for all nwp releases
Subject description: use the mae2 version for the spins.
 

nwp-64.2.pet

nwp-32.2.pet

nwp-mae2.pet

they overwrite previous changes--use the nwp or config2pet scripts in the mae menu to back up your personal settings to .pet. rox icon templates now allow you to make lpx, the pet configs and other items at a click, plus install menus (aef, mae, the main word processing nwp menu) in folders with the right click menu. my menus2 file has many keyboard shortcuts for these functions, but actual remastering seems to be the only way of reliably transferring them...
(can't get unicorn to take it even with an x restart, but it was set with many of the shortcuts, so can still use most of the file and the templates that transfer over).

here's the new menu (most of the submenus off the right click menus can be given keycuts):

(the wp is a folder of word processing (html format for conversion to pdf or copy paste from a browser to a fuller word processor or other...) templates--just rename and you have batch-templates (you could customize the contents from within the New folder--customize is another right click option) you could call as a group, including or constisting of only file structures and hierarchies, etc.)
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Aug 2016, 20:00    Post subject: composite screeny, a bit more on word processing and
Subject description: porting/remastering.
 

Puppus Dogfellow wrote:


http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m90/augienism/nwpmenutemplatesroxjwmae_zpsa01egwnb.gif


the pets don't install the right click options by default, but /nwp/c has some scripts that will swap out (and back up) your menu2 and .gtkrc (etc) files for those necessary to make the letter shortcuts (right side of screenshot) alterable--this has shown limited success for me on existing installations, always seems to work for remastered isos, sometimes works with merely killall and restarting rox, sometimes works after an x restart---it's not included by default for a reason or two, i guess. the templates for the folder of blank word processing templates, the base mono, serif, and sans set ones, those for config2pet and the menu-here items will be available via right click whether or not the keycuts take or even if no effort is made to install them--they're simply additions made to one of rox's templates folder (seems some pups have two (more?) distinct folders for this, others rely on symlinks...anyway, this tweak doesn't work as consistently as the ae or jwm implementations).

if you want the geany customization menus to function properly, you'll need the plugins installed and the geanytweak script clicked or activated (c/geanytweak in the launcher will activate it, c in the rox launcher (rl main launcher or use the new bookmarks menus) will take you to the folder so you can poke around (mostly install scripts and the location of configurations and customizations you store for future ports/installations through the port/store/configure submenus (mae in the launcher brings one up, but there are few floating around as various jwm submenus))--it swaps in the keyboard, gui, and plugin settings they're expecting.


from

Re: composite screeny, which may be deleted due to hugeness...
shows word processing items as rox right click options, jwm and ae bookmarks menus...


____

if you're using the x7, p5, u6 pets for a woofy remaster, add the rox tweaks to the postinstall scripts and your custom right click in rox shortcuts (other than the number quick links to folders--those should always work with no tweaking regardless) should carry over (overwrite menu2 to include custom changes, .gtkrc.mine to allow them to be set (just press as the mouse or cursor hovers) by the user). if you don't want to add it to a pinstall script, you can just go in and manually swap out the files in /root and /root/config/roxfiler for those in nwp/c or your custom files. pets made with config2pet should also (depending on how much you mess around with pinstall scripts) reproduce your settings (and their alterations-on-the-go) in the remastered pup.

anyway, as 666philb has updated xenialpup, the x7 pet may contain some unneeded stuff, so although the mae2 update updates all previous noops, x7 may be nonetheless a bit out of touch. i'll probably end up redoing p5, u6, and x7, making the 64bit spin a new thread once testing on the pet-install version's done.
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