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peebee


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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 11:51    Post subject:  

What is the command (like dir2pet) to make a tazpkg from a directory?? I've searched but been unable to find.....
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hamoudoudou

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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 13:52    Post subject: I don't now what Slitaz could be useful to Puppy..  

When i was young, i bought CDs DVDs with main LINUX OS, big or tiny.. When i launched PUPPY, i said 'That is the one'..
I don't know what Slitaz could be useful to Puppy..
Of course i tried Tazpup, and it improves a lot Slitaz.. Pupsave as the main effect.. But all your efforts will now be to get Tazpup as efficient as a true Puppy. But not better, that is impossible. The weak point of Puppy is PPM and dependancies. Slitaz won't help in this matter.
PS / Slitaz is Light because barebone. Just make featured as a Puppy, and Slitaz is bigger than Puppy.. That was said somewhere..
Now, i know that devs don't know what to develop, and they are frightened by new technologies. But here is the way.
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don570


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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 14:04    Post subject:  

The method I have been using is to CD into folder then
Code:
tazpkg pack  <folder name>


For instance if package is named compression.sh-1.8.tazpkg ,
I name the folder compression.sh-1.8

CD out of folder
Code:
cd ..


and the package can be seen if pcmanfm is refreshed.

...But the receipt file might be important because of name of package????

Open up my compression package and see how I wrote the receipt file.
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Right click utility to compress a folder

compression.sh-1.8.tazpkg
Size 5k
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QqUSzI8TQhV20DRN2blzU-OKqMFmrwrl

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s243a

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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 14:06    Post subject:  

peebee wrote:
What is the command (like dir2pet) to make a tazpkg from a directory?? I've searched but been unable to find.....

Quote:

pack

Create a package from a directory prepared in advance or from an unpacked package. It can also manually create a .tazpkg package (see the Cookutils documentation for the automatic creation of packages).
Code:

# tazpkg pack package-version


http://hg.slitaz.org/tazpkg/raw-file/tip/doc/tazpkg.es.html
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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 14:44    Post subject:  

Open up a tazpackage with uextract and see the receipt file

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=992447#992447
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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 15:18    Post subject:  

don570 wrote:
...But the receipt file might be important because of name of package????

Open up my compression package and see how I wrote the receipt file.

You have to create this "receipt file" (equivalent of petspec?) by hand???

dir2pet creates petspec for you....

is there a utility to create the "receipt file"??

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s243a

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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 15:23    Post subject:  

peebee wrote:
don570 wrote:
...But the receipt file might be important because of name of package????

Open up my compression package and see how I wrote the receipt file.

You have to create this "receipt file" (equivalent of petspec?) by hand???

dir2pet creates petspec for you....

is there a utility to create the "receipt file"??


You can use dir2pet and convert instead if you like:

Quote:


convert

Convierte los paquetes en paquetes SliTaz (.tazpkg) (convert o -c).

Supported packages formats:

paquetes Debian (*.deb, *.udeb)
paquetes RPM (*.rpm)
paquetes Slax (*.sb)
paquetes Puppy (*.sfs, *.pet)
paquetes Slackware (*.tgz)
paquetes NuTyX (*.cards.tar.xz)
paquetes Arch Linux / Alpine Linux (*.apk, *.pkg.tar.gz, *.pkg.tar.xz)
paquetes OpenWrt (*.ipk, *.opk)
paquetes 0Linux (*.spack)
paquetes paldo (*.tar.bz2)
paquetes Void (*.xbps)
paquetes Tinycore (*.tce, *.tcel, *.tcem, *.tcz)
Code:

# tazpkg convert alien-paquete



http://hg.slitaz.org/tazpkg/raw-file/tip/doc/tazpkg.es.html
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greengeek


Joined: 20 Jul 2010
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Location: Republic of Novo Zelande

PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 15:42    Post subject:  

Perhaps this info may be in the thread already but I could not find it -

How to turn off tap to click:

- Open a Sakura terminal (applications, utility, Sakura)
- Type the following command:
synclient
- The contents of the synclient config file will be displayed.
- Type the following command:
synclient TapButton1=0

For further info re how to make this change automatically during boot up see this thread:
http://forum.slitaz.org/topic/synaptics-disable-tapmouse-click

Personally I would prefer to learn how to do it the same way I do in puppy: eg: locate the config file, open it in text editor, change the required field and save file, restart flsynclient. But how in slitaz? (flsynclient does not exist)
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Terry H

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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 19:05    Post subject:  

Odd error here running alpha 10, running Save-Manager / Puppy Event Manager > Save Session, to change the Save Interval to 0,+0, -0 to ask for save at shutdown. When I click 'OK' or 'Enter' key to confirm change, it changes the Save Interval to '5', so it is not possible to set save at shutdown via application.

I believe I have changed it to +0 in some earlier versions, I hadn't attempted to change from default in the last few versions.
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Terry H

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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jun 2018, 21:04    Post subject:  

At approximately 18 :30 following doing a new frugal install of alpha 10 I updated the system using tazpkg, the timestamp in /var/log/slitaz/tazpkg.log is more than 1 day in advance of the actual time of the update shown below. The system date and time is set correctly. I am using a save folder carried over from last 3 alphas.
Code:

Extract from /var/log/slitaz/tazpkg.log:
2018-06-03 19:53:27 - Installed - linux (3.16.55) - 896f780b00eaa8c7d8ac8f0c1b6271ac
2018-06-03 19:53:32 - Installed - linux-agp (3.16.55) - b33567abb9217260d1a13c7837a62f75
2018-06-03 19:53:38 - Installed - linux-crypto (3.16.55) - 3c4427ecf9b8483fcc5718e3f43a0718
2018-06-03 19:53:46 - Installe - linux-drm (3.16.55) - a2f11ec86e38bf2ecb8a27f7e73a5783
2018-06-03 19:53:50 d- Installed - linux-firmware (3.16.55) - cca0c98a6e199dc04578f26da14a2a47
2018-06-03 19:53:55 - Installed - linux-hfsus (3.16.55) - 89f655933a87612009a1f7dea2581014
2018-06-03 19:54:01 - Installed - linux-input-touchscreen (3.16.55) - 71578855fb9916e536c843dbbb7303d3slitazisslitazis
2018-06-03 19:54:13 - Installed - linux-sound (3.16.55) - f4c16ee618a14dec2d29001a0353855d
2018-06-03 19:54:21 - Installed - linux-wireless (3.16.55) - 41c8111cd337d490670fc8cb4c348627
2018-06-03 19:54:23 - Installed - syslinux (4.06) - 620329174a1b77fd55265f80b6f19171
2018-06-03 19:54:25 - Installed - syslinux-extra (4.06) - 4940bcaf783bc0d026d1b78ddb1e0bbf
2018-06-03 19:54:27 - Installed - tazlito (507) - 974cb81863b8d18101d535459000e1c3
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s243a

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PostPosted: Sun 03 Jun 2018, 04:58    Post subject:  

I built Synergy_core-1.7.5 in TazPup. It should work but it's too late for me to test it tonight. It depends on Avachi and libdaemon. It was built using the slackbuild scripts. Here are the files:

libdaemon-0.14-i486.pet
libdaemon-0.14-i486.tazpkg

avahi-0.6.31-i486.pet
avahi-0.6.31-i486.tazpkg

synergy_core-1.7.5-i486.pet
synergy_core-1.7.5-i486.tazpkg

I compiled this in TazPupAlpha9, In addition to downloading the required dev packages I created a bunch of wrapper scripts. I don't know if I needed to do this or not.

One thing that stumped me for a bit was that I had to download some packages for the kernal headers, to avoid the error, "c pre processor not sane".

The installed packages on my system when I compiled synergy can be found at:
https://pastebin.com/ADUDGHRb
they are sorted by date. The ones dated "2018-06-03", should be the most relevant to look at to see what one might want on their system to compile synergy. Obviously, not all of these packages are necessary. Some I installed, just because.

Note that one may or may not need to do the following:
Code:

sh-4.4# addgroup -g 214 avahi
sh-4.4# adduser -G avahi -u 214 -S avahi

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PostPosted: Sun 03 Jun 2018, 05:08    Post subject: pFind  

I missed having pFind....basically works - some oddities....
pFind-6.3.tazpkg-false.gz
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mistfire

Joined: 04 Nov 2008
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Location: PH

PostPosted: Sun 03 Jun 2018, 06:35    Post subject:  

Tazpup 5.0 alpha 11 release

* Build from tazpup builder (95% binary files came from slitaz package)
* Fixed eventmanager (thanks Terry H)
* Fixed resizepfile.sh
* Some modifications on tazpanel

NOTE: Please test the tazpkg if its still working and able to download its package dependencies

Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oSAnYXTw3NaT5zZh4CE0Yvs0upIIMYth/view?usp=sharing

Build kit:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GUuN8nH4McbZ2VVAXWlPEgWHpgk9X-9f/view?usp=sharing
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PostPosted: Sun 03 Jun 2018, 06:39    Post subject:  

TIP: TazPup allows installing pet packages by package conversion. Just double click the pet package and the package be will converted to tazpkg format. It also works on other linux distro packages.
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PostPosted: Sun 03 Jun 2018, 11:13    Post subject:  

mistfire wrote:
TIP: TazPup allows installing pet packages by package conversion. Just double click the pet package and the package be will converted to tazpkg format. It also works on other linux distro packages.


Does that work in root yet? In alpha 9 i only works with Tux and on Root I have to do it from the command line.
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