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jrb


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PostPosted: Thu 08 Apr 2010, 22:29    Post subject:  

efgee wrote:
Will the next version be based on Ubuntu?

I've been waiting to see which version would win out to become Puppy5 before issuing any new puplets. But I think I will only be issuing barebones puplets from now on. People can add on what they want with .pets, .debs, .sfs's (with SFS-TCZ_Linker of course), etc.

I've even thought the answer might be to issue a few files that will allow people to build up their own version using woof. Kind of like a recipe. Woof is really easy to use once you get past the first few setup steps.

We'll see, I think Puppy has an exciting future.

Cheers, J
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PostPosted: Thu 08 Apr 2010, 23:42    Post subject:  

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I've even thought the answer might be to issue a few files that will allow people to build up their own version using woof.


Please do
This is how puplets developed.
The first time I tried to create a puplet it was difficult.
Now it so easy a penguin could do it. Wink

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efgee

Joined: 08 Apr 2010
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PostPosted: Fri 09 Apr 2010, 16:05    Post subject:  

jrb wrote:
efgee wrote:
Will the next version be based on Ubuntu?

... But I think I will only be issuing barebones puplets from now on. People can add on what they want with .pets, .debs, .sfs's (with SFS-TCZ_Linker of course), etc.

Whatever you decide... thank you in advance!

jrb wrote:

I've even thought the answer might be to issue a few files that will allow people to build up their own version using woof. Kind of like a recipe. Woof is really easy to use once you get past the first few setup steps.

This would be very cool, and appreciated.

Actually if you need more prepared files in order to create sfs files, here:
http://download.igelle.com/igelle/dsv/1.0/sources/
are all the sources of the open source linux files that the Igelle people used to build Igelle.

And here:
http://download.igelle.com/igelle/dsv/1.0/i686/apps/
are all application files already packed as sfs files with all dependencies in them (don't know though if they differ from the ones Puppy uses).
Also here:
http://download.igelle.com/igelle/dsv/1.0/i686/apps/sources/
are the sources of the apps.

jrb wrote:

We'll see, I think Puppy has an exciting future.


Wouldn't this be something... Very Happy

Thanks
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kenshen

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PostPosted: Tue 20 Jul 2010, 18:49    Post subject: awsom  

this idea is very cool and i like it
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