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pemasu


Joined: 08 Jul 2009
Posts: 5458
Location: Finland

PostPosted: Mon 16 Nov 2009, 15:10    Post subject: Fatgames and Firepup and bookmarks and little bit off topic  

Export bookmarks.html worked. Thank you mikeb. Posting now from my laptop with Ttuuuxx 2.14V16 booting from CD. Wlan intel 4965 agn works like the charm with ndiswrapper and NETw4x32.INF and .sys. Driverpackage from acer ftp site. Connect pinboard icon >> Ndiswrapper after ndiswrapper -i .inf from the CLI worked asap. Well it went off topic, but you never knows if this helps someone.

Happy now. My son playing fatgames puppy and I can test (old) 2.14 series.

With best regards
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puppyiso


Joined: 12 Jan 2009
Posts: 595

PostPosted: Mon 16 Nov 2009, 21:01    Post subject:  

The downloaded size seen by a Chinese Windows XP in a PC internetbar here in somewhere city in China is;

472,602,624 bite which means 450MB. But isn't it supposed to be 470MB?

Is the downloaded size correct?

The internet connection is too slow to download something like 470MB so I went out this incredibly cold day to download in a Chinese PC bar.

I have downloaded again but the file size is the same.

I jut wanna know what others got for the file size.

Plaese someone verify the file size.

John
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gillmaus

Joined: 21 Dec 2006
Posts: 12

PostPosted: Mon 16 Nov 2009, 21:21    Post subject:  

Yes, size seems ok. It was just estimated. There is a MD5 at the mirror: http://www.puppyisos.org/isos/2009-07-to-12/
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puppyiso


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PostPosted: Tue 17 Nov 2009, 10:30    Post subject:  

Thank you. Now I can go ahead to burn it.
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russoodle


Joined: 12 Sep 2008
Posts: 639
Location: Down-Under in South Oz

PostPosted: Wed 18 Nov 2009, 01:41    Post subject: Another mirror, gillmaus..  

gillmaus:
Quote:
PLEASE MIRROR IT CAUSE THE SERVER WILL BE SHOT DOWN SOON!
Uploading to my server now gillmaus, so if users can give it about 4 hours or so....(it's travelling via http at a lousy 25 KB/s coz for some reason i can't get ftp to play nice on the mac, which is why i don't have many more pups'n'stuff up there yet - it takes so long, sorry Rolling Eyes )

Url is: http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/fatgamespup/FATGamespup-216.iso

Please login at the prompt with user: puppy and password: FATgamespup216 Smile

EDIT, several hours later: my apologies to users trying to access this file earlier but the uploaded iso simply vanished from the server in front of my very eyes, so i had to upload it again....it's there now though, so all should be well....i'm sorry for any inconvenience Confused

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Ivansampa

Joined: 04 Oct 2008
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PostPosted: Sat 28 Nov 2009, 09:36    Post subject:  

Youtube in action http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UU6R0wPlqkc
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SteveHoffmanUK

Joined: 03 Dec 2009
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PostPosted: Sun 06 Dec 2009, 12:16    Post subject:  

gillmaus

I'm a Puppy newbie but a seasoned user of Linux Mint. Have been very impressed and amazed at Puppy 4.3.1.

I was very excited when I read about your games compilation, because my daughter had just given me an old Toshiba Tecra 8000 and asked whether I could make it usable by her 3 1/2 year old son, who is becoming a bit of a computer whizz at nursery school (!). Your solution fits me to a T.

So I burned a CD of FATGamesPup but, it has failed to boot. One disk I ran has a kernel panic and the other one hangs when it searches for video devices. Now obviously that points to a bad download or bad CD burn but I haven't been able to run MD5checksum on them because I can't find out how to do MD5checksums.

ON EDIT:

Sidders has saved the day with his Hansamben derivative (see other message), so I won't be pursuing this any more.

If I search the forums, I find MD5 everywhere, but the messages all say "run MD5 checksum on it". Thanks, but nowhere can I find a Howto for actually running it. Which program do I use? I burned with Brasero and asked it to verify, but then it wouldn't allow me access to the CD file, even when I ran it as root. Very frustrating.

Any suggestions or some help with the MD5 would be appreciated. Sorry I am such a newbie about such things.
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TekVahana


Joined: 09 Jul 2008
Posts: 10
Location: Columbia River Gorge

PostPosted: Wed 09 Dec 2009, 06:03    Post subject:  

SteveHoffmanUK wrote:
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If I search the forums, I find MD5 everywhere, but the messages all say "run MD5 checksum on it". Thanks, but nowhere can I find a Howto for actually running it. Which program do I use? I burned with Brasero and asked it to verify, but then it wouldn't allow me access to the CD file, even when I ran it as root. Very frustrating.

Any suggestions or some help with the MD5 would be appreciated. Sorry I am such a newbie about such things.


I don't know how everyone does it, but I just navigate to the directory containing the file to be checked in a terminal window and type 'md5sum a space and the name of the file' and hit enter. A few seconds later the md5 sum of the file is displayed. (The bigger the file the longer it takes.) Then I compare the results to the text file that has the md5 sum to make sure it matches exactly. Hope that helps, Steve.

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TekVahana


Joined: 09 Jul 2008
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Location: Columbia River Gorge

PostPosted: Wed 09 Dec 2009, 06:13    Post subject:  

puppyiso wrote:
The downloaded size seen by a Chinese Windows XP in a PC internetbar here in somewhere city in China is;

472,602,624 bite which means 450MB. But isn't it supposed to be 470MB?

Is the downloaded size correct?

The internet connection is too slow to download something like 470MB so I went out this incredibly cold day to download in a Chinese PC bar.

I have downloaded again but the file size is the same.

I jut wanna know what others got for the file size.

Plaese someone verify the file size.

John


Don't forget that a kilobyte is actually 1,024 bytes, and a megabyte is actually 1,048,576 bytes so for large files it may look a little off while actually being the correct size.
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