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666philb


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PostPosted: Sat 21 Mar 2015, 19:31    Post subject:  

radky wrote:


Hi 666philb,

Is the following format OK?

OpenSSL: 1.0.1f 6 Jan 2014, built on: Fri Jan 9 17:52:35 UTC 2015


yes that's perfect

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PostPosted: Sat 21 Mar 2015, 19:31    Post subject:  

The developer of tahrpup (666philb) has requested a feature update for Pup-SysInfo-2.6.

Consequently, an updated Pup-SysInfo-2.6.pet is currently available at the download link in the first post.

Specifically, the OpenSSL report now displays the build date, and the Bash report is adjusted for non-English locales.

Since the initial upload was only hours ago, the version number of Pup-SysInfo-2.6 has not changed.

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PostPosted: Sun 22 Mar 2015, 09:35    Post subject:    

Thank you for quick responses and fixes, radky.
These tools are great indeed.

Godspeed!
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PostPosted: Sun 22 Mar 2015, 17:41    Post subject:  

radky,

Just to let you know your improvements have been noticed.
Your programs, that are in Tahrpup, have been updated using Tahrpup updates.

Thanks for the bug fixes and improvements!!
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PostPosted: Mon 23 Mar 2015, 10:16    Post subject:  

Griot, bigpup and 666philb,

Thanks for your kind comments! Smile

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PostPosted: Wed 28 Oct 2015, 22:18    Post subject:
Subject description: Pup-SysInfo-2.6.1
 

Pup-SysInfo-2.6.1. See first post.
- Updated network report to accurately detect the status of firewall_ng (Puppy's new firewall).
- Bugfix: display of log reports failed if special control-code characters present.

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PostPosted: Thu 17 Dec 2015, 01:18    Post subject:  

Hi radky, in

/usr/local/Pup-SysInfo/Pup-SysInfo
line 324

Code:
<action>report-video -q 2>/dev/null > /tmp/pup-sysinfo.txt </action>


You pass -q to report-video... is there any reason for that?, as far as I know, this script does not require any parameters.

The woofce's report-video is about to be sensitive to parameters, see:

https://github.com/puppylinux-woof-CE/woof-CE/pull/675/files
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PostPosted: Thu 17 Dec 2015, 15:02    Post subject:  

jlst wrote:
You pass -q to report-video... is there any reason for that?, as far as I know, this script does not require any parameters.

Hi jlst,

If I recall correctly, forum member TaZoC created the original report-video utility and he included the -q parameter which provided an optional (quiet) report without calling the GUI.

TaZoc changed the name of his utility to video-info on 21-Jan-2013, so the -q switch is no longer valid in the current Puppy report-video.

I'll prepare an update for PupSysInfo.

Thanks for the report!

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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jan 2016, 10:55    Post subject:
Subject description: Pup-SysInfo-2.6.2
 

Pup-SysInfo-2.6.2. See first post.
- Bugfix: The original -q (quiet) parameter of report-video is no longer valid in Woof-CE and is now removed from PupSysInfo's video report.
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PostPosted: Sat 26 Mar 2016, 10:51    Post subject:
Subject description: PupSysInfo-2.6.3
 

PupSysInfo-2.6.3. See first post.
- Add 'Actual Free RAM' and 'Actual Used RAM' to Memory report
- Bugfix: understatement of total size of savefile (Personal Storage Report)
- Bugfix: failed detection of available space in savefolder (Personal Storage Report)
- Bugfix: failed 'grep' when generating lspci reports with special characters
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PostPosted: Sat 26 Mar 2016, 13:00    Post subject:  

Many thanks, radky.
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PostPosted: Sat 26 Nov 2016, 12:08    Post subject:
Subject description: PupSys-Info-2.6.5
 

PupSys-Info-2.6.5
- Adjust the memory (personal storage) report to correctly parse the single-tmpfs architecture of the new Woof-CE init (gyro 2016)
- Continue support for the multiple-tmpfs architecture of legacy Pups

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PostPosted: Wed 01 Feb 2017, 15:02    Post subject:
Subject description: PupSys-Info-2.6.6
 

PupSys-Info-2.6.6
- Bugfix: failed modprobe for Cpu temperature detection in some legacy AMD and Intel Pentium processors
- Bugfix: inaccurate display of WiFi signal strength at 100%

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PostPosted: Thu 02 Feb 2017, 21:09    Post subject: PupSysInfo-2.6.6
Subject description: Bit Capable
 

I have just discovered Pup-Sysinfo System Information on TahrPup 6.0.5 after using Linux Puppies for several years. It appears very useful to me, but I have a few concerns.

The version of PSI which I had was 2.6, but I saw that the latest seems to be 2.6.6. I down loaded the pet of 2.6.6 and installed it. It seems to have replaced the older version I had. Is this a good way to update this (or other) Puppy applications?

I was very pleased to see that the Mainboard > CPU > shows a Bit Capable number. I need a good easy way to determine the bit capable of the specific computer which I am using. I am responsible for several barebones computers without hard drives running Puppy Linux from a USB memory stick. I have been trying to use the command line to get this information. This seems to differ from the value I get from PSI. This is troubling. I am not good on the terminal, but I can usually, but not always, get a reply from a command for that information. Sorry, I do not have that command which I found on the internet. Actually SSI gives a 64 bit capable report on every machine I have looked it up on. I was sure that some of these were 32 bit machines, and that the command line said so.

Please, someone, enlighten me. There seems to be a wealth of information easily available using SSI. I am very glad i found it. I regret not having seen it before. I bet I am missing a lot of other valuable tools.

Thanks!

Peter
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PostPosted: Fri 03 Feb 2017, 00:07    Post subject:  

Hi Peter,

As true for most Puppy utilities, each release of PupSysInfo installs to the same directory.

This assures a consistent path in the file system for all versions.

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PupSysInfo uses the Puppy-standard dmidecode utility to define CPU architecture.

For 64-bit processors, 'dmidecode -t 4 | grep capable' returns '64-bit capable' and this is what you see in the PSI report.

The dmidecode utility reports information about the system's hardware as defined in the system BIOS. Consequently, the accuracy of the dmidecode report is only as accurate as the information encoded in the BIOS by manufacturers, and this may vary depending on the manufacturer or BIOS version.

Alternatively, you can grep for the 'lm' flag in /proc/cpuinfo.

grep -o -w 'lm' /proc/cpuinfo | sort -u

The lm flag (if present) indicates 'Long mode' or 64-bit CPU

Thanks for your comments!

Edit: Maybe you could PM moderator Flash and request removal of your duplicate post in the Utilities forum. (thanks)

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