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Simple Network Wizard Displays After Frisbee Installed
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johnywhy

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Jul 2012, 11:28    Post subject:  Simple Network Wizard Displays After Frisbee Installed  

-i booted a fresh Lupu 5.2.8-05, with no existing pupsave.
-in "Personalize", i changed nothing.
-then, cancelled the internet connection dialog that automatically comes up.
-then, installed Frisbee from the Internet menu, and connected to my wifi.
-then, rebooted, creating a pupsave in the same partition as the puppy install.
-on boot, frisbee automatically tells me it's connected to my wifi. so far, so good.

-but then, the BK simple connection wizard comes up again, automatically, even tho Frisbee was already installed and connected.

not a fatal error-- i just closed the BK wizard.

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Jul 2012, 16:51    Post subject:  

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but then, the BK simple connection wizard comes up again, automatically, even tho Frisbee was already installed and connected.

I think I understand why that happened--it was part of getting the connection wizard to come up automatically if no connection. It should only happen once (I hope). But let me know if it happens again. Thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu 12 Jul 2012, 20:43    Post subject:  

saw it again, but the context may have been slightly different. I believe it was a different install than the one above.

i believe the context above was a frugal. This 2nd occurance was definitely a usb flash boot.

this time, it happened after more than one session, with normal boot/shutdown.

The flash saver had saved several times.

Then my laptop battery ran out during the session, so i was booting from a crashed session.

It appeared while i was in the puppy control panel, checking the hardware time (which i cancelled out of, because it was correct), and the software time (which needed to be changed after the battery crash).

thanks for everything.

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