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PostPosted: Fri 25 Sep 2015, 12:21    Post subject: LxPupTahr-15.09.3 on Asus A555lLX 64bit laptop  

Hi peebee I tried your LxPupTahr-15.09.3 on a 64bit laptop, ASUS A555LB, works OOTB. Very Happy
Great job, thanks.

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PostPosted: Sat 26 Sep 2015, 02:29    Post subject: LxPupTahr-15.09.4  

LxPupTahr-15.09.4 is no longer available - was based on tahrpup64-6.0.3.8

@Corvus - thanks - but you also need to thank 666philb for the underlying tahrpup64

@Tote - thanks

I'm still struggling with the gvfs problem.....

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PostPosted: Tue 29 Sep 2015, 15:45    Post subject: Re: LxPupTahr-15.09.4
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peebee wrote:
I'm still struggling with the gvfs problem.....

not sure if this will help, but do you have this in /usr/libexec? Also, a dependency of gvfs that's not obvious is libsecret. I used libsecret-0.15-x86_64-1.txz from slackware for JL64, but I'm sure there are equivalent debs.

edit:Well, tried the new iso. I guess gvfs trash is a whole different beast. As Gilda Radner once said:

"never mind."
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Oct 2015, 13:01    Post subject: Re: LxPupTahr-15.09.4
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Dry Falls wrote:
peebee wrote:
I'm still struggling with the gvfs problem.....

not sure if this will help, but do you have this in /usr/libexec? Also, a dependency of gvfs that's not obvious is libsecret. I used libsecret-0.15-x86_64-1.txz from slackware for JL64, but I'm sure there are equivalent debs.

edit:Well, tried the new iso. I guess gvfs trash is a whole different beast. As Gilda Radner once said:

"never mind."
Hi Dry Falls

Thanks for your interest and suggestions - appreciated.

I didn't have gvfs-fuse-daemon in /usr/libexec - put your attachment in but it made no difference. I would expect the daemon to be called gvfsd-fuse though (which also isn't in /usr/libexec so I may try to track that down)??

i do have libsecret in the build....

The problem is that gvfsd and then gvfsd-trash are not starting for "some reason"....the reason may be that the symbol DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS is not being exported from dbus-launch..........

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PostPosted: Thu 01 Oct 2015, 13:47    Post subject:  

peebee wrote:

@Corvus - thanks - but you also need to thank 666philb for the underlying tahrpup64


You're right Peebee, I apologize for the oversight. Embarassed
The strange thing is that I tried tahrpup64 6.0.3.7 beta but it doesn't work for me, when X starts up I get a black screen. Confused
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PostPosted: Sun 18 Oct 2015, 06:24    Post subject: LxPupTahr64-15.10.1  

LxPupTahr64-15.10.1 based on tahrpup64-6.0.3.9

Sadly, still exhibits the gvfsd / trash problem.....
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PostPosted: Thu 29 Oct 2015, 18:41    Post subject: 32bit support for LxPupTahr64  

Initial Subjected deleted as it could only cause confusion-- see next two posts.

General Complaint: This is the problem with one thread containing the discussions pertaining to more than one Pup. I appreciate that it may make it easier for the Dev of several related Pups to keep on top of questions. But it makes it far more difficult for users to follow what is being done to what. I don't know when the practice of discussing several Pups in one thread began. I think it was when jejyg69, using Precise pup as a base, developed several different window managers for it.

Regretfully, the Forum is already maze. I strongly recommend that where two or more Pups have fundamentally different core structures, or the evolution of a Pup results in it having a fundamentally different core structure than its predecessor, each such Pup should have its own thread.

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PostPosted: Thu 29 Oct 2015, 19:37    Post subject: Re: 32bit support for LxPup64  

mikeslr wrote:
32Bit Support in the former can be obtained by loading the 32bit_compatibility_libs_tahr64.sfs

Only suitable for LxPupTahr64

LxPup64 is based on Slacko64....

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PostPosted: Sun 15 Nov 2015, 20:53    Post subject: LkPup64  

Just an update on LxPup64-15.05.01

If you install the Slacko 32-bit libs package from-

http://distro.ibiblio.org/puppylinux/pet_packages-slacko6414.1/32bit-libs-slacko6.sfs

it allows the 32-bit-
Google_Earth-6.0.3.2197-luki.sfs
(33M)
from-

http://www.smokey01.com/saluki/sfs/

(Place both in your /mnt/home directory)

to work very nice!! I mean 'Very Nice!!!'

I am assuming that many other 32-bit programs will run as well but I haven't tried any yet.

peebee: You can put a feather in your hat for giving the public this particular 64-bit build and IMHO I would have to think long and hard before updating any of the major functions you already have in this build! It's right up there with the best and in many instances... beyond !

So far in my testing of several other of the latest puppy distro's, this is (so far) the only one that displays the transparency in Conky the way it should be at boot-up. No messing with restart-x, clicking on icons in various fashions, 'It Just Works!'

Also... your 'Top Menu Tray' the way it is now is really a 'simple pleasure' to work with, again IMHO much nicer than the newer version out there... hope you don't change this any too soon!!! (I'm not about to.)

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PostPosted: Fri 01 Jan 2016, 06:30    Post subject: LxPup64-16.01.02  

LxPup64-16.01.02.iso is available

This is a new build of LxPup64 made directly from LXDE components (in the same way as 32-bit LxPup) rather than relying on the Porteus LXDE 64-bit module as per previous builds. Openbox is at version 3.6.1, LxPanel version 0.8.0, PcManFM version 1.2.3

It is a direct derivative of 01micko's latest Slacko64-6.3.0 - it is therefore slackware64-14.1 based and has kernel 4.1.11

The software repository, devx and kernel sources are all as for Slacko64-6.3.0

The iso identifies as Slacko64-6.3.0 and therefore cannot be used to upgrade a previous LxPup64 frugal installation unless the savefolder/file is renamed

The iso is currently a standard iso (i.e. not a hybrid uefi iso)

The differences compared to the 32-bit flavour are: lxpanel rather than lxpanelx (no hide below, no recent docs in menu, different cpu monitor), lxappearance instead of the bespoke version, no options (top-panel and right-clicks are pre-installed).

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PostPosted: Fri 01 Jan 2016, 23:18    Post subject: 16.01.01  

LxPup64-16.01.01

Noticed that the new version doesn't have the 'nice startup features' that xPup64-15.05.01 had??

First .iso load from DVD... LxPup64-16.01.01 wanted to grab the Slacko64 savefile configurations from my HDD (lots of various puppy files on two connected HDD's.) A cold shutdown while still loading prevented that from changing anything in the Slacko64 savefolder. A reboot using pfx=ram at startup got me to the LxPup64-16.01.01 desktop. Installed the flash in the browser, made a few on-line tests at various sites... all went well.

Next... installed some programs from the PPM, and transfered some apps from previous LxPup64-15.05.01 over to LxPup64-16.01.01... all went well. Might add, the transfers were 'extremely fast.'

Decided to shutdown and create a 'multisession DVD' instead of my usual savefile/folder to the HDD on a reboot shutdown.

Everything seemed to go well with the save and we shut down then came the reboot.

Some of my configurations were saved but... I had a new pink 'Slacko64 - yes, logo and all' desktop and the tray was now the NEW STYLE jwm thats in Slacko64 and positioned at the L/H of the desktop screen with brand new type icons?

It appears some more work is needed with the multisession save feature from Slacko64?

Looks promising! Keep up the good work, and glad to be able to test for you.

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PostPosted: Mon 04 Jan 2016, 07:59    Post subject:  

There was a problem in 16.01.01 that obconf did not work with newer openbox-3.6.1 - fixed in new 16.01.02 - see above.

Delta available:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/lxpup/files/Other/LxPup64/LxPup64-16.01.01.iso___LxPup64-16.01.02.iso.delta/download

@sszindian - thanks for the feedback
as noted above:
"The iso is currently a standard iso (i.e. not a hybrid uefi iso)"
so no 'nice startup features' as yet

The 'multisession save feature from Slacko64' is a mystery to me Wink
it may very well get confused by the way I make LxPup64....and not copy the LxPup bits as it doesn't 'know' about them - maybe? Not sure what to suggest other than "don't use this feature".....but you could try just dropping out to the terminal (Log out) and typing xwin startlxde ....

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PostPosted: Thu 25 Feb 2016, 21:00    Post subject: Significance of LxPupTahr-15.10's lack of Trash  

Hi peebee,

I've just done a frugal install of LxPupTahr-15.10 to my Acer AspireOne D270. It appears to be working well. You've posted, and I've noticed, "The lack of Trash".

As I've spent a considerable amount of time using jwm-rox systems, the lack of Trash facilities doesn't concern me much. Usually, when I want to delete something I'm certain about that intent. Moving it to "Trash" and then having to "really delete it forever" seems like a needless expenditure of effort. On the rare occasions when I may want to think about it, I can move files to a folder named "2Be_Deleted" --out of the way, yet recoverable.

I am more concerned that the pcmanfm seems also to lack a "delete" option. Rox, of course, has it and it works well.

But what happens to the file when you use pcmanfm's "move to trash"? (a) Is the file deleted; or (b) moved somewhere and now unrecoverable/hidden? (c) Something else?

You've probably run across my posts in the last year or so indicating that I always employ Frugal installs, run under PupMode 13, setup to never Automatically Save. So you can appreciate that one of the situations I don't want is to have my SaveFile filling up with unwanted files I thought I was permanently removing.

If "move to trash" isn't working as a real "delete", can a real delete be added to pcmanfm's right-click options?

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PostPosted: Fri 26 Feb 2016, 03:06    Post subject: Re: Significance of LxPupTahr-15.10's lack of Trash  

mikeslr wrote:
can a real delete be added to pcmanfm's right-click options?
mikesLr

Hi mikesLr

I'm not on LxPup64-Tahr to check, but I thought I had added the right click options (including permanently delete)? - anyways the .pet to try is attached.

You can also permanently delete in pcmanfm with shift+delete keys

Trashed files are moved to /initrd/mnt/dev_save/.Trash-0 (hidden file)

Cheers
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PostPosted: Wed 12 Oct 2016, 06:08    Post subject: LxPup64-16.10.1  

UPDATED - 15-oct-2016

LxPup64-16.10.1-hybrid is available from Sourceforge

This is a derivative of slacko64-6.9.6.4 (Slacko64-700-Beta2)

- Slackware64-14.2 based
- Kernel 4.1.32 64bit
- Woof-CE 'rationalise' build
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