Here are the 4.1.2 fixes:
4.1.2: RAM save interval bugfix
4.1.2: Pmount fix
4.1.2: modem and network bugfixes
4.1.2: 3rd SFS bugfix
4.1.2: modem fix
4.1.2: XDG menu modification
4.1.2: Pmetatagger 2.1
4.1.2: Bugfix for /tmp/versioncleanup
4.1.2: .deb expansion bugfix
4.1.2: ssb module added to initrd
4.1.2: sort applet, init fixed
Comments:Posted on 6 Dec 2008, 7:49 by WhoDo
Great news, Barry! I'm taking 3 weeks holiday over Christmas and New Year so I'll add your fixes to my Unleashed tree and we should have a 4.2alpha early in the New Year - my wife willing of course! :)
Posted on 6 Dec 2008, 8:37 by disciple
Any chance of reinstating pfix=noram?
Today yet another person is asking if its absence is a bug.
Posted on 6 Dec 2008, 9:06 by lwill
Sound Card Config
Today I installed 4.1.1 on a machine (full install PII 233) with a Sound Blaster AWE (PNP). ALSA utility found it and modified the modprobe.conf but did not automatically load on reboot. I had to use the boot manager to force snd-sbawe to load. Is this a last minute bug? I never had to do that before, it 'just worked'.
Posted on 6 Dec 2008, 10:30 by bee
Quitting pfind by closing its window will leave the process running.
Quitting by selecting Quit works correctly.
Is this a bug?
Is it known?
Santa Cruz, California
Posted on 6 Dec 2008, 16:14 by tronkel
Will an updated Unleashed tree be made available for 4.1.2?
Posted on 7 Dec 2008, 8:00 by Mike Lockmoore
Want to include VisiHex?
I've developed a GTK hexadecimal file viewer. The beta is posted at http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=36396.
Have you seen it yet? Would you have any interest in including it in Puppy 4.1.2?
Posted on 7 Dec 2008, 13:45 by BarryK
A GTK hex viewer would be a nice addition to Puppy. I'm not putting anything into 4.1.2, it's strictly a bugfix upgrade. But your app is a contender for 4.2.
Posted on 7 Dec 2008, 18:51 by Dougal
RE: Hex viewer
I think there should probably be plenty of GPL licensed hex viewers out there...