One thing that I have done is remove Shinobar's 'pupsaveconfig'. After using it for awhile, I feel that there are too many questions and steps at shutdown. Also, as I run my puppies from live-CD and do a lot of rebooting, I got very annoyed having to reinsert the CD and press ENTER key each time.
I can conceive of a simpler way of implementing an X GUI for the pupsave, so will revisit this later.
Interesting, this was my first need to use 'bones diff' to compare the commits where Shinobar's changes were introduced, and I was easily able to restore the previous files.
Comments:Posted on 3 Jan 2010, 19:27 by shinobar
too many questions?
A Puppy New Year, Barry!
Tnx for testing my GUI, pupsaveconfig.
You sais>there are too many questions and steps at shutdown.
Strange! I have just tryed to keep your messages and questions at shutdown. The original rc.shutdown brings many questions and steps. My pupsaveconfig is not more or less.
anyway i am looking forward to the simpler GUI.
Posted on 3 Jan 2010, 19:52 by BarryK
I would have to look at again to recall exactly.
One thing I think was when I choose Menu>Shutdown>Poweroff computer, up came the X GUI, and I just accepted everything by clicking OK buttons, then I had to choose Menu>Shutdown>Poweroff again to shutdown.
Your implementation is good, but I'll hack it to suit me
Posted on 4 Jan 2010, 11:43 by shinobar
Tnx for the comment Barry.
I'll try to refine the pupsaveconfig.
And of cource your hack is welcome.
Posted on 4 Jan 2010, 16:05 by x
too many questions??
not enough questions! add one more question, "Do you want to see the GUI (or whatever it is called)on the next shut down". also need to have a toggle for which shutdown or gui/process, in the main menu. problem solved.