Experimental unofficial Puppy 4.3.2

Here it is again, with the fix for ROX-Filer:

http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/puppylinux/test/puppy-4.3.2-experimental1/

The ISO has all the modem drivers in it, which is why it is a bit big (112MB). SCSI drivers are missing.

There is a forum thread for feedback:

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=52280

I'm only really interested in bug reports of a certain type: if something worked in 4.3.1 but not in this 4.3.2 build. It would be nice to know about the reverse also: something that did not work in 4.3.1 and does in 4.3.2.

I must reiterate that I did not create this with the intention that it will be the next official 4.3.2 release. I'm mostly just wanting to know that Woof builds a sane Puppy 4.x.


Posted on 8 Feb 2010, 17:18


Comments:

Posted on 8 Feb 2010, 20:01 by 01micko
delta.. careful
Hi Barry

I started to download the delta file then realised I only have the pup-431-small iso... that wouldn't work.

Cheers


Posted on 9 Feb 2010, 6:57 by wombat01
432
Barry 432 stops loading when the "Loading Kernel Module" message appears.

md5sum matches so the download was good.

I will try another burn tonight.

Grant (smokey01)


Posted on 9 Feb 2010, 13:07 by 01micko
bug
Hi Barry

I thought I better report this one straight away, a bug in dir2pet. I made a simple script based pet and it failed ... see the forum thread lobster started.

I suppose it would have implications for all woof builds from the latest woof. I should have tested your scripts posted on the forum, I'm guessing people downloaded but didn't test! Plenty have downloaded!

Cheers


Posted on 9 Feb 2010, 14:34 by 01micko
No bug
Sorry, no bug, oops.

Didn't realise I couldn't make a pet while running "pfix=ram". Or should I be able to?

It works fine after I make a pupsave.


Posted on 9 Feb 2010, 18:10 by x
430small xdeata 432
xdelta pup-430-small to 432 by any chance anyone? only have the 431pet fix.


Posted on 9 Feb 2010, 18:42 by amigo
ROX-fix
Barry, can you elaborate on the fix to ROX? Was this related to the GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS? Where is the patch with the changes?


Posted on 9 Feb 2010, 19:59 by BarryK
ROX-fix
Recent blog post:

http://bkhome.org/blog/?viewDetailed=01389



Posted on 9 Feb 2010, 23:18 by DaveS
Damn Good
Odd really, I really like this version. OpenOffice SEEMS to render better and the screen SEEMS to redraw quicker. No bugs in the .iso, but I found Petmaker would not work with included dir2pet. Swapped it for one in 4.3.1 and it is fine.
I love the way your stuff has so few bugs, really helps a dunce like me................


Posted on 10 Feb 2010, 21:51 by amigo
RE: ROX-fix
Okay, thanks, Barry. But, I thought you had maybe found the offending code in ROX and had patched it to fix it. I looked around a lot the other day regarding this problem and only found real fixes for eclipse and some other program, although problems were reported with many programs. I did find a fix for GTK itlsef which lets the GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS propogate for any child windows -might give a clue as to where/how to disable the offending code in GTK. In the end though, programs themselves will have to be fixed.


Posted on 11 Feb 2010, 5:51 by wombat01
432
Barry it must have been a bad burn as the next burn worked fine.