Shutdown dialog bug

I fixed a little bug in the rc.shutdown script. In first shutdown frugal install, a dialog asks if you want to create a save-file. The buttons are supposed to be labeled, but they only display the default <Yes> <No>. This is actually a bug (or feature) of recent versions of 'dialog'. Anyway, I fixed it.


Posted on 26 Sep 2010, 8:07


Comments:

Posted on 26 Sep 2010, 21:52 by Iguleder
Safe browsing
Barry, I have something nice you could integrate in Woof, the "safe browsing" thing from dpup. Could be a good addition, like the ad blocker.

It runs the default browser as the "nobody" user and deletes the profile directory once the browser exits. At the moment it's used in Puppy Squeeze 005 with Seamonkey and it works very well.

It's kinda easy to make it work with all browsers, but Opera is problematic - it forks when you run it.


Posted on 26 Sep 2010, 23:02 by Terryphi
Safe browsing already there
What Iguleder suggests is unnecessary for most mainstream browsers other than Seamonkey.

Opera 10.62 already has the safe browsing option built in:

File>New Private Tab

Firefox 3.6.10 has:

Tools>Start Private Browsing

Chromium 6 has New Incognito Window.


Posted on 27 Sep 2010, 2:21 by gcmartin
Browsing
Barry was there possibly an oversite with SeaMonkey inthe latest Quirky? Seems rather dated for some reason....Probably an accident.


Posted on 27 Sep 2010, 2:25 by GCMartin
Browsing
Barry was there possibly an oversite with SeaMonkey inthe latest Quirky? Seems rather dated for some reason....Probably an accident.

I see this when Desktop starts and I, say, click Help. This "base" is my indicator.