The script downloads a compatible-distros package DB files and converts them to Puppy standard format.
'0setup' gets called from the PPM when a user wants to update the package database. Thus, the user-interface will need international translations.
I have not used the gettext method, instead it is the "SSS" method, which is documented with MoManager documentation.
The strings from 0setup that need to be translated are now in /usr/share/sss/script_strings/script_strings, which can be done via the MoManager or the file can be edited directly.
Note, 'script_strings' is already in existing pups such as Slacko, Wary and Precise. The latest Woof commit adds extra strings to it.
Comments:Posted on 17 Nov 2012, 4:49 by L 18 L
The extra string is just:
Posted on 17 Nov 2012, 19:31 by BarryK
I don't understand the question.
The modified sss file is /usr/share/sss/script_strings/script_strings, downloadable from the Woof repo. You also need to download 0setup, to /usr/local/petget.
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Posted on 18 Nov 2012, 3:56 by don570
A user has reported success in installing
ubuntu to the new Acer chromebook
"just had my C7 delivered today, downloaded and ran the ChrUbuntu script from these instructions http://chromeos-cr48.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/chrubuntu-1204-now-with-double-bits.html
install went through fine, rebooted into 12.04 but there was an kernal message shown [ 12.157543] sdhci-pci 0000:02:00.1 Invalid iomem size. You may experience problems.
but the desktop loaded, so it was OK..
System details is showing 1.8Gb memory being used which is, i guess, about right :) also says "Graphics Unknown" so i assume ubuntu is not aware of the onboard graphics controller in this Chromebook, but the display looks fine at first glance, i have to test some more"