This is forked from Woof, with quite a few changes. For example, no PUPMODEs. I also made various refinements that are not in Woof, such as eliminatiing the multi-arch symlinks (ex linking /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu to /usr/lib), which could be ported to woof-CE if desired.
There are some docs in this blog about these changes.
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12Comments Christina (forum member efiabruni) is the author of pe_pplog, which I use for the blog that you are now reading.
There was a bug discovered recently. If the apostrophe character (') was used in comment titles, the comment was corrupted.
Efiabruni posted a fix:
...the apostrophe fix is in files pe_pplog.pl and blog/sub.pl, and is actually found in both of the patches:
blog/sub.pl: subroutine to replace a ' with &apos
pe_pplog.pl: Disabled bbcode on comments for security reasons
The latter patch also disables bbcode on comments, however I was uncertain about that and did not implement it.
I will need more feedback as to what the security risk actually is.
16Comments I was surprised that the 3.12.x kernel used in Quirky Tahr does not support zram. This is a compressed filesystem in RAM.
I had enabled it in some earlier kernels. It seems to have acquired a new dependency, that caused it to be de-selected when I compiled the 3.12.x kernels.
I have recompiled the 3.12.11 kernel, with these changes:
have added support for zram, builtin.
have changed aufs from module to builtin.
device drivers -->
staging drivers -->
[*] memory allocator for compressed images (CONFIG_ZSMALLOC)
<*> compressed ram block device support (CONFIG_ZRAM)
file systems -->
miscellaneous file systems -->
<*> aufs support
I want zram support, as I am playing with an idea for building Quirky as a live-CD. Don't know how far I will go with this, just thinking about a live-CD that boots up and runs totally in ram, using zram.
Note, not currently thinking about using aufs, even though have changed it to builtin.
The PET (25.2MB):
5Comments There is a new Puppy released!
Mick (01micko on the Puppy Forum), is the coordinator of the Slacko series, built with Slackware binary packages.
The announcement on the Forum:
Download links are given on Mick's site:
Full announcement and release notes:
Feedback and bug reports here:
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