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by Rava
23 Jul 2021, 19:34
Forum: x86_64 xzm module requests
Topic: Audacity alternative?
Replies: 4
Views: 1252

Audacity alternative?

rezound-x86_64.xzm (3 M) http://www.mediafire.com/file/iwr5e0m6b0d5eat/rezound-x86_64.xzm md5sum: ce158f1c0d909cd624e1014ec941ba2d rezound-x86_64.xzm Lovely, especially its size. (I dislike it that its GUI disregards my reverse aka dark colour scheme, though :( ) Do you know, by any chance, if it i...
by Rava
01 Jul 2021, 12:45
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Howto: Popular AppImages one click away
Replies: 161
Views: 64065

Howto: Popular AppImages one click away

from the snap site: https://snapcraft.io/photoscape: Note: This Windows application runs on Linux using the Wine compatibility layer. it is available as Snap package and according to wikipedia Snap relies on systemd for features such as running socket-activated system services in a Snap Is an AppIm...
by Rava
29 Jun 2021, 17:47
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Howto: Popular AppImages one click away
Replies: 161
Views: 64065

Howto: Popular AppImages one click away

Has anyone found PhotoScape as AppImages?
Wikipedia article: PhotoScape
According to that for Linux it is available as a Snap package.

(Tried searching the sites from post #1, but not all respond, for now e.g. https://www.linux-apps.com/browse is not responding. The ones I could search found nil.)
by Rava
02 Jun 2021, 23:42
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Browser update
Replies: 5
Views: 1928

Browser update

have seen this in a lot of scripts recently, i guess that with some recent xargs update 'the rules' have been tightened around this... and technically, a warning is not an error :) i will get around to cleaning this up, though .. thanks Makes sense that they changed the code when the warnings are a...
by Rava
02 Jun 2021, 18:05
Forum: XFCE
Topic: l3afpad no drag&drop?
Replies: 0
Views: 1098

l3afpad no drag&drop?

Why does drag&drop not work with l3afpad? (It also never worked with leafpad)? Is there a tweak necessary go get l3eafpad to accept a text file that got dragged & dropped onto its window from Thunar? When I already have the correct folder open and want to reuse a running l3eafpad, simple a drag&drop...
by Rava
02 Jun 2021, 17:46
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Browser update
Replies: 5
Views: 1928

Browser update

I just ran update-browser -d -p with a manually downloaded palemoon-29.2.0.linux-x86_64-gtk3.tar.xz and got these errors: xargs: warning: options --max-args and --replace/-I/-i are mutually exclusive, ignoring previous --max-args value xargs: warning: options --max-args and --replace/-I/-i are mutua...
by Rava
02 Jun 2021, 17:37
Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
Topic: Why is Porteus-installer-for-Linux.com needed for booting Porteus via USB?
Replies: 21
Views: 4779

Why is Porteus-installer-for-Linux.com needed for booting Porteus via USB?

Just a reminder, any OS - any Linux, but also e.g. BSD - could be loaded from the same USB drive that has Porteus installed, when you can figure out the needed syntax for it. :) Just a tip.
by Rava
02 Jun 2021, 17:34
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Howto: Popular AppImages one click away
Replies: 161
Views: 64065

Howto: Popular AppImages one click away

A (deprecated) method of manually generating an AppImage follows: $ mksquashfs Your.AppDir Your.squashfs -root-owned -noappend $ cat runtime >> Your.AppImage $ cat Your.squashfs >> Your.AppImage $ chmod a+x Your.AppImage Here is the official Packaging Guide . When I read the code correct.it should ...
by Rava
18 Mar 2021, 18:53
Forum: Community effort
Topic: Internet Radio
Replies: 13
Views: 5220

Internet Radio

^

Indeed the best part of the script is that its easily changed.
by Rava
12 Mar 2021, 09:13
Forum: Community effort
Topic: Internet Radio
Replies: 13
Views: 5220

Internet Radio

This simple script can easily be adapted /changed /supplemented. Nice script, but since only one station worked - the one that interests me the least (the Musicalradio one) - I changed the script to see what possible errors ffplay reports, like so: ffplay -x 300 -y 100 -window_title "${TITLE}" -hid...
by Rava
09 Mar 2021, 19:41
Forum: i486 xzm module requests
Topic: netsurf for Porteus 4.0
Replies: 15
Views: 6776

netsurf for Porteus 4.0

raja wrote:
07 Mar 2021, 17:03
Netsurf's javascript ability is just baby steps.
what do you mean by that?
that its incomplete js?
by Rava
05 Mar 2021, 21:57
Forum: i486 xzm module requests
Topic: netsurf for Porteus 4.0
Replies: 15
Views: 6776

netsurf for Porteus 4.0

netsurf-3.9-i586 it runs, but it acts weird. I allowed javascript and changed the search engine to duckduckgo.com When doing a search, I cannot highlight and copy any text. e.g. I searched for "netsurf nightmode" one of the hits is wiki.ubuntuusers.de/NetSurf/ - but unlike how ddg behaves in palemo...
by Rava
02 Mar 2021, 17:50
Forum: i486 xzm module requests
Topic: netsurf for Porteus 4.0
Replies: 15
Views: 6776

netsurf for Porteus 4.0

Yes...Porteus-4.0-i586-LXQT in my old laptop..2007 make..Intel T2060 CPU (32bit) with 2GB memory. I do have v3.22 LXDE also. and your netsurf 3.9 module works? care to share it? something else to consider: try ./configure --help in the source and see if there's a way to 'build without docs' or simi...
by Rava
01 Mar 2021, 22:33
Forum: i486 xzm module requests
Topic: netsurf for Porteus 4.0
Replies: 15
Views: 6776

netsurf for Porteus 4.0

<r>dZ0TFR tip is of no help, the link already exists. <CODE><s>[code]</s>root@porteus:/lib# ls -o libc-2.27.so libm.so.6 -rwxr-xr-x 1 root 2037376 2018-02-06 05:11 libc-2.27.so lrwxrwxrwx 1 root 12 2018-04-22 20:37 libm.so.6 -> libm-2.27.so<e>[/code]</e></CODE> Tomorrow, if I find the time I try ncm...
by Rava
28 Feb 2021, 17:54
Forum: i486 xzm module requests
Topic: netsurf for Porteus 4.0
Replies: 15
Views: 6776

netsurf for Porteus 4.0

perl is pretty finicky, i've found you can't just use any old package.. best to compile it exactly for the perl version you're using.. https://slackbuilds.org/repository/14.2/perl/perl-html-parser/ but first: https://slackbuilds.org/repository/14.2/perl/perl-html-tagset/ Indeed, calling perl finick...