ArchLinux packages manager for Porteus

Here is a place for your projects which are not officially supported by the Porteus Team. For example: your own kernel patched with extra features; desktops not included in the standard ISO like Gnome; base modules that are different than the standard ISO, etc...
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Post#661 by beny » 14 Jul 2021, 16:30

hi in porteus 5 this app work but i have added first this:/mnt/live/memory/images/001-core.xzm/var/log/packages/fuse-2.9.9-x86_64-3 i don't know if it is this ok with appimage.

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Post#662 by beny » 14 Jul 2021, 18:10

ps:is an empty container...trash,well have trouble with elektron and also you have to change something in kernel config,if you have issue with,so i don't think is useful.

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Post#663 by M. Eerie » 14 Jul 2021, 19:46

Maybe this doc can help
:)
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Post#664 by maia » 16 Jul 2021, 21:47

neko wrote:
14 Jul 2021, 09:36
@maia
[dot.AppImage file execution problem]
[All mount]
[password change]
Thanks.
Neko, thanks by reply. :)
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Post#665 by maia » 16 Jul 2021, 21:49

babam wrote:
14 Jul 2021, 09:53
Maybe AppImage doesn't like fuse3
:D
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Post#666 by maia » 16 Jul 2021, 21:51

beny wrote:
14 Jul 2021, 16:30
hi in porteus 5 this app work but i have added first this:/mnt/live/memory/images/001-core.xzm/var/log/packages/fuse-2.9.9-x86_64-3 i don't know if it is this ok with appimage.
I will try this suggestion :)
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Post#667 by ncmprhnsbl » 17 Jul 2021, 12:29

maia wrote:
16 Jul 2021, 21:49
babam wrote:
14 Jul 2021, 09:53
Maybe AppImage doesn't like fuse3
:D
beny wrote:
14 Jul 2021, 16:30
hi in porteus 5 this app work but i have added first this:/mnt/live/memory/images/001-core.xzm/var/log/packages/fuse-2.9.9-x86_64-3
in porteus-5.0-rc2&3, we've made a symlink "fusermount" to fusermount3, and i've had no problems with appimages.
the only time i've needed fuse(2) is when compiling something that looks for it, and even then, once compiled it's ok with fuse3.
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Post#668 by maia » 17 Jul 2021, 12:58

ncmprhnsbl wrote:
17 Jul 2021, 12:29
[in porteus-5.0-rc2&3, we've made a symlink "fusermount" to fusermount3, and i've had no problems with appimages.
the only time i've needed fuse(2) is when compiling something that looks for it, and even then, once compiled it's ok with fuse3.
It worked for me. thanks. :)
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Post#669 by babam » 17 Jul 2021, 14:00

Appimage should be a bit smarter if it doesn't find fusermount then use fusermount3
Sorry, my English is bad.

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Post#670 by maia » 22 Jul 2021, 00:05

I went to test the latest Iso version APorteus-v21.07.18-x86_64 installed on a partition and got stuck during boot. I managed to make it work just replacing it with the kernel from the previous Iso APorteus-v21.07.13-x86_64.

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Post#671 by neko » 23 Aug 2021, 11:51

"APorteus ISO Builder" was updated to 21.08.23.
The example of APorteus ISO that was built by the new "APorteus ISO Builder".

==== Language: Japanese, English ====
APorteus-XFCE_ja-v21.08.23-i486.iso (612 M)
APorteus-XFCE_ja-v21.08.23-x86_64.iso (615 M)
APorteus-BUDGIE_ja-v21.08.23-x86_64.iso (634 M)

Please refer to ArchLinux packages manager for Porteus (Post by neko #36689)

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Many add-on-packages are prepared in APorteus-XFCE/BUDGIE_ja-v21.08.23-XXX.iso.
These can be gotten easily without "ArchLinux Simple Package Manager".
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GUI menu: System ---> [Get Addon Packages]

------[Choice in Browse entry]------
firefox: 72M (most recent version)
seamonkey: 53M (most recent version) the all-in-one internet application suite formerly known as the "Mozilla Application Suite"
*google-chrome: 99M (most recent version)
slimjet: 84M (most recent version) built on top of the Chromium open-source project.
vivaldi: 96M (most recent version) the new web browser from former Opera founder & team members, based on Chromium.
*adchrome: web browser
*min: 70M (most recent version) the minimal, simple, fast and cross-platform web browser.
*edge: 126M: Microsoft Edge (Beta version).

------[Choice in Network Utilities entry]------
thunderbird: 65M (most recent version) Mailer of Mozilla
*discord: (most recent version) the easiest way to communicate over voice, video, and text. Chat, hang out, and stay close with your friends and communities.
google-earth: 70 M (most recent version) the most photorealistic, digital version of our planet.
linphone: Linphone is a free voice over IP softphone, SIP client and service.
*skype64: (most recent version) a popular voice calling and video chat messaging software being used by over 350 million users worldwide.

------[Choice in Misc entry]------
#=== Multi Media Player ===#
*aqualung: (1.5 M) player
audacious: (2.6 M) player
audacity: (41 M) player
baka-mplayer: (0.3 M) player
cantana_with_mpd: (9 M) player
clementine: (20 M) player
deadbeef: (4 M) player
ocenaudio: (33 M) player
smplayer: (33 M) player
vlc: (49 M) player
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qjackctl: (15 M) control JACK sound server

#=== Image Editor ===#
gimp: (35 M) Image Editor

#=== Game ===#
kpat: (35 M) card game

#=== Compiler ===#
devel: (68 M) compiler

#=== WEB being bult at same date as ISO ===#
Chromium: 84 M: web browser that was built from ArchLinux packages.

Note: *
64Bit version only


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Post#672 by Bicephale » 24 Aug 2021, 16:45

Thanks for keeping that flame alive.

At 1st i had great hopes for it but then found out i was back to the days when language/keyboard were an early deterent and i happen to manage well with english too. In comparison the Mageia v8 experience felt most welcoming when i found "Canada (Québec)" in the options, although there's my type of keyboard and there's ACNOR that i don't much about simply because i don't have/use one... The most complete collection of keyboards found on our territory has to come from elsewhere than the SlackWare realm it seems. I thought at least i could manage to launch the installer and be done with it but this has been just a succession of frustrating blockades one step after the next and i don't intend to blame blame anyone here; it how it feels anyway.

I hope everyone understands this observation diminishes nothing that was contributed, but lets face it, after Slax, PureOS, Alixe and Niblex one could argue Porteus is now on a decline curve i think. And this is exactly why i was so hopeful that new blood from Red Hat people might bring us to par with those running a 5.4+ Linux kernel, while the 32-bits version stalled at v4 dot something a couple years ago, already... Meanwhile we got computers on HDMi "sticks" now, with WiFi/BlueTooth and more. Even better yet, the 32-bits market gave us the Raspberry Pi in a keyboard, so the 64-bits processing trend didn't actually kill our legacy hardware just yet! So, where's the Tomáš Matějíček tradition heading now? I wonder, asking myself if i can affrord to invest further time & resources in a short-lived hobby... Which is why it's essential that newbies still mesmerized by novelty don't suffer the same path of disillusion and i thought dynamic on-demand building of a live system was a great feature with little competition. But i had this experience unsing Mageia v8 instead, trying to revalorize a diskless Acer AspireOne that crawled even before Windows7, already. And now it's back to life thanks to linux, too bad peripherals support proves eminently variable; in too many occurences having a fight simply to get a positive boot and of course it's all a waste without this preliminary necessity.

Yet i'll give the builders a try again, at a later time after i've recovered from getting myself burnt again. Right at the moment i'd like to offer an alternative to Windows and i cannot because of too many considerations. Believe me it's not by taste or logic, the machine must NOT requite the average user's attention in the manner of a pet, doing nothing else in the process that was initially planned. At times the Windows that i paid for starts to harrass its owners, care for this or that, then you forget why you turned the switch on in the 1st place... And memory (nor patience) ain't improving with age!

That's why it's so important to provide feedback to those braves who do walk the path, that's why i feel obligated to look again with hope.

My appologies for expressing myself without filter and so loud. It's those posts that keep us coming back, because we loose the capacity and end up with an object in our hands when it was supposed to be something else, imagine dealing with alphabet soup in some uncooperative CLi...

Respect! :worship: :worthy:

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Post#673 by maia » 25 Aug 2021, 01:47

Thank you :)
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