Poptray Minus for Porteus

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Re: Poptray Minus for Porteus

Post#16 by francois » 16 Aug 2013, 16:57

Do you have a save.dat container or do you have linux partitions on the usb key?
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Re: Poptray Minus for Porteus

Post#17 by donald » 16 Aug 2013, 18:00

@solnyshok
It's exactly as you said.
It could be different in newer Win-version.My Win-knowledge ends at Win-XP... :)
But the Point is, no one has mentioned Windows in this thread.Or have I overlooked
something? (sometimes I read a little to fast)
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I presently have installed Ubuntu 8.10, Ubuntu 10.04, Linux Mint Maya 13 Xfce, and Puppy Linux. Ubuntu 8.10 is my base/fallback system, however, of late I have been using Mint 13 Xfce most of the time. There is also a USB 2GB flash drive with Porteus v1.2 Xfce, and now the 4GB stick with Porteus v2.0 rc2.
btw. If you have to deal with Windows,you can make it the other way round:
First Partition = Fat32
second partition ext

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Re: Poptray Minus for Porteus

Post#18 by brokenman » 16 Aug 2013, 23:42

Yes Sean, this is how windows reacts to a linux partition first up. I used to boot with the first partition as a FAT32 partition containing the 'boot' folder and the second partition as ext2 with the 'porteus' folder. This way if i was in windows and needed to save a file onto the USB for later use in Porteus I could drop it on the FAT32 partition.

Interestingly things are going backward for linux. I just purchased a new laptop which uses UEFI instead of the old school bios and in order to boot Porteus in this UEFI mode the first partition needs to be FAT32! Thanks to M$ for trying to control system vendors, I now have to battle with boot loaders to get a decent OS rolling, but that's for another thread.
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Re: Poptray Minus for Porteus

Post#19 by Hamza » 17 Aug 2013, 17:28

This post has been deleted by Hamza because of being out of the actual subject. A simple error of post. I do apologize.
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Re: Poptray Minus for Porteus

Post#20 by ztrapl » 20 Sep 2013, 21:02

Nice but too big. I tried this program rather KShowmail.
It is small and does not require additional dependencies.

KShowmail 4.1
Very simply kshowmail is a program that allows you to look in on your mail server,
see what is waiting, decide if it is legitimate, and delete it right off of the server if it is not.
All without dragging any messages into your computer.
Sorry, this is a translation into English on Google.

Home page: http://kshowmail.sourceforge.net/
Download : http://yadi.sk/d/Zd5W1t6M9bgnq

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