freestylers slackware repository

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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freestylers slackware repository

Post#1 by freestyler » 12 May 2014, 04:23

Last edited by freestyler on 19 Jul 2014, 22:31, edited 13 times in total.
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#2 by freestyler » 12 May 2014, 10:45

edit: moved both arch to one post and made external links for package list (makes it easier to update)
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#3 by Obosan » 13 May 2014, 00:56

@freestyler!
Thanks for your great contribution.
Regarding freemind-1.0.0-noarch-1_fs.tgz, why don't you update it to 1.0.1?
I hope the updated one will be also in 32 bit (i486) packages because you made it for me. :Rose:
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#4 by freestyler » 13 May 2014, 01:28

Hey Obosan my tomodachi, :friends:
Thanks for pointing that out, I will update freemind to 1.0.1 later today.
The 32 bit repository is uploaded and ready to go, The 64 bit repository is still uploading, I have a really bad connection at the moment as I am on a sheep farm about 40 km to the nearest town. Hopefully it will be finished in the next 6 hours :P
If you notice anything else please let me know. I also started a package request thread here
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#5 by freestyler » 13 May 2014, 14:45

Slackware repo now online for anyone interested.
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#6 by sean » 13 May 2014, 15:10

freestyler,

Fantastic!

Bookmarked.

Thank you & GaDay to ya,

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Post#7 by brokenman » 13 May 2014, 23:55

Looking good. Great job. Shouldn't be difficult to integrate this into USM.
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#8 by francois » 14 May 2014, 02:49

Great job.

Is it much to ask the rationale under the building of these specific series of packages?
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Post#9 by fanthom » 14 May 2014, 03:55

i'm glad that we are giving something back to the Slackware community :)
switching from modules (porteus only) to packages was a good move.
Please add [Solved] to your thread title if the solution was found.

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Post#10 by freestyler » 14 May 2014, 04:41

thanks :)

@brokenman: Sweet, I still need to talk to you about the optifest and libs.txt files to make sure I'm doing it right. I think I'm doing something wrong.

@francios: My long term goal is to make a slack package for every slackbuild available and along the way I am making slackbuild scripts for packages that are not available on slackbuild. My short term goal was to add every studioware package (audio, video and graphic editing tools), which took 3 and a half days of headaches but they are all there now.

@fanthom: I've developed a real love for slackware since using porteus (nothing sexual... yet) Switching the package manager to slackware packages was brilliant and USM is genius, it has been a real game changer.

I'll be in amsterdam next week and will setup a couple dedicated build computers at my girlfriends place, she probably wont be very impressed, but I didn't grow a linux beard for nothing!
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Post#11 by freestyler » 14 May 2014, 05:57

Just got listed pkgs.org
http://pkgs.org/slackware-14.1/freestylers-i486/
http://pkgs.org/slackware-14.1/freestylers-x86_64/

even got a link to porteus-apps.org on the thanks page, happy days
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#12 by cttan » 15 May 2014, 14:34

Hi freestyler

I have downloaded and tested Nagios. It is working but missing the plugins.
Could you also compile the plugins?

BTW, latest core download is 4.0.4

Thank you

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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#13 by freestyler » 15 May 2014, 16:10

Updated the repo:
added libreoffice 4.2.4, a few games on 64bit and heaps of system packages.

@cttan: sure, I'm about to crash out but in the morning I'll update the repo with latest nagios, nagios-plugins and nagiosgraph. Let me know if you want anything else added.
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#14 by freestyler » 16 May 2014, 02:43

Updated:
32 bit: updated nagios to 4.0.6, added nagios-plugins 2.0 and freemind 1.0.1
64 bit: updated nagios to 4.0.6 and freemind to 1.0.1, added nagios-plugins 2.0
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Re: freestylers slackware repository

Post#15 by brokenman » 16 May 2014, 03:19

@brokenman: Sweet, I still need to talk to you about the optifest and libs.txt files to make sure I'm doing it right. I think I'm doing something wrong.
No problem. I will check if your server supports rsync and if so then I can take care of this. If not then I will write a script for you to generate the files. Main thing is to make sure no packages end up with unresolved dependencies or we just end up back where we started.
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