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by pizzar0
19 Oct 2012, 05:37
Forum: Newbie questions
Topic: [Solved] Running user script after login.
Replies: 17
Views: 2205

Re: [Solved] Running user script after login.

the kernel's pipeline is made out of - and for - C and C++ code exclusively. My dobre hombre. ... and, of course, I must stand corrected before your genius, the same powerful insight which was eager to incorporate a broken-ass cryptoloop into his shiny new distro, the one the whole linux world new a...
by pizzar0
19 Oct 2012, 01:08
Forum: Newbie questions
Topic: [Solved] Running user script after login.
Replies: 17
Views: 2205

Re: [Solved] Running user script after login.

Sure, I'll be happy to;
Slax 7
http://www.tomas-m.com/blog/

BTW, I am, in no way, happy to see you fail but hey... Live and learn! Good luck!
by pizzar0
18 Oct 2012, 22:04
Forum: Newbie questions
Topic: [Solved] Running user script after login.
Replies: 17
Views: 2205

Re: [Solved] Running user script after login.

and solution proposed by me is nothing different than normal booting to text mode -> logging in with 'root/toor' and starting the process manually. You actually believe that? - and in the meantime your code-snippet is for what, ambiance? And for those not so far in the back of the class, I did also...
by pizzar0
18 Oct 2012, 17:58
Forum: Newbie questions
Topic: [Solved] Running user script after login.
Replies: 17
Views: 2205

Re: [Solved] Running user script after login.

@fathom HOWTO linked by me works fine indeed (tested myself). Really?! By doing what you just did you have opened up every users desktop to the whole wide world. (If that was the intent then this is an "undocumented feature" - in MS lingo - as opposed to a "fix".) Here is why.... A] More as an aside...
by pizzar0
15 Oct 2012, 14:57
Forum: Development
Topic: Auto-updates for kernel, base modules, etc - TESTERS NEEDED
Replies: 6
Views: 1648

Re: Auto-updates for kernel, base modules, etc - TESTERS NEE

One issue that I already know about is that if you run the update in text mode, you can't exit the update once you've said 'yes' to continue with the update. Ctrl+C and Ctrl+D
call[run] your script with "exec". [man bash] E.g. exec myscript -options
by pizzar0
01 May 2012, 18:01
Forum: Development
Topic: armedslack -> proteus build
Replies: 12
Views: 1875

Re: armedslack -> proteus build

Seems like that would be handled by the bootloader, which remains locked down on the a500 (ok, some of the guys at xda-developers seem to have loaded uboot, but it's not a process that is recommended for your average user) Absolutely. Which is why you need to head on over to openWRT to get the ***m...
by pizzar0
01 May 2012, 12:47
Forum: Development
Topic: armedslack -> proteus build
Replies: 12
Views: 1875

Re: armedslack -> proteus build

@ Ahau Got modified SLAX running on the Acer Iconia A100 for a couple of months now. I think the kernel you guys most likely would need are the < 2.6.32.2x > series (ditching lzma2), simply because most of the hard work is already done by the guys over at openWRT. (and a lot of hard work it was!) Of...
by pizzar0
19 Aug 2011, 03:32
Forum: General chat
Topic: Tomas's plans about Slax project
Replies: 38
Views: 7382

Re: Thomas's plans about Slax project

previously by fanthom
'm wonder which desktop will be chosen for Slax-7. my wishes goes to Gnome-3 or Xfce/Enlightenment as KDE-4/Trinity/LXDE are covered up here.
Your wishes shall come true! Gnome-3 it is. (Just guessing, of course :twisted:
by pizzar0
19 Aug 2011, 03:07
Forum: General chat
Topic: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive installs)
Replies: 48
Views: 14492

Re: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive install

Yes, that data has practical relevance, although mostly only in the case of Kingston. But may all not be lost... Here is something(s) may be worth to ponder; According to Zsolt Kerekes (He runs probably the most trusted developer/enterprise SSD tech. portals on the web.) You don't need to understand...
by pizzar0
19 Aug 2011, 00:03
Forum: General chat
Topic: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive installs)
Replies: 48
Views: 14492

Re: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive install

Finally a good investigative start! Good job. Those numbers look familiar. (Let me guess: current Kingston <16GB USB/controller? Although you could've just told us... :) ... and here it is, in your own words - assuming that you used Parted > ver. 0.6 or sfdisk/fdisk > ver. 2.17 but Not cfdisk: maybe...
by pizzar0
16 Aug 2011, 19:55
Forum: General chat
Topic: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive installs)
Replies: 48
Views: 14492

Re: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive install

Ext4 is perfectly OK and good-to-go, of course, with the journal OFF. (It is/was all abut the "journaling", it being the entire issue- not block handling etc.) "Why EXT4 is a "bad" choice for USB, etc?..." Because it takes an immense hit (200-300% on average) in Read Performance if the physical sect...
by pizzar0
16 Aug 2011, 19:07
Forum: General chat
Topic: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive installs)
Replies: 48
Views: 14492

Re: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive install

No sweat! I shall correct the apparent omissions in some of the points; First and foremost, underlying any and all previous and present points is the following, undeniable fact: One SHOULD NOT run ANY journaling file system on a non-block device backed loop, under Linux, due to the current implement...
by pizzar0
16 Aug 2011, 06:30
Forum: General chat
Topic: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive installs)
Replies: 48
Views: 14492

Re: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive install

I totally sympathize with your efforts and the above points. I mean it! WHICH IS WHY my entire point - tirade, "wonderings", monologue, rants, tangents - can be summarized in one single paragraph, in the form of a question: Would it not be important to Porteus' ultimate success to find, select AND i...
by pizzar0
15 Aug 2011, 17:56
Forum: General chat
Topic: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive installs)
Replies: 48
Views: 14492

Re: Finding the best filesystem (for USB flash drive install

OK, having no intent to beat a long dead horse too much further but here is a novel idea; Aside from actually READING the posted links in "SSD Installation Considerations"... ... Buffalo, Samsung, Sony, SGI and just about all others with any, significant, vested interest in the "usb/FS business" use...
by pizzar0
04 Aug 2011, 22:23
Forum: Installation methods (HD, usb sticks, card readers, etc...)
Topic: SSD Installation Considerations
Replies: 15
Views: 5326

Re: SSD Installation Considerations

My previous post seems to be lost in limbo, perhaps with pizzar0's duplicated over the top of it. Here is what I had written:
That is entirely possible - even likely! - that I screwed up Ahau's earlier post. My apologies Ahau!!