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I understand the concept but why not have the lines in linuxrc copy all the cheatcodes from the porteus-v4.0-$ARCH.cfg file into the /proc/cmdline file when booting Perhaps not. /proc/cmdline is a process file. It's not writable even as root during boot and it is used to communicate with the kernel...
No. No. Absolutely not. This is a process file created every boot. I've put a few lines in linuxrc to copy all used cheatcodes from both /proc/cmdline and the porteus-v4.0-$ARCH.cfg file into a single config file so all scripts can just check one file.cp /etc/bootcmd.cfg /proc/cmdline work?
<r><QUOTE author="Ed_P" post_id="63111" time="1520572831" user_id="1571"><s>[quote=Ed_P post_id=63111 time=1520572831 user_id=1571]</s> Maybe an early run routine that merges the .cfg file cheatcodes into the cmdline ones would be an easier approach. <e>[/quote]</e></QUOTE>Splendid idea! I'll see if...
I know SourceForge is under a DoS attack but I thought all the Slackware files were stored on the mirrors' sites. LIBS.TXT.gz is not a slackware file. It's the file that slackware does not have that USM creates in order to know dependencies. It is stored on sourceforge. I had assumed sourceforge wo...
- 28 Feb 2018, 23:53
- Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
- Topic: Retpoline?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 310
Yes retpoline aware gcc is only a very recent thing in slackware. It is very possible that many modules were not compiled with it. The GCC version in Porteus-4.0+ is retpoline aware and I would imagine that any slackware kernel-firmware package after the release of Porteus-4.0 would also have been c...
- 18 Feb 2018, 21:23
- Forum: Community effort
- Topic: Jack's version of Porteus 4.0 x86-64 - 3 Desktop's
- Replies: 37
- Views: 875
C'mon Jack. Give us the goods. Nobody will hold anything against you if you don't answer questions about problems.
- 18 Feb 2018, 13:45
- Forum: Development
- Topic: Porteus-4.0 is in the pipeline.
- Replies: 31
- Views: 3995
Does this mean the ernel-firmware package didn't resolve your issue? The device still isn't recognized after the firmware is loaded or there was no firmware for your device?I used the newer firmware pack that is in the mirror, kernel-firmware-20180211_6d51311-noarch-1.txz
Therefore... I'm trying to point out something is broken. If something is broken please give specific examples of exactly where you believe that python is broken. My belief is that it is not broken at all, but rather missing some dependencies required for compiling. If those dependencies are absolu...