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- 28 Feb 2018, 23:53
- Forum: Intermediate/Advanced User Questions
- Topic: Retpoline?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 602
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: 1794
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: 5150
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...
The combined package size of a tcl/tk I believe is just south of 5mb. Yes that's true, but where do we stop? Open a console and run: usm -d You will find many more missing dependencies. So the decision to be made is, where is the balance of size and usability? Do we build for developers, GUI users,...
- 16 Feb 2018, 21:15
- Forum: x86_64 xzm modules
- Topic: Google-earth-pro-188.8.131.5227 for Porteus
- Replies: 14
- Views: 873
Thanks Wread, Please guys, keep non official Porteus posts out of the mainstream forum. I don't want this to turn into a mess. For example post about APorteus ONLY in the Aporteus thread. Post about Nemesis ONLY in the nemesis thread. In this one thread we have three different variations of the offi...
Hi brokenman... I can't seem to locate the Python 2 deps tcl/tk in 001-core.xzm... You can download them via usm or the getpkg script: getpkg tcl @burdi01 Updates will be tested and then pushed via two channels. One will be a new ISO and the other will be base module updates via the update-porteus ...