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Post#1 by ncmprhnsbl » 28 Jan 2018, 04:31

edit: it's 2019 now
a new year = a new topic :) these are the modules created using the method outlined in this topic: [How to] manually upgrade 3.5 base modules
001-core-20191028.xzm 121 mb md5sum: 5d89712b464c6226aff1381867febd7d
002-gui-20191028.xzm 60 mb md5sum: 8410caaf08ca65459bfab2a61199e533
002-xtra-20191028.xzm 42 mb md5sum: 3a7de93cb9dff0ff508978b591edea49
005-devel-20190525.xzm 124.9 mb md5sum: 48d18169671a3e50d921fb91f6478134
kernel and vmlinuz 57.5 mb & 3.8 mb
md5sums:
000-kernel-5.0.7.xzm: d8aca7e9ee95af01f78e163d62adf3a1
vmlinuz: bd6a75465c613015d21772adc47be4c9

003-xfce4-20191028.xzm 22 mb md5sum: 2d2b18f47c82076286cda9f3e0022ef3

and here's the skeleton of the ISO
skel.zip 2.5 mb
md5sum: e733361ebcfcc79230fa8e0259645b9c

as well here's an ISO with newer kernel 5.2.4 put together by neko
nemesis-xfce-19.07.28-k5.2.4-x86_64.iso
md5sum: b1c065c76eb09076b389cbdd12fdab03

here are the locales: locales-20180806.xzm
md5sum: a682aa15f29490ba3d559e852ff0c694
extract the module and grab the one you need..
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Post#2 by ncmprhnsbl » 28 Jan 2018, 04:49

2018-01-28 changes/updated packages:
all module versioning is now date based(yy-mm-dd)
core:

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archlinux-keyring
bluez-libs
ca-certificates-mozilla
coreutils
device-mapper
e2fsprogs
elogind
eudev
filesystem
gawk
gcc-libs
gdbm
glib2
glibc
gnupg
gnutls
hdparm
inotify-tools
inxi
jansson
json-c
libatomic_ops
libelogind
libeudev
libgcrypt
libmm-glib
libnghttp2
libnm
libnm-glib
libpsl
libsasl
libseccomp
libsoup
libtasn1
libutil-linux
linux-api-headers
logrotate
mpfr
nano
networkmanager
nspr
nss
openrc
openssh
opensysusers
perl
rsync
syslog-ng
tcl
usb_modeswitch
util-linux
wpa_supplicant

other changes:
removed python python-npyscreen 
and moved pacaur, cower, yajl, package-query and git to 005-devel
stripped /usr/lib/
libgo
libgfortran
libtsan
libasan
*.a (include in devel)
gui:

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avahi
freetype2
gtk2
harfbuzz
hwinfo
libdrm
librsvg
llvm-libs
mesa
xf86-input-wacom
xf86-video-amdgpu
xf86-video-ati
xf86-video-intel
xorg-server
xorg-server-common
xorg-xinit
xtra:

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ffmpeg
hdf5
libcdio
libcdio-paranoia
libkeybinder2
libwbclient
libwebp
libx264
talloc
xfce4:

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cryptsetup
gvfs
libbytesize
lvm2
perl-uri
ristretto
udisks2
package list for devel

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autoconf
automake
binutils
bison
cmake
cower
fakeroot
flex
gc
gcc
git
groff
guile
jsoncpp
libmpc
libuv
m4
make
pacaur
package-query
pkg-config
rhash
yajl
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Post#3 by raja » 29 Jan 2018, 11:17

ncmprhnsbl,

can you please provide the current "initrd" or init openrc file for testing your nemisis offering? Thanks
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Post#4 by ncmprhnsbl » 29 Jan 2018, 13:05

raja wrote:
29 Jan 2018, 11:17
can you please provide the current "initrd" or init openrc file for testing your nemisis offering? Thanks
see here How to get it. [README FIRST] and discussion
use that ISO and swap out the above modules..
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Post#5 by raja » 29 Jan 2018, 13:32

Why should I download an old ISO (wasting data), when latest base modules are available? If you can upload the init file , I can always boot with the base packages.
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Post#6 by Ed_P » 29 Jan 2018, 16:55

I seem to recall someone posting of a way to read files on the 'net without downloading them. Unfortunately I don't remember who or what the command was. :sorry:
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Post#7 by ncmprhnsbl » 29 Jan 2018, 22:00

raja wrote:
29 Jan 2018, 13:32
If you can upload the init file , I can always boot with the base packages.
there's a little bit more to it than that ie some other files needed...
anyhow here's skeleton of the iso with the needed files/folders (plus some you personally may not need)
skel.zip 5.3 mb
md5sum: 2ce0071ed2ac4bf80ab9d6114203eac1
Ed_P wrote:
29 Jan 2018, 16:55
I seem to recall someone posting of a way to read files on the 'net without downloading them. Unfortunately I don't remember who or what the command was.
yeah, neither do i... but that's what the search box is for :)
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Post#8 by Ed_P » 30 Jan 2018, 00:09

ncmprhnsbl wrote:
29 Jan 2018, 22:00
Ed_P wrote:
29 Jan 2018, 16:55
I seem to recall someone posting of a way to read files on the 'net without downloading them. Unfortunately I don't remember who or what the command was.
yeah, neither do i... but that's what the search box is for :)
I tried this in the search box:

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Search for keywords: the command to read files on the internet
Search for author: a smart guy
but it didn't help. :(
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Post#9 by ncmprhnsbl » 30 Jan 2018, 02:05

search terms: mount ISO on server
8th entry:
Re: Script Extracting Desktop Module Offline/Online from ISO (Post by brokenman #53193)
ps. let's not discuss this further in this topic ;)
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Post#10 by raja » 31 Jan 2018, 09:21

Thanks for 'initrd' file. Works fine.
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Post#11 by francois » 03 Feb 2018, 14:20

Moving M. Eerie's raja's demand on: pman -S mupdf to pman does not build module mupdf as it is out of topic on the subject of the base module.
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Post#12 by neko » 13 Feb 2018, 08:12

Nemesis with kernel 4.16-rc1

nemesis-xfce-18.01.28-x86_64.iso (300 M)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/pv046n60y ... x86_64.iso
md5sum: c14666376f08b5f5ab2d129ccc58700e nemesis-xfce-18.01.28-x86_64.iso

1. ISO Base was built with the skeleton & modules that are gotten from http://forum.porteus.org/viewtopic.php?p=61949#p61949
"skel" directory was renamed to "nemesis-xfce-18.01.28-x86_64".
"000-kernel-4.14.13-pti.xzm" was renamed to "000-kernel.xzm". (for "Kernel builder" tool)


2. Kernel was updated by "Kernel builder" tool.
mkKernel-18.02.12-noarch-1.xzm : http://forum.porteus.org/viewtopic.php?p=52232#p52232
v4.16-rc1.tar.xz, crippled_sources-4.16-rc1-64bit.xzm : http://forum.porteus.org/viewtopic.php?p=57468#p57468

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% su
# cd KernelBuilderWork
# ls
v4.16-rc1.tar.xz
# xz -dc v4.16-rc1.tar.xz | tar -x
Execute "Kernel Builder" from GUI menu.
----> setting window
set "Kernel Builder directory" : KernelBuilderWork
select kernel version : v4.16-rc1
select ISO whose kernel will be updated : nemesis-xfce-18.01.28-x86_64.iso
check "keep org" on.
push "OK" button.


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Post#13 by ncmprhnsbl » 13 Feb 2018, 13:20

neko wrote:
13 Feb 2018, 08:12
nemesis-xfce-18.01.28-x86_64.iso (300 M)
cool. thanks neko
have referenced this in the first post (:
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Post#14 by raja » 14 Feb 2018, 11:10

ncmprhnsbl,

The concept of a "config" folder, perused during boot is a nice addition. I changed timezone from australia and is refelected, but I changed login=root, but still booting into 'guest' mode.

Also I added line no 396- touch $wrk/package.out, in pman script. pman works fine. downloads,converts,merges, make xzm module and copy to module directory, and cleans up the work bench. Good work, cheers.
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Post#15 by ncmprhnsbl » 14 Feb 2018, 12:23

raja wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 11:10
I changed timezone from australia
oops.. didn't check that before upload ..no harm done tho..
raja wrote:
14 Feb 2018, 11:10
but I changed login=root, but still booting into 'guest' mode.
yeah, this (and other login related cheatcodes) were broken when openrc became the init(in addition to being service manager)(when Artix repos came on line)
the cheatcode relied on lxdm, which has a crashing issue..
at the moment xfce is started using agetty and .bash_profile without any DM
see this this post:
Xfce4 DE module (Post by ncmprhnsbl #61404)
if you want to autologin to root> edit /etc/conf.d/agetty.tty1 > change line 8: agetty_options="--autologin=guest" to root and
copy bash_profile from /home/guest to /root
if you don't want to autologin > comment out line 8 .. X should then start after guest login on console
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