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Help requests / Re : Error message on remaster install
« Dernier message par melodie le 17 janvier 2018 à 05:11:42 »
Taco, have you updated your package base?

$ apt-cache show isolinux
Package: isolinux
Priority: optional
Section: admin
Installed-Size: 121
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com>
Original-Maintainer: Debian QA Group <packages@qa.debian.org>
Architecture: all
Source: syslinux
Version: 3:6.03+dfsg-11ubuntu1
Recommends: syslinux-common
Suggests: xorriso
Filename: pool/main/s/syslinux/isolinux_6.03+dfsg-11ubuntu1_all.deb
Size: 44606
MD5sum: 88cc37995f8bfbd74ce87d40f146b098
SHA1: e0d366a579eeb9f330a3da6c4a4d67203008c140
SHA256: aa476094a4d7dff1fa4c0db9749841f3595f567cc721202bd91f1c3500fb3c08
Description-en: collection of bootloaders (ISO 9960 bootloader)
 syslinux is a suite of bootloaders, currently supporting DOS FAT and NTFS
 filesystems (SYSLINUX), Linux ext2/ext3/ext4, btrfs, and xfs filesystems
 (EXTLINUX), PXE network boots (PXELINUX), or ISO 9660 CD-ROMs (ISOLINUX).
 .
 This package contains the bootloader for ISO 9960 CD-ROMs (ISOLINUX).
Description-md5: 022dfbc5d7dbeb65e18812d57c55dc61
Homepage: http://www.syslinux.org/
Bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug
Origin: Ubuntu
Supported: 5y
$


for the rest as I told you I use only the console mode (which is really handy). If I remember xorriso is for the gui methods?


Remember also you first need to edit /etc/customizer.conf
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Help requests / Re : Error message on remaster install
« Dernier message par Taco.22 le 17 janvier 2018 à 02:35:38 »
Hi Mélodie,

I have taken your suggestion and am trying out Customizer.  I have looked through the documentation and have downloaded it and its dependencies - all except isolinux.  I can't seem to find that anywhere.  I have on the system syslinux, extlinux, but no isolinux.  A search via apt-cache/Synaptic comes up with bootcd, and xorriso which is installed.  When using the install instructions apt-get returns this -

apt-get install git build-essential fakeroot make binutils g++ \
python python-dev python-qt4 pyqt4-dev-tools squashfs-tools \
xorriso x11-xserver-utils xserver-xephyr qemu-kvm dpkg-dev \
debhelper qt4-dev-tools qt4-linguist-tools isolinux \
--no-install-recommends
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package isolinux


Everything else installed.  Then on installation of Customizer this -

cd .. && sudo dpkg --install customizer*.deb
Selecting previously unselected package customizer.
(Reading database ... 293500 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to unpack customizer_4.1.5-0+20170208_all.deb ...
Unpacking customizer (4.1.5-0+20170208) ...
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of customizer:
 customizer depends on isolinux; however:
  Package isolinux is not installed.

dpkg: error processing package customizer (--install):
 dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
Processing triggers for menu (2.1.46ubuntu1) ...
Processing triggers for hicolor-icon-theme (0.13-1) ...
Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils (0.22-1ubuntu1.1) ...
Processing triggers for mime-support (3.54ubuntu1.1) ...
Errors were encountered while processing:
 customizer

I am running an updated Bento 14.04 64bit.  A fair amount of internet searching hasn't thrown up any answers - any ideas?

EDIT - I think I might have worked it out.  I installed instead via the "make install" option found here.  Now to work out how to use it!

EXTRA EDIT - Wow, easy to use.  I tried a quick hack of your Bento.  I like the way Xephyr kicks in when you hit Desktop - really cool - you can trouble-shoot on the run.  However I seem to be back to the original issue, maybe (!) - 

xorriso : UPDATE : 105 files added in 1 seconds
xorriso : FAILURE : Given path does not exist on disk: -boot_image system_area='/usr/lib/ISOLINUX/isohdpfx.bin'
xorriso : UPDATE : 105 files added in 1 seconds
xorriso : aborting : -abort_on 'FAILURE' encountered 'FAILURE'



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Help requests / Re : Error message on remaster install
« Dernier message par melodie le 16 janvier 2018 à 18:46:17 »
I use Customizer. I have been using it for years now, and after a while I threw away the gui and used only the console. Soo easy, and so much lighter. Also I use a ssh connection to a remote server to do that, which really eases the whole process.

https://github.com/kamilion/customizer

you can start easily if you follow the startup guidelines, https://github.com/kamilion/customizer/wiki

have fun!  :P
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Help requests / Re : Error message on remaster install
« Dernier message par Taco.22 le 16 janvier 2018 à 15:01:15 »
Hi Mélodie,

The problem first arose when I installed a remaster from VBox on to a hard drive.  Eventually I installed a clean Bento to the hard drive and did the all the modifications from scratch.  The problem occurred again with install problems with the remasters.  I have tried three different hard drives, and I don't tick any update options when installing as the new system is already up to date.  I haven't tried Bodhibuilder yet - maybe that might work.  These are all forks of the old Remastersys - maybe inconsistencies are starting to accumulate.  What are you using to create an ISO?   
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Help requests / Re : Error message on remaster install
« Dernier message par melodie le 16 janvier 2018 à 14:30:11 »
I haven't. As you are working with Virtualbox, it might be something related to the type of virtual image you created, or perhaps some kind of option that would be needed : really I confess I don't know.

If it would be on bare metal, we might look for some inconsistencies in the file system… or some issue with the hard drive. Wondering : have you tried to install and ticked the options meant to update while installing or so? I usually only tick the mp3 non free option, not the rest, to avoid filling the virtual memory. You tell?
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Tips and tricks / Webcollage "Exterminate all rational thoughts"
« Dernier message par melodie le 16 janvier 2018 à 13:51:29 »
Do you know Webcollage?   :D

https://www.jwz.org/webcollage/explain.html

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This is what the Internet looks like.

WebCollage is a program that creates collages out of random images found on the Web. More images are being added to the collage about once a minute, so this page will reload itself periodically. Clicking on one of the images in the collage will take you to the page on which it was found.

It finds the images by feeding random words into various search engines, and pulling images (or sections of images) out of the pages returned.

WebCollage also works as a screen saver on MacOS and Unix: it is included with the XScreenSaver package.


Here is the demo : https://www.jwz.org/webcollage/collage.html

You can hover each part of the screen and see the link related to any part of the global image, at the bottom of your web browser.

The package exists for Ubuntu,  :o it's "xscreensaver-screensaver-webcollage"


Have fun!  :D
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Help requests / Error message on remaster install
« Dernier message par Taco.22 le 15 janvier 2018 à 14:01:08 »
I was just wondering if anyone has come across this error message when trying to install a remastered version of Ubuntu. 



The pic above shows VBox but I am also having the problem on hard drive.  Currently I am using Pinguy Builder, a fork of the now defunct Remastersys, to build a live ISO of a couple of remixes I am doing of Bento.  The error shows up at some point of the installation - it is all a bit random as to when it will strike.  I have tried using Startup Disk Creator, unetbootin and dd in terminal.  Sometimes one fails to launch the installer, but another will get past that point.  From what I have gleaned online the error message itself is a bit generic - it can mean anything from a failing hard drive to "sorry, we have run out of coffee!!".  I have tried three different hard drives - same result.  I don't have a problem with an ISO dropped straight off the net, but remaster it a couple of times on a hard drive and the error starts to pop up.  It's a bit frustrating, as it wasn't that many years ago that remastering a spin with something like Remastersys was like falling off a log!   
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Travaux contributifs dans le Libre / Re : Bento Maki - ce qu'il y a dedans, quoi de neuf
« Dernier message par melodie le 12 janvier 2018 à 13:36:45 »
Hello Taco!

Yes, please read above the script, I wrote: "I would consider using this "autoUpdate" script which is a cron script, in /etc/cron.daily instead of the classic update manager:"

I don't need Sourceforge and their villain services (in the paste, they had rotten the Gimp version for Windows with some ads or I don't remember what, and it's full of ads and also it's slow). The files for the Bento project are on gitlab. Please do visite https://bentovillage.me/en ! :D

You'll find the link to gitlab in the navbar.

About playing with fun things to do, have you tried setting up changing backgrounds? I have the tutorial somewhere… Have you kept the pclinuxos magazine special Openbox? There are a few tricks in there which I have never tried. Also, there was another one to be tried, let me have a look if I can find it…

here: http://lubuntu.me/tips-tricks/

I was thinking about Skippy XD. It looks like there are quite a few tricks to be tested here. Which ones do you already know?



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Travaux contributifs dans le Libre / Re : Bento Maki - ce qu'il y a dedans, quoi de neuf
« Dernier message par Taco.22 le 12 janvier 2018 à 07:15:28 »
Salut Mélodie,

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Je n'ai pas compris ce que vous voulez dire quand vous écrivez "des morceaux de base de kit qui fonctionnent juste en arrière-plan"?

Désolé - je voulais dire de petites applications qui sont cachées mais qui font un travail important.

Le script autoUpdate to 16.04 cron - où dois-je l'installer et comment l'exécuter?

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Les autres types d'outils, libreoffice, centre logiciel gnome (le remplacement du centre logiciel actuel), et d'autres musiques, graphiques, etc. seraient dans une version complète qui cette fois serait un grand ISO, peut-être 1,6 GB, peut-être plus.
J'ai fait un remaster de votre dernier Bento avec Pinguy Builder. J'ai gardé toutes les grandes applications comme Gimp, Inkscape et LibreOffice, utilisé mes fichiers de configuration, ajouté Chromium et vlc et quelques autres morceaux, installé thunar (patched pour split volet) au lieu de PCmanFM, débarrassé de certaines duplications comme mousepad et gpicview, et supprimé Software Center et Updater. L'ISO est arrivé à 885mb, et quand on y pense c'est à peu près un système complet - donc 1.6gb serait énorme!

Avez-vous pensé à configurer un compte SourceForge pour Bento? J'en ai créé un il y a quelques années quand je faisais Scorpio Openbox, en particulier avec PCLinuxOS. Il vous permet de le télécharger, vous permet de le promouvoir, et vous pouvez revenir à Linux Village.

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Je pense que les geeks préfèrent busenlabs, le successeur de Crunchbang, ou même Archbang, la version Openbox d'Archlinux
Bunsenlabs - Je me suis fait brûler par Debian quand ils sont passés de Wheezy à Jessie, et ont défoncé mon nouveau Scorpion Debian! J'ai vérifié certains de ces forums mais je trouve que c'est un peu "été là, fait ça". Je ne sais pas pour vous mais au cours des huit dernières années, j'ai fait presque tout ce qui peut être fait avec / à Openbox - en partie pas vraiment sympa: o J'ai construit et maintenu mes propres mini distributions, certaines à partir d'un réseau minimal -installer. En fin de compte, j'ai une configuration qui fonctionne pour moi, et tout ce que je veux, c'est un système stable et fiable. Je suis en quelque sorte sur le "jouer avec les choses pour le plaisir de jouer avec les choses", et aussi un peu fatigué de devs en train de casser les choses! Je suis toujours un geek, toujours curieux, mais à la fin de la journée je veux un bon produit. Tous nos ordinateurs fonctionnent depuis des années avec Openbox, maintenant avec Bento comme base.  Je garde encore quelques tours dans le donjon pour expérimenter quand même !!


Hi Mélodie,

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I didn't understand what you mean when you write "Basic bits of kit that just work in the background" ?

Sorry - I meant small applications that are hidden but do important work.

The autoUpdate to 16.04 cron script - where do I install it and how do I run it?

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The other kinds of tools, libreoffice, gnome software center (the replacement of the actual software-center), and other music, graphics etc. would be in a full version which this time would be a much large ISO, perhaps 1.6 GB, perhaps more.
I have done a remaster of your latest Bento with Pinguy Builder.  I kept all the big applications like Gimp, Inkscape and LibreOffice, used my config files, added Chromium and vlc and a some other bits and pieces,  installed thunar (patched for split pane) instead of PCmanFM, got rid of some duplications like mousepad and gpicview, and removed Software Center and Updater.  The ISO came in at 885mb, and when you think about it that is just about a complete system - so 1.6gb would be huge!

Have you thought about setting up a SourceForge account for Bento?  I set one up some years ago when I was doing Scorpio Openbox, particularly with PCLinuxOS.  It puts it out there, gives you a central spot for downloads, lets you promote it, and you can link back to Linux Village.

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I think geeks prefer busenlabs, the successor of Crunchbang, or even Archbang, the Openbox version of Archlinux
Bunsenlabs - I got burnt by Debian when they switched from Wheezy to Jessie, and borked my shiny new Debian Scorpio!  I have checked out some of those forums but I find it's a bit "been there, done that".  I don't know about you but over the past eight years I have done almost everything that can be done with/to Openbox - some of it really not nice :o   I have built and maintained my own mini distros, some from a minimal net-install.  In the end I have a setup that works for me, and then all I want is a stable, reliable system.  I'm sort of over the "playing with things for the sake of playing with things", and also a bit tired of devs upstream breaking things!  I'm still a geek, always curious, but at the end of the day I want a good product.  All our computers for years have run Openbox, now with Bento as the base.  I still keep a couple of spins in the dungeon to experiment on though!!   



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Hello,

here is the last x86_64 edition:
bento-openbox-14.04.5_3-x86_64.iso
bento-openbox-14.04.5_3-x86_64.iso.md5sum


new added packages are:
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file-roller
make
gcc
extlinux
grsync
ssh-askpass

I has also been updated, so there is a new kernel. It's size is now exactly 700MB.

It's opened for tests and comments before the i386 follows.


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Cette nouvelle version contient les paquets listés ci-dessus, elle est disponible pour être testée et commentée, avant que la version i386 ne suive !




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