[CS-FSLUG] mini-ITX boot problem-solved!

Jonathan E. Brickman jeb at joshuacorps.org
Sun Apr 5 21:13:47 CDT 2009

You might try manually applying some Slackware 12 packages.  There is 
reportedly some compatibility designed in...no guarantees :-)  But Puppy 
4 has been shockingly good for me.  There is also compilation from 
source, I think Puppy 4 does have a complete development environment 
available; previous versions did.

Tell me:  under Puppy, does your master+slave CF show up as one drive, 
or two?


> Along with a couple of other people on the list, I'm an amateur radio 
> operator.  So in part the mini-ITX system was for fun and experimenting, and 
> partly for use with amateur radio applications.  Although not yet available 
> for Puppy, I'd like to be able to use Xastir (for vehicle tracking), the 
> Digi-pup packages, Asterisk, software for Software defined radios, satellite 
> tracking, log book keeping, and so on.  Unfortunately some of the packages 
> haven't been made available in Puppy yet, and I don't know if a novice could 
> do it.  I'm impressed enough with Puppy that I'd like to keep it, rather than 
> using it as a stepping stone to another distribution.
>    Ron VE8RT
> On Sunday 05 April 2009 00:18, Jon Glass wrote:
>> On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 1:14 AM, Ron Thompson <ron.t at xplornet.com> wrote:
>>> my mini-ITX is running Puppy.
>> So, how's it running on Puppy? You happy with it? I can't remember if
>> you mentioned earlier, but what are your plans with Puppy on this box?
>> Sorry to be nosey, but I am a bit of a fan of Puppy. ;-)

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