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My educational squashfs/SFS and appimage collection
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trister

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PostPosted: Sun 10 May 2020, 13:25    Post subject:  My educational squashfs/SFS and appimage collection  

Hello,
At the moment I use StretchDog/BusterDog systems.

For me/work I have created various packages
I'll start posting here some here.

I don't know if they will work in your system but you can try Smile Also, some might be setup for different language so you might need to change it too
(just keep in mind in *some* puppies you can rename *squashfs to *.sfs and it might work (O.F.I.N.S.I.S. gives a very goo explanation for this in the next posts). Also , some of them might be setup to run as user puppy instead of root- in the cases that root running is not allowed)

scratch-squeak_1.4.0.6amd64+i386.deb_v02brepack.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?171heqscykvj4dvqssc9


scratch-desktop_3.6.0_amd64.deb.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?3puon7pbakxb753uuobl
for 32bit system use BOTH the above amd64 file AND the next one .
scratch-desktop_3.6.0zzz_PATCH-for-i386_32bit_v04ok_electron3.1.13.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?7q5ni1r84e4sw2yrcqrm


gcompris-qt-0.96-Linux32_v03b__req_libgl1-mesa-dri-glx.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?5av14zcjsyx8dbfmgatv
gcompris-qt-0.96-Linux64_v02__req_libgl1-mesa-dri-glx.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?q2tkm24few16g4r8gq00
libgl1-mesa-dri-glx_13.0.6-1+b2_amd64-i386_v02.deb.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?qwjknhszz130orgi30aq

gcompris_15.10-1+b1_amd64.deb.el-v003nosound.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?mc56tqx82ne70l7nf74o
gcompris_15.10-1+b1_i386.deb.el-v003nosound.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?wjju8guak2bzijj6d5nh

azpainter_2.1.1_i386.deb.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?rffz8nn029rf9qpuag1p
eduactiv8-4.18.12-linux32.zip_v01.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?a6704qop01u5vus9jdnj
lazpaint6.4.1_asri20150412_310__ok_sd32.sfs.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?tntv0tcolcrs46n2zbax

These run using wine32 :
wine32_ReBirthRB-338_2.0.1_v01d.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?qnlu701pijx40qz8fyer
wine32_hammerhead_rhythm_station_v01d.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?7pszsxfulovihegyyxfk


For AppImages you just make them executionable and run them. In the included *.desktop file just edit the path where you have put the AppImage file.

Scratch3.6.0_Desktop-.glibc2.16-x86_64.AppImage https://1fichier.com/?x27lcdndviaj7u9ussan
Scratch3.6.0_Desktop-.glibc2.17-i386_v02ok.AppImage https://1fichier.com/?2jm69vxqqep3qhspgxyb

tuxmath64bit-.glibc2.14-x86_64.AppImage https://1fichier.com/?ahtn7n2u72462heuped2
tuxmath64bit-.glibc2.14-x86_64.AppImage.desktop https://1fichier.com/?j9k6jfudm9l07ic9a72e
tuxtype64bit-.glibc2.14-x86_64.AppImage https://1fichier.com/?542w5zg8nc3mvnmkdqaw
tuxtype64bit-.glibc2.14-x86_64.AppImage.desktop https://1fichier.com/?nc5aj9jk59qs8mfho39e
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A command that might help you to find if a library is missing is
Code:
ldd /usr/bin/executionablename


Also, all the unzippind /rebuilding of my squashfs file I do them with those 2:
i) extract squashfs uextract_v330_v02.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?cbrnmr17ylq6xlk9l9sa

ii) rebuild squashfs after your modifications (dir2squashfs) dir2sfs-dir2squashfs_dir2iso_etc_v03.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?2ziiebb3gbcfjudp4u5s

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O.F.I.N.S.I.S.

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PostPosted: Sun 10 May 2020, 14:16    Post subject:  

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just keep in mind for normal puppies you can rename *squashfs to *.sfs

No, this won't work in some/most cases.
At least if there's some libraries in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu or in /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu.
These are real directories in the Dogs (as far as I know) but these are symbolic links in Puppy pointing to the parent directory.

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PostPosted: Sun 10 May 2020, 15:43    Post subject:  

O.F.I.N.S.I.S. wrote:
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just keep in mind for normal puppies you can rename *squashfs to *.sfs

No, this won't work in some/most cases.
At least if there's some libraries in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu or in /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu.
These are real directories in the Dogs (as far as I know) but these are symbolic links in Puppy pointing to the parent directory.


The last "normal" puppies I used were precise & Tahr so I haven't tried them lately in them.
Maybe the AppImages will be more "compatible". I'm trying to "migrate" some of my squashfs to Appimages now.
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PostPosted: Sun 10 May 2020, 16:54    Post subject:  

Precise has /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu and Tahr has /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu as symbolic link. This is from so-called Multi-Arch-Distros like Ubuntu. Don't know about the Debian based Puppies.

It came up with Precise Pangolin. Puppies beyond Precise will have /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu or /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu as symbolic link - except some testings builds.

Disco Dingo has /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu as real directory and I think I recall Upup Eoan Ermine also was such a testing which used /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu as a real directory.

In these Puppies the .squashfs files may work after renaming them to .sfs.

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