Posted: Sun 10 May 2020, 13:25 Post subject:
My educational squashfs/SFS and appimage collection
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 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)
ii) rebuild squashfs after your modifications (dir2squashfs) dir2sfs-dir2squashfs_dir2iso_etc_v03.squashfs https://1fichier.com/?2ziiebb3gbcfjudp4u5s Last edited by trister on Mon 11 May 2020, 13:20; edited 4 times in total
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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