crashsite wrote:Connmann works fine for me, although the UI is ugly... And I feel that it is a bit feature limited. There is nothing to tweak out of the UI. I've never tried peasywifi so really no opinion on this. As long as wifi works out of the box i'm happy.
crashsite wrote:The "Web Browser" right click menu or through the app menu is annoying when using SB modules. All links try to open this, which say that I don't have a browser installed. Just not really useful with makesb. Maybe get this "web browser" a more "intelligent" script to detect if a browser is available? Or remove it and bundle a browser with AlphaOS (sb).
crashsite wrote:and I have issues with openbox. Intermittent freezes of the task bar and app menu that requires a reboot. Restarting openbox doesn't seem to help recover. I might be the only one... and i am out of luck since there is no new version of openbox.
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size, compressed decomp. time
xz 66MB 2.805s
lz4 106MB 0.009s
Scooby wrote:I would like some input on what you like
jonas wrote:- support for more recent hardware, e.g. Intel Wireless 7260: http://alphaos.tuxfamily.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1175&p=3334&hilit=jonas#p3325
jonas wrote:- the savefile added to union in initram also for usbmode so that e.g. rc.conf can be used: http://alphaos.tuxfamily.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1175&hilit=jonas&start=10#p3357
Scooby wrote:I found out sim is using a custom linux-firmware module which is of size 2.7MB
the on on arch is 24MB. Should I add all 24MB or only jonas's 7260 firmware
i.e is it a problem if iso grows? iso could be reaching 200MB boundary soon?
Scooby wrote:The fix is the one I suggested to move read_boot_codes in /etc/rc.d/functions
in the old post not to mount savefile readonly in initrfs.img
Scooby wrote:Anyway jonas, how good a programmer are you?
jonas wrote:In addition to adding the proper .ucode in /usr/lib/firmware, I also had to backport the iwlwifi driver to get wireless working. For me it is not a problem if the iso grows a little bit (I also have no sound on my laptop).
jonas wrote:Do you mean to move read_bootcodes higher up in rc.sysinit? Then you have to put it before /etc/rc.conf is sourced. Preferably also before /etc/rc.d/functions is sourced but then you have to source read_bootcodes from somewhere else...
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if grep -q usbmode /proc/cmdline; then
if [ -d "/mnt/live/memory/bundles/changes.fs4" ]; then
mount -n -o remount,add:1:/mnt/live/memory/bundles/changes.fs4=rr aufs /
if grep -q noxorg /proc/cmdline; then
sed -i 's|X_AUTOLOGIN="yes"|X_AUTOLOGIN="no"|g' /etc/rc.conf
Anniekin wrote:save folder instead of file like in porteus?
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