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Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby ndrancs » 19 Apr 2014, 16:46

Updated April 18, 2014, New Alphat is now in 32 and 64bit.


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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby Scooby » 19 Apr 2014, 22:58

By judging from the pictures the "quick hack to connmand-ui-gtk left-menu click" seems to work

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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby ndrancs » 19 Apr 2014, 23:58

Scooby wrote:By judging from the pictures the "quick hack to connmand-ui-gtk left-menu click" seems to work

Yes its work, ;)

Thanks for this quick tips.
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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby Scooby » 22 Apr 2014, 19:01

just to be sure do you have to keep left click pressed when choosing
service with connman-ui?

anyway around it?

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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby ndrancs » 24 Apr 2014, 17:47

Scooby wrote:just to be sure do you have to keep left click pressed when choosing
service with connman-ui?

anyway around it?


yes i keep pressing the left click until the pointer touch the list service area. then i release it, but the list is still there, not going to hidden.

maybe we can hack the source code?
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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby Scooby » 24 Apr 2014, 18:44

ndrancs wrote:yes i keep pressing the left click until the pointer touch the list service area. then i release it, but the list is still there, not going to hidden.

as soon as I release left-click, even if the pointer is over the list area, the pop-up gets hidden.

ndrancs wrote:maybe we can hack the source code?

I had a quick look thinking since right-click work, I could use it as a template for left-click.
But I thought it looked like a snake's nest in there. Also left-click is dynamically generated
and right-click static so it is not exactly the same.

I would put time into this effort.

Maybe you are very good at C?

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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby john3voltas » 24 Apr 2014, 18:51

Why don't we simply ping connman-ui's author and politely ask him to patch the code?
Just a thought ;)

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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby Scooby » 24 Apr 2014, 19:12

Go ahead.

I just figured connamn-ui is the way the author wants it to be!?

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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby Anniekin » 24 Nov 2014, 06:05

what does this mean (alphaT)? Do packages work better from arch, i 'm having trouble in alphaos installing alternative window managers and flgrx, also does it mean we can use fatdog packages in alphat? please explain this initrd stuff for newbies

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Re: Updated: New Alphat 32bit and 64bit

Postby Scooby » 24 Nov 2014, 15:41

Anniekin wrote:what does this mean (alphaT)? Do packages work better from arch, i 'm having trouble in alphaos installing alternative window managers and flgrx, also does it mean we can use fatdog packages in alphat? please explain this initrd stuff for newbies


alphat is using alphaOS_14.5 as its base and is using archlinux packages.
in short description this OS is arch based OS but with initrd from fd630, puppylinux like init.

- UEFI idea from fd630 too
- using stable kernel 3.13 .config is from alphaOS 14.5

checkout: http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=92727

No idea about alternative window manager but my guess would be just as hard

about initrd read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Initrd
basically away to boot linux


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