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Hi nitram
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Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because one of the following protocols (grabber-2015jun30-15) isn't associated with any program or is not allowed in this context.
The default .png save is something like:
grabber-2015Jun30-15:47:54.png
When i eliminate colons and underscores then Firefox opens the image without complaint:
grabber2015Jun30154754.png
I did, however, forget to delete my old grabber.conf file. I will purge the old config file and retest upon rebooting later today. Did something get changed with the naming nomenclature?
No, the format did not change.


Come to think of it, when using tab completion on one of those file names, the colons wind up being escaped with a backslash.
OK, colons will be removed as will be the leading dash. The default filename will look like:
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YYYYmonthDD-HHMMSS.pngFour digit year, three character month, two digit day, dash, six digit time stamp in 24 hour format.

If you still have IceWm loaded, I'd appreciate if you could test grabber with that.
I'll PM you a link with the revised version.
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TCE Corepure64 / Re: 64 bit rsync Package
« Last post by cbrunner on Today at 04:19:04 PM »
One last bit on the build environment; its now on docker hub.  The extension can be rebuilt with the following commands:

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mkdir bundle
docker pull cameronbrunner/tinycorelinux-extensions:rsync
docker run -t -i -v `pwd`/bundle:/scratch/bundle docker.io/cameronbrunner/tinycorelinux-extensions:rsync

The tcz will end up in `pwd`/bundle.
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ODROID / Re: Odroid-C1
« Last post by roborob on Today at 03:54:29 PM »
I will take that as a no.  Thanks anyway.

All of the information you need is on the forum/wiki.    I'm not sure where you are getting hung up.   But We'll be posting an image soon, which you can then just burn to an SD card and test.

But if you still want to build everything from scratch yourself........Your first step is being able to compile a kernel........ just follow the directions on the odroid wiki.
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Sorry i was hurried earlier. Removed old grabber.conf and rebooted, reloaded new grabber, new config, works well. Same Firefox issue as above. Really a Firefox issue but would be nice to open the .png file across any application without hassle. Try to keep my installs simple so Firefox is used as a rarely needed image viewer.

The .png images open perfectly in Firefox via Fluff double-click when the colons are replaced in the default filename:
grabber-2015Jun30-16:35:30.png     ---> not work
grabber-2015Jun30-16C35C30.png     ---> works

In addition to saveprefix=grabber in grabber.conf, would you consider changing the default or providing an option to save the time format as something like grabber-2015Jun30-163530.png?
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ODROID / Re: Odroid-C1
« Last post by Paul_123 on Today at 03:07:12 PM »
All of the information you need is on the forum/wiki.    I'm not sure where you are getting hung up.   But We'll be posting an image soon, which you can then just burn to an SD card and test.

But if you still want to build everything from scratch yourself........Your first step is being able to compile a kernel........ just follow the directions on the odroid wiki.   
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Hi Rich. Just tested, works well in TC6 using Fluxbox. The screen stepping behaviour totally eliminated. I performed several next invocations and still no wierd screen shift.

Something else. When i tested your original grabber.tcz a .png file was saved to home directory and double-clicking the file in Fluff properly opened the image in Firefox. With this version, the image gets sent to a new Firefox tab but the image does not load with the following error:
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Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because one of the following protocols (grabber-2015jun30-15) isn't associated with any program or is not allowed in this context.
The default .png save is something like:
grabber-2015Jun30-15:47:54.png
When i eliminate colons and underscores then Firefox opens the image without complaint:
grabber2015Jun30154754.png
I did, however, forget to delete my old grabber.conf file. I will purge the old config file and retest upon rebooting later today. Did something get changed with the naming nomenclature? Note: Opening the .png image through Firefox (Firefox > file > openfile), just not via double-click Fluff. Strange. Will update again later.
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Extension requests / LLVM/Clang for Tiny Core 5.4
« Last post by Zill on Today at 12:35:53 PM »
I am giving this a shot, but I'm not that confident in my abilities.  If anybody can help out with this I would appreciate it.
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General TC Talk / Re: Query boot and .iso image...
« Last post by nitram on Today at 12:35:37 PM »
Ascii art is very fun, though not as cool as MS paint artwork.
To me they look like penguins. If i wanted an owl, it would probably look something like a horned owl:
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       ,__,
      ( 'v')
     /(    )\
    /  ~mm~  \
Your stock Tux looks better with the eye, but i think it's extended ascii. I can't think of a good basic anscii symbol to use for an eye either.
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TCE Talk / Re: Extensions from 4.x repo verified ok with tc-5
« Last post by Rich on Today at 12:23:16 PM »
Hi nitram
So as not to pollute this thread, let's continue this here:
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,18412.msg113558.html#msg113558
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Continued from here:
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,15906.msg113496.html#msg113496

Hi nitram
Under TC4 running flwm_topside the program runs perfectly, so I installed fluxbox and saw the behavior you described where the
screen appears to shift up and the user panel at the top of the screen shows up twice. I also noticed each time the  n  key was
pressed to invoke another instance of grabber, the screen would shift down.  It seems the window manager is a bit grabby with
my window and ignored my polite request for size, position, and placement on the display stack. So I made some changes and
ask the window manager in a firmer tone of voice to keep it's mitts off my window. The above problems both seem to be resolved.
I will PM you a link to download the new version of grabber.tcz to try out.
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