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  Shenzhen Jingbang Hardware Electronic Co., Ltd
Posted by: cyylyy1 - 02-18-2019, 06:36 AM - Forum: Welcome - No Replies

Shenzhen Jingbang Hardware Electronic Co., Ltd. was established 10 years ago. The main products: 3D printer parts,CNC plates(such as :v slot linear rail,slot v wheel,Customized CNC plates ,Aluminum spacer etc )with standard fasteners (such as the screws, bolts, nuts, washers and so on), non-standard fasteners, CNC machining parts, stamping parts, lathe parts, etc. The standard can be according to GB, DIN, ANSI, JIS, ISO, EN, JB, NFE and UNI standards.Jingbang have helped customers to design many new products and save cost. Product development can offer many business opportunities to customers. After so many years' development, now we have many different kinds of patented products.

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  Test, just a test
Posted by: Freddiewhern - 12-31-2018, 02:28 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (1)

Hello. And Bye.

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  Moved from WIndows
Posted by: Larry - 01-01-2018, 02:46 PM - Forum: On Topic - Replies (4)

I have moved my wife from Windows to Iwlnx - she has no isssues and is happy with it.
She plays on facebook mostly along with Office applications.

I also migrated my sister from Windows to Iwlnx - she is happy so far.

2 down, rest of the windoz world to go.


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  IWLNX 2.0 Released today
Posted by: Larry - 11-13-2017, 01:44 PM - Forum: Release Information - Replies (5)

IWLNX 2.0 Tigerlilly is available for download.

Please test and let me know what to add/delete.

It is based on Debian 9


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Posted by: Larry - 06-08-2017, 01:04 PM - Forum: Builder - Replies (12)

I have completed the alpha version of SysBuilder.
It is a work in progress but a great tool for the beginner that
does not want to spend the time to learn what is involved in
building a system but is in small enough chunks that you can
learn the concepts very quickly if wanted.
It will allow you to build a base system at this time.
Working on adding the code to customize the system to include
packages that you want.

  1. a disk partition to build the new system on ( I use a 32G USB stick)
      A. You can build directly to a hd partition if you have the space.
  2. Takes about 2 days to run to completion on my laptop.
      A. It has restart capabilities but I have a few undocumented features (bugs) there.
  3. Kinda minty feeling at completion - this may change.
  4. Allows you to select desktop at runtime. I have MATE working well. Working on
      KFCE, KDE, and Gnome.

Will upload and make available this week - I hope.
Need testers - any takers?
Sure hope I am not wasting my time.


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  Pinguy has returned
Posted by: Larry - 06-08-2017, 01:42 AM - Forum: On Topic - Replies (14)

I see that after all my effort to save Pinguy that he has returned.
Problem is that I have done lots of work on a new OS.

I will have a 2.0 release soon.
I will have a SysBuilder that will build a system from scratch. (LFS base with selected UI)
I also have a section that will install all additional software to add the most useful items
that people need to get off windoz.

I have a new OSBuilder that works with most systems.

I will continue to follow Pinguy but will also support this fork.
I still want more people to work on development with me so as
not to be put in position of someone needing to step up to save the ship.
I do not want this to be a one man show.


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  First release of OSBuilder
Posted by: Larry - 05-11-2017, 05:29 PM - Forum: Builder - Replies (4)

The first release is available on the download page http://iwlnx.com/download.html

It has small updates over the 14.4 Pinguy version. It may not work well with older releases.
It has updates to isolinux.
Test only in a safe place and let me know your results.


PS - noticed a problem with the language files.
If you have a problem starting OSBuilder - delete the language file for
your language and it should work.

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  IWLNX 1.1 64bit now available
Posted by: Larry - 05-03-2017, 12:19 PM - Forum: Release Information - Replies (7)

The next release of IWLNX is now available for download at:

This is a beta re-brand of Pinguy14.4 with some small fixes.

Please test and let me know of issues and/or request.


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  Future plans for Builder
Posted by: Larry - 05-03-2017, 12:13 PM - Forum: Builder - Replies (1)

I also like PinguyBuilder.
It is my intent to advance it once I get the OS stabilized.

Leave me request here - I know there are some issues with some OS's.
Just not sure all that have issues.


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  Thank you
Posted by: pcspecialistpdx - 05-03-2017, 12:49 AM - Forum: Builder - No Replies

Thank you for taking over.  I had donated numerous times to Antonio as an incentive for him to update it as needed to keep it working with Linux Mint but it would appear he abandoned it.  I'm anxiously awaiting any new version you come up with as Antonio's was broken when Mint updated to 18.1.

PLEASE keep us Mint users in mind when you work on the new builder.  I promise to reward you as I did Antonio.

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