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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.


  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.

  Some logos to kick around
Posted by: Larry - 04-25-2017, 05:58 PM - Forum: Art General - Replies (1)

See attachments.

Let me know if you like one or the other better.

Currently using  this one.

[Image: logo1.png]


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Posted by: Larry - 04-25-2017, 05:42 PM - Forum: Plans and Discussion - Replies (5)

Seems that the name IWOS was taken.
So it is now IWLNX.

Moved the site and forum to iwlnx.com
Working on re-master to IWLNX now.


  IWOS 1.0-64bit now available
Posted by: Larry - 04-23-2017, 11:53 AM - Forum: Release Information - Replies (4)

The first release of IWOS is now available for download at http://iwlinux.org/iwos/download.html

This is a beta re-brand of Pinguy14.4.

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


  still no one back on art work
Posted by: Kantoquad - 04-20-2017, 09:18 PM - Forum: Ideas and thoughts - No Replies

I may be getting impatient, but I will send out some more emails to other people

Posted by: Larry - 04-17-2017, 12:38 PM - Forum: Plans and Discussion - Replies (1)

There was a list of modification files for Pinguy posted on the old forum.
I tried to get them but they seem to be gone.

This is the files needed to make Pinguy from Ubuntu - does anyone have these files?
It would save a lot of work.


  Ubuntu and IWOS
Posted by: Larry - 04-17-2017, 12:36 PM - Forum: Plans and Discussion - Replies (8)

Pinguy seems to be tied closely to Ubuntu.

Do we want to continue this path or make IWOS a stand-alone fork.

Need opinions.


  Other things I need to do
Posted by: Larry - 04-15-2017, 01:46 PM - Forum: Plans and Discussion - Replies (3)

Set up Github.
Find all the external references to Pinguy and not that IWOS is now available.
Artwork - need lots of help here.
Set up developers area - this is similar to Github but just bleeding edge stuff.


  Need your input
Posted by: Larry - 04-15-2017, 01:43 PM - Forum: Plans and Discussion - Replies (7)

I have a plan in mind.
    1.  Upload 14.4 32 and 64 bit and make available for download here.
    2.  Re-brand to IWOS to avoid issues with previous PinguyOS.
    3.  Look at the latest Ubuntu and see what changed then update IWOS.
    4.  Build an IWOS version from scratch.
         a.  Keep one fork following Ubuntu.
         b.  Make version with latest kernel - this is mostly for me.

Any Ideas or suggestions?