I thought maybe the repos I was trying to pull from were down so I added the official mirror.slackware one to the DISTRO_COMPAT_REPOS file, but when i try to run 0setup again it gives me the same failure.
Can one of you smart dudes point me in the right direction?
try typing woof_gui instead, youll get the gui come up and you can work
from there easier.
On 09/03/2014 10:57 AM, Corinne [via woof-CE] wrote:
> Im a total noob to puppy. I seem to have a problem that im sure is simple but
> i cant figure out.
> I ran merge2out without problem. When I go into the directory and run
> 0setup I get the following error: http://pastebin.com/ASk0a8GD >
> I thought maybe the repos I was trying to pull from were down so I added the
> official mirror.slackware one to the DISTRO_COMPAT_REPOS file, but when i
> try to run 0setup again it gives me the same failure.
> Can one of you smart dudes point me in the right direction?
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Did you clone the git repo or downloaded the tarball or the 0.3 release?
Looks like you are in the master branch thus no x86_64
if you cloned the repo try "git checkout testing" and try again.
If you just want the current snapshot of the testing branch try
"git clone --depth 1 --branch testing https://github.com/puppylinux-woof-CE/woof-CE.git"
Thank you soi much for your help!
Ive no experience working with GIT before. I downloaded the master.zip and worked from that. I did find the testing branch and so I downloaded that zip.
I am still getting the same problem though. It -HAS- to be something I'm doing wrong. I can connect to the repos and download the PACKAGE.TXT files, but then when I try to DL the actual packages I get that they are not found. I think I will try to FTP a copy of the Slackware64 14.1 repo onto my machine and then try it using a local mirror.
I dont think i am skilled enough to help you dudes with coding woof, i just want to use woof. That's why i downloaded the ZIP instead of trying to learn how to use GIT via a terminal session.