Hello Michael, Rudi, et al,
On 27/09/2007, Michael Bunk wrote:
> I have put the basemod-2.6.17-2007-09-27_0330.iso and
> morphix-livekiosk-2007-09-26_0018.mod autobuilds together. As you know,
> the kernel is not up to date. For the LiveKiosk, the R-Kiosk-Plugin
> installed is 0.3, which doesn't want to work with Firefox/Iceweasel
> 2.0. It asks for an upgrade upon start or disables itself. So I'll try
> to update the R-Kiosk at the minimod/mainmod level now, OK? Where or To
> whom to send the results in case I make it?
I have updated the templates and the manual page. All the base,
MainModule and MiniModules all fit nicely together. I done a couple
of test build and I am happy with the results.
Like I said before - I plan to a release when I have finished updating
MorphingMorphix. Alas the kernel is only 2.6.15, but Alex is playing
with the base module.
Thanks to Jure for pointing me in the direct of webconverger package.
It means that I have got ridden of the horrible tar-ball I was using.
All Debian -type packages now apart from the two lines to set navbar
on/off and homepage. Guess I be buying Jure a beer next week :)
On 29/09/2007, Rudi van Drunen wrote:
> If I do not need to do a complete rebuild and doing things an more easy
> way (which for sure must exist, only I do not get the merits) to get
> from a 0.0.3 iso for the kiosk to an version that has custom home page
> and custom background an easy step by step guide would be highly
As I have moved away from the tar-ball, an upgrade from 0.0.3 is no
longer possible. Full rebuilt at the moment. [But hey its only two
lines :) ]. The plan is to have an option in MorphingMorphix to
download MorphixLiveKiosk_0.0.4_MainModule, then ask the following:-
* Do you want the the navigation bar visible ?
* What homepage url ?
* Which Graphics Files to be used for re-branding ?
Then out spits a shinny customized MorphixLiveKiosk.
But if anyone has got an idea how to help with the pdf problem, please
point me in the right direction.
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