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File Date Author Commit
 debbuild 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [cc1a76] big change
 debian 2014-06-24 Ceasar Sun Ceasar Sun [a2b82a] modified: debian/changelog
 embedfiles 2013-05-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [72d715] add rcfile
 i18n 2013-05-21 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [4d4bc0] update gparted version checker
 logos 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [cc1a76] big change
 winbuild 2011-12-27 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [ab4ce1] ready to release 0.1
 .gitignore 2012-02-01 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [815d30] update pro
 ChangeLog 2013-10-14 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [b650e3] ready to release
 INSTALL 2013-05-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [65bea4] add version in title
 README.TXT 2013-05-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [a0c22f] update readme
 distrolst.cpp 2012-07-30 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [fb1e50] update for access md5sum file
 distrover.cpp 2011-10-04 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [d55543] initial add cloudbot
 gitlog-to-changelog 2010-10-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [974540] add changelog
 lpimport 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [cc1a76] big change
 main.cpp 2014-06-18 Ceasar Sun Ceasar Sun [f82db4] modified: debian/tuxboot.install
 mkpofiles 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [cc1a76] big change
 mkpotfile 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [749bf0] update i18n
 mktsfiles 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [cc1a76] big change
 release-src 2014-12-01 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [be5b9c] remove printf messages
 release-static-linux 2014-12-15 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [fced5c] update version number
 tuxboot-pkexec 2014-06-18 Ceasar Sun Ceasar Sun [f82db4] modified: debian/tuxboot.install
 tuxboot-windows.qrc 2011-10-04 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [a5a396] almost done
 tuxboot.cpp 2014-12-01 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [be5b9c] remove printf messages
 tuxboot.desktop 2014-06-18 Ceasar Sun Ceasar Sun [f82db4] modified: debian/tuxboot.install
 tuxboot.exe.manifest 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [2dc2d8] update for windows
 tuxboot.h 2014-07-16 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [5f2c05] update sort done
 tuxboot.ico 2011-12-15 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [e8e4fa] try to add windows ico
 tuxboot.pot 2011-12-27 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [ab4ce1] ready to release 0.1
 tuxboot.pro 2013-05-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [f199c2] update pro
 tuxboot.qrc 2011-12-20 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [2d9e78] fix linux boot fail
 tuxboot.ui 2014-06-18 Ceasar Sun Ceasar Sun [f82db4] modified: debian/tuxboot.install
 tuxboot.xcf 2011-12-14 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [51b015] source of logo
 tuxboot.xpm 2011-12-14 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [24ecbe] update log
 update_version 2013-05-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [65bea4] add version in title
 upx 2011-09-22 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [4aa9d7] remove some code not necessary
 vcs-revno 2011-09-28 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [94b317] still update for windows
 version 2014-12-15 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [fced5c] update version number
 version.h 2014-12-15 Thomas Tsai Thomas Tsai [fced5c] update version number

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Tuxboot Modify from UNetbootin Revision 485
Homepage at http://tuxboot.sourceforge.net
Licensed under the GNU GPL v2 and above, components from other projects are licensed under their respective licenses


UNetbootin Source Revision 485
Copyright Geza Kovacs
Homepage at http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net
Licensed under the GNU GPL v2 and above, components from other projects are licensed under their respective licenses
Build generated on Sun Jun 20 15:52:33 PDT 2010
See http://tuxboot.wiki.sourceforge.net/compile for build instructions

Building a Dynamically Linked Version

Dynamically linked builds are most useful for packaging into Linux distributions. If you are attempting to standalone version for deployment on Windows, go to the statically linked section.

Prerequisites

Latest "clean" tarball at http://tuxboot.sourceforge.net/tuxboot-source-clean-latest.tar.gz
libqt4-dev
g++

Instructions

1. Extract the tarball and cd to it

2. Run either the "INSTALL" script, or the following commands:

sed -i '/^RESOURCES/d' tuxboot.pro
lupdate-qt4 tuxboot.pro
lrelease-qt4 tuxboot.pro
qmake-qt4 "DEFINES += NOSTATIC" "RESOURCES -= tuxboot.qrc"
make


3. A dynamically linked executable which you can package will then be generated at "tuxboot"

4. If building a package, place the tuxboot_*.qm files in the /usr/share/tuxboot/ directory to enable the usage of localization.

5. If building a package, add "syslinux", "p7zip-full", "libqt4-core" (libQtCore.so.4), "libqt4-gui" (libQtGui.so.4), and "libqt4-network" (libQtNetwork.so.4) as dependencies.

Building a Statically Linked Version

Statically linked builds are most useful for standalone deployment, not packaging. They are the type that is available for download on the website.

Build System

I build on Ubuntu with g++ and mingw32, though it should work on other distributions as well.

Prerequisites

Latest source zip package at http://tuxboot.sourceforge.net/tuxboot-source-latest.zip
libqt4-dev
mingw32
g++

Instructions (Simple)

These instructions use pre-compiled versions of static Qt4 for Windows and Linux. If you'd like to build statically linked versions of Qt4 yourself, use the manual instructions instead.

1. Go to http://launchpad.net/tuxboot/+download and download these files:

qt4-win.7z http://launchpad.net/tuxboot/trunk/trunk/+download/qt4-win.7z

qt4-x11-glibc23.7z http://launchpad.net/tuxboot/trunk/trunk/+download/qt4-x11-glibc23.7z

Or if you can handle a GLIBC 2.4 dependency:

qt4-x11.7z http://launchpad.net/tuxboot/trunk/trunk/+download/qt4-x11.7z

2. Extract those files using 7-zip http://www.7-zip.org/ or p7zip-full on Linux, to get the directories "qt4-win" and "qt4-x11"

3. Move the qt4-win and qt4-x11 directories into the tuxboot build directory (the same directory containing the files tuxboot.cpp and tuxboot.pro, which is src/tuxboot in the repository).

4. cd to the tuxboot build directory, and run the script "./build"

5. Statically linked tuxboot binaries should be generated in the release subdirectory.

Instructions (Manual)

1) Build a statically linked Qt4 for Windows (instructions from http://doc.trolltech.com/4.3/deployment-windows.html#static-linking and http://qtnode.net/wiki?title=Building_static )

cd C:\Qt4
configure -static
make sub-src

2) Set up cross-compile environment (instructions from http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_MinGW_and_Qt4 )

If cross-compiling on Ubuntu, simply copy the file qmake-qt4.conf to /usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/win32-g++/qmake-qt4.conf

3) Copy over your statically linked Windows qt4 install directory to /usr/$(ls /usr/ | grep mingw32 | head --lines 1)/Qt/

4) Go to the directory containing the source files (tuxboot.cpp, main.cpp, tuxboot.pro, etc.), and run "./build" to automate steps 4 and 5, or to do it manually, run the following commands:

qmake -spec win32-g++ "RESOURCES += tuxboot-windows.qrc" "RC_FILE += ubnembed.rc" "QMAKE_LFLAGS += -Wl,-subsystem,windows"

make

5) You should now have a Windows .exe file at release/tuxboot.exe

To reduce file size, compress the executable using upx ( http://upx.sourceforge.net/ )

./upx --lzma ./tuxboot.exe

rsync -e ssh release/* thomas_tsai,tuxboot@frs.sourceforge.net:/home/frs/project/t/tu/tuxboot/`date +%G%m%d`/

git archive --format=tar --prefix=tuxboot-$ver/  HEAD | gzip > ../tuxboot-$ver.tar.gz



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Note: 
You can use 7-Zip on any computer, including a computer in a commercial 
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GNU LGPL information
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