SL4P - Slackware for Pandora. Version 13.37 and version -current (unstable). Get SL4P-13.37 http://slackware.ope...-13.37%2Frootfs Get SL4P-current http://slackware.ope...urrent%2Frootfs More than 200 packages are already compiled for 13.37 and -current, and ready to download/install. SL4P Wiki page, installation, updates etc. : http://pandorawiki.o...ts/OS/Slackware About Slackware : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slackware SL4P-13.37 features : -full 3.X hardware support (keyboard, D-pad, buttons, nubs, touchscreen, brightness, OP button, sound, internal and external Wi-Fi, both USB ports, TV-out, 3D driver) minus bluetooth -8 window managers, including Minimenu and Xfce-4.6.2 -KDE-4.5.5 (512M RAM recommended, 8G SD card), installed via internet in two commands -pnd support -pndstore support -most official setup scripts support -zram support -rebuilt slightly optimized video player (mplayer-20101218) -rebuilt optimized audio player (xmms-1.2.11) -three standard firewall configs for eth0, usb0 and wlan0 -updates through official Slackware repository -hundreds of pre-compiled packages hosted @ openpandora.org -an automatized package building system (sbopkg) -the SL4P build system (hosted @ openpandora.org), which can be used to port any Linux/*NIX to Open Pandora -official OP 3.X kernel + git kernel + real time kernel -gcc-*-4.5.2/make-3.82 -perl-5.12.3, python-2.6.6, ruby-1.9.1 -xorg-server-1.9.5 -Apache-2.2.22 -php-5.3.10 -vsftpd-2.3.5 -Xfce layout chooser (beta - see the wiki notes) Bugs/not yet included features : -3.X kernel slow SD access - corrected with the new Super Zaxxon b3 kernel -3.X kernel lack of suspend-to-ram when running from SD card - corrected with the new SZb3 kernel -3.X kernel black and white TV-out - corrected with the new SZb3 kernel -3.X kernel lack of OPP settings - corrected with the new SZb3 kernel -bluetooth not patched -old firefox (13.37) -unperfect automounter -no autologin Tested .pnd compatibility list : http://pandorawiki.o...patibility-list Packages compiled for SL4P 13.37 : http://slackware.ope...ackages%2Fextra Packages compiled for SL4P -current http://slackware.ope...ackages%2Fextra List of official armedslack-13.37 packages : http://ftp.slackware...kware/FILE_LIST List of official armedslack-current packages : http://ftp.slackware...kware/FILE_LIST #### Thanks to OP team : http://pandorawiki.org/Team (Some are still missing here) And other people : http://boards.openpandora.org Very special HUGE thanks to Notaz. Without your help, i probably won't have succeeded. Thanks to skeezix for Minimenu help. Thanks to milkshake and Tempel for PNDstore help. Thanks to McLovin for wi-fi tricks. Thanks to sebt3 for solving the /usr/share/applications/op_* mystery. Also for compatibility help. Thanks to Blastrock. Join the OP community, man ^^. Thanks to bagmouse7 for testing. Thanks to Binky for the banners. Thanks to Gruso, who saved my rootfs from a bad packaging ;^). Thanks to Ivanovic for the zram tip. Thanks to EvilDragon for providing web space. I'm honoured. Thanks to Patrick Volkerding : http://slackware.com And Stuart Winter http://www.armedslack.org Thanks to all LQ.org answerers : http://www.linuxquestions.org Thanks to OSS developers. And, of course, Richard Stallman and Linus Torvalds. #### Code: Original post : Code: Hi ! So in a few days, i will release a new up-to-date Linux OS for Open Pandora, based on Slackware. (btw, ED plz, remember me... i'm on my own to debug for now :/) It will include a lot of goodies, but maybe there's obvious things i missed. So here's my questions : do you need something special ? Something useful that every distro should ship, or something that will serve well the OP community. I already compiled many packages from here [url="http://slackbuilds.org/repository/13.37/"]http://slackbuilds.o...pository/13.37/[/url] but i may add a few. Also, my rootfs archive is around 1G and my current build is > 4G on a SD. I've not decided yet if i will slim down under 4G, or bloat ? My current limit is 8G, but if most of you use 4G cards, i may reconsider. Also, do you want fixed IP adress on all interfaces + ssh activated by default ? I will probably create a default user (op/op), but do you prefer no user at all, and create yours ? Tell me.