Revision [29614]

Last edited on 2013-11-26 06:36:32 by darkcity [View contents of .pet or .deb packages thread]]]
Additions:
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=90292 View contents of .pet or .deb packages thread]]
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=78202 PET does not contain all the files in the folder thread]]
Deletions:
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=78202 PET does not contain all the files in the folder - thread]]


Revision [28389]

Edited on 2013-08-06 16:21:31 by darkcity [View contents of .pet or .deb packages thread]]]
Additions:
{{include tonguesPET}}


Revision [25422]

Edited on 2012-12-30 15:54:49 by darkcity [~[[HowToUninstall How to Uninstall software]] ~[[U]
Additions:
~[[UnPet]] - quick removal of Pet packages


Revision [23298]

Edited on 2012-08-17 09:30:56 by darkcity [the software]
Additions:
~PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) files are used in Puppy 2.14 and later. They are packages that add extra software. Pets are available from the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. //Click on a downloaded Pet file to install the software.//
Deletions:
~PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) files are used in Puppy 2.14 and later. They are packages that add extra software. Pets are available from the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Click on a downloaded Pet file to install software.


Revision [23213]

Edited on 2012-08-09 13:50:33 by darkcity [split uninstall]
Additions:
{{image url="http://puppylinux.com/pet100.png" title="pet" alt="pet" width="60"}}
~[[HowToUninstall How to Uninstall software]]
~[[Compiling Compiling Index]]
Deletions:
{{image url="http://puppylinux.com/pet100.png" title="pet" alt="pet"}}
==Uninstalling PET packages==
~A package can be uninstalled via the PPM:
~~-In Lucid Puppy 5.2x - A list of installed packages is shown in the main window, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
~~-In Slacko Puppy 5.3x - Click on the 'uninstall' button. A list of installed packages is shown, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
~[[Compiling]]


Revision [22706]

Edited on 2012-07-23 15:28:31 by darkcity [uninstall expand]
Additions:
==Uninstalling PET packages==
~A package can be uninstalled via the PPM:
~~-In Lucid Puppy 5.2x - A list of installed packages is shown in the main window, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
~~-In Slacko Puppy 5.3x - Click on the 'uninstall' button. A list of installed packages is shown, un-install packages by selecting one from this list.
==Also on the wiki==
==Related Webpages==
Deletions:
==Also see==
==Related Pages==


Revision [22135]

Edited on 2012-07-10 08:40:48 by coolpup [uninstall expand]
Deletions:
CategorySoftware


Revision [22116]

Edited on 2012-07-09 09:38:13 by darkcity ["pinstall.sh" that executes immediately after the]
Additions:
~Also, two script files may be present-
~~##pinstall.sh## that executes immediately after the package files are installed
~~##puninstall.sh## that executes immediately after the files are uninstalled.


Revision [21494]

Edited on 2012-05-11 19:02:04 by darkcity [link]
Additions:
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=78202 PET does not contain all the files in the folder - thread]]


Revision [21328]

Edited on 2012-04-24 12:41:00 by darkcity [indent]
Additions:
~PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) files are used in Puppy 2.14 and later. They are packages that add extra software. Pets are available from the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Click on a downloaded Pet file to install software.
~PET files should never be assumed interchangeable between versions. Sometimes it works - sometimes not.
~An older pet is more likely to work on a newer puppy than the reverse.
~When you compile a package, it looks at all the specifics of your OS and builds the program customized for that OS. Simpler programs need fewer specifics than complex ones - so simple stuff tends to be more portable.
~Also, if your using a derivative its useful to find out which 'mainstream' [[PuppyVersionIndex version]] of Puppy its based on.
~Pets are tarballs, just like '.tar.gz' files, with a [[MD5sum MD5sum]] appended on the end. The in-built [[MD5sum MD5sum]] is handy, as the file can be checked for integrity after being downloaded. They are used for packaging programs designed or compiled for Puppy and provide desktop icons, menu info etc specific to Puppy. Tarball files have a .tar extension. Or tar.gz if compressed with gzip. Pet files on the other hand have a .pet extension.
~It can sometimes be useful to extract the contents of a Pet file, do this by
~~-right clicking on the Pet file in the filer window
~~-selecting File '<filename>.PET' > 'Extract here'
~[[PPM Puppy Package Management]]
~[[Compiling]]
~[[Tarballs]]
~[[GnewPet]] - extracts pets and sfs from current installation
~[[PetMaker]] - simple tools for making pets and sfs
~[[SFS]] - sfs format packages
~[[http://puppylinux.com/development/createpet.htm Guide Installing and Making Pets page]]
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=35507 Guide to making PET files on forum]]
CategorySoftware
Deletions:
PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) files are used in Puppy 2.14 and later. They are packages that add extra software. Pets are available from the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Click on a downloaded Pet file to install software.
PET files should never be assumed interchangeable between versions. Sometimes it works - sometimes not.
An older pet is more likely to work on a newer puppy than the reverse.
When you compile a package, it looks at all the specifics of your OS and builds the program customized for that OS. Simpler programs need fewer specifics than complex ones - so simple stuff tends to be more portable.
Also, if your using a derivative its useful to find out which 'mainstream' [[PuppyVersionIndex version]] of Puppy its based on.
Pets are tarballs, just like '.tar.gz' files, with a [[MD5sum MD5sum]] appended on the end. The in-built [[MD5sum MD5sum]] is handy, as the file can be checked for integrity after being downloaded. They are used for packaging programs designed or compiled for Puppy and provide desktop icons, menu info etc specific to Puppy. Tarball files have a .tar extension. Or tar.gz if compressed with gzip. Pet files on the other hand have a .pet extension.
It can sometimes be useful to extract the contents of a Pet file, do this by
-right clicking on the Pet file in the filer window
-selecting File '<filename>.PET' > 'Extract here'
[[PPM Puppy Package Management]]
[[Compiling]]
[[Tarballs]]
[[GnewPet]] - extracts pets and sfs from current installation
[[PetMaker]] - simple tools for making pets and sfs
[[SFS]] - sfs format packages
[[http://puppylinux.com/development/createpet.htm Barry's Blog guide to Installing and Making Pets]]
[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=35507 Guide to making PET files]]


Revision [21101]

Edited on 2012-03-26 17:51:25 by darkcity [text]
Additions:
[[http://puppylinux.com/development/createpet.htm Barry's Blog guide to Installing and Making Pets]]
Deletions:
[[http://puppylinux.com/development/createpet.htm Barry's Blog Pet Page]]


Revision [20764]

Edited on 2012-02-25 08:42:11 by darkcity [text]
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[[SFS]] - sfs format packages


Revision [20763]

Edited on 2012-02-25 08:41:44 by darkcity [text]
Additions:
[[GnewPet]] - extracts pets and sfs from current installation
[[PetMaker]] - simple tools for making pets and sfs


Revision [20704]

Edited on 2012-02-19 13:49:48 by darkcity [Compatibility Across Different Puppy Versions]
Additions:
==Compatibility Across Different Puppy Versions==
PET files should never be assumed interchangeable between versions. Sometimes it works - sometimes not.
An older pet is more likely to work on a newer puppy than the reverse.
When you compile a package, it looks at all the specifics of your OS and builds the program customized for that OS. Simpler programs need fewer specifics than complex ones - so simple stuff tends to be more portable.
Also, if your using a derivative its useful to find out which 'mainstream' [[PuppyVersionIndex version]] of Puppy its based on.


Revision [20290]

Edited on 2012-01-16 15:38:18 by darkcity [gramma]
Additions:
PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) files are used in Puppy 2.14 and later. They are packages that add extra software. Pets are available from the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Click on a downloaded Pet file to install software.
Deletions:
PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) adopted in Puppy version 2.14 and later, is used to add extra software. Pets are available from the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Click on a downloaded Pet file to install software.


Revision [19888]

Edited on 2011-12-20 14:14:43 by darkcity [extract pet contents]
Additions:
==Extract Pet file contents==
It can sometimes be useful to extract the contents of a Pet file, do this by
-right clicking on the Pet file in the filer window
-selecting File '<filename>.PET' > 'Extract here'


Revision [19439]

Edited on 2011-11-11 20:07:42 by darkcity [link tidy]
Additions:
==Also see==
[[Tarballs]]
[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=35507 Guide to making PET files]]
Deletions:
About tarballs:
http://filext.com/file-extension/gz
http://searchenterpriselinux.techtarget.com/sDefinition/0,,sid39_gci821048,00.html


Revision [18684]

Edited on 2011-10-09 03:46:45 by CrustyLobster [used to add extra software]
Additions:
PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) adopted in Puppy version 2.14 and later, is used to add extra software. Pets are available from the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Click on a downloaded Pet file to install software.
Deletions:
PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) is the unified package system adopted in Puppy version 2.14 and later. They are used to easily add extra software to Puppy. They can be accessed from repositories by the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Alternatively you can run a Pet file and it will automatically install the software.


Revision [18669]

Edited on 2011-10-08 13:18:26 by darkcity [used to add extra software]
Additions:
[[HomePage]] > [[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[FileTypes]]
Deletions:
[[HomePage]] > [[SoftwareIndex Software Index]]


Revision [16810]

Edited on 2011-07-17 17:13:41 by darkcity [used to add extra software]
Additions:
[[HomePage]] > [[SoftwareIndex Software Index]]
====Pet files====
==File Contents==
==Related Pages==
Deletions:
===Pet files===
===File Contents===
===Related Pages===


Revision [15961]

Edited on 2011-06-24 08:54:07 by coolpup [used to add extra software]
Additions:
CategoryInstallation
Deletions:
If a pet file is installed with the Puppy Package Manager then there will be a dialog.
CategoryDevelopment


Revision [15276]

Edited on 2011-06-11 20:44:13 by darkcity [used to add extra software]

No Differences

Revision [15275]

Edited on 2011-06-11 20:42:30 by darkcity [used to add extra software]
Additions:
{{image url="http://puppylinux.com/pet100.png" title="pet" alt="pet"}}
===Pet files===
PET (Puppy's Extra Treats) is the unified package system adopted in Puppy version 2.14 and later. They are used to easily add extra software to Puppy. They can be accessed from repositories by the [[PPM Puppy Package Management]] system. Alternatively you can run a Pet file and it will automatically install the software.
===File Contents===
===Related Pages===
[[http://puppylinux.com/development/createpet.htm Barry's Blog Pet Page]]
[[PPM Puppy Package Management]]
[[Compiling]]
----
==Categories==
CategoryDevelopment
Deletions:
[[http://puppylinux.com/development/createpet.htm Barrys Pet Page]]


Revision [15164]

Edited on 2011-06-05 08:05:41 by coolpup [used to add extra software]
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{{image url="http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/5056/dpetrx2.jpg" title="graphic" alt="graphic"}}
----
==Categories==
CategoryDocumentation


Revision [8086]

Edited on 2010-07-07 12:43:02 by coolpup [used to add extra software]
Additions:
CategoryDocumentation
Deletions:
CategoryAdditionalSoftware
CategoryHowTo
CategoryPuppyDocumentation


Revision [3968]

Edited on 2009-11-03 14:52:59 by Puppyite [used to add extra software]
Additions:
Pets are tarballs, just like '.tar.gz' files, with a [[MD5sum MD5sum]] appended on the end. The in-built [[MD5sum MD5sum]] is handy, as the file can be checked for integrity after being downloaded. They are used for packaging programs designed or compiled for Puppy and provide desktop icons, menu info etc specific to Puppy. Tarball files have a .tar extension. Or tar.gz if compressed with gzip. Pet files on the other hand have a .pet extension.
Deletions:
Pets are tarballs, just like '.tar.gz' files, with a md5sum appended on the end. The in-built md5sum is handy, as the file can be checked for integrity after being downloaded. They are used for packaging programs designed or compiled for Puppy and provide desktop icons, menu info etc specific to Puppy. Tarball files have a .tar extension. Or tar.gz if compressed with gzip. Pet files on the other hand have a .pet extension.


Revision [3544]

Edited on 2009-10-29 13:37:04 by Puppyite [used to add extra software]
Additions:
About tarballs:
Deletions:
See here:
And here:


Revision [3543]

Edited on 2009-10-29 13:36:19 by Puppyite [used to add extra software]
Additions:
Pets are tarballs, just like '.tar.gz' files, with a md5sum appended on the end. The in-built md5sum is handy, as the file can be checked for integrity after being downloaded. They are used for packaging programs designed or compiled for Puppy and provide desktop icons, menu info etc specific to Puppy. Tarball files have a .tar extension. Or tar.gz if compressed with gzip. Pet files on the other hand have a .pet extension.
Deletions:
Pets are tarballs, just like '.tar.gz' files, with a md5sum appended on the end. The in-built md5sum is handy, as the file can be checked for integrity after being downloaded. They are used for packaging programs designed or compiled for Puppy and provide desktop icons, menu info etc specific to Puppy
Tarball files have a .tar extension. Or tar.gz if compressed with gzip. Pet files on the other hand have a .pet extension.


Revision [3542]

Edited on 2009-10-29 13:35:51 by Puppyite [used to add extra software]
Additions:
If a pet file is installed with the Puppy Package Manager then there will be a dialog.
Deletions:
If a pet file is installed with the Puppy Package Manager then THERE WILL BE A DIALOG.


Revision [3541]

Edited on 2009-10-29 13:35:26 by Puppyite [used to add extra software]
Additions:
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==Categories==
CategoryAdditionalSoftware
CategoryHowTo
CategoryPuppyDocumentation


Revision [2222]

Edited on 2009-10-16 01:01:27 by Puppyite [used to add extra software]
Additions:
{{image url="http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/5056/dpetrx2.jpg" title="graphic" alt="graphic"}}
Deletions:
{{image url="http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/5056/dpetrx2.jpg" title="text" alt="text"}}


Revision [2179]

Edited on 2009-10-15 04:09:12 by CrustyLobster [used to add extra software]
Additions:
Tarball files have a .tar extension. Or tar.gz if compressed with gzip. Pet files on the other hand have a .pet extension.
See here:
http://filext.com/file-extension/gz
And here:
http://searchenterpriselinux.techtarget.com/sDefinition/0,,sid39_gci821048,00.html
If a pet file is installed with the Puppy Package Manager then THERE WILL BE A DIALOG.
Deletions:
Pets install to a fixed location. They have no dialogs, and so can also be installed without X.


Revision [2152]

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