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Added Puppy Linux URLs.

Changed some wording, etc.

Apollia authored on06/01/2018 13:32:18
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 Until hearing about Gobo Linux, I didn't even realize it was possible to reorganize a GNU/Linux system so tidily, and apparently without that causing anywhere near as many problems as I assumed it would.
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-<br>My software is just inspired by them, but doesn't use actual code from them.  I wasn't able to figure out how to make the software from Gobo Linux and NixOS work with my usual OS, Puppy Linux.
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+<br>My software is just inspired by them, but doesn't use actual code from them.  I wasn't able to figure out how to make the software from Gobo Linux and NixOS work with my usual OS, Puppy Linux.  http://puppylinux.com/
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 Also, to make sure APSK (Apollia's Puppy Linux Setup Kit) would continue to have a good chance of easily working with most uncustomized Puppy Linuxes, I wanted APSK's basic building blocks to mostly be written in Bash and/or Perl.
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 **Full path** - A shorter way of saying "absolute path".
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+**LH64_602_B2** - My abbreviation for Lighthouse 64 Puppy Linux 6.02 Beta 2.  http://lhpup.org/
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-**LH64_602_B2** - My abbreviation for Lighthouse 64 Puppy Linux 6.02 Beta 2.
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+**Lupu5284** - My abbreviation for Lucid Puppy Linux 5.2.8 version 004.  http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=70855
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-**Lupu5284** - My abbreviation for Lucid Puppy Linux 5.2.8 version 004.
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 **Multifile** - The marvelous "multifiles" add-on for the wonderful text editor (and more) GNU Emacs enables you to edit multiple files all in the same window tab!  (Most text editors only let you work on multiple files in separate tabs.)  https://github.com/magnars/multifiles.el
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 It was quite a lot of work, and I wonder if any of my work from then might still be useful.
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-But, I'm reluctant to use jq as one of the basic building blocks of APSK, because jq must be compiled to run, and I'd rather not burden newbies to Puppy Linux with having to compile software (or download pre-compiled software) before platzes - a very important part of the renovated APSK - will even work at all.
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+But, I'm reluctant to use jq as one of the basic building blocks of APSK, because jq must be compiled to run, and I'd rather not burden newbies to Puppy Linux with having to compile software (or download pre-compiled software) before platzes - a very important part of the renovated APSK - will even work.
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 <br>Perhaps I might make Platz Trailblazer more complicated without using jq.  For example, it might be nice if updating one platz could automatically update all the other platzes which were derived from that platz.