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this page is part of the documentation available on the [dyne:bolic] distribution, you can find a project overview on http://dynebolic this page is part of the documentation available on the [dyne:bolic] distribution, you can find a project overview on http://www.dynebolic.org/


this page is part of the documentation available on the [dyne:bolic] distribution, you can find a project overview on http://www.dynebolic.org/

here it follows a "making-of" documentation, which can be updated by anyone involved.

in fact those pages are freely editable by anyone, but please don't change them just for experiment. if you want to better know what is a wiki read HelpForBeginners and experiment on WikiSandBox.

and here it comes a cheerfull image of what we are talking about:


DYNEBOLIC 1.0 :: proposed software upgrades and documentation

here is a proposal.

we also need to better document the following software: webpage and short description you are welcome to contribute to this work!!! edit the list below and add proper informations




  • === surf ===
    • phoenix

      stripped mozilla



      amazingly fast and light text and visual web broser


      ftp client

      choosing one, bomboclat say what


      lftp ?

      very cool ftp client with a lot of features


    === email === === chat ===
    • xchat

      user friendly IRC chat



      oldschool IRC chat


      ??? gabber o psi? e/o coccinella?

      jabber clients


      ??? gnomemeeting

      audio/video p2p conferencing


      tinyfugue and another mud client

      multi user dungeon clients


    === peer 2 peer ===
    • lopster

      gnutella, winmx & co client



      neighbor-based p2p (without central servers)



INCREDIBILE! il problema del mount count dei loopback devices e' risolto!


here is the query where lobo tells you ALL THE TRUTH:

Dec 10 00:10:14 <jaromil>       sto ricompilando tutto
Dec 10 00:10:23 <jaromil>       pensavo di togliere i .bol
Dec 10 00:10:30 <jaromil>       per il problema del limite dei mountpoint
Dec 10 00:10:36 <jaromil>       che mi conferma bomboclat
Dec 10 00:11:31 <_lobo> per il loop fs
Dec 10 00:11:35 <_lobo> si ho guardato
Dec 10 00:11:36 <_lobo> ma vedi
Dec 10 00:11:38 <_lobo> LEGGENDO IL MANUALE
Dec 10 00:11:46 <_lobo> si scopre che si puo' alzare il valore dei loop fs
Dec 10 00:11:48 <_lobo> infatti:
Dec 10 00:12:04 <_lobo> lobo@lobolo:~$ ls /dev/loop*
Dec 10 00:12:04 <_lobo> /dev/loop0   /dev/loop11  /dev/loop14  /dev/loop3 /dev/loop6  /dev/loop9
Dec 10 00:12:04 <_lobo> /dev/loop1   /dev/loop12  /dev/loop15  /dev/loop4 /dev/loop7
Dec 10 00:12:04 <_lobo> /dev/loop10  /dev/loop13  /dev/loop2   /dev/loop5 /dev/loop8
Dec 10 00:12:26 <_lobo> perche' nel mio computer e' settato a 15
Dec 10 00:12:30 <_lobo> ma e' un parametro del kernel
Dec 10 00:23:23 <jaromil>       AH
Dec 10 00:23:25 <jaromil>       ma dove
Dec 10 00:23:28 <jaromil>       ci stavamo guardando
Dec 10 00:23:32 <jaromil>       io ho GREPPATO il .config
Dec 10 00:23:40 <jaromil>       ma non ho trovato nulla al riguardo di MOUNT COUNT
Dec 10 00:23:51 <jaromil>       NO DAI PERCHE' TU ORA L'HAI TROVATO
Dec 10 00:23:56 <_lobo> e' IL PARAMETRO DEL MODULO
Dec 10 00:24:38 <_lobo> #define MAJOR_NR LOOP_MAJOR
Dec 10 00:24:38 <_lobo> static int max_loop = 8;
Dec 10 00:24:40 <_lobo> in
Dec 10 00:24:47 <_lobo> root@lobolo:/usr/src/linux/drivers/block# more loop.c
Dec 10 00:24:49 <_lobo> loop.c
Dec 10 00:24:51 <_lobo> LI'
Dec 10 00:24:59 <_lobo> e si passa come PARAMETRO
Dec 10 00:25:12 <_lobo>  * Maximum number of loop devices when compiled-in now selectable by passing
Dec 10 00:25:12 <_lobo>  * max_loop=<1-255> to the kernel on boot.
Dec 10 00:25:12 <_lobo>  * Erik I. Bols\370, <eriki@himolde.no>, Oct 31, 1999
Dec 10 00:25:20 <_lobo> SAI E' DAL NOVANTANOVE CHE SI FA COSI'

GNU/Linux based live bootable CD-ROM

DyneBolic is a really cool Blasting live bootable CD-ROM, this means is a neat disk you put in your cd reader and reboot the machine, having a complete operative system recognizing your sound, video, TV and network cards and running only with Free Software. DyneBolic works without the need of harddisks, you need just some low profile requirements (see below) and you'll get back Good Software ;)

This distribution is an effort to give everyone the possibility to discover how GNU/Linux and free software taste better than any other operative system; while it is also a way to support research in free software development: if you think that any customization of Dyne owned :)

DyneBolic (last edited 2012-08-02 16:24:08 by anonymous)