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 [project] NaughtyPE, The Multimedia PE!
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post Feb 2 2008, 01:56 AM
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MedEvil
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NaughtyPE - The Multimedia PE!

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NaughtyPE is meant to be a portable EmergencyOS, to be carried around on a MiniCD and is therefore just 210MB in size, while it still features such cool things as sound and requires just 128MB RAM to operate, 256MB to use the video players.
For a plain build choose download level Recommended, if you'd like to debug NaughtyPE or one of it's apps, choose Complete. Download level Minimal is not supported.

The list of goodies includes:
- explorer as shell
- working sound
- mp3 player included
- video player included (actually 2 at the moment)
- internet radio included
- browser to surf the net and even watch youtube
- picture browser
- picture retouching programs
- CD/DVD burning software
- pdf reader
- a ton of fixing and emergency tools
- ....


How to use Quickscript:
Quick script is located in the Apps folder of NaughtyPE and it's use is rather trivial.
You simply navigate to an application that you wish to include in NaughtyPE, select the .exe and choose where you wish to create a shortcut to the named .exe.
Quickscript will then copy the folder, including the .exe and everything else that's in it, to NaughtyPE, using the foldername as name for the shortcut.

On the subject of drivers:
NaughtyPE comes with a full set of drivers for all virtual machines, as well as a set of drivers for the most common sound cards.
Since there is no such thing as common network cards. No network drivers, besides the ones for the VM, are included!!!

Because of the above, there's a simple way build into NaughtyPE to add own drivers for network, sound, ...
Put all drivers you wish to include into NaughtyPE into some folder. (Please note that the driver can not be an archive! i.e. you should have a bunch of files ending of inf,sys,dll and so on)
In WB go to NaughtyPE\Apps\Network\PENetwork. (Yes, sounds like it is for network only, but works for all drivers!)
Scroll down to "Add drivers from this directory (including subdirs):".
Browse to the "some" folder. wink.gif
Done!


Server: naughtype.winbuilder.net

exclamation.gif Warning: NaughtyPE requires the use of WB072 or WB077RC2!!! You can find a suitable WB version inside NaughtyPE\Tools\WB Version
Versions inbetween may or may not work as good, but are definitly not tested and therefore here not recommended!

Have fun!

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NaughtyPE - The Multimedia PE!
Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)


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post Feb 10 2008, 06:03 PM
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Uploaded a bugfix release.

Major changes:
- new CD-Opera version
- new XMPlay version
- new VLC version
- added WBversion.script (a script containing the version of WB, this project was tested with)
- removed ExplorerSpeedup.script since it is no longer necessary for browser file associations to work

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PS: Since i hardly see here any complains, the project must be eighter error free or nobody uses it.
Can't believe it's error free! laugh.gif


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NaughtyPE - The Multimedia PE!
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post Feb 11 2008, 07:16 PM
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You should consider using instead the one recommended by pHk Ninja from
http://www.screamer-radio.com/

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=28631

That one works better it seems and looks it also.


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post Feb 11 2008, 09:47 PM
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Screamer wants to save to own folder, so one has to run it from ramdisk.
Fishradio reads and saves to wherever you want.

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PS: Especialy the statement about the looks is wrong. wink.gif


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post Feb 16 2008, 06:08 PM
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medevil:

your project is unique in that vlc actually works. the only other project that i ve got it to work in is bartpecore.
what other scripts did you add to your project that are needed for vlc???

-c
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post Feb 16 2008, 07:55 PM
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Thanks.

If your project already has sound, the VLC script should be all you need.
In naughtyPE, VLC depends on AudioXPE, XPE-AIO, UniVBE and depending on your settings on USB-Support.

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Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)
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post Feb 28 2008, 02:11 PM
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QuickScript (How to)
Simply use the file box to select the desired executable and check the boxes for the links you want created.
Quickscript will then copy the folder containing the exe to 'programFiles' and created the requested shortcuts.

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Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)
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post Mar 5 2008, 02:41 PM
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Some people reported an annoyance with VLC, a message box popping up complaining about a missing dll.
This problem is not caused by the script, but by a bug in VLC itself.
Instead of loading the configuration first and then only the needed dll, VLC loads the dll it usually needs and then uses only the ones specified in the configuration file. That'S why after clicking the messages away, VLC works flawless.
I hoped to solve this problem by including the plugin cache file into the script, which get's processed like the configuration file should.
Unfortunately, this will only work if you have a german source too, else the absolute paths in the cache will not be correct anymore and the cache file is not used for startup.

At the moment the only solution i see, is to include the 'missing' dll, eventhough it is not used. thumbdown.gif

For doing this, you do not need to redownload anything, just enable the OpenGL checkbox on the XPE-AIO script.

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Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)
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post Mar 5 2008, 07:01 PM
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Updated NaughtyPE.

Changes:
- FishRadio now German/English
- XPE-AIO script OpenGL selected by default to fix the VLC message box
- Removed ForceGuest from Explorer Tweaks and Settings
- Updated FindOnClick with Galapos newest version, should now work fine from ro media as well.

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Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)
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post Mar 12 2008, 10:16 PM
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Small Bugfix Update.

Changed the USB-Support script, the previous one had problems with Hotplug.

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NaughtyPE - The Multimedia PE!
Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)
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