The pet installer will add each executable to the menu
system. You will find the entries on the "Network" or "Internet"
menu heirarchy, depending on Puppy version you are using.
Open the Rox viewer in the Home directory (the home icon on the
desktop). Click on "my-applications" and then "bin". You
should find the new executable items in this directory,
You can assign a nice 48x48 png image to each of the executables.
open a 2nd instance of the Rox filer (click on the Home icon)
in the 2nd Rox filer change directory to /usr/share/midi-icons
this is the default directory that petget places the 48x48 images
right click on one of the executables, fldigi for example
select Set Icon... from the popup menu
drag the icon, fldigi48.png from the /usr/share/midi-icons directory and drop it on the Set icon dialog box where indicated
repeat for the other programs.
The executable files in the ~/my-applications/bin directory should now be shown with the icon images that you selected.
If you want to create a desktop item for each of these you can do so with a very simple step
Drag the executable from the ~/my-applications/bin directory and
drop it on the desktop. That creates a link complete with a nice
icon image on the desktop that allows you to single click on it to
execute the program.
XML files for fldigi rigCAT
Open the ~/my-applications directory in your Rox filer.
Then click on the directory xmls (that was added when petget
installed fldigi). Click on xmlarchives.html; SeaMonkey should
open with the html file in view. Read and follow the instructions
Hamlib shared libraries
Open the ~/my-applications directory in your Rox filer. Then
click on the directory lib which was also added when petget installed
fldigi. You should see 24 files that comprise the complete hamlib
shared lib system. Do not remove or move any of these files
unless you are uninstalling fldigi. You need them to be present
even if you do not use the hamlib interface to your transceiver.
You can see which shared libraries that fldigi depends on by
opening a terminal window and cd'ing to ~/my-applications/bin.
Then execute "ldd fldigi" and you will see that the petget system
has placed the hamlib*so files in a location that is in the search path
for shared libs.
When everything is working as you expect you can either save your
changes to a file, back to the CD, or you might want to remaster the
ISO image. All of these are available either from the Puppy Menu
system or when you exit Puppy.