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fig os no longer includes puppy mode. indeed it originally had "puppy mode" (boot into puppy with some parts of refracta) and "refracta mode" (boot into refracta with some parts of puppy) but i took that idea as far as i could before my level of interest leveled out with the general lack.
fig os still imports petget (you can install puppy packages) in the latest version-- i had it running on a p4 with less than 1 g of ram, but now that ive upgraded the ram it can even boot entirely to ram.
thats partly because its no longer two images in one-- it would be too large to boot to ram if it still booted into both modes, rather than importing parts of puppy into refracta. also puppy mode would still have an older kernel and any vulnerabilities that came with it-- the one original goal of refractahrpup that wasnt realized was to update even the kernel of tahrpup. i got as far as opening puppys initrd, but not making a new one.
Wondering whether you (actually) mean that thunar just provides an easily-found context menu action for that task, vs the other file managers do not. Hmm, maybe you mean that thunar supports one-pass changes to shift/control +clicked multiple selected files? (spacefm does not). With certainty that I've used spacefm to toggle permissions of files residing on a FAT partition, I just now re-tested... and now wonder whether you've found a previously unreported bug. I had never noticed, but now trying various changes, find that when I right-click a directory and (specify recursive) change permissions, bulk removal of write permission is successful, but bulk/recursive addition of write permission fails. Restoring write permission required right-clicking the listed files one-by-one..change permissions on a lot of files that had been stored on a FAT drive.
Thunar could do it but not pcmanfm/spacefm
the topic was automount. Why are you rambling about petpets and old kernel vulnerabilities?
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