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The nuts and bolts => Portable VL => Topic started by: WINDOWS_KILLER on March 01, 2013, 04:55:35 am

Title: BUGS I HAVE ON MY LAPTOP WITH VL LIGHT
Post by: WINDOWS_KILLER on March 01, 2013, 04:55:35 am
I recent instaled on my old lapto vector linux. Everythink its going well excet some.... bugs and very annoying errors.

1. Network error: Idont know why!!! Network suddenly disconects and i have to  do refresh 5-10 times to connect again to my internet connection... (VERY ANNOYING BUG :( HELP!!!)
2.Flashing screen on some veeeeeeeeery low graphics requirement games: Teeworlds, Cube2,  Open Arena, World Of Padman, Urban Terror are the games that have flashing screen. And NO!! My computer can play them!! I was running ubuntu and these games didnt have any problem
3.Xarchiver bug: All of as (VL users) we know that this is the pre-instaled archiver!! When I command him to extract a .zip or .tar file it tells that ithere is an error!! WHY?????!?!?!?
4.Mtu changer: I think that vl oughts to have an mtu changer!!! I know that i cant tap commant " sudo ifconfig eth0 mtu 1400" but iwant sometthing more easy.

Can you help me? Please!

 
Title: Re: BUGS I HAVE ON MY LAPTOP WITH VL LIGHT
Post by: retired1af on March 01, 2013, 05:33:17 am
You need to stick with one thread, and provide the requested information. Failure to do so will place you in the "irrelevant" category and nobody will help you.
Title: Re: BUGS I HAVE ON MY LAPTOP WITH VL LIGHT
Post by: roarde on March 01, 2013, 09:06:05 pm
It won't take you long to learn where to ask which question. Since you are new to VectorLinux and to these forums, a good place to get help is at Vectorbie Station > Vectorbie Questions (http://forum.vectorlinux.com/index.php?board=11.0).

My suggestion is to continue to follow your question #2 on "Multimedia & Games". I'll put up some info there that might help as soon as I finish this post.

Try starting with the rest of your questions at Vectorbie Questions. It helps to let people know for sure which exact version of VL you're using; look at my answer (or follow nightflier's hint) in "Multimedia & Games" for a way to get that info.