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General Announcements => Distro Releases => Topic started by: nightflier on May 22, 2008, 09:07:44 pm

Title: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: nightflier on May 22, 2008, 09:07:44 pm
The VectorLinux team is proud to announce VL-Light Release Candidate 1.

VL-Light turns an aging PC into a usable computer again. Living up to the VL motto of "When Choice Matters," we give you lots of choices in a small package. JWM and Fluxbox for those who want something very light and basic, and the exciting new lightweight desktop environment, LXDE, for those who want more features. You will find xfe and pcmanfm file managers, Opera, Dillo and lynx web browsers. Xine, MPlayer, and XMMS handle Multimedia while Abiword and Gnumeric cover basic office tasks. Of course the usual Vector tools are included to make life easier for the user.

Come discover the difference that VL-Light makes.

ISO can be downloaded here: http://vectorlinux.osuosl.org/veclinux-5.9/iso-release/VL5.9-Light-RC1.iso
MD5SUM: b6bbf3395520819f45826850fc5d7ef5  VL5.9-Light-RC1.iso

Please post any bugs here: http://www.vectorlinux.com/forum2/index.php?topic=6362.0
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: blurymind on May 24, 2008, 10:06:11 am
which version of xorg does it have?
Title: Wow! VL-Lite Rocks!
Post by: VgnFrnd on May 25, 2008, 10:45:39 am
As some may recall, I have a thinkpad 380z that plays hard to get with just about every linux distributions available, except for VL-Lite. Thus far, I've successfully installed b3, b5, and now RC1.

I can sincerely say that VL-Lite keeps getting better! For example, in RC1 the ndiswrapper wizard that pops up from within the vasmcc wifi control successfully wrapped my xonet zew1501 (rt2500 chipset) win xp driver, and the installation is persistent - it automatically loads on reboot. In b3 and b5, I had to configure my card manually from the command line and modify my rc.local file to match.

LXDE is also looking better and better. I especially like the menu-style file explorer on the taskbar. The menus can still be unstable, however. They sometimes disappear without notice. I haven't figured out what prompts them to disappear (leaving me with only openbox-type interface options), but I do not consider this behavior to be a big deal. I enjoy playing with it, and I still have jwm and fluxbox whenever I need them.

In other news, I figured out one reason why vl-lite installs on the 380z whereas most other distributions do not: Vl-lite is not a live cd, and it does not use x during any part of its install routines. On my 380z, every single linux distribution that either runs as a live cd or calls on x during installation fails to load. My comments here are one way of saying, "please, do not change the text-only installation routines of vl-lite!"

Thank you for your great work. Keep it lite!
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: nightflier on May 25, 2008, 01:20:52 pm
which version of xorg does it have?

Same as 5.9 Std.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: blurymind on May 25, 2008, 02:21:35 pm
welp,lets hope i get it right this time with the new driver  ::)

i feel very much in home with this release. Very impressed by the desktop settings and order.Its perfect!

only two things need to be adressed- the bootsplash theme is horribly terrible and lilo screen is the same old thing.

Other than that - i find it aestetically very appealing,responsive and perfectly ordered.

Its a darn shame i cant set my pcmanfm to open directories/files with a single click.  :'(
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: maywyk on May 27, 2008, 05:35:50 am
Hello, VL-people!
I have just downloaded ISO of VL-Light RC1 and launched the installation. Everything seemed fine, till I've reached boot-loader install stage. Just wonder - why Vector use LILO - GRUB seems to be more popular (and I have some basic knowledge of it too)?
So, I chose "install to boot sector of partition". And it did not finish ok:

"lilo error=Fatal: Either FIX-TABLE or IGNORE-TABLE must be specified"

I tried running LILO-install once more, and it threw the same error.

What is wrong with it???
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: M0E-lnx on May 27, 2008, 05:42:06 am
Maywyk, I've seen that happen before... It's harder for lilo to overwrite a GRUB mbr than anything else.

If you have another distro that you boot using grub, I would recommend you boot into that distro, and run grubconfig or add the appropriate lines to boot VL using grub.

I've had success wiping out the MBR before and then writing lilo into it.

HTH
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: VgnFrnd on May 27, 2008, 06:06:47 am
For what its worth, I always run "darik's boot and nuke" from the "ultimate boot cd" to erase my boot sector before installing a new operating system. This wouldn't help if installing a second os on a multi-boot system, but that's a separate case.

Edit: Here's the url for the ultimate boot cd (with darik's boot and nuke): http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: Witek Mozga on May 28, 2008, 01:17:18 am
"lilo error=Fatal: Either FIX-TABLE or IGNORE-TABLE must be specified"

I once had this issue on Slackware and , I guess, I booted the system using installation disc with what is prompted when you`re booting its install CD:

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linux root=/dev/hda2 ro noinitrd
then I ran lilo with option ignore-table according to lilo manual:

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-P {fix|ignore|<global-option>}
              Fix or ignore `corrupt' partition tables,  i.e.,  partition  tables
              with  linear  and cylinder/head/sector addresses that do not corre-
              spond.  Always try -P ignore first, as -P  fix  will  re-write  the
              partition table, possibly destroying all partitions on the disk.


It worked.



Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: maywyk on May 29, 2008, 03:23:49 am
In order to check, if the LILO error issue was due to not set BOOT flag on ROOT partition, i've performed install on my home PC too. And still, LILO rose the same error. I can't imagine, how this can be connected with previous OS on that HDD partition - because it gets formatted. Moreover, for this install I've created new partition on Unalocated Space.

in / directory I found  liloerror :
"
Warning: Device 0x0340: Inconsistent partition table, 1st entry
  CHS address in PT:  353:0:1  -->  LBA (5670945)
  LBA address in PT:  449836065  -->  CHS (28001:0:1)
Fatal: Either FIX-TABLE or IGNORE-TABLE must be specified
If not sure, first try IGNORE-TABLE (-P ignore)
"

I am using Symon R3 as boot manager (it also generates MBR for every system boot). And CHS (28001:0:1) is the value, I've set in partition editor as beginning of Vector root partition.


Some other observations.
0) When installing, immediately after VECTOR LINUX CONFIGURATION dialog (as described in file:///F:/doc/manuals/vl5_installation_guide_en.html#configure), follows the dialog, where I was asked if I want to change default Keyboard Layout and Keyboard type (from pc-102). What is this for? I've already had 2 opportunities to change KEYMAP, and Keyboard type too. Does it affect the text-mode, or X-Window UI?  By the way, in the KEYMAP dialog, after selecting "ru" layout, I didn't manage to switch layout and test for correctness. What is the default <layout switch> hotkey (really, need that in both console and X-Window)?

1) When booting, the following appeared
"Performing Coldplugging
   /dev/.tmp-3-00: unknown volume type"

is it supposed to be this way ?

A bit later

"Caching fonts :                 FAILED"

I'have managed to break smth already ?

2) At KDM prompt
when provided wrong user login/password the appearing message "Login Failed" overlaps buttons

3) VASMCC didn't launch at all, without any messages - in HTOP process "gksu" loaded CPU for 2 seconds, then was gone

4) In LXDE: in lxApperance ( Menu->Settings->Appearence )  the program has to panels. When selecting theme/icon on the left side the right window refreshes to blank sometimes. I.e. nothing is dispalyed for current selection.

5) VASM->HARDWARE->KMAPSET
when choosing 'default', text file "Usage for Xdialog" is opened (if running X-Window; without it nothing happens)

6) In X File Explorer (Xfe): when mouse is positioned over column separator ( | ) or panel separator (vertical line) its cursor simply disappears. When dragging, both cursor and object icon disappear.


Vector has proven to be FAST: I did some stop-watch metering
1) Suse 9.3 (no tweaking)  boot to      X-Window with Window Maker         60 sec
2) Mandriva 2007.1            boot to      command prompt                   30 sec
3) Vector 5.9 Light             boot to       JWM (autologin)                             30 sec
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: M0E-lnx on May 29, 2008, 04:37:41 am

3) VASMCC didn't launch at all, without any messages - in HTOP process "gksu" loaded CPU for 2 seconds, then was gone
Can you try opening a terminal and starting vasmcc from there instead of launching from the menu?
Post the output of
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ls -al /var/log/packages | grep -i vasmcc
4) In LXDE: in lxApperance ( Menu->Settings->Appearence )  the program has to panels. When selecting theme/icon on the left side the right window refreshes to blank sometimes. I.e. nothing is dispalyed for current selection.
This happens because the list also shows mouse pointer themes in the same place, thus, mouse pointer themes do not have icons for your desktop, so the right panel goes blank.... I will report this to the LXDE developers to get an opinion.

Vector has proven to be FAST: I did some stop-watch metering
1) Suse 9.3 (no tweaking)  boot to      X-Window with Window Maker         60 sec
2) Mandriva 2007.1            boot to      command prompt                   30 sec
3) Vector 5.9 Light             boot to       JWM (autologin)                             30 sec

That would make VL the fastest then... you've got a full blown desktop in 30 sec... that's pretty fast
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: maywyk on May 30, 2008, 03:12:56 am
Good Morning!
To MOE-lnx:

root:# vasmCC
gbr2: error while loading shared libraries: libffi.so.5: cannot open: No such file or directory

And output of that   ls -al /var/log/packages:
-rw-r--r--   1 root root 4221 2008-02-10 21:15 vasmCC-1.0.12-i586-3vl59

Finally, I've succeeded in installing LILO (just specified -P ignore). Next boot I was rewarded with bootsplash (Vector Light) and progress bar! However, after trying to switch bootsplash in VASM, I've got framebuffer console at next boot. Still, on shutdown the bootsplash remained. (issue #7)

Other obstacles on my Happy-VL trip:
8) VXCONF->DEFAULT RESOLUTION:   very common 1680x1050  (22" LCD) is not listed
9) VASM->HARDWARE-> VL-HOT/HAL:  no reaction
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: M0E-lnx on May 30, 2008, 04:43:29 am
libffi is a dependancy to gambas2.
Please install it via slapt-get / gslapt
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: kc1di on May 30, 2008, 04:58:30 am
need Help with LXDE -- I really like this desktop in light.. but need to get more info.. i've tried googling it but no luck.

1. I would like to know how does one add a menu catagory-- I can add items manually just fine.. but so far haven't been able to figure out how to add a new catagory.

2.  Is there a way to configure the clock to show the seconds also?  if So how.

I'm sure I'll have more questions but would appreciate help with those 2 first.

the more I use Light the better I like it.
Cheers Dave


Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: budulay on May 30, 2008, 06:56:59 am
Hi
Have a question:
I am using VL5.9 STD. Works pretty good with JWM, but I have to always worry about disk space, b/c have mall HDD.
Does it make sense for me to switch to VL Light 5.9 RC1?

Also have a question, does LXDE lighter than XFCE? Is there a lot of bugs in it?

Thanks a lot.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: M0E-lnx on May 30, 2008, 08:12:27 am
1. I would like to know how does one add a menu catagory-- I can add items manually just fine.. but so far haven't been able to figure out how to add a new catagory.
The menu is generated the same way the XFCE menu is generated.... xdg or something like that... I'm really not sure how to do it either, but if you can find an xfce guide somewhere, try that... it may work

2.  Is there a way to configure the clock to show the seconds also?  if So how.
Yes there is. If you are running lxpanel-0.3.5.6 (like me), you can right-click on the clock and point to "Digital Clock Settings".
If you are running al older version, you'll need to access the panel settings window... point to the "Add panel applets" thing. Click on Diginal clock, and then hit the edit button.
Both procedures will take you to a little window that has the clock format definition... in this box, enter this
Code: [Select]
%l:%M:%S %pThat will display the clock like "10:00:05 PM"

I really like this desktop too... I haven't used anything else since I discovered it ;)
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: kc1di on May 30, 2008, 12:25:24 pm


2.  Is there a way to configure the clock to show the seconds also?  if So how.
Yes there is. If you are running lxpanel-0.3.5.6 (like me), you can right-click on the clock and point to "Digital Clock Settings".
If you are running al older version, you'll need to access the panel settings window... point to the "Add panel applets" thing. Click on Diginal clock, and then hit the edit button.
Both procedures will take you to a little window that has the clock format definition... in this box, enter this
Code: [Select]
%l:%M:%S %pThat will display the clock like "10:00:05 PM"

I really like this desktop too... I haven't used anything else since I discovered it ;)


Hi Again.  Seems RC-1 comes with lxpanel-0.2.9.0-i586-1vl59  Downloaded lxpanel 0.3.5.6 from Sourceforge .. but get a make error when trying to build the package.. is there a package for 0.3.5.6 I couldn't find one in the repositories.

Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: M0E-lnx on May 30, 2008, 01:22:29 pm
@k1cdi
To upgrade your packages, you will need to follow this procedure

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ls -al /var/log/packages | grep lx
remove every one related to lxde
lxde-common, lxsession, lxnm, etc

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rm -r ~/.config/lx*
also as root
Code: [Select]
rm -r /usr/share/lx*
You can use vpackager -> build from crux -> right-click the VL repo, select "Update" then search for "lx"
You should see the list of packages under the VL tree
[/list]

It is important that you remove all references to the old packages, this is because the syntax of the config files has changed...
Enjoy ;)
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: kc1di on May 30, 2008, 03:08:29 pm
Thank you Moe  I will do it Tomorrow,  Won't have time tonight..

Dave
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: M0E-lnx on May 30, 2008, 03:15:35 pm
remember to delete the --enable-hal line in lxsession-lite. also notice that lxsession has been replaced with lxsession-lite
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: kc1di on May 31, 2008, 11:48:44 am
remember to delete the --enable-hal line in lxsession-lite. also notice that lxsession has been replaced with lxsession-lite

Thanks all seems to be working great Got the clock set the way I want it now .
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: Dweeberkitty on June 01, 2008, 01:45:13 pm
Wow! I just installed this on my OLD '98 laptop. VL standard and SOHO are too heavy for this 333mhz with 128mb ram. VL Light revived it. Great job; it is looking great and is running smooth.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: overthere on June 01, 2008, 02:17:14 pm
Quote
I am using VL5.9 STD. Works pretty good with JWM, but I have to always worry about disk space, b/c have mall HDD.

If it helps I still run beta5 on a 4gig and have 1.5 free after adding several programs..ardour,chess, and just now mahjongg plus a folder of test media...there have been reports of spontanious disappearance of the lxde panel but it is retrieveable and has not been a serious issue for me although it happened a couple of times..this may be improved in the rc1 I have not had time to download yet. lxde is nicer than jwm and I think lighter than xfce with similar options...not sure what you added to std but if not much it is worth a look.. both were an easy install for me
cheers
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: Dweeberkitty on June 01, 2008, 04:10:11 pm
I do have a problem with the LXDE panel. How do I get it back? When I logged in, there was no panel.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: overthere on June 01, 2008, 06:07:26 pm
I just logged out and then log back in..oddly it was just there and has remained so far although I often wonder if it will not be there at some point and prove it did happen..I was unable to recreate the event
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: M0E-lnx on June 01, 2008, 06:13:22 pm
I do have a problem with the LXDE panel. How do I get it back? When I logged in, there was no panel.

Can you start the lxpanel from a terminal and post the output?
Maybe this could be a sound related problem or a network issue.

The panel will by default try to load these plugins, but if an error occurs while doing so, the entire panel will go kaput!.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: nightflier on June 03, 2008, 05:50:58 am
Also have a question, does LXDE lighter than XFCE? Is there a lot of bugs in it?

LXDE is the lighter of the two. It is still in early development and I think it has more bugs than XFCE.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: budulay on June 03, 2008, 02:30:02 pm
Thanks. I am now thinking about installing VL 5.9 Lite instead of Standard, but don't have much time now... Maybe a littlebit later.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: Vanger on June 03, 2008, 03:19:53 pm
Worked under initrd translation in VM, only now got time to install it.

Well, it's even more cool, than it's been ;))) .

Oops, killed it in 20 minutes. Reported to bugthread.

But it boots at awesome speed, really!
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: VgnFrnd on June 12, 2008, 07:50:14 am
I've successfully installed VL-Lite 5.9 RC1 on another of my ancient, finicky thinkpads.  ;D  It's an 1452 with a PII Celeron Mendocino, 262 MB RAM, 20GB HD, and 2.5 MB NeoMagic Graphics. I had to pass acpi=noirq on installation and as a boot line in Lilo to overcome interrupt errors associated with the irq channel assigned to the optical drive by the bios, but aside from that, everything is running excellently. In the past, I've had Zenwalk and PCLOSBE X Home installed on the 1452, but thus far VL-Lite is knocking the socks off of them for speed and stability.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: liunx on June 14, 2008, 02:02:07 am
 ::)
Hello,Vector:
I am a Chinese user and i really hope that the little vl5.9rc1 can support Chinese better ,that's would be fine!!
 
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: rojen on June 19, 2008, 09:06:41 pm
New to Linux, but used to be a unix admin 10 yrs ago.  Have an old Sony PCG-FX370K 1Ghz, 256Ram,20Gig.  Out of 10 distros this is the most complete loading.  Only 3 finished install.  Initially wireless would not work.  I would set it up, but iwconfig reported it as unencrypted.  (I could not disable encryption due to other netw needs).  wpa_supplicant looked great, but for some reason that was as far as it got.  By the way I have a PCMCIA Belkin 54g wireless card.

During install I selected noframes for faster speed.

I also had the following issues.
1. On first boot I saw a lot of failed symbolic links.  While moving the mouse after login, the system hung and I ended up powering it off.
2. Second boot I left the room for 30 minutes, came back the system was powered off.
3. On third boot is hung when I tried to log in. 
4. I had the same missing vasmcc as others.
5. I must have misread and fat fingered something, in its place I saw root.  My dos partition was missing.  Looking at the boot I saw where it was mounted and then root was mounted with the same mount point.  When I deleted the mount point and rebooted I got a bad superblock error.  fsck did not work using suggested syntax.

Now realize that many of these *errors* may be my own.  I am stretching my memory and trying to use old solaris and old HPUX knowledge and so much has changed besides.  A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

Anyway rather than try and get around the bad superblock, I just reinstalled.  Guess what, wireless came up without a hitch.  This is the first distro to properly connect wireless as part of the install. 

I selected frames with High graphics splash this time around. 
VASMCC works too.

The only issue I had was after load when I told it to reboot I got this message:
sh:  convert.sh:  no such file or directory.   - but when I hit return it continued to reboot and I seem to work fine.

Did I mention how wonderfully fast this is.  Wow!  Now I get to play and learn it, lol.

Let's see, find some more games for the wife, and I need to get wine working with an app or two from win.

Rojen.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: kc1di on June 20, 2008, 02:23:55 am
Welcome Aboard Rojen.

I'm sure you will enjoy Vector 5.9 Light. it's a great little Distro.


Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: Triceratops on June 20, 2008, 03:39:21 am
Hello all.
I have next problems during VL 5.9 Light RC1 installation to computer P1 166, 64 MB RAM, 3 GB HDD, 3Com Lan card, 1 mb VideoRam(800x600 16 bit color max mode), CDROM:
1)Installation program cann't find instalation's image if restart after create partitions. I install linux successfuly when continue instalation wihtout restart after create partition.
2)My com-port 3button mouse was found, but does't work.(It's work in WindowsXP wthout any problem). Usb mouse work without problem.
3)Lan card doesn't work in Vector linux, but it work in Windows XP and Damn Linux without any problem.
4)In pakage utility in window when need to choose source RPM package for compilation to VL package I cann't see button for brouse file in 800x600 resolution, but I can use it if use "TAB" key
   Also I don't see "Compile" button.
5)When I try to compil  OpenOffice RPM package(I download latest vercion from official site), I get error when file with JRE extension start to compile. How can I skip this file? or other ways for getting OpenOffice distrib for Vector linux.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: nightflier on June 20, 2008, 05:49:25 am
For your mouse, make sure "serial" is checked in hardware initialization (use vasm).

The driver for your network card is probably not included. You may be able to use DSL to extract the necessary information, and maybe even the driver.

Avoid RPM packages. Use Slackware 11 packages instead.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: caitlyn on June 20, 2008, 08:13:07 am
Don't you mean Slackware 12?  I thought VL 5.9 was based on 12.

Also, for OpenOffice you'd be much better off with the package in the Vector Linux repository than the Slackware package.  I agree that when a VL package isn't available then Slackware is the next best alternative.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: nightflier on June 20, 2008, 09:22:06 am
Of course it's Slack 12, duh! (I really need to upgrade from 5.8 ).

Once Triceratops gets his network card up and running, his best option is to use gslapt.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: mutencillo on June 26, 2008, 01:51:20 pm
Hi! I had a problem with my new lappy. It's a Samsung R60Plus, and when i boot for the first time with RC1, my grpahic card didn't work. It's an ATI X1250, and I needed to install proprietary drivers to use it.
Another problem is that vectorlinux doesn't recognize the ethernet card. I have proved with a lot of drivers and nothing happens.
Here you can see lspci output:

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02:00.0 Ethernet controller: Unknown device 0001:001c (rev 01)
05:00.0 Ethernet controller: Unknown device 0001:4353 (rev 15)

Thanks for all
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: nightflier on June 26, 2008, 02:26:43 pm
What result do you get if you try "modprobe sk98lin" ?
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: mutencillo on June 28, 2008, 12:28:24 pm
If I try with "modprobe sk98lin" iget "FATAL: Module sk98lin not found." :(

thanks
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: nightflier on June 29, 2008, 08:26:33 am
I appears that the module for your card is not included by default. I suggest opening a thread in the "Hardware and Drivers" section.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: deluxe on June 10, 2009, 09:00:53 am
For your mouse, make sure "serial" is checked in hardware initialization (use vasm).

The driver for your network card is probably not included. You may be able to use DSL to extract the necessary information, and maybe even the driver.

Avoid RPM packages. Use Slackware 11 packages instead.

I have VL 5.9 lite installed on a Vaio Laptop. It's a P1, currently 192MB ram, 5GB HD, and chugs along quite nicely............except for one issue I have been unable to solve.
Just very occasionally the touchpad works. Most of the time I end up plugging in a USB mouse which *always* works. Despite delving deep into the bowels of VASM and SuperVASM, and trying most of the config options, nothing brings the touchpad back to life.

Just sometimes, after a random boot or reboot, and always when I least expect it, the touchpad will work for a while, but it it very perplexing.
Anyone have any help for me.....I have searched Google thoroughly, and experimented with a few suggestions that seemed pertinent, but nothing helped.
Title: Re: VL 5.9 Light RC1 released.
Post by: caitlyn on June 18, 2009, 02:17:19 pm
@deluxe:  At this point I'd try upgrading to VL Light 6.0.  Hardware support is much improved.  My two laptop touchpads have always worked but that doesn't mean the upgrade won't help your issue.