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 on: October 05, 2014, 04:20:49 pm 
Started by costarica - Last post by bigpaws
Device drivers are added to the kernel. Device drivers are called modules since they are modules of the kernel.

That Trust Cam should already be installed and recognized by the kernel.

You will need software (a program) to use the camera. One of the programs to use the webcam would be Cheese.

As for the modem you have not supplied enough information.  You claim it to be a Ralink wireless modem. Without
exact information (Name, Make, model and version number) it is impossible to give anything further that would be



 on: October 05, 2014, 12:28:22 pm 
Started by costarica - Last post by costarica
well, I have webcam Trust Webcam Live (WB-3320X) and Ralink Wireless usb modem. I need to install them previously without internet, I have usb key, that shall show example for any similar installation for any future user or customer to make it simple. Thanks.

 on: October 05, 2014, 12:25:51 pm 
Started by costarica - Last post by costarica
I have seen 3 posts, in 2 of them i have found link to manual, but it opens a blank page in my 2 browsers.
Is that possible to install skype in automatic like in windows, without terminal or things like that? if yes? what program to use?
what distribution must I download from here?

 on: October 05, 2014, 12:15:34 pm 
Started by costarica - Last post by costarica
problem risolved, now boots from hard drive, please, administration, add such a thing to the page where you suggest to add to the bootable usb drive a folder from image of live cd called VL......  So, also add: boot folder must be added too, then lilo and everything else installs perfectly well.  Wink If it ask for the file to replace like syslinux.cfg, don`t need that file. that is all.

 on: October 05, 2014, 07:42:01 am 
Started by costarica - Last post by costarica
yes, but AS i FOUND on your central page site, the was info to put beside the image of vl7, a folder of vl7 in order to make usb bootable, i did it, well, probably I shall make a video of process, as you do not understand here.

 on: October 05, 2014, 07:34:08 am 
Started by costarica - Last post by bigpaws
installed as it ought to be
is interpreted that you installed and
that the boot process after an install is the problem.

I note that you posted on another thread about USB install.
If that is the case and you are trying to boot using the USB fkash drive
that is another problem. The BIOS I note on your screenshot is
more than likely too old to boot directly from a USB device.


 on: October 05, 2014, 05:45:21 am 
Started by costarica - Last post by costarica
can you make a screenshot of that, not to waste your time, cos during install, it does not offer me things like that, it just offers me boot directory like sda, sda1,sdb...

 on: October 04, 2014, 03:30:05 pm 
Started by Richard1 - Last post by Pita
Yeah, this must be the record for the longest new version in the making
pushing soon 2 years. Cheesy

 on: October 04, 2014, 08:34:03 am 
Started by costarica - Last post by sledgehammer
You have not answered Bigpaws' question.  Try selecting mbr for the boot directory during install.

 on: October 04, 2014, 06:43:17 am 
Started by costarica - Last post by costarica
I have choosen the same hard drive I installed to vl. i.e. install for sda1 and boot for sda.
In you tube even videos confirm like that.

Also when I try from live cd then enter, after there, i try to open lilo, but there is a mess. vmlinuz could not be found smth like that.

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