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 91 
 on: January 18, 2018, 10:11:43 am 
Started by mt12345 - Last post by mt12345
the problem is not present in VL7.1

 92 
 on: January 17, 2018, 07:55:04 am 
Started by mt12345 - Last post by mt12345
Installed VL 7.2 Light 32bit.
The problem is with the sound.
There is short 'pop' sound before playing sound and few seconds after.
It sounds as if you turn the amplifier on.
Anyone has the same problem?

 93 
 on: January 16, 2018, 11:18:12 pm 
Started by vector - Last post by mt12345
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slapt-get --no-dep --remove
nice one.
I need to RTFM.

 94 
 on: January 16, 2018, 08:42:45 pm 
Started by vector - Last post by roarde
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slapt-get --no-dep --remove roxterm spacefm seamonkeyAn or-list for each of these functions in slack-depends is an idea, tho.

 95 
 on: January 16, 2018, 02:30:07 pm 
Started by vector - Last post by mt12345
Menu --> IceWM --> Default Programs
yes I can change default programs but I can't use slapt-get to remove the ones I need no longer because icewmvmods depends on them.

root:# slapt-get -remove roxterm spacefm seamonkey
Reading Package Lists...Done
The following packages will be REMOVED:
  icewmvmods roxterm spacefm seamonkey

solution: remove/alter 'slack-required' file from icewmvmods package or simply use removepkg.
I come from Debian world so I want to stick to slapt-get.



 96 
 on: January 16, 2018, 01:36:28 pm 
Started by vector - Last post by roarde
Menu --> IceWM --> Default Programs

They have to be previously installed, of course.

 97 
 on: January 15, 2018, 11:01:13 pm 
Started by vector - Last post by mt12345
I like VL LIGHT customisation (icewmvmods) but why the heck it depends on 240 packages?! It prevents from changing default web browser or terminal, thus prevents customisation.

 98 
 on: January 15, 2018, 10:57:37 am 
Started by caitlyn - Last post by M0E-lnx
Hey Caitlyn, ltns, good to hear from ya.

This would be a bit of a challenge here, considering we have 0 EFI support still.  You're probably right about the ISO... would need to be re-done, but it'll almost be like starting from scratch.

 99 
 on: January 15, 2018, 10:54:45 am 
Started by vector - Last post by M0E-lnx
Hey all,

With the spectre/meltdown bugs in mind, I made a test build of the 4.14 kernel wich will be the next LTS.  I'd like to see if anyone is interested in testing it and reporting back results please.

To test, enable the untested reporitory (can be done via gslapt).

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# slapt-get -u; slapt-get -i --no-upgrade kernel4.14{,-modules,-headers,-stripped-src}

After installing, be sure to run grub-mkconfig or update your lilo.conf and reboot.

 100 
 on: January 14, 2018, 02:51:31 pm 
Started by caitlyn - Last post by caitlyn
Intel Atom SOCs introduced in 2015-2017 use a 32-bit EFI to boot a 64-bit OS.  SUSE (Open and commercial) supports this well in their iso.  Ubuntu, Debian and Mint do not and you need to use a script from Linuxium.au in to remaster the iso into something that will boot.  It's hit or miss in other distros.  To support this you'd need a new iso (7.2.1?) and a very new kerel for full hardware support on the various SOCs, but if it can be done by script with Ubuntu I can't believe it would be too hard to create and issue such an iso.

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