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by kurotsugi
21 May 2019 21:11
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: problem with gdebi (SolydX, ee) [SOLVED]
Replies: 25
Views: 164

Re: problem with gdebi (SolydX, ee)

gdedebi is redundant and buggy. I thougt it was obsolete but perhaps I'm wrong. it's just a front end so it doesn't really matter. you can use dpkg for that purpose
by kurotsugi
21 May 2019 21:06
Forum: Installation
Topic: New installation
Replies: 9
Views: 810

Re: New installation

the linux structure actually made for modularity so actually there's no harm splitting everything under root. it actually common practice during early days when disk capacity is severely limited. though, it's not practical in nowadays. the one grow fastest would be /var and /tmp. the other folder mi...
by kurotsugi
21 May 2019 04:38
Forum: Installation
Topic: New installation
Replies: 9
Views: 810

Re: New installation

I'm assuming that you're using a laptop. if that true....you can also buy this stuff and simply move everything in sda6 to the new hdd/ssd
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfJmMzz9L7Y
by kurotsugi
19 May 2019 21:44
Forum: Installation
Topic: New installation
Replies: 9
Views: 810

Re: New installation

my bad...it should be use 7 as / and 5 as /home. mint solydxk installation will eat ~6gb. you might think 10gb is enough but after a while, package cache will eat another ~3gb. you'll run out of space quite soon. hence, we suggested to merge 7 and 8 if you're not using hibernation
by kurotsugi
19 May 2019 13:47
Forum: Installation
Topic: New installation
Replies: 9
Views: 810

Re: New installation

I'd personally prefer install solyd on 6 while using 7 as /home partition. merging 7 and 8 would be optional but since no hibernation is used, perhaps I'll merge them and use zramswap as swap replacement. that being said, when I was in similar situation, I was forced to upgrade the ram. web browser ...
by kurotsugi
19 May 2019 00:57
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Brand new hardware ... and OpenCL
Replies: 20
Views: 1449

Re: Brand new hardware ... and OpenCL

that certainly interesting :3
by kurotsugi
18 May 2019 02:04
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Brand new hardware ... and OpenCL
Replies: 20
Views: 1449

Re: Brand new hardware ... and OpenCL

i wonder what feature need so much gpu power. i'm using old inte i3l 3xxx series on board gpu and darktable don't have any complain yet. I'm a total noobs in photography so please forgive me for the sudden intrusion
by kurotsugi
10 May 2019 00:51
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: Mate edition?
Replies: 4
Views: 1863

Re: Mate edition?

if you want to personally use it. you can start with a vanilla matte debian. add solydxk repos, install the packages. done. you can also start with solydx, install mate. done. having two DE might be redundant for some people but since X is quite small it's not a major issue. the beauty of debian all...
by kurotsugi
10 May 2019 00:48
Forum: Software
Topic: apt: command not found (!..)
Replies: 12
Views: 1396

Re: apt: command not found (!..)

you still could use either apt-get or aptitude command
by kurotsugi
29 Apr 2019 18:02
Forum: Xfce specific (SolydX)
Topic: Random SolydX freezes [CLOSED, NOT SOLVED]
Replies: 15
Views: 1910

Re: Is it possible to downgrade to a 4.8 kernel in stretch ?

the sympton is pointing to bad graphic driver. he is using an old intel chip so I'm almost sure that it is not the mysterious bug which haunted new intel chips. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2395988 https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/236201/why-is-nouveau-working-so-badly-for-me-sy...
by kurotsugi
29 Apr 2019 03:21
Forum: Xfce specific (SolydX)
Topic: Random SolydX freezes [CLOSED, NOT SOLVED]
Replies: 15
Views: 1910

Re: Is it possible to downgrade to a 4.8 kernel in stretch ?

instead of going down...it's better to goes up. you can add liquorix or other 3rd party repo and add the new kernel from there. since you also have nvidia, you can also try to install the official driver. I can't guarantee that it will solve your problem but at least we can reduce a factor with a be...
by kurotsugi
24 Apr 2019 22:58
Forum: Installation
Topic: ee edition Solydk supported by SolydXK Team ?
Replies: 13
Views: 2420

Re: ee edition Solydk supported by SolydXK Team ?

seems like a video related issue. it might related with plymouth. IIRC there are three ways but I can only remember use nosplash and forcevesa. the other one is delaying the video driver until plymouth run but I can't remember what was that
by kurotsugi
20 Apr 2019 10:06
Forum: Software
Topic: [Solved] How to install Libreoffice 6.1 from debian backports
Replies: 12
Views: 2826

Re: [Solved] How to install Libreoffice 6.1 from debian backports

snap is using same methodology so I doubt it will fix your issue. the containering methodology implies that if two differet package depends on different version of another package, the dependencies will got installed twice for each version. it's a common thing used in windows so it actually not an i...
by kurotsugi
01 Apr 2019 23:42
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Can't hear my headset's microphone
Replies: 3
Views: 3640

Re: Can't hear my headset's microphone

the audio port use the old stereo pin so the new speaker+mic configuration won't work. AFAIK asus only has 1 audio port, means, it could automatically used as mic or headphone port but not booth. I'm afraid the only solution is getting external audio card which support usb interface or somehow getti...
by kurotsugi
29 Mar 2019 08:58
Forum: Software
Topic: selection of firefox as default fails
Replies: 3
Views: 246

Re: selection of firefox as default fails

how did exactly you make firefox as default browser? using inbuilt firefox menu shouldn't work
by kurotsugi
28 Mar 2019 00:53
Forum: Networking
Topic: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc. [SOLVED]
Replies: 9
Views: 2196

Re: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc.

lspci check all peripherals regardless the driver situation. it also gives more detailed information. OTOH inxi detect working stuff so sometimes some item missing from the list. anyway, your wifi card is missing. there's only one network card which is a LAN card 03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Realtek...
by kurotsugi
28 Mar 2019 00:52
Forum: Networking
Topic: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc. [SOLVED]
Replies: 9
Views: 2196

Re: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc.

lspci check all peripherals regardless the driver situation. it also gives more detailed information. OTOH inxi detect working stuff so sometimes some item missing from the list. anyway, your wifi card is missing. there's only one network card which is a LAN card 03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Realtek...
by kurotsugi
27 Mar 2019 08:57
Forum: Networking
Topic: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc. [SOLVED]
Replies: 9
Views: 2196

Re: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc.

the broadband dongle could be configured using nm-applet. just click on the network icon, edit connection, add new connection, mobile broadband connection. as for the wifi stuff, we need to know what the type of your wifi card. please run "lspci" and tell us the result.
by kurotsugi
27 Mar 2019 02:39
Forum: Networking
Topic: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc. [SOLVED]
Replies: 9
Views: 2196

Re: Networks panel - available Wi-Fi connections etc.

your wifi card is either installed incorrectly or the system couldn't find the approriate driver for it. do you use broadcomm or other propietary wifi card?
by kurotsugi
07 Feb 2019 01:29
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]
Replies: 178
Views: 42201

Re: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]

apparently the bug isn't critical. my system still working after the upgrade. though, having a backup should be good

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