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by kurotsugi
23 Feb 2018 11:37
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: Speed up boot time
Replies: 6
Views: 86

Re: Speed up boot time

yep. it's always those network stuff. it's usually either samba or systemd. here's mine : systemd-analyze blame 1min 44.560s systemd-networkd-wait-online.service 7.718s NetworkManager-wait-online.service 4.907s firewalld.service 3.272s dev-sda2.device 3.235s udisks2.service 2.662s systemd-fsck@dev-d...
by kurotsugi
22 Feb 2018 10:46
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: Speed up boot time
Replies: 6
Views: 86

Re: Speed up boot time

1:15 secs for SolydX 201607 32 bit on a Pentium 4 single-core. On my home laptop, which is a core2 duo running SolydX 1701 64bit, it's just as long ( and I think a little longer ) surprising since this is a far more powerful machine ( though still pretty old ). I think this is one of misconception ...
by kurotsugi
16 Feb 2018 02:38
Forum: Software
Topic: [SOLVED] Easy way to get xfce on SolydK
Replies: 4
Views: 159

Re: Easy way to get xfce on SolydK

if you're using lightdm IIRC you can choose which DE you would use at login screen. you can also configure which DE as default on lightdm. the same with GDM and other login manager. though, I don't know whether if the one used on solydK support this feature or not. one user could have multiple DE wi...
by kurotsugi
06 Feb 2018 05:03
Forum: Installation
Topic: How to save panels before upgrading to SoydX-9
Replies: 3
Views: 169

Re: How to save panels before upgrading to SoydX-9

if you're doing a direct update (i.e: no reinstall). you didn't need to save the config files. the prefered way is having separated /home partition so that you didn't have to reconfigure everything on update/reinstall.
by kurotsugi
01 Feb 2018 15:42
Forum: Suggestions & ideas / Open Projects
Topic: Improve on-line privacy of users
Replies: 12
Views: 520

Re: Improve on-line privacy of users

btw, regarding blockers. some blockers did block ads and trackers but at the same time they collect some data from the user. they later sold the data to 3rd parties (ad makers). they claimed that the data isn't unique and no one could trace it to the user. to be fair, user could disable the data col...
by kurotsugi
01 Feb 2018 05:14
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Default browser Issue
Replies: 19
Views: 437

Re: Default browser Issue

yep...mimeapps.list is scattered on several places. you should check every one of them to get the desired result
by kurotsugi
01 Feb 2018 05:12
Forum: Suggestions & ideas / Open Projects
Topic: Improve on-line privacy of users
Replies: 12
Views: 520

Re: Improve on-line privacy of users

we marketed ourself as "easy to use, better OOTB linux experience". IMO we should keep the addon minimum and focus on things which doesn't affect system functionality. ublock, https everywhere seems OK but something like NoScript will affect system functionality and potentially made the us...
by kurotsugi
01 Feb 2018 04:49
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]
Replies: 98
Views: 7509

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

I guess I'm lucky. my vlc behaves normally. let's see if other user reported similar issue :3
by kurotsugi
01 Feb 2018 02:06
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Default browser Issue
Replies: 19
Views: 437

Re: Default browser Issue

I tested with libreoffice and system's native browser...the open link behaviour is normal (i.e: it use whichever browser set as default).
by kurotsugi
31 Jan 2018 06:25
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Default browser Issue
Replies: 19
Views: 437

Re: Default browser Issue

IIRC that one is regulated by mimeaps.list. you can right click the link > open with other application > pick the browser. next time you open that link it should be opened with that browser.
by kurotsugi
31 Jan 2018 05:19
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Default browser Issue
Replies: 19
Views: 437

Re: Default browser Issue

and switched to vivaldi but FF still opens links in Thunar?
do you mean: you open firefox, open some links in firefox, thunar got opened?
by kurotsugi
31 Jan 2018 04:18
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Default browser Issue
Replies: 19
Views: 437

Re: Default browser Issue

update-alternative is the name of program to manage the content of /etc/alternatives automatically. you can use it as "update-alternative --config x-www-browser" to change the default browser.
by kurotsugi
31 Jan 2018 02:50
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Default browser Issue
Replies: 19
Views: 437

Re: Default browser Issue

I believe the correct way to edit the default driver is with update-alternative. you can use the software or manually edit the link on /etc/alternative.
by kurotsugi
31 Jan 2018 01:56
Forum: Suggestions & ideas / Open Projects
Topic: Improve on-line privacy of users
Replies: 12
Views: 520

Re: Improve on-line privacy of users

webrtc relies on the media connection mode. I believe the peer connection mode is actually made for privacy concern because the media would be streamed between two computers and not relied on servers. as for the IP leaks, it should be fixed. I did the test and there's no leaks detected. Screenshot_2...
by kurotsugi
30 Jan 2018 05:04
Forum: Suggestions & ideas / Open Projects
Topic: Browser alternatives to replace firefox - palemoon, waterfox?
Replies: 13
Views: 509

Re: Browser alternatives to replace firefox - palemoon, waterfox?

Code: Select all

// Disable WebRTC
user_pref("media.peerconnection.enabled", false);

I think this one doesn't pose any threat and should be enabled :3
by kurotsugi
30 Jan 2018 04:59
Forum: Software
Topic: Second firefox won't open for update
Replies: 12
Views: 358

Re: Second firefox won't open for update

I wouldn't want it to look into my user directory - opening all my open tabs with sudo would not be save. I will just delete the .mozilla file and update as I always did. AFAIK the risk is same. in fact, I believe you already did it on jessie numerous time when you update firefox. remember that you...
by kurotsugi
29 Jan 2018 15:28
Forum: Software
Topic: Second firefox won't open for update
Replies: 12
Views: 358

Re: Second firefox won't open for update

slightly out of topic but it could be used as solution : I thought something started with sudo will take a look into user directory instead of root directory. is this behaviour configureable?
by kurotsugi
29 Jan 2018 15:18
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]
Replies: 98
Views: 7509

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

yep. those but packages didn't depend on gksu but rather gksu depends on them. those packages are marked as "automatic" so that when nothing depends on them, aptitude will try to remove them. well...since something else still depends on them on solydxk, I think we have no worries about sol...

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