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by nuts2u
29 Sep 2018 17:27
Forum: Software
Topic: LibreOffice Calc number of results
Replies: 13
Views: 7085

Re: LibreOffice Calc number of results

Also available via Flatpak. I running LibreOffice Version: 6.1.2.1 via Flatpak and it works just fine. All items appear under Office in the Menu.
by nuts2u
21 Sep 2018 18:26
Forum: Software
Topic: [Solved] How to install Libreoffice 6.1 from debian backports
Replies: 12
Views: 5064

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

Lets say I want to try out a KDE application on my pristine SoyldX installation. I pick out the app using synaptic andf it tells me it will download 17 additional KDE dependency's need to install and run the app . I go ahead and say ok, all this KDE dependency's are downloaded and installed in my pr...
by nuts2u
20 Sep 2018 23:09
Forum: Software
Topic: [Solved] How to install Libreoffice 6.1 from debian backports
Replies: 12
Views: 5064

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

Danielx, Glad to see you researched flatpak. It really is the future way to use/install software. Linux Mint LMDE 3 already has flatpak support in their Sotware Manager. Hopefully the SolydxK team will build support into SolydXK in the future. The SolydXK devs are really smart/sharp and I'm sure the...
by nuts2u
18 Sep 2018 16:49
Forum: Software
Topic: [Solved] How to install Libreoffice 6.1 from debian backports
Replies: 12
Views: 5064

Re: How to install Libreoffice 6.1 from debian backports

Install LibreOffice using flatpak. You always get the latest version. Runs in a sandbox mode on your system.
by nuts2u
29 Jun 2018 21:11
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: [Solved] Create USB pendrive boot mode UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 5825

Re: [Solved] Create USB pendrive boot mode UEFI

Point taken ilu. you are are 100 percent correct on multi-boot.
by nuts2u
29 Jun 2018 19:30
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: [Solved] Create USB pendrive boot mode UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 5825

Re: [Solved] Create USB pendrive boot mode UEFI

Just wanted to follow up on this subject. What ilu said is technically correct. You do not need Etcher to make a bootable usb disk. If you like going thru 5 steps to make a bootable usb disk follow what ilu says and it will work. I on the other hand like to do things quickly. Etcher is a one step pr...
by nuts2u
26 Jun 2018 15:52
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: [Solved] Create USB pendrive boot mode UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 5825

Re: Create USB pendrive boot mode UEFI

Best program to create bootable usb/pendrives is call Etcher. Add this to your repository list, deb https://dl.bintray.com/resin-io/debian/ stable etcher , refresh apt and install Etcher.
by nuts2u
24 Jun 2018 04:39
Forum: Installation
Topic: Clone partitions with Gparted
Replies: 5
Views: 2334

Re: Clone partitions with Gparted

Oopps, I just noticed in my reply that I stated sda4=150G on your original HD and new HD has a 100G partition, that won't work. My bad. New sda4 would have to be >=150G.
by nuts2u
24 Jun 2018 04:20
Forum: Installation
Topic: Clone partitions with Gparted
Replies: 5
Views: 2334

Re: Clone partitions with Gparted

One other thing, if you decide to use Clonezailla, download and install TuxBoot. It will download the latest stable version of Clonezilla and create a bootable USB for you. It works much much better than unetbootin.
by nuts2u
24 Jun 2018 04:16
Forum: Installation
Topic: Clone partitions with Gparted
Replies: 5
Views: 2334

Re: Clone partitions with Gparted

You could use Clonezilla to clone your original HD ,then restore the the image t your new HD, then use gparted to resize and/or move your partitions on your new HD. Better yet create on your new HD the partitions, creating them to the size you want and the location you want. Then use Clonezilla to r...
by nuts2u
24 Jun 2018 02:29
Forum: Installation
Topic: Clone partitions with Gparted
Replies: 5
Views: 2334

Re: Clone partitions with Gparted

Clonezilla will do what you need. It makes a complete image of your HD, and so long as your new HD is the same size or larger than the original, you can restore to the new disk. Clonezilla will recreate the partition table from your original disk during the backup. I've been using Clonezilla for the...
by nuts2u
21 Apr 2018 16:28
Forum: News & Anouncements
Topic: [Finished] Migrating server to Europe
Replies: 38
Views: 12798

Re: Migrating server to Europe

I followed Ilu suggestion and read about the Cloud Act. The VPN I use is not based in the USA, but in Panama, where the US has no legal jurisdiction at all. Plus this company has a strict "no log" policy. This means if the US Gov were to somehow enforce a warrant on this company, they would say OK w...
by nuts2u
20 Apr 2018 16:42
Forum: News & Anouncements
Topic: [Finished] Migrating server to Europe
Replies: 38
Views: 12798

Re: Migrating server to Europe

I'm in the United States and I agree with Ilu on this matter. Our government is slowly taking away our privacy rights while the EU is granting more privacy rights to it citizens. Very strange would we live in now. It is for this reason I use a VPN service and I would highly recommend anyone else wor...
by nuts2u
29 Dec 2017 20:22
Forum: Software
Topic: burn iso SOLVED
Replies: 8
Views: 2532

Re: burn iso

If you want to install the deb file of Etecher use this link, instructions a halfway down the page: https://github.com/resin-io/etcher#debi ... nux-x86x64

My above post is for an appimage file which works fine. Your choice either way.
by nuts2u
29 Dec 2017 20:12
Forum: Software
Topic: burn iso SOLVED
Replies: 8
Views: 2532

Re: burn iso

Best Linux ISO burner by far is a program called etcher. Here is the link https://etcher.io/
by nuts2u
20 Oct 2017 20:01
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: How come 'Debian-Plymouth-Manager' conflicts with 'solydxk-system' ?
Replies: 11
Views: 2728

Re: How come 'Debian-Plymouth-Manager' conflicts with 'solydxk-system' ?

I showed no disrespect in anyway.
I don't use the program that threw the error message. I was merely stating a fact, that the program errors out, and the message I posted shows the error.. I You guys don't want to fix the program....so be it. Throw shade my way and I throw it right back at ya.
by nuts2u
20 Oct 2017 18:06
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: How come 'Debian-Plymouth-Manager' conflicts with 'solydxk-system' ?
Replies: 11
Views: 2728

Re: How come 'Debian-Plymouth-Manager' conflicts with 'solydxk-system' ?

Take a friggin chill pill dude. You are running SolkXK right? Open Libreoffice Writer and read the friggin document. If you can't do that simple task then I do not need your help
by nuts2u
20 Oct 2017 15:47
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: How come 'Debian-Plymouth-Manager' conflicts with 'solydxk-system' ?
Replies: 11
Views: 2728

Re: How come 'Debian-Plymouth-Manager' conflicts with 'solydxk-system' ?

I get this error when launching the program File attached to this post
by nuts2u
29 Sep 2017 16:19
Forum: Software
Topic: Firefox does not delete usernames
Replies: 5
Views: 1584

Re: Firefox does not delete usernames

Goto Edit,Preferences,Security and uncheck the box "Remeber login for sites" Also click on saved logins and delete all names in there along with passwords.
by nuts2u
17 Jul 2017 18:00
Forum: News & Anouncements
Topic: SolydXK-9 RC2: testing upgrade, ISOs, changes and more
Replies: 136
Views: 34375

Re: SolydXK-9 RC2: testing upgrade, ISOs, changes and more

Here is my 2 cents on the Solydx-64 upgrade I did. The script performed Perfectly. I Have a Dell machine into which I've installed a 500 Gig Samsung EVO SSD. The obsolete.txt file had a few programs that were not found on my system, but other than that the upgrade was flawless. Now with that being s...

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