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46  General / Wish list / Re: Grub menu - add recovery mode on: September 17, 2007, 19:23:07 PM
Just got some info, it doesnt work if Xorg is broken.
like adding in xorg:
Code:
Section "Extensions"
    Option "Composite" "0"
EndSection

As there is some guides telling you to use "0" or "1" and that wont work offcourse.

Then you are screwed  Grin
Its still becomes black screen for us.

the only way for us ATI users to get it fixed is to formating whole hd or use a live-cd somehow.
Dont know how nvidia acts.....
47  General / Wish list / Re: Exaile on: September 17, 2007, 14:10:14 PM
what i installed to get it to work:
gst-python in pisi
elementtree in pisi
http://www.sacredchao.net/quodlibet/wiki/Development/Mutagen downloaded that and installed it. (read readme file to install it)
pysqlite in pisi (not sure if needed)


dont remember if there was anymore  Grin
48  General / Wish list / Re: How about dazuko on: September 17, 2007, 13:50:30 PM
got any site saying that viruses are spreading in linux?
havent heard anything about this earlier....
49  General / General topics / Re: External HDD and Filesystem on: September 17, 2007, 12:33:40 PM
Windows cant recognize the ext3 system, so it wont show in windows at all.
NTFS system works for both, but isnt so good for linux instead, some minor problems will popup some time, like: cant write to that HD in linux, need a software to help you with that. Sometimes it gets corrupted when mounting it for the first time, also pain in the butt to fix.

The main question is:
Will you use only Linux or Linux + windows with that harddrive?

Only Linux, then ext3 is the right system.
Win + linux, then NTFS is the right system.
Dont use fat32, as it cant handle big files etc...only gives you more headache  Grin
50  General / Wish list / Re: Grub menu - add recovery mode on: September 17, 2007, 12:18:32 PM
i already got that line now  Cool
Was thinking they should add it in pardus as default too  Grin
51  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Hello everyone - From Sweden on: September 17, 2007, 12:16:59 PM
I can tell little about my distro testings:

Fedora:
Cant get my wireless card to work from start. (needs internet and its hard when my wireless is out of order)
Very hard to install some stuff, alot of console typings. Very ugly layout from start.

SabayonLinux:
Very easy install and fixes compiz with ati drivers from "out of the box". Takes long time to install things, it takes source and compiles it. hard to update the system, alot of useless stuff from start.

Zenwalk:
Too much program from start, didnt support my wireless card either. So i couldent get internet from this one. uses xfce as X system, didnt like it at all.

Ubuntu:
kinda ok distro, but seems slow for me. its built for slower computer. isnt compatible with debian.

pclinuxos:
Very stable system, but they want money to use "faster update package adress" and thats a lame way to earn money. They dont know when they are releasing a new version either. Dont got much in package manager. Using RPM packages, and i dont like them  Cheesy


Ive tested more, but many of them dont support closed drivers from start...meaning i cant get my wireless card to work.
52  General / Wish list / Re: Grub menu - add recovery mode on: September 17, 2007, 12:03:05 PM
Great, thanks for testing  Cool

Then there wouldent be any problem to have 2 grub lines as default in pardus and name one of them (recovery mode)

That will solve alot of problems in the feature Wink
53  General / Introduce yourself / Re: India calling on: September 17, 2007, 09:12:07 AM
and pardus lost the "love" and only got a happy face?
what happened...  Shocked
54  General / General topics / Re: External HDD and Filesystem on: September 17, 2007, 09:10:54 AM
if you are planning to use linux a ling time, then i recommend ext3 filesystem.
if you are planning to use windows too, then NTFS is the one Smiley

ext4 is under develop too for linux, and are under testing. So maybe that filesystem will pop up later in Pardus too  Grin
55  General / Wish list / Re: Grub menu - add recovery mode on: September 17, 2007, 08:39:42 AM
the pardus developer told me that maybe "xorg=false" can do the trick to add in grub line.....
or was it "xorg=off" ?
Atleast there seems to be a way to create a boot manager that will only start in textmode.
56  General / Wish list / Re: Grub menu - add recovery mode on: September 17, 2007, 07:56:14 AM
There must be another way than change in file initab?
57  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pardus & me friend for ever(A new cups problem) on: September 16, 2007, 21:14:07 PM
did you check the snapshot?, you will see the option disabled.
its disabled because it doesnt find your writer there, if it finds a writer in usb, then its enabled.
for me its enabled...if i plug it off and try, its disabled.
58  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: KDE sessions on: September 16, 2007, 21:11:56 PM
kde sessions is stripped away. i mean there isnt any alternative logins for pardus, dont know why....
59  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pardus & me friend for ever(A new cups problem) on: September 16, 2007, 20:35:21 PM
tried to change usb port? i had to do that alot in windows before. But not in linux, not yet anyway.
60  Assistance / Software / Re: Compiz Fusion on: September 16, 2007, 17:56:56 PM
im looking for source for that package, but its not easy though....Maybe we can compile it on our own.
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