This is very interesting
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I'm trying to get skype sound to work but apparently the monkeys at MS removed
alsa support and replaced it with pulse, which is rubbish. Even though I have
pulse enable (pclos - ali's remaster), it still doesn't show up. Is there a
fix to re-enable alsa or the like?
I guess François Andriot would best answer this question.
I am experimenting with installing Linux on a Sony Vaio Tablet (Vaio Tap 11,
model SVT112113CXB ). This has proven *much* more difficult than on a
Microsoft Surface Pro 2:
- You can disable SecureBoot in the BIOS *but* it is still there! The first
consequence is that I can't install Debian!
- Other Linux version more or less did install (Ubuntu 16.10, Alexandre's
PCLOS, openSUSE) but I everytime has trouble.
In the end, the only install that (really) runs well is openSUSE Tumbleweed:
really snappy under Gnome 3, onscreen keyboard, it even tries to use the
accelerometer and rotates the screen (although in a somwhat eratic way)
Now, of course, there is no installation of TDE for Tumbleweed. Would the
instruction for 42.3 work?
Now, a Tablet is not where I need TDE most, but...
Greets, folks . . .
I once loved my iPad, but Apple has made me hate and despise it, with
constant unwanted terrible updates that remove functionality and have
reduced battery life from <12 hours to >3 hours. (IoS 11 sucks so badly
that it pulls the branches off nearby trees.) I have had it with the iPad.
But I have need of a tablet.
It's been awhile since I heard anything involving Linux being put on a
tablet; for a time I had a version of Linux running on an H-P Touchpad,
which has long since died. The X support was semi-decent -- I had either
OpenOffice.org or Libre Office running (very slowly) on it.
That was probably six years ago. I kind of hope that some sort of Linux/X
development has taken place, but haven't been able to learn much. Anybody
know if there has been?
And the important question: would it be possible to put TDE on it and if I
did, would it work?
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I am trying to create a configuration for mutt so that it shares the mail folder with kmail (maildir). Has anybody got this kind of thing working on TDE? I tried to follow the lines in https://dev.mutt.org/trac/wiki/MuttFaq/Maildir and http://www.elho.net/mutt/maildir/ , but it does not work in any way. mutt always says "/home/nik/Mail/ is no mailbox".
.muttrc is this:
mailboxes `echo -n "+ "; find ~/Mail -maxdepth 1 \
-type d -name ".*" -printf "+'%f' "`
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After a little pause of about 2 years, I decided to put together a brand new version on my PCLinuxOS TDE remaster.
This new new version is a 64 bit system, with TDE 14.0.4, a 4.12.x kernel and no systemd.
It has an appearance similar to Plasma 5, but with TDE workflow and apps.
Guest user: guest
guest password: guest
Root user: root
Root password: root
Here is the link to download it:
Md5 checksum: 7d0ff8ad8f68cd4db8679a45d9aa4daa
Have a great day!
Can't wait to try it out.
> Hi Alexandre!
> This looks very nice :-)
> Am Samstag, 18. November 2017 schrieb Alexandre Couture:
> > Hi,
> > After a little pause of about 2 years, I decided to put together a brand
new version on my PCLinuxOS TDE remaster.
> > This new new version is a 64 bit system, with TDE 14.0.4, a 4.12.x kernel
and no systemd.
> > It has an appearance similar to Plasma 5, but with TDE workflow and apps.
> > Login info:
> > Guest user: guest
> > guest password: guest
> > Root user: root
> > Root password: root
> > Here is the link to download it:
> > Md5 checksum: 7d0ff8ad8f68cd4db8679a45d9aa4daa
> > Have a great day!
> > -Alexandre
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