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Month: March 2018

Re: [trinity-users] Slax is Now Debian [WAS]Re: [trinity-users] my FrankenDebian

From: Glen Cunningham <glen1@...>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2018 16:14:27 +1100
On Sunday 18 March 2018 11:50:11 William Morder wrote:
> On Saturday 17 March 2018 00:27:16 Glen Cunningham wrote:
> Okay, so do you mean that you are actually installing your system to
> a USB stick, or that you are copying the iso image to it, and using
> it to boot like a live CD or DVD?
   Not exactly,  you follow the Slax instructions
  IIRC.  In Linux, just dd the .iso to appropriate writable media (I 
used a Sandisk USB 3.0 "thumb" drive. Then follow the instructions in 
the readme.txt file to make it bootable.

<more snippage>
> When I boot up, I never see "Persistent Changes" in my menu choices
> (although I've heard about it). I can do a little research and see
> what I discover. Once I sort out my desktop, I can try installing
> Slax a USB, then see if I can figure out how "Persistent Changes"
> works.
   "Persistent Changes" has been broken by the builder of the "Slax with 
Trinity" image.   However, I'm still looking to see if I can restore 
this, for me, essential feature.  A post in the origin thread that 
announced the "Slax with Trinity" asking for this got no response. :-(