This is what makes this group of developers so great. BJ sees how the software can catch people unawares, and proactively suggests a fix, that he himself would be responsible for implementing.
The kernel problem with recent updates has been solved. Find the solution here
-- Required MX 15/16 Repository Changes
-- Information on torrent hosting changes
-- Information on MX15/16 GPG Keys
-- Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities
-- Introducing our new Website
-- MX Linux on social media: here
-- MX-18.3 Point Release release info here
-- Migration Information to MX-18 here
-- antiX-17.4.1 release info here
-- Please read this first, and don't forget to add system and hardware information to posts!
-- Here are the Forum Rules
Search found 1828 matches
- Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:20 pm
- Forum: Community Fun
- Topic: My cat has had an operation on the 11th of June
- Replies: 74
- Views: 2339
Just wanting to get good thoughts my way.. or rather.. my cat's way. Doerak (Rascal in English) will have to stay sober tonight, and tomorrow morning he needs to be at the vet between 8 and 8:30. He lost the crown of a tooth and the nerve is open in his mouth.. that HAS to hurt. So.. we arranged fo...
- Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:11 pm
- Forum: Chat
- Topic: What opinion do you have on the Cloud?
- Replies: 41
- Views: 2043
But, in the end it does just mean 'someone else's computer' . I don't take it on faith that any of my personal data will be private and secure unless I encrypt it myself. [...] I am quite happy backing things up locally. Something always on, available from anywhere on a range of devices? Sure thing...
Not a Chrome user, I've been using Fx for so long and with the same addons and customizations and configs that I'd have to go into therapy if I was forced to switch. That said, a good hosts fire will take care of the vast vast majority of ads and other objectionable web content. I've been using MSVP...
Idealogically I want no systemd. Pragmatically I'm booting into it right now because without it my wifi is wonky. This is going to be a big choice for MX very soon. I'll use MX with or without systemd where I can. But if sysVinit gets in my way I'll have to use something else. Ideology is the enemy...
I guess I understand at a shallow level the technical/philosophical/political objections to systemd, but as an unsophisticated run-of-the-mill user, I don't see what all the fuss is about. I long ago gave up on tilting at windmills and worrying over unknown unknowns, and today just want my machines ...
- Sat May 18, 2019 11:05 am
- Forum: Hardware /Configuration
- Topic: Who is using SSD's?
- Replies: 130
- Views: 11138
With the HDD it was 1 minute 30 seconds, with the SSD it's now 1 minute 11 seconds. It's fast er but not what I would call exactly fast. I'm a bit disappointed, but I suppose even a fast drive isn't going to make a slow computer become fast. It is what it is: 32-bit, 1.6GHz Atom CPU, 2GB DDR2 800MH...
I am fairly new to mx linux. I installed it fresh on my acer aspire a515-51. I have an intel 7200u processor, and was wondering if there was anything I should do after a fresh install. What you should do (IMO) is take some time to familiarize yourself with MX as it is OOTB. You'll have plenty of ti...