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- Sun Mar 18, 2018 9:53 am
- Forum: Torrent Team
- Topic: MX 17.1 : what can be called "success"
- Replies: 40
- Views: 596
Oh, I remember those times, at that time Debian didn't have their xxxxxxx straight, nowadays (because of Ubuntu pressure) they release more often and more predictable, at that time it was very uncertain when the would release something, and they were like "use Debian Testing if you want somethi...
Might as well then copy it straight without compressing things... JMHO. It does compress, but not to the smallest possible even the one that we use by default on release ISO is not compressing to the smallest possible size, there are always tradeoffs. What's funny is that it looks faster than a sim...
HOLY CRAP! Now I understand why you are promoting lz4 like this, it almost took the tool longer to create a md5 than to compress the entire installation. I don't get it, I didn't even think it's possible to copy so much data so fast (it helps I guess I have SSD) It did create a larger file 2.2GB vs....
Actually you don't need to modify the scripts there's a config file (at least for mx-snapshot) in /etc/mx-snapshot.conf and you just need to use the option --comp lz4 (if mksquashfs supports it, I think it does).
- Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:14 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: MX-Workbench Community Respin
- Replies: 22
- Views: 3923
I will probably upgrade the ISO on the MX17.1 base soon, I could remove Libreoffice, but I want the tool to be fully featured, not to subtract things. Also, like I mentioned before, this is meant to be a showcase of what could be done not necessarily to create a perfect tool for everybody, if you wa...
- Sat Mar 17, 2018 12:22 am
- Forum: Software / Configuration
- Topic: Messed up fstab [Solved]
- Replies: 22
- Views: 358
No problem, I was annoyed when somebody repeated the "you don't have to use sudo" after I already explained the reason why I suggested using sudo. Even more, see the difference on a MX16 installation (I guess the version of lsblk on MX16 is way stupider than the one on MX17) adrian@mx1:/mn...