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2. Used entire disk
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Moving? I was thinking of deleting it. The post was copied from here: https://mybroadband.co.za/forum/threads/lightweight-linux-distro.1015818/ Was only waiting for the spam link to appear. Henry I moved it but as you am wary of the intent, ready to delete the thread pending further evidence of mal...
Strange thought:- If MX19 is made without the systemd-init option, it will be very similar to Devuan :alien: . And if it is made without the sysv-init option, some people might prefer Devuan :frown: . P.S. I have tried out Devuan live and it works quite well even without its 245 updates! antiX is m...
Many Linux users and developers seem to disagree on a lot of things, and systemd is just one of them. No wonder why Linux can't be and will never be a dominant OS for desktop use. That is a sad reality and it pains me because I have learned to like Linux after more than 2 years of learning how to u...
Adding KDE is certainly not general good advice for someone who has just installed MX Linux! Agree. The thing to do after installing is to explore the system. Become familiar with all the MX Tools. Read the manual. Make MX your own visually, icons, theme and the like. Make a snapshot with MX Snapsh...
So why should you suddenly switch to systemd? In a case where the software you want to use only runs on systemd. An example was the latest PIAVPN client before our devs packaged it to work on sysvinit. users work with SysVInit without problems, whether this is a conscious decision or not. It works ...
Use code tags when posting this type of system information. Highlight the text and click on the </> symbol at the top of the text block. I have done this for you with your post.