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Looking for more tweaks for MX

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TJ Hoye
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Re: Looking for more tweaks for MX

#11 Postby TJ Hoye » Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:00 pm

Stevo wrote: you can try the optional systemd boot in MX quite easily, and it should not affect the operation of the system to any great degree.
Where can I find how to do this? Thanks. TJH
64-bit MX-17.1 LiveUSB boot/Frugal install with lz4 remastering
on dual-cpu Dell 1545 laptop with 4Gb ram, 200Gb hdd;
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Re: Looking for more tweaks for MX

#12 Postby richb » Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:04 pm

In the Grub menu, Advanced options has a line for booting with systemd. You just need to click on it.
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Re: Looking for more tweaks for MX

#13 Postby Buck Fankers » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:04 pm

skidoo wrote:sudo sysv-rc-conf <- To manage the services autostart configuration:


Cool, thanks!


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