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MX Gnome 3.30 buster Respin (v.07)

For issues with MX that has been modified from the initial install. Example: adding packages that then cause issues.
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dphn
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Re: MX Gnome 3.30 buster Respin (v.06)

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Post by dphn » Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:33 pm

great work. Looks really good and some KDE apps are great, for example kdenlive, k3b and of course dolphin... but so much dependencies. :)
for those with an eye for the finer details...

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Re: MX Gnome 3.30 buster Respin (v.07)

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Post by rasat » Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:26 am

Here is a new update (version 07). The startup iso and install, has same look & feel as shown in screenshot.
http://amurt.ro/download/mx/mx-linux-gn ... ctive2.jpg

To have the fast boot as in ver. 0.5, this new version uses same update. In some machines, snapshot ver 0.6 cases long config search after HD install.

After installing in your HD, run Synaptic to upgrade 790 packages..... Reload, Mark All Upgrades and Apply.

DOWNLOAD - respin-mx-gnome-buster-20190314-v07.iso (1.6Gb)
https://archive.org/details/mx-linux-gn ... ter-respin

MD5: c2c376d7db68f3b65d41dfaaf6ce7290

TO INSTALL:
Run in terminal "sudo -E minstall" or click Installer.desktop in ~/Desktop

Note: Workspace To Dock is hidden.... bring your mouse cursor to right side of screen.

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Re: MX Gnome 3.30 buster Respin (v.07)

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Post by rasat » Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:31 pm

In ver 0.7 there is a minor error. After login, a dialog box says "/home/amurt/Downloads does not exist". It asks to edit blueman-services.
Either edit with terminal or dconf-editor

Terminal
gsettings set org.blueman.transfer shared-path '/home/<username>/Downloads'

Dconf Editor
sudo apt-get install dconf-tools
Run dconf-editor. Click org,blueman,transfer and edit shared-path '/home/amurt/Downloads' to '/home/<username>/Downloads'

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