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I want to use WordPress to create a web site, used Synaptic Package Manager to install it, now how do I access the program? I searched in Menu, it doesn't come up, is there another step I need to complete?
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For Linux: (Use your 3.x OS) Since it's only a 4gig drive no need to write a partition. Use disk tools or gparted to zero the drive and then format to fat32. Right click on the downloaded ISO and select "write to disk" Select your USB drive and *rewrite the downloaded ISO to it. I have yet to understand why this is such a constant problem for users who already have Ubuntu or Debian Linux running, and/or while running Ubuntu or Debian Linux one would need extra software (Etcher, Unetbootin, etc.) to write Ubuntu or Debian Linux ISOs to USBs with. The write to disk function is available in the GUI from right click in Linux file managers (Thunar in this case). Puzzles me why other methods and software are so often used by Linux users. It's been so long I can't even remember when I started writing ISOs to USBs in Debian this way, maybe circa Deb 7, but I haven't had a failure for years and often re-used (zeroed and reformatted) USBs, and I've also done it in Ubuntu that way for a few years now too. I don't think its luck.

TC 
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Screenshots / Re: Post Your Desktop Screenshots!
« Last post by mdiemer on June 24, 2018, 10:37:46 PM »
Finally have my desktop to my liking.


 


Where do you get that "big time" thing? It reminds me of MX Linux.
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Screenshots / Re: Post Your Desktop Screenshots!
« Last post by +Matthew on June 24, 2018, 08:40:56 PM »


Literally heard about Linux Lite OS yesterday, already love it and have it installed on one desktop and three laptops!
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Sound / ASUS Xonar DXG PCI-e (No Sound From Rear Panel)
« Last post by Xorcist on June 24, 2018, 06:43:15 PM »
So I recently installed Linux Lite 4.0 on a machine with an ASUS Xonar DXG PCI-e sound card in it.


Now the card is detected properly, and while the jacks on the front panel work as expected, connecting to the rear panel resulted in no audio.


Now I onw that under Windows the Xonar utilities require you to select either the front or rear panel, so I kinda expected this under Linux too.


However the Volume Control only shows one available port for the device (Headphones), I was expecting to see Headphones, Headphones FP, and Multichannel.


Anyone have any clues on how to get this working?




* Did a little digging, and apparently running alsamixer in the terminal, pressing F6, selecting the Xonar, and then changing the Analog Output to use Multichannel got the rear panel working, but these settings are not saved, so I have to change them every time I boot. Is there a way to save this configuration?
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Off Topic / Re: If Windows was a stand-up comedian
« Last post by kissbaby3 on June 24, 2018, 04:02:34 PM »
ohhhh, this had me giggling , so true , thank you for the funny post 🙃👍
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Printing and Scanning / [ SOLVED ] canon ts9020 full driver linux
« Last post by riska anisa on June 24, 2018, 12:18:11 PM »
this is the suggestion to download driver canon for linux.

maybe some links below are usefull:

http://driver-canon.com

http://driver-canon.net
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Installing Linux Lite / Re: Using a sblive USB
« Last post by Mart on June 24, 2018, 08:20:12 AM »
You're welcome. :)

Happy to help.
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Installing Linux Lite / Re: Using an sblive USB
« Last post by JanetBiggar on June 24, 2018, 06:27:32 AM »
Perfect, it worked. I realized my mistake/misunderstanding earlier. I had not opened the /home file as administrator.

The screen shots helped along with your explanation. All has been deleted.

Thanks so much.
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Linux Lite 4.0 Final has been released. See the Release Announcements Section.