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Release Announcements / Re: Linux Lite 5.0 Final Released
« Last post by Jacob Pertou on Today at 12:22:55 PM »
@torreydale Thanks for the reply, I appreciate it. I got it to work this morning. I read somewhere I could update the firmware in Windows10, and that seemed to do the trick.
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On Topic / Re: New LL Web Site
« Last post by torreydale on Today at 12:21:06 PM »
I like the new website, too.
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Release Announcements / Re: Linux Lite 5.0 Final Released
« Last post by torreydale on Today at 12:18:21 PM »
@Jacob Pertou ,


For your printer, consider following the manual on Printing first:  https://linuxliteos.com/manual/hardware.html#printer


If that doesn't work, try connecting to it with a USB cord before connecting via a network connection, whether that be wired or wirelessly.


If that doesn't work, go to Install/Remove programs and install HPLIP.


If that doesn't work, try going to the HP site at https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/identify?q=3630&filter=&origin=drivers&devicetype=printer&type=printers
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Perhaps it could be any alien signal invaded into the .iso file while downloading it !!!  :P
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@newtusmaximus ,


Open up a text editor and type in your password to see if it appears as expected.  Perhaps you have Caps Lock or Num Lock inadvertently on.
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Installing Software / Re: libreoffice base
« Last post by torreydale on Today at 11:58:27 AM »
@Sjaak Straver ,


Several people have viewed this posting, and if they are like me, they don't fully know what you're asking.  I suggest you proofread your posting, review the posting guidelines, and add more context.
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On Topic / Re: New LL Web Site
« Last post by Jerry on Today at 11:24:47 AM »
Thanks TC I appreciate your kind words. Especially interested in hearing from you regarding PXE. We may have the opportunity in the future to be deployed by a large multi national.

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If this is older ATI check the BIOS for internal graphics settings, may be under chipset. Set the default usually with older boards the GFXO is the first in line and set the frame buffer location above onboard memory if that option is available.

TC 
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Release Announcements / Re: Linux Lite 5.0 Final Released
« Last post by TMG1961 on Today at 11:04:04 AM »
OS verssion was 4.8 and i tried etcher 1.5.56 -1.5.59 and 1.5.95 al gave me the error. ersion 1.5.95 for windows worked fine in windows 10
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Hi!

Heya!

If I remember correctly from the older days, I think this weird display is that the display turns on and shows the video frame buffer before it's memory is initialized for the current dispay settings.
Like Jerry said, no cause for concern. An update to drivers and/or kernel usually solves this. In some cases you could see the previous output (before the reboot)... albeigth with weird colors and all garbled up though.

ADD : Some "really" old ATI (before AMD) video cards were notorious to have random "green lines" when changing display resolutions. Also, a projector am using frequently displays some blue-ish image before the wanted output, so this can also be hardware related, but does not affect usage.

ADD2 : Some Monitors or TVs will be the culprits also, trying to display an incomplete video signal for a second or two. Most have a delay before displaying an image when detecting changes to the video output to prevent this and probably a "stress" on electronic components from what I understand.
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Linux Lite 5.0 Final is now available for download and installation