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Introductions / Re: How to get the proper Support you are seeking
« Last post by sillyabraham8 on February 20, 2024, 08:34:33 AM »
Nice Post
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On Topic / Re: Linux Litre 6.8 Base OS and kernel
« Last post by sqwuade on February 20, 2024, 06:47:09 AM »
Ok, thanks for the info Steve.  I would guess 7.0 would be released around May?  I wonder what the base OS / kernel of it will be.
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On Topic / Re: Linux Litre 6.8 Base OS and kernel
« Last post by stevef on February 20, 2024, 05:24:58 AM »
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Installing Linux Lite / Re: Linux Lite and windows install
« Last post by stevef on February 20, 2024, 05:21:42 AM »
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Is it possible to boot LL as usual but have a separate access to Windows just for running old Windows programs and nothing else?

Yes. I assume you are thinking of dual boot though you could investigate running Win10 as a virtual machine.

The usual approach to dual boot is to use Windows to shrink the partition it uses to make space and then install Linux Lite in this space.  You can then manipulate UEFI and grub so that one of the installed OS (LL in your case) boots on a normal start up, but the alternate OS can be booted if required by intercepting the boot manager to select the alternate OS.

As always, backup everything you need before.
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On Topic / Linux Litre 6.8 Base OS and kernel
« Last post by sqwuade on February 20, 2024, 05:12:00 AM »
Does anyone know what the Linux Litre 6.8 Base OS and kernel will be?  Also, when will it be released?

thanks!
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Installing Linux Lite / Re: Linus Lite not booting - PXE-E61/no os detected
« Last post by sqwuade on February 19, 2024, 11:15:10 PM »
I would try setting the BIOS/UEFI back to defaults and then have another go at the install.  It's a new install so no data to lose on the drive, just blast the drive and try the install again.  Good luck and post back here and tell us what happened and if you got the issue resolved.
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Installing Linux Lite / Linux Lite and windows install
« Last post by deejay on February 19, 2024, 01:43:21 PM »
Please can you advise? I have pc with 3 hard disks (C, D, E). Currently it is setup with Windows 10 on C drive, program installs on D drive and storage etc on E drive. I want to migrate over to Linux Lite (esp. when Win 10 support ends) but keep a Windows system (disconnected from internet). My thinking is C drive for LL and drive D just for Windows programs which are older and not supported by CrossOver or WINE. (Have already checked compatibility). And keep E drive for storing files/folders etc. Is it possible to boot LL as usual but have a separate access to Windows just for running old Windows programs and nothing else? Sorry this is a long winded question but wanted to try and include all deets.
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Installing Software / install crossover on LL
« Last post by deejay on February 19, 2024, 12:58:54 PM »
Can the CrossOver Linux be installed on LL? And if so, is it any good? I've tried WINE, but it doesn't support the software I want to run. Many tnx.
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Off Topic / Re: Yes really: The Earth is FLAT
« Last post by antoniorodo on February 18, 2024, 04:18:27 AM »
First world problems tbh. What I want to really know, is what is reality?



Actually, when enough people wakes up to the real truth, all the main world problems will vanish forever. No more poverty, no more wars. No more taxes, no more corrupted governments, etc. If you want to learn more, the flat earth proof video and documentary will wake you up to our real reality. There are A LOT more unknown lands and continents outside the Antarctic circle/ice wall around us. Just watching the first 10 minutes of Hibbeler Production's flat earth proof video above should be enough to wake you up.
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Off Topic / Re: Yes really: The Earth is FLAT
« Last post by antoniorodo on February 18, 2024, 04:14:39 AM »
This is a joke right?  These topics are best left to some other forum where the stultus' hang out.



Flat Earth is really not a joke, it is the truth. We actually live on a non-moving geocentric flat earth. Our ancestors were right and if you search for Alexander Gleason's 1892 world map, you will get a real true map of our known world.
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