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Installing Software / Re: More trouble installing Wine
« Last post by TheDead on June 11, 2021, 11:35:56 AM »
Herez it iz:https://zello.com/data/ZelloSetup.exe
I'm begining to think I should use the app myself  :008:
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https://www.linuxliteos.com/manual/tutorials.html#usbpers

Hi Jerry,
By following this tutorial, does this means that I will be creating a Linux Lite live USB with persistent?
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Installing Software / Re: More trouble installing Wine
« Last post by Jerry on June 10, 2021, 11:21:28 PM »
Yay a resource :) I'd need a link to the windows version to test.

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Installing Software / Re: More trouble installing Wine
« Last post by TheDead on June 10, 2021, 09:26:40 PM »
From web site.Zello - The Leading Push-to-Talk AppZello is the highest rated push-to-talk app, connecting 150 Million users globally,
empowering frontline workers, teams, and communities through instant and crystal-clear voice messaging.https://zello.com
There is a free app version but no where is mention about requirements. :(
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Hi,

I'm trying to install Linux Lite 5.4 to a 32GB USB stick. After installation with no error on a laptop with dual boot Window & Linux MInt 20, I cannot boot into the USB stick on the laptop.
Not only that, I cannot boot into the Linux Mint on the hard drive as well.

Sprintrdriver commented on the tutotial to physically disconnect the internal hard drive before the installation. But I don't want to mess around with the hardware of this laptop.

Well, if you want to install Linux Lite to a USB stick, you will have to follow Sprintdriver's advice. Here's the thing; the problem you're facing is due to the fact that Linux is installing Grub to the internal disk, not the USB, and that's why it didn't boot nor did Linux Mint for the same very reason. The only way to avoid that is to "physically disconnect the internal hard drive before the installation." so the installer doesn't mess with that disk, and grub gets installed in the USB, which is what you need in order to be able to boot Linux Lite from the USB stick.   
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Hi,

I'm trying to install Linux Lite 5.4 to a 32GB USB stick. After installation with no error on a laptop with dual boot Window & Linux MInt 20, I cannot boot into the USB stick on the laptop.
Not only that, I cannot boot into the Linux Mint on the hard drive as well.

Then I booted into Boot-Repair Live USB and successfully repaired the hard drive booting and able to boot into Linux Mint.
I run Boot-Info to capture the log of the boot info of the hard drive.
After that, I inserted the USB Linux Lite and run the Boot-Info to capture the boot info of the USB. The installation wasn't able to install the proper boot loader into the USB.

I followed the steps in this tutorial (https://www.linuxliteos.com/forums/tutorials/how-to-install-linux-lite-to-usb-stick-not-ready-yet!/),
and specifically paid attention to setting the "Device for boot loader installation" to /dev/sdc/.

I repeated the same process with Xubuntu 20.04 LTS and ended up with the same problem.

Is there a way to manually copied the boot loader into the USB and configure the Grub to load all the necessary files to boot from the USB directly?
In that way, I can use the USB Linux Lite on any computer that allowed booting from USB.

Sprintrdriver commented on the tutotial to physically disconnect the internal hard drive before the installation. But I don't want to mess around with the hardware of this laptop.

I attached here the boot-info I capture:
1-Boot-Info_20210609_1901-Repated-Mint-Aft-LL-Installed.txt (After Boot-Repair and booted into Linux Mint on hard drive).
2-Boot-Info_20210610_1132-Booted-Mint-USB-Linux-Lite.txt   (booted into Linux Mint and inserted the USB Linux Lite).
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Video Cards / Re: What should I do to make the screen size 1920x1080?
« Last post by Moltke on June 09, 2021, 01:24:41 PM »
I installed linux lite on https://www.dell.com/en/sletmeler/p/optiplex-3020-desktop/pd computer. I can set the screen size to a maximum of 1024x768. What should I do to make the screen size 1920x1080? Should I update the graphics card driver, how can I update the graphics card driver if I need to?

Launch a terminal and run these two commands:
To get your GPU's info:
Code: [Select]
inxi -Gand to get available resolution modes
Code: [Select]
xrandrThen copy/paste the output in your reply using tag codes, you can do that by:
1. Using [ code ] paste output here [ / code ] there should be no spaces, I used them just so you could see how it's done.
2. Click the # symbol/icon in the toolbar which is just right under Font Size, then copy/paste the output from terminal between the tags. The reason to use code tags is to make it more readable, so looks something like this
Code: [Select]
 moltke  ~  inxi -G
Graphics:  Device-1: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Wrestler [Radeon HD 6310] driver: radeon v: kernel
           Device-2: Cheng Uei Precision Industry (Foxlink) HP Truevision HD type: USB driver: uvcvideo

and not just some messy-difficult to read text like this

 moltke  ~  inxi -G
Graphics:  Device-1: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Wrestler [Radeon HD 6310] driver: radeon v: kernel
           Device-2: Cheng Uei Precision Industry (Foxlink) HP Truevision HD type: USB driver: uvcvideo
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Iam getting Error: Invalid magic number, you need to load the kernal first while booting linux lite 5.4 from usb disk, but i can able to boot 5.0
System configuration  Processor: i5 10400f, Motherboard: Asus PRIME-H410M-E, 8GB Ram, Graphics card: Asus GT640
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