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Other / Re: Am I using the correct drivers?
« Last post by supergamer on March 18, 2020, 11:44:36 AM »
That depends on if you want to play intensive 3d games. The default is using the open source drivers that are shipped with xorg. The other ones are actual Nvidia drivers. If you want 3d for intensive games I suggest using the nvidia-driver-435 for your card (the top choice).
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Other / [ SOLVED ] Am I using the correct drivers?
« Last post by Rapidrob on March 18, 2020, 11:16:10 AM »
I installed a gigabyte GeForce GT1030 ( GP108) card and do not know if my computer is using the correct drivers? The card works just fine but I want to make sure I'm using the proper drivers?
Please advise.

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Other / Re: Boot taking 2 Minutes
« Last post by robinc on March 17, 2020, 02:03:00 AM »
systemd-bootchart plus pybootchartgui will at least allow you to see what's happening in the boot process - and how long each bit is taking. May help.
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Installing Linux Lite / Re: Hard to install with 1366x768 resolution
« Last post by gaojicainiao on March 17, 2020, 12:01:27 AM »
Oh! I found that I can drag the sides of the window to move it up. No problem now. :D
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I never play with the firewall rules for lack of knowledge. When it's ON, I never look back until the next install. If Jerry makes it easier to tweak and visible in the tray, fine! But it's not something I look for or need, to be honest. I see it as a -plus- for more advanced LL users and I'm OK with that.  It may get me interested into learning more!
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Off Topic / Coronavirus
« Last post by pedrito on March 16, 2020, 05:55:51 PM »
Hi guys. Just wanted to adress a msg to all of you.
Most of you are aware that this virus is spreading everywhere like fire and that this stuff is a serious and real thing.
For those of you that still think this is just a super-flu or a disease that you have no chance to get, you are damn wrong.
I live in France where the situation is starting to get out of control. 50% of those who die/are in serious condition are less than 60 year old.
The government fears that in 1 week we are in the same situation as Italy: doctors having to choose those who live and those who die.

So please, wherever you live: take this seriously.
Keep informed and follow the instruction of the health autorities
Do not visit or touch elders to protect them
Wash your hands very carefully with soap or hydroacloolic gel
Do not shake hands, kiss, hug
If you can, stay at home the most you can
Avoid social contact for a couple of weeks.
Do not meet friends/people inside buildings
Keep security distance of 1 meter to other people
Do not stock too much food, but enough to avoid frequent shopping

All these rules seem impossible to follow... I know.
But now we are obliged to in France (and more abroadly in many parts of the EU) and tomorrow there are gonna be cops and soldiers averywhere in Paris to enforce some of these rules.
If ever your country or region did not take some these rules of social distancing yet, I advise you to anticipate them.
Really this is serious : in Italy people are dying by hundreds every day.
If some Italian read this : we love you guys and are with you. Forza Italia.
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Installing Linux Lite / Hard to install with 1366x768 resolution
« Last post by gaojicainiao on March 16, 2020, 11:16:50 AM »
I can't see the button below, and I can't change the size of the installation window.
Thank you all for all your work for Linux Lite.
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Other / Re: Boot taking 2 Minutes
« Last post by TheDead on March 16, 2020, 10:21:28 AM »
Hi,

Does the Windwos also take a long time to boot?

If so, maybe your hard drive is defective.In Windows, you could install CrytalDiskInfo to check (i.e. checking it's SMART status).https://osdn.net/projects/crystaldiskinfo/downloads/72256/CrystalDiskInfo8_4_2.exe/

In Linux, I never had to check this yet but I'm guessing there is a simple tool to do that.  ;)
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I do and most definitely..


I will send it over after work  :)

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Not sure if the title is what I really need but its my assessment of the issue anyway.
I need to use a patched psmouse driver from here https://github.com/antonizoon/psmouse-ux for my machine (vaio ux1).
The driver works as intended on kernel 4.4 (latest Lite 32bit) but does not survive reboot.
Issuing the last two commands (7 and 8 in the github link) after startup gets the mouse working as intended.
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    sudo modprobe -r psmouse
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    sudo modprobe psmouse
How to make this permanent?
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Linux Lite 4.8 Final is now available for download and installation