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Quick & dirty 64-bit Linux boot.

by Deleted User 12059 » April 28th, 2016, 8:05 pm

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Re: Quick & dirty 64-bit Linux boot.

by F0LLETT » April 30th, 2016, 12:22 pm

Well done.
Wish there was a way to do this with X64 Windows.

Fair play to you, you really love doing this stuff. Just wish I had the time I used to, as I love this type of messing with stuff too.
Just have so many unfinished projects on the go and to little time due to work, I miss coding, :(.
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Re: Quick & dirty 64-bit Linux boot.

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Re: Quick & dirty 64-bit Linux boot.

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Re: Quick & dirty 64-bit Linux boot.

by hawsey » May 1st, 2016, 7:03 am

This is great , I need Cinnamon Mint booting off my 1010 , I've messed with a few live images but not with much success :-( various issues from screen not rotating to WiFi key and setting not saving so you have to re enter every time .

Would you be willing to share the image of your USB boot build ? Pretty please , I could post you a dropbox folder to put it in .
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If you don't want to do that , yes please to a write up :-)

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Re: Quick & dirty 64-bit Linux boot.

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Re: Quick & dirty 64-bit Linux boot.

by hawsey » May 1st, 2016, 1:55 pm

That's great , i will pm you then and also look forward to your write up :-)
Persistence , I didn't know that , is that hard to add ? Its pretty useless having to add the wireless every boot up .
I tried two live boot USB s , one was Remix os and it booted OK but was stuck in Portrait mode , the other was a Linux variant , but I forget its name , I posted it on here a few weeks ago , that also had wireless enabled and the screen rotation worked OK .
It was Fedlet

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