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HELP: MX Remaster

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WARNING: these tools are for use in a Live session only!

Remaster

Requirements

Typically you will be using a LiveUSB as your target system for your customized version of MX Linux. (If you are using a LiveHD then you will need to create a LiveUSB or a LiveCD from the LiveHD in order to install elsewhere.)

Ndiswrapper


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NOTE: In general, it is preferable to first try to find a NATIVE wifi driver for your wifi-adapter. But, sometimes that driver is incomplete (not all features work yet) or a native driver may not exist at all yet. So, since there is probably a working Windows-driver that works in Windows, Linux can use that driver directly, via 'Ndiswrapper'!

Alien

The application alien is a CLI command that allows you to install an RPM package on a Debian system or just convert it into a deb file.

Installation

Install alien and fakeroot from the repos.

Use

Single Step rpm install

To install an rpm package, open a console in the same directory where the package is and type :

Time settings

Introduction

If your clock time is always wrong, there are 4 possible issues:

  • wrong timezone
  • wrong selection of UTC versus local time
  • BIOS clock set wrong
  • time drift

These issues are usually addressed in MX-15 using Start menu > System > TimeSet, in MX-16 with Start menu > System > Time Settings. The command line method described here may be desired or--in the case of antiX--required.

Frugal installation

Introduction

A frugal install goes onto an existing partition and can co-exist with other frugal installs, with installed Linux or installed Windows. The major benefit is you get to take advantage of the speed and size of an internal drive, up to literally ten times faster! If you are starting out with a usb-3 live-usb in a usb-3 port then the speedup will be less dramatic, but from a live-dvd then prepare to have your mind blown.

Advantages of frugal installations:

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