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by just
07 Feb 2014 21:36
Forum: Hardware
Topic: SolydK on a MacBook Air?
Replies: 5
Views: 1619

Re: SolydK on a MacBook Air?

one of my boxes is acer s3 ultrabook, with 13.3" screen. it's only 0,01" (0.25 mm) thicker than macbook air. rear heights are: macbook air: 0,68" acer s3: 0.69" the worst thing with acer s3 is its battery duration - 3 hours only. apple claims that their battery for 13" model lasts 12 hours. but acer...
by just
06 Feb 2014 12:56
Forum: Software
Topic: Libreoffice crashing
Replies: 36
Views: 6590

Re: Libreoffice crashing

by just
03 Feb 2014 23:06
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Bumblebee & Nvidia Propritary: Installation Check
Replies: 2
Views: 3499

Re: Bumblebee & Nvidia Propritary: Installation Check

wish i could ever reach your level of knoledge, zz! follow your posts for years, from good old mint forums times. missed the topic about glxgears. mea culpa! here's your commands executed on optimus system. just@alexsok ~ $ glxgears Running synchronized to the vertical refresh. The framerate should ...
by just
03 Feb 2014 21:33
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Bumblebee & Nvidia Proprietary on SolydXK 64bit
Replies: 30
Views: 13561

Re: Bumblebee & Nvidia Proprietary on SolydXK 64bit

with your permission, let me disagree with you. i've tried to answer you here:

http://forums.solydxk.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2811

it was written thoroughly following this tutorial. so i'd say that it works.


just
2014-02-03
by just
03 Feb 2014 20:25
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Bumblebee & Nvidia Propritary: Installation Check
Replies: 2
Views: 3499

Bumblebee & Nvidia Propritary: Installation Check

Bumblebee & Nvidia Propritary: How to check the installation since i've installed the latest solyd isos - 201401 - i hadn't time to reinstall bumblebee on it. shame on me, i even didn't remember how to do it. so 4 days ago i've accurately followed the tutorial in this forum, step by step, to install...
by just
01 Feb 2014 22:27
Forum: Software
Topic: So what's your take on Firefox 26 Better or Worse?
Replies: 8
Views: 1892

Re: So what's your take on Firefox 26 Better or Worse?

i'm running ff 26.0 on two solyds (x & k) and two mints (cinnamon & kde). it has no issue at all, and runs smooth as a silk. i don't use any particular method to update or install it. just a standard install during distro installation, then normal updates via synaptic. can't speak about java, don't ...
by just
01 Feb 2014 08:16
Forum: Bug Control
Topic: [Solved] Sudden Loud Volume (After Recent UP)
Replies: 27
Views: 8965

Re: [Solved] Sudden Loud Volume (After Recent UP)

thanks for the tip, RavenLX! it worked perfectly. the sound level is ok now.

just
2014-02-01
by just
01 Feb 2014 07:26
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: need to fix grub after installing another distro
Replies: 9
Views: 2955

Re: need to fix grub after installing another distro

i never used avlinux, so don't know it well enough to give any advice. which grub avlinux uses, grub 1 (grub legacy) or grub 2? i'll suppose it uses grub2. being a debian-based distro, it shoud have one or two commands (or both of them): update-grub update-grub2 the command scans hard disk(s) for an...
by just
31 Jan 2014 07:45
Forum: KDE specific (SolydK)
Topic: [Solved] Desktop problem...big black borders
Replies: 9
Views: 2060

Re: Desktop problem...big black borders

right now don't remember how to get rid of black background under your dock (bottom of your screenshot). as for conky, your conkyrc probably already has the folowing two parameters: ... own_window_transparent yes own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager ... that's OK, but li...
by just
26 Nov 2013 11:10
Forum: News & Anouncements
Topic: SolydK Business Edition released and new iso’s!
Replies: 36
Views: 8951

Re: SolydK Business Edition released and new iso’s!

hooray! downloading x, k, be... will be a real "install fest" this evening at home!
by just
12 Nov 2013 07:06
Forum: Software
Topic: Removing unused kernels
Replies: 25
Views: 6427

Re: Removing unused kernels

when i'm absolutely sure that the latest, currently used kernel (uname -a) works well, and i'll never need the older ones, sometimes i remove all of them with the one-liner: $ sudo apt-get purge $(dpkg -l|egrep '^ii linux-(im|he)'|awk '{print $2}'|grep -v `uname -r`) or, to be slightly more cautious...
by just
08 Nov 2013 14:52
Forum: Introduce yourself
Topic: Thanks from Turin, Italy
Replies: 7
Views: 1515

Re: Thanks from Turin, Italy

merci, ane

just
2013-11-08
by just
07 Nov 2013 19:43
Forum: Introduce yourself
Topic: Thanks from Turin, Italy
Replies: 7
Views: 1515

Re: Thanks from Turin, Italy

thank you, rokytnji !

just
2013-11-07
by just
07 Nov 2013 19:36
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Bumblebee & Nvidia Proprietary on SolydXK 64bit
Replies: 30
Views: 13561

Re: Bumblebee & Nvidia Proprietary on SolydXK 64bit

hi schoelje, i have a better idea. i still have a spare partition with a virgin solydk-201309-64bit installed on it. i will follow the bumblebee installation guide (this one) step by step, and will privately email you the detailed output of every single command executed in terminal. this way, you'll...
by just
07 Nov 2013 15:34
Forum: Introduce yourself
Topic: Thanks from Turin, Italy
Replies: 7
Views: 1515

Re: Thanks from Turin, Italy

just posted my short guide in Tutorials section, under the title "Bumblebee & Nvidia Proprietary on SolydXK 64bit". hopefully, it responds all bumblebee-related answers and doubts.

just
2013-11-07
by just
07 Nov 2013 15:27
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: Bumblebee & Nvidia Proprietary on SolydXK 64bit
Replies: 30
Views: 13561

Bumblebee & Nvidia Proprietary on SolydXK 64bit

edit 2018-03-14: Recently tested and working kernels, drivers, tools, cards kernel 4.15.9-towo.2-siduction-amd64 + nvidia 390.42-1 on Siduction 18.2.0 Patience Kde Plasma, Cinnamon, Mate, Gnome 3 VirtualGL acceleration virtualgl_2.5.2_amd64.deb ( VirtualGL @SourceForge ) Nvidia Optimus video cards ...
by just
07 Nov 2013 10:46
Forum: Introduce yourself
Topic: Thanks from Turin, Italy
Replies: 7
Views: 1515

Thanks from Turin, Italy

hi all, i'm a new member of the forum. i like SolydXK because it's: - a rolling release - being based on debian testing, a very stable system - updated by the team with newest & tested packages - a very moderm system, unlike a pure debian itself tried to follow SolydXK since it was born. but one of ...

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