[lubuntu-users] Lubuntu 16.04.1 LTS has been released! (installing Lubuntu on an IDE HDD, attached though a USB adapter, presentation mode enabled to prevend Lubuntu to mounth the drive on wakeup)
scrooyahoo at riseup.net
scrooyahoo at riseup.net
Fri Jul 29 22:31:30 UTC 2016
The presentation mode did the trick for now.
Someone who is not aware of that new feature may have a bit of a
frustrating day when doing a similar install on an external HDD
The thing is that this was all done while using a Live USB on another
USB slot :-)
The Wifi of the old box doesn't seem to work yet all the rest looks OK
at first glance
Lubuntu running on a no-name chinese AMD 1500mhz with no more then 256MB
RAM, and 64MB of that is shared video RAM in S3 graphics
It runs like a donkey in a miniskirt, but it runs without tripping...
I might put the first Lubuntu machine out in the wild this weekend!
Free as in no owner!
On 2016-07-29 23:58, Israel wrote:
> You can disable the screen blanking with
> xset s off -dpms
> Feel free to add that to the autostart of any installed system you
> want to disable this default 'feature'. This was important back in
> the CRT monitor days, but is less needed in the current LCD monitor
> Laptops do not have CRT monitors, of course
> You can also install xscreensaver and run
> xscreensaver -no-splash
> you can run
> to disable the screen saver altogether through the GUI (which is the
> easiest way to configure it)
> On 07/29/2016 04:41 PM, scrooyahoo at riseup.net wrote:
>> Might it be possible to
>> turn ON, presentation mode, when the installer runs?
>> When installing Lubuntu to a USB connected HDD (using the normal
>> installer) then the sleepmode or screensaver mode, seems to try to
>> mount the usb drive on wakup. This apperently disrupts the installer
>> errors popup and stuff crashes.
>> I now manually put the machine in presentation mode. And so far so
>> Maybe there is a better way?
>> BTW, i discovered why the floppy did not work, there was a complete
>> bunny hiding on the inside... So i will give that option also another
>> On 2016-07-29 16:13, Israel wrote:
>>> There are a couple of ways to do this.
>>> 1.) install on the harddrive by putting it in another machine.
>>> 2.) Boot via ethernet (if possible) and install that way
>>> 3.) use mkusb (or dd if you are more confident that I am at always
>>> remembering if/of) to write an ISO to a harddrive. Install this
>>> harddrive in the CD/DVD slot (if possible)
>>> And of course Nio's suggestion is very good if you can find a floppy
>>> disk :D
>>> The last one I had around perished a few years ago. Maybe a second
>>> hand shop has a box of them hiding somewhere?
>>> On 07/28/2016 03:59 AM, scrooyahoo at riseup.net wrote:
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