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    @szzsqing1 It's interesting to see the result...

    @szzsqing1

    It's interesting to see the result of Test Case 1 in which the swap device is still created even though the noswap parameter has been given. If the script, ...
  2. Thread: Google Chrome

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    That comment solely refers to the ratio between...

    That comment solely refers to the ratio between the storage space of Chrome and that of Windows OS.
  3. Thread: Google Chrome

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    I am quite aware that the Chrome 48 is outdated...

    This Chrome (series 48 ) is not current; also i386 is for 32-bit systems.

    The Chromium which comes with Mint17.3 usVersion 50.0.2661.102 Built on Ubuntu 14.04, running on LinuxMint 17.3 (64-bit)...
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    @itman007 If it isn't great important to use the...

    @itman007
    If it isn't great important to use the latest stable version of Google Chrome (51.0.2704.106 as of 23/June/2016), using old stable 32-bit version of Chrome (48.0.2564.116) may be an...
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    @rspiteri If the version of KNOPPIX isn't of...

    @rspiteri

    If the version of KNOPPIX isn't of great importance, it may be worth starting off with Jeffery's package list and then pulling in Virtualbox related packages at later stage. His list can...
  6. Thread: Read only

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    Hi, If the aim is to run knoppix (including...

    Hi,

    If the aim is to run knoppix (including personal tweaks) in read-only mode, it's worth trying to wrap up the content of persistent image/partition into a compressed filesystem by using the...
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    @Werner P. Schulz Many thanks for...

    @Werner P. Schulz
    Many thanks for double-checking the .md5 and .md5.asc files of KNOPPIX V7.2.0 DVD hosted on the website of mirror.denit.net.

    @utu
    Thanks for the pointers. However, verifying...
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    @fergus Old versions of KNOPPIX (in DVD flavour)...

    @fergus
    Old versions of KNOPPIX (in DVD flavour) can be downloaded from http://mirror.denit.net/knoppix/knoppix-dvd/
    The website was found by searching some sort of weird keywords (knoppix...
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    @chris_Xnest I haven't had any experience with...

    @chris_Xnest

    I haven't had any experience with rebuilding virtualbox 4.1.44 but 4.2.16 on KNOPPIX 7.4.2. When building those .deb packages, there were two tweaks (VirtualBox Ticket #13185 and...
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    Hi, there: If (big if) I am on the same...

    Hi, there:

    If (big if) I am on the same wavelength and my memory still serves me ok-ish, you may find some info in the Cheat Codes section of KNOPPIX's wiki.

    ATB,
  11. Thread: Knoppix 7.6.1

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    @ruymbeke Many thanks for the newsflash. Cannot...

    @ruymbeke Many thanks for the newsflash. Cannot wait for the release of CD (or CD-ish) flavour...
  12. Hi, there: By any chance, had the option of...

    Hi, there:

    By any chance, had the option of setting up an overlay partition been chosen while installing KNOPPIX using the flash-knoppix script? If it isn't the case, the script can install the...
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    LOL...


    If the game is able to run on WinNT-based OS and a bit better CPU utilisation preferred, it may be worth to try out the virtualisation route (VBox or alike). The biggest challenge I can...
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    Hi: Assuming the bootloader of SYSLINUX is...

    Hi:

    Assuming the bootloader of SYSLINUX is used to boot up KNOPPIX, the xmodule=nv cheatcode can be appended to its configuration file, syslinux.cfg. On a typical set-up of KNOPPIX, the file can...
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    For the emerging information in relation to...

    For the emerging information in relation to overlay partition, my off-the-shelf thought is: "Hmm... Well... I haven't tried out using the latest release by myself but imagine the answer to your...
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    Hi, folks: If the process of interest is...

    Hi, folks:

    If the process of interest is analogous to that of poor man's installation rather than that of apt-get upgrade, I haven't tried out using the latest release myself but imagine the files...
  17. Hi, knp: Thanks for the feedback regarding the...

    Hi, knp:

    Thanks for the feedback regarding the approach described in the post #5. I'm neither a computer guru nor being always on the same channel as others... Additionally, from my viewpoint, the...
  18. Hi, knp: I have just tried out to boot the ISO...

    Hi, knp:

    I have just tried out to boot the ISO image of KNOPPIX V7.6.0 DVD using the method as mentioned in the post #5, and the outcome is sweeeet... Also, booting previous releases of KNOPPIX...
  19. Hi, knp: If the subject of interest is to...

    Hi, knp:

    If the subject of interest is to create a bootonly.xxx file which can be written to a flash drive in a clone fashion and then use the resulting flash drive to boot the ISO file of KNOPPIX...
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    @klaus2008 What a good catch regarding the ratio...

    @klaus2008
    What a good catch regarding the ratio of 4GB to 8GB mentioned in sorcerer's post! But, with KNOPPIX 7.4.2, a ram with physical size of 4096MB can only be recognised as 3246MB when running...
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    @philo Thanks for the update regarding the...

    @philo

    Thanks for the update regarding the upgrade of gedit to v3.18. For me as a casual computer user, the post #7 is already a fix as I don't do either GNOME, gedit or nautilus. In effect, the...
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    Thanks for the info, Werner. It's really handy to...

    Thanks for the info, Werner. It's really handy to have a working memtest86+ accompanying the latest KNOPPIX, especially when there is a computer crisis and turning it off-and-on doesn't help at all....
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    @philo Thanks for sharing the fix! Cannot wait to...

    @philo Thanks for sharing the fix! Cannot wait to try out the new release of KNOPPIX....
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    That will be awesome if KNOPPIX can be ported to...

    That will be awesome if KNOPPIX can be ported to ARM architecture. One Linux flavour for all!
  25. Q: What changes have been made to SYSLINUX (4:6.03+dfsg11+knoppix0)?

    Hello, folks:

    As the long-awaited KNOPPIX 7.6 has just been released in mid-November, I'm thinking of getting my hands on the latest release and see if it's still possible to downgrade the MESA...
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