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MicroLinux x86_64

Postby Micro » Sat Mar 16, 2013 10:22 pm

MicroLinux is an x86_64 Debian Sid Based Rolling Release Distro (Constructed from 50 mb iso) featuring the latest Liquorix Kernel and Ultimate Edition Theme and Cursors. Background, grub, and lightdm image Marko Sučić - lightning on black.

A few Featured Software included:

Release 7.0 (wheezy)
Kernel Linux 3.7.0-10.dmz.2-liquorix-amd64
Mate Desktop Environment 1.4.2
Enlightenment Desktop Environment E17
XBMC 4:12.0
Repo's include Debian Multimedia, Opera, Liquorix, Experimental (not enabled by default)
Ultimate Edition Theme 3.6
Ultimate Cursors 0.0.4
Ultimate Player 1.0.1
Steam for Linux
Opera 12.14.1738
Iceweasel 10.0.12
K3b 2.0.2-6
Calibre 0.9.18
Cinelerra 2.2CV
Virtualbox 4.2.10
Pithos 0.3.17-1
owncloud 4.0.8
rapid photo downloader 0.4.6-1
Zero Install 2.0.1

View Readme.txt in home folder for post install ownCloud configuration and how to have permanent change of cursors
Live Installer is located under SYstem Tools (Installer requires the following):

30 GB or Larger Hard Drive
will not install to gpt table (use msdos)
mandatory swap file creation (64 bit OS reccomendation 1024)
Root password must be different then user password
password must be simple for installation only (bug) (after install open root terminal by typing su then enter and then change root and user password with following command- sudo passwd root and then sudo passwd username you installed with)
Live username and password are broken (after autologin from live cd if you wanted to view the E17 desktop by loging off then into E17, you can't (Please install to use E17 Desktop)
WIll work on those annoyances in the near future

Update and Keep current:

only two commands needed 1. apt-get update -f and apt-get dist-upgrade (use su to get root terminal instead of sudo -s like on Ubuntu) Install once and you never have to install again. :)

NVIDIA Installation:

1. Download NVIDIA Driver.run and place in opt
2. reboot into recovery kernel option and enter root password
3. cd /opt
4. sh NVIDIAwhaterdownload.run
5. If asked to remove current driver then fail (just reboot and try again)
6. If asked to install 32 bit libs (do so)
7. reboot

How to get it:

1. web browser- ftp://ftp.teklinux.com/ then Save files and done
2. Use ftp client with resume support (port21) to ensure download safety (ex. FileZilla)
username anonymous and there is no password
I look forward to sharing this with you all and hope to hear some feedback...

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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby BBOSAK2143 » Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:06 am

Now if I had not run into Ultimate and become a real pack rat with utilities, I would be using MicroLinux full time! Why??? Easy interface, ease of use! Those are the key points that make a great operating system. Most people are not computer junkies as I have become. Take for instance, my own brother. He will get on the net look up some things and use some programs be done within a few hours. Myself, I am stuck on the computer day in, day out due to schooling and personal interests. So for me, I need the stuffed with programs system. Drawbacks for that is intense, so I really do not recommend part time users to use as system as mine. MicroLinux is the right amount of programs to get most jobs done!!! Brilliant touch with XBMC desktop for those that want the nice Home Theater thru their computer. With the right video card, you can turn your living room via your computer into an awesome collection of movies! Absolutely love this idea about MicroLinux. Have to also say, this was the first OS I have ever used, that I did not have the immediate urge to change the desktop! Why? It looks to good as it is!!!! Enlightenment gives more color to things. All the icons on the bottom of the screen with the easiest access to programs! I am very impressed on this OS as can see with its ease of use, those that want to get things done quickly and get off the computer can very easily do that with this system!!!!! I mean, you will not be sitting there with your head spinning, wondering what to do!!! Is all laid out easy! Hardest part of the whole system is installation. Those that are used to the easy Ubuntu install, the close your eyes and hit install have to open your eyes for this one! Is not impossible, you just have to pay attention. As long as you have knowledge of Linux partitions, you will have no problem installing. Virtualbox comes pre-installed which is also one great asset! The skills Micro possesses in his great knowledge of Linux is portrayed perfectly with his OS!!! Awesome! Is also the first OS besides Windoze(needed for school) that I have kept in Vbox for over a week!!! Love it!!!
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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby pam » Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:27 am

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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby OnoSendai » Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:36 am

I've dlled this, burnt to disk, and rebooted with this targeted. I get the intro image, (very nice!), then when I hit "Live", it shows a lot of code, white letters on black and ends with "user config" something, something and waiting. What do I do next, please?
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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby Micro » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:27 am

It takes a minute after you see user config to start up. Just give it time and it will boot to Live Desktop. Live env should be pretty snappy...
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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby OnoSendai » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:30 am

Micro wrote:It take a minute after you see user config to start up. Just give it time and it will boot to Live Desktop

D'OH! Thank you kindly.
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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby JOHNNYG » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:59 am

I will DL after 12:00 AM due usage limits on my internet, (They only give me 10 GiGs for the month, But between 12:00 - 5:00 AM all is free !!! ) Looking forward to checking it out ! :D Looks Super ! <BREW>
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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby OnoSendai » Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:51 am

Hm, I only had 18gb to allow for it and I installed Grub to MBR, now it boots straight to Windows again. Any hope of my repairing this?
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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby Micro » Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:41 pm

Thanks JOHNNYG I appreciate it and look forward to your take on it all... Welcome to the forum Strelok- btw. I've had issues installing to anything under a 30 gb slice as a virtual guest, reason why I made the statement in my post. Mbr is usually a safe choice for a basic install on a single hard drive without a specified /boot partition. Check this out to repair your dual boot grub config , http://superuser.com/questions/515065/not-loading-grub-after-installing-mint-and-ubuntu
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Re: MicroLinux x86_64

Postby OnoSendai » Mon Mar 18, 2013 10:20 pm

Micro wrote:Thanks JOHNNYG I appreciate it and look forward to your take on it all... Welcome to the forum Strelok- btw. I've had issues installing to anything under a 30 gb slice as a virtual guest, reason why I made the statement in my post. Mbr is usually a safe choice for a basic install on a single hard drive without a specified /boot partition. Check this out to repair your dual boot grub config , http://superuser.com/questions/515065/not-loading-grub-after-installing-mint-and-ubuntu

I tried OmniBoot, but it couldn't even find a Grub signature for it. That's okay, I'm sticking with Win 7. I've had zero trouble with it, just wanted something new to play with. I distro-hopped for three years now but none of them do everything that Windows 7 does. Guess I'm about through with Linux.
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