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Installation / Re: Dual or triple booting Linux distros
« Last post by scifidude79 on Today at 09:11:05 am »
At one point, I had five or six operating systems on one computer, but nowhere quite as many as Zeb. I had Windows (Vista or 7, don't really remember) and a bunch of Linux distros, including Peppermint One. :)

:D :D :D

You need a CD/DVD player to install Hannah Montanna Linux.  Errr what's a CD Player :-\

I know, right? My computer doesn't even have one. The front bezel has 3 120mm fans behind it.  8)
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Installation / Re: Dual or triple booting Linux distros
« Last post by PCNetSpec on Today at 09:04:45 am »
Now now Zeb, we all know you have a baby-pink Core i9 Hanna Montana gaming rig for your trucking .. just because you hide it under the desk when you're on BDLL doesn't fool us at all :))
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Installation / Re: Dual or triple booting Linux distros
« Last post by zebedeeboss on Today at 02:22:14 am »
My ridiculous Multi-boot setup  :D

Spoiler (click here to view / hide)
nvme
/dev/nvme0m1p1   /boot/efi
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      Peppermint 8
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      MX17

SSD
/dev/sda1         /mnt/E   Data
/dev/sda2         /      Manjaro xfce
/dev/sda3         /      Ubuntu Budgie
/dev/sda4         /      Ubuntu Mate
/dev/sda5         /boot/efi
/dev/sda6         /      Calculate xfce
/dev/sda7         /      Kubuntu
/dev/sda8         /      Solus OS Gnome
/dev/sda9         /      Debian xfce
/dev/sda10       /      Fedora 28 xfce

HDD
/dev/sdb1         /mnt/G  Data

SSD
/dev/sdc1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdc2         /      Xubuntu
/dev/sdc3         /      Spare

SSD
/dev/sdd1         /      ms data
/dev/sdd2         /      Win10
/dev/sdd3         /      hidden ms

HDD
/dev/sde1         /mnt/D  Data

SSD
/dev/sdf1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdf2         /      Peppermint 9
[close]

Regards Zeb...

What, no Hannah Montana Linux and/or Justin Bieber Linux.  What kind of Mickey Mouse setup are you running  :D?
  :D :D :D

You need a CD/DVD player to install Hannah Montanna Linux.  Errr what's a CD Player :-\
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Hardware / Re: Raspberry Pi 3 B+ light OS with web browser
« Last post by AndyInMokum on May 25, 2018, 08:12:14 pm »
I ran Ubuntu MATE 15.10 on my Raspberry PI2 and it was pretty light as far as I remember.  It was as slow a molasses on a cold day though.  Ubuntu MATE will probably run reasonably well with the extra grunt of the Pi3

Raspbian used to be the way to go.  They've now decided to package it with everything possible.  A really stupid decision in my opinion.  The Raspberry Pi and Raspbian were meant to teach school kids about computing.  Now they don't have the opportunity to even download and install packages.  As I said, it's a really stupid decision.
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Installation / Re: Dual or triple booting Linux distros
« Last post by PCNetSpec on May 25, 2018, 07:56:38 pm »
My ridiculous Multi-boot setup  :D

Spoiler (click here to view / hide)
nvme
/dev/nvme0m1p1   /boot/efi
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      Peppermint 8
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      MX17

SSD
/dev/sda1         /mnt/E   Data
/dev/sda2         /      Manjaro xfce
/dev/sda3         /      Ubuntu Budgie
/dev/sda4         /      Ubuntu Mate
/dev/sda5         /boot/efi
/dev/sda6         /      Calculate xfce
/dev/sda7         /      Kubuntu
/dev/sda8         /      Solus OS Gnome
/dev/sda9         /      Debian xfce
/dev/sda10       /      Fedora 28 xfce

HDD
/dev/sdb1         /mnt/G  Data

SSD
/dev/sdc1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdc2         /      Xubuntu
/dev/sdc3         /      Spare

SSD
/dev/sdd1         /      ms data
/dev/sdd2         /      Win10
/dev/sdd3         /      hidden ms

HDD
/dev/sde1         /mnt/D  Data

SSD
/dev/sdf1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdf2         /      Peppermint 9
[close]

Regards Zeb...

What, no Hannah Montana Linux and/or Justin Bieber Linux.  What kind of Mickey Mouse setup are you running  :D?

He has those on his master rig :)
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Installation / Re: Dual or triple booting Linux distros
« Last post by AndyInMokum on May 25, 2018, 07:55:21 pm »
My ridiculous Multi-boot setup  :D

Spoiler (click here to view / hide)
nvme
/dev/nvme0m1p1   /boot/efi
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      Peppermint 8
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      MX17

SSD
/dev/sda1         /mnt/E   Data
/dev/sda2         /      Manjaro xfce
/dev/sda3         /      Ubuntu Budgie
/dev/sda4         /      Ubuntu Mate
/dev/sda5         /boot/efi
/dev/sda6         /      Calculate xfce
/dev/sda7         /      Kubuntu
/dev/sda8         /      Solus OS Gnome
/dev/sda9         /      Debian xfce
/dev/sda10       /      Fedora 28 xfce

HDD
/dev/sdb1         /mnt/G  Data

SSD
/dev/sdc1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdc2         /      Xubuntu
/dev/sdc3         /      Spare

SSD
/dev/sdd1         /      ms data
/dev/sdd2         /      Win10
/dev/sdd3         /      hidden ms

HDD
/dev/sde1         /mnt/D  Data

SSD
/dev/sdf1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdf2         /      Peppermint 9
[close]

Regards Zeb...

What, no Hannah Montana Linux and/or Justin Bieber Linux.  What kind of Mickey Mouse setup are you running  :D?
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Installation / Re: Dual or triple booting Linux distros
« Last post by VinDSL on May 25, 2018, 07:13:41 pm »
My ridiculous Multi-boot setup  :D

Spoiler (click here to view / hide)
nvme
/dev/nvme0m1p1   /boot/efi
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      Peppermint 8
/dev/nvme0m1p2   /      MX17

SSD
/dev/sda1         /mnt/E   Data
/dev/sda2         /      Manjaro xfce
/dev/sda3         /      Ubuntu Budgie
/dev/sda4         /      Ubuntu Mate
/dev/sda5         /boot/efi
/dev/sda6         /      Calculate xfce
/dev/sda7         /      Kubuntu
/dev/sda8         /      Solus OS Gnome
/dev/sda9         /      Debian xfce
/dev/sda10       /      Fedora 28 xfce

HDD
/dev/sdb1         /mnt/G  Data

SSD
/dev/sdc1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdc2         /      Xubuntu
/dev/sdc3         /      Spare

SSD
/dev/sdd1         /      ms data
/dev/sdd2         /      Win10
/dev/sdd3         /      hidden ms

HDD
/dev/sde1         /mnt/D  Data

SSD
/dev/sdf1         /boot/efi
/dev/sdf2         /      Peppermint 9
[close]

Regards Zeb...

Looks like "Freedom of Choice' to me ...  8)
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Hardware / Re: Raspberry Pi 3 B+ light OS with web browser
« Last post by PCNetSpec on May 25, 2018, 07:12:03 pm »
Dunno how big it is installed, but maybe try Ubuntu MATE
https://ubuntu-mate.org/download/
it's a 1.3GB download, but I have no idea what that expands to once installed.

or even lighter may be the Lubuntu RasPi version which is only a 707MB image
https://lubuntu.me/downloads/

or a Xubuntu image that isn't much larger at 799MB but I can't find a direct download link .. you can get it (and the others) via torrent from here:
https://ubuntu-pi-flavour-maker.org/download/

I'd steer clear of the Ubuntu flavours at that last link .. they'll be cut down command line only images.
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Installation / Re: Dual or triple booting Linux distros
« Last post by VinDSL on May 25, 2018, 07:06:07 pm »
Bored today, so wiped my extended partition, set up a raft of new logical partitions and swap... managed to create a nice sized /home partition...  and now good to go once again... wheeeee 

   8)

Yup! Nothing like a wash, rinse, and restyle to brighten one's day  :)
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New Users / Re: Can't change screen resolution from 640 x 480 to 1024 x 768
« Last post by PCNetSpec on May 25, 2018, 06:36:43 pm »
Great news :)
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