Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by thenktor » 24. Dec 2009, 11:55

franzy wrote: one question: i'm buyng an AMD64 CPU, what type (in the middle range) it's better for new salix 64 (and also for slack of course..)?
They all work fine. It's only a matter of price and cpu speed ;)
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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by joeham » 25. Dec 2009, 04:52

Is there instructions for updating 13.0 to 13.0.2 posted somewhere? A suggested method?

Trying to keep my Salix install unbroken.

Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2010.

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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by Akuna » 25. Dec 2009, 07:48

In this case, the changes are not so drastic that you could break anything.
as root:
slapt-get -u
& then:
slapt-get --upgrade
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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by gapan » 25. Dec 2009, 23:40

New 13.0.2a iso images have been released that fix the bug with the autoinstaller and hard drives bigger than 15GB that is mentioned in the first post. You can find those in the download page (link) and they should replace the 13.0.2 iso images. If you have already downloaded one of the 13.0.2 images and you don't want to do another download, just keep in mind to not use the autoinstall feature with hard drives bigger than 15GB and select the install option in the installer, which will let you specify any paritioning scheme using cfdisk.
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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by thenktor » 26. Dec 2009, 05:48

gapan wrote:just keep in mind to not use the autoinstall feature with hard drives bigger than 15GB
Why do we even have this Ubuntu crap? :mrgreen: :geek: :P :evil: 8-)
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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by Akuna » 26. Dec 2009, 06:46

First, I wouldn't associate Ubuntu (or any other Linux distro for that matter) with crap.

Second, not everyone is a 'geek' like you... :mrgreen: :geek: :P :evil: 8-)
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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by thenktor » 26. Dec 2009, 15:15

I should not post to the forum after coming home from the disco :mrgreen: 8-)
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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by stuckinoregon » 26. Dec 2009, 15:20

thenktor wrote:I should not post to the forum after coming home from the disco :mrgreen: 8-)
LOL! Where would the fun be in that??? :D We need more smileys for the forum. Maybe something with beer. :mrgreen:
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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by SoleSoul » 26. Dec 2009, 22:06

I found this list of distributions: http://www.linux.com/directory/Distributions
I don't know if you want to add Salix there or what you want to write so I didn't do it myself.

I hope it will help spread the word.

Congratulations again and good luck!

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Re: Salix 13.0.2 is ready!

Post by shad91 » 26. Dec 2009, 22:23

I should not post to the forum after coming home from the disco
@thenktor

just watch out for the Rave club's

no beer from green bottles

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