brokenman wrote:Double click on it. If it is already activated, the activate script will switch to deactivate.
Perhaps a right click menu item should be added to deactivate, just to make things easier.
I mean GUI as in: LXDE without any KDE stuff.
At least in the V08 there was no links made for usability of the modules with the default file brower of LXDE
I again run Slax 6.1.2 so I cannot give you the actual heads up on 1.0 beta with all KDE stuff removed....
Yes, I really should set up virtual machines for all SLAX and Porteus'ses I run at times so that I can at least run Porteus 1.0 beta (64 bit) at least on all native OS...
When I am not root... how can I activate or deactivate anyway?
From console i think activate script asks for root password.[/quote]
I cannot remember what it did with 1.0 beta, but the V08 one just gave an error message "you need to be root" (see above also for my issues not running the most current Porteus at times)
I'm afraid if you are booted into a 32bit environment, you won't be able to work with 64bit binary.
Sadly, yes. I needed to fire up a 64 Bit Porteus on another machine to initialize the USB pendrive...
fanthom wrote:the only solution is to compile static lilo and syslinux. unfortunately lilo itself is 700KB big while compiled statically.... didn't check syslinux/extlinux yet.
32bits are also affected as you wont be able to run 32bit lilo in pure 64bit environment (no multilib).
If such lilo and syslinux is only needed for initialising the USB stick and not put on it like that it would be okay, since when running the stick the non-staically linked smaller version would again run since then it's a 64 bit system...
But I presume it would not work like that. Or would it?