AMD Pro Driver install on LinDoz 2018

This is how to setup Makulu LinDoz to use AMD GPU PRO driver needed for the Newer AMD GPU’s to operate correctly ! Preparation Download the amdgpu-pro tar archive containing the installation script (eg. to ~/Downloads). This is the Modified for debian version compatible with all Makulu 14 OS’s https://mega.nz/#!qZMFhIpY!tXwp3NWs-MfJADcEpJ9Ydz6HIbWKf1gOoIs_9VyRFtE open the folder where you…

Display acting funny, tearing, cursor erratic, etc

If your display acts strangely, for example the cursor suddenly gets multiplied, or the panel starts blinking, this may have something to do with your Graphic card. If your PC uses and Intel Graphic card, open a terminal and enter the following: sudo touch /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/11-Intel-GPU.conf then sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/11-Intel-GPU.conf Now copy paste the following into…

Error 70 HwClock during setup

This was a recent bug discovered on the calamares installer which will be fixed in follow up builds. If however you want to try and do it yourself. here is how :   Shift : Boot up in Live mode but dont run the installer yet, first, open the directory /etc/calamares/ as root, open the…

Installation Guide for BIOS PCs

Introduction Although MakuluLinux is very easy to install there can be situations where things can get tricky, or where some thoughts should be given to some configuration options before starting with the installation. This guide should help with that. Things to think about are, will you be installing the OS as the only OS, is…

Installation Guide for UEFI PCs

Introduction Although MakuluLinux is very easy to install there can be situations where things can get tricky, or where some thoughts should be given to some configuration options before starting with the installation. This guide should help with that. Things to think about are, will you be installing the OS as the only OS, is…

Nvidia Optimus Switchable/Bumblebee Driver Debian.

NVIDIA Optimus, the infamous switchable graphics adaptation for laptops/notebooks by NVIDIA, still doesn’t fit well with Linux. That’s why most Linux users having a laptop with optimus GPU faces problems like hot GPU(around 65° C), decreased battery life, roaring cooler fan etc. etc.So if you are one of those lucky person with a  optimus laptop…