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  • in reply to: How To Remove Date Desklet and Quotes #6298

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    The Clock and Quotes on desktop are controlled by “Variety wallpaper Changer”. not by cinnamon.  You need to open variety and comb through the settings, you will see there are options to enable or disable the clock and the quotes system.

  • in reply to: Right side xfce4-panel #6146

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    via terminal it should be “xfce4-panel-settings” , give it a try and let me know.

  • in reply to: Right side xfce4-panel #6144

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    right click on the panel and select panel and preferences…

  • in reply to: Snaps or flatpaks? #6106

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    Both are supported, you can install snapd or flatpak via the package manager. both are available 😀

  • in reply to: Cannot install Core #6102

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    you are trying to boot 2 operating systems from one grub. the best thing for you to do is to boot into mint ( since this was your primary os before installing makulu ). run “grub customizer” ( if you dont have it, install it and run it ). let it detect all operating systems installed and their partitions. it should show both mint and makulu in the menu. then save and exit grub. then reboot your pc and both should now be listed and both should boot.

    if you have any problems after this let us know.

  • in reply to: Makulu 10 Theme #6014

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    I am not sure i understand what you mean ? you want to upgrade from Makulu 10 to the current build ?  that is not possible.

  • in reply to: LinDoz 2018.09.25 worked in Live, but won't Install #5953

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    The New updated ISO is now available for download : http://www.makululinux.com/wp/downloads/download-makulu-lindoz/

    This should fix your install issues.

  • in reply to: LinDoz 2018.09.25 worked in Live, but won't Install #5948

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    I am actually busy updating the LinDoz ISO. this bug has recently been traced and fixed. a new LinDoz ISO will be up today which should solve your problem. Give us a few hours, i will reply here when its live.

  • in reply to: Speed disk #5059

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    Speed disk just takes a Chunk of your Ram and converts it to a usable Hard drive. this drive is significantly faster and can be used as a cache drive for some apps that have caching features. or it can be used for rendering video files faster or use the ram drive for webserver caching etc etc ….

     

    Example of how to use a RamDisk for a webserver.

    Okay, here is an example of how to use 3 ramdisks for a webserver. Let us say you are 99% confident that your default installation of Apache for RedHat 6.0 won’t use more than 9 megs for its cgi-scripts, html, and icons. Here is how to install one.
    First, issue this command to move the real copy of the document root directory of your webserver to a different place. Also, make the directories to mount the ramdisks .

    mv /home/httpd/ /home/httpd_real
    mkdir /home/httpd
    mkdir /home/httpd/cgi-bin
    mkdir /home/httpd/html
    mkdir /home/httpd/icons
    

    Then, add these commands to the start procedure in your /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd.init (or where ever the httpd gets started on your system):

    	### Make the ramdisk partitions
    /sbin/mkfs -t ext2 /dev/ram0
    /sbin/mkfs -t ext2 /dev/ram1
    /sbin/mkfs -t ext2 /dev/ram2
    
    	### Mount the ramdisks to their appropriate places
    
    mount /dev/ram0 /home/httpd/cgi-bin
    mount /dev/ram1 /home/httpd/icons
    mount /dev/ram2 /home/httpd/html
    
    	### Copying real directory to ramdisks (the
      ### data on the ramdisks is lost after a reboot)
    tar -C /home/httpd_real -c . | tar -C /home/httpd -x
      
      ### After this you can start the web-server.
  • in reply to: Makulu Consructor password #2451

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    well, its still in development stages so we are not selling passwords yet. For now you can use the temporary password ( all small letters ) :

    password : test

  • in reply to: MakuluLinux—-Shift—-Test build 0.0.91 #3346

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    thats an icon glitch with the iconset… i will look into it when i have time. Altho its not priority at the moment, i have a lot of other things on my plate, but ive added it onto my todo list 😀

  • in reply to: Makulu-Linux —Shift —Test build 0.0.70 #2681

    raymerjacque
    Keymaster

    ok, so now i know how to fix your wifi problems in other builds… 😀

     

    what do you think of shift so far ?  Beautiful yes ? 😀

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