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Quote from: DeepDayze on February 27, 2016, 05:19:15 AM
Hello I am DeepDayze and I am a Linux fanatic who's been out checking various distros on all kinds of hardware that I own. I've been using Siduction, AntiX, Semplice and now taking a good look at VSIDO as I am a Debian Sid user :)

Thanks for letting me join!

Welcome to the group
General Support / Re: New Laptop...
May 18, 2016, 03:45:17 AM
I tend to stay away from the latest and greatest .. I like to grab a year old laptop since i will be running Linux on it anyway.

i tried using 2d and 3d acceleration . The video ram was set to 1MB  .. I will try again from my Fedora box and virtualBox. It may be a windows 10 issue with vsido
As I think  more about the issue. The installer was not spinning ,it was just stuck.  EFI is at the host level . I will check the video ram and 3d acceleration.
Memory : 2GB
Storage : 20GB
Network : Nat
Vbox 5.10 R10

I was able to get Fedora 64bit going with the same settings .  :-[
Hey guys,

I attempted to switch my 32bit version to 64bit and the installer fails to load.  I am using the latest release 2/20/16 .  This was a test install under virtual box. I can still continue to run the 32bit version of Vsido with no problem in VB.  Additional i can run other 62bit Linux versions. There may be a possible issues with the installer.   The live session loads fine , but after entering my login details the installer just stall out
Artwork & Screenshots / Re: Februar 2016 Screenshot Tema
February 04, 2016, 06:11:26 AM
looks good guys, i have not posted a shot in a few month . maybe this weekend
Quote from: VastOne on January 27, 2016, 02:31:27 AM
^ Feck That Shites....

Not nearly enough to get me to chase that rabbit

I am with you on this .
I've Got a Life / Re: RIP Ian Murdock
January 06, 2016, 05:33:02 AM
really sad .. I am just hearing about this thanks to the Vsido Community.  Debian is the longest running distro for me and my org.

I continue to have a issue understanding why a browser requires so much disk and memory.   

Chromium will be the next best thing smh :(
Maybe i am the last person running the 32bit version of Linux on a system. lol.. But I thought i would share that Google Chrome is dropping support for Linux32 in March

System requirements

Note: Linux 32 and Ubuntu Precise will no longer be supported starting in March, 2016.

To use Google Chrome, your computer needs:

Ubuntu 12.04+, Debian 7+, OpenSuSE 13.1+, or Fedora Linux 21
An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later
350MB of free disk space
512MB of RAM
I've Got a Life / Re: America and the love for guns
October 02, 2015, 08:54:17 AM
while crime is everywhere. These mass shootings are mostly occurring in the suburban areas. Places where they raise their kids up with guns and take them hunting at 9 years old.
Artwork & Screenshots / Re: Setembro 2015 Screenshots
September 11, 2015, 08:44:37 AM
Screens look good guys .. I have not posted a screen in awhile. I will need to bless this topic before the month is out  :)
This is not a issue with VSIDO but a issue with the latest sid release.  I wanted to share it with the community just in case you come across it.

After logging into our test system . We encountered the below error
debian/tmp/usr/share/cmake-3.0/completions/cmake: No such file or directory
debian/tmp/usr/share/cmake-3.0/completions/cpack: No such file or directory
debian/tmp/usr/share/cmake-3.0/completions/ctest: No such file or directory

cat /etc/bash_completion.d/cmake

A quick search in Debian bug system. We found BUG #785267

They state the issue has been resolved in version  3.2.2-2 .  I have yet to find it .
VSIDO Discussions / Re: VSIDO vs Siduction
May 14, 2015, 06:57:10 AM
VSIDO is the longest running distro I have tried .  The guys backing it are great and supportive. That is what is really comes down to. I dont mind the one man Dev team . As Vastone stated , you can tweak the system as you see fit.