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Oroshi last won the day on October 30 2018

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About Oroshi

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    Currently using Arch Linux

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  1. Oroshi

    Arch Linux

    Running Arch Linux XFCE 4 whisker menu Powerline Theme Archway Neofetch information What do you think of screenshot? I know it pretty plain and simple lol
  2. Can't decide which Distro you want to use? Don't worry! You can try out various Distro on https://distrotest.net/ it's free! This will help you to finding the right Linux Distro for your needs. ENJOY!
  3. Hi and welcome to Linux-Noob. Usually install windows 10 first then Linux. The Grub (bootloader) will add Windows 10 in bootloader list. Newer computer using UEFI instead of BIOS. This will explain you how to do it: https://itsfoss.com/install-ubuntu-1404-dual-boot-mode-windows-8-81-uefi/ Hope this helps and good luck
  4. Oroshi

    Fedora 29

    Just a few tweak. Dark mode of course :) Running: Terminal and Visual Code. I use python code on here for my daughter's home work lol. I added Dock at the bottom and it looks nicer :)
  5. Oroshi

    Upgrade to Fedora 29

    I have not has any problem, it was pretty straight forward. I have Raspbian (Debian base) on Respberry Pi and there isn't any problem tho. When I first start Linux for the first time. first Distro I used is Redhat 7 (code name: Guinness - release 2000). That how I stick with RedHat family. I also do like Gentoo but too long to build lol.
  6. I did tried to play Doom on it, the screen kept flicker. Wayland is just early, it runs fast tho.
  7. Oroshi

    Fedora 29

    I have been with GNOME for the past, it seem functional fine, but not much of theme, tweak like GNOME 2. I used KDE but hate it! lol. I use raspbain on Raspberry Pi, it using PIXLE it quick and lightweight DE.
  8. Oroshi

    Fedora 29

    Here a screenshot of Fedora 29. Nothing too fancy tho lol. I have not tweak much from previous version (28). It's running Gnome 3.30.1 Firefox Quantum 62.0.3 and of course Terminal
  9. Upgrading Fedora 28 Workstation to Fedora 29 Using the command line This method is the recommended and supported way to upgrade from Fedora 28to Fedora 29. Using this plugin will make your upgrade to Fedora 29 simple and easy. 1. Update software and back up your system Before you do anything, you will want to make sure you have the latest software for Fedora 28 before beginning the upgrade process. To update your software, use GNOME Software or enter the following command in a terminal. sudo dnf upgrade --refresh Additionally, make sure you back up your system before proceeding. 2. Install the DNF plugin sudo dnf install dnf-plugin-system-upgrade 3. Start the update with DNF Now that your system is up-to-date, backed up, and you have the DNF plugin installed, you can begin the upgrade by using the following command in a terminal: sudo dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=29 This command will begin downloading all of the upgrades for your machine locally to prepare for the upgrade. If you have issues when upgrading because of packages without updates, broken dependencies, or retired packages, add the ‐‐allowerasing flag when typing the above command. This will allow DNF to remove packages that may be blocking your system upgrade. 4. Reboot and upgrade Once the previous command finishes downloading all of the upgrades, your system will be ready for rebooting. To boot your system into the upgrade process, type the following command in a terminal: sudo dnf system-upgrade reboot Your system will restart after this. Many releases ago, the fedup tool would create a new option on the kernel selection / boot screen. With the dnf-plugin-system-upgrade package, your system reboots into the current kernel installed for Fedora 29; this is normal. Shortly after the kernel selection screen, your system begins the upgrade process. Now might be a good time for a coffee break! Once it finishes, your system will restart and you’ll be able to log in to your newly upgraded Fedora 29 system.
  10. Oroshi

    Fedora 29

    Today official Fedora 29 has been released. http://getfedora.org I will include how to upgrade in the next post.
  11. I cannot reply post on Site News, no idea why. 

    It's really up to you to start over, If we start over, all information would be more up to date, but some solutions from the past may come in handy?

  12. Oroshi

    Fedora 29

    Hello Folks, Fedora is about to release Fedora 29 on 30th October 2018, but not yet confirm! I will let you know once it official
  13. In text message: Female: Hey! What's your address? Male: Female: No, your local address. Male: Female: Oh you geeky nerd!! I mean your physical address Male: 29:01:3B:62:31:C8
  14. You can install RetroPie on Raspberry Pi or on Debian/Ubuntu on a PC What RetroPie? RetroPie allows you to turn your Raspberry Pi, ODroid C1/C2, or PC into a retro-gaming machine. It builds upon Raspbian, EmulationStation, RetroArch and many other projects to enable you to play your favourite Arcade, home-console, and classic PC games with the minimum set-up. For power users it also provides a large variety of configuration tools to customise the system as you want. RetroPie sits on top of a full OS, you can install it on an existing Raspbian, or start with the RetroPie image and add additional software later. It's up to you. Raspberry Pi: https://retropie.org.uk/download/ Debian/Ubuntu https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Debian/ Enjoy
  15. Can't decided which Distro to choose. Don't worry! there is plenty of choices. You can always try out those popular Linux such as, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, SUSE. More list of Distros Step 1 MultiBootUSB is a free and open source cross-platform application which allows you to create a USB drive with multiple Linux distributions. It also supports uninstalling any distribution at any point in time, so you can reclaim space on your drive for another one. Step 2 The recommended filesystem is FAT32, so make sure to format your USB drive before creating a multi-boot USB stick.Step 3 Download the ISO images of Linux distributions you want to install. Step 4 Once you have everything, start MultiBootUSB. The home screen asks you to select the USB disk and the image file for the Linux distribution which you want to put on your USB. MultiBootUSB supports persistence for Ubuntu, Fedora and Debian distros, which means that changes made to the live version of the Linux distributions are saved to the USB disk. You can select the persistence size by dragging the slider under MultiBootUSB tab. Persistence gives you an option to save changes to the USB drive in runtime. Step 5 Click on Install distro option and proceed with the installation. It will take some time to complete before showing a successful installation message. You can now see the distribution in the installed section. For another OS, repeat the process. This is what it looks like when I installed a copy of Ubuntu and Fedora. Step 6 Next time I boot through the USB, I get the option of choosing either of the distributions. You can add as many distros as you want and your USB storage allows. For removing a distro, select it from the list and click on Uninstall Distro. Final WordsMultiBootUSB really looks handy for installing multiple Linux distribution on a USB stick. With just a few clicks.
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