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I know this reply is very late, and that it doesn't exactly answer the question, but is your issue similar to this? https://bugs.launchpad.net/relinux/+bug/1045757
If so, then try using the...
Okay, that's really odd... could you make 2 ISO's, one before running the commands, and one after running them? Also, before you make the first ISO, save a snapshot, and restore that snapshot (maybe...
Odd, I tried doing this on my testing machine using relinux, and I came to 2 conclusions:
My testing machine is really slow
And, the issue that you're having is not caused by the commands I...
Did he understand a word of what you wrote? XD
You know you're a geek when you reply to an email using AT&T assembly. No, I didn't do that recently. :P
Okay, I think I get the issue now... it's with xfce4-settings-manager being a bit too smart. So instead, first make sure that your normal user has the theme you want, and then run this:
Oh, I think I know part of the issue now. I forgot that running sudo actually discards any environment variable information (including $HOME), so try this (in your host, not in the ISO):
okay, great, I thought so :D
That's very interesting... and I presume that when you re-run that command, your settings are saved, right?
Just wondering, what would happen if you ran this in the...
/etc/share/themes? Are you sure it's not /usr/share/themes? If it really is in /etc/share/themes, move it to /usr/share/themes (and update XFCE about it).
Also, run this in a terminal:
yes, that's correct. About your second point, you have to make sure that the theme is not under any of these folders, because relinux will exclude them:
The issue you're having is because ubuntu makes the temporary guest account (the account that you use when you boot the CD) based off of a folder named /etc/skel. In fact, whenever ubuntu needs to...
Could you first maximize the terminal window, then run alsamixer, pressing F3?
And could you take another shot apart from that, pressing F6 on alsamixer?
Run a Terminal (Dash->Terminal) window, and maximize it. Then run this command:
Then could you give us a screenshot?
You followed procedure Ae right?
I've got the same problem, but unfortunately, my card is too new for the open source ones :(
No, I think that it's just because he forgot to update it. He told me a week ago that he would continue developing it as much as possible, so I really doubt that he's stopping it.
Anyhow, just take...
@Basher101, I think he'll implement this feature later. He doesn't have a timeline, so I'm not sure when. This will be included in relinux 0.4 though.
@EngineersGarage, It should work. I've used...
Relinux 0.5 will support Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Madriva, CentOS, Slackware-based, and Gentoo Linux.
Of course, it isn't only limited to that, but if we need support for other systems, we will add...
Thanks a lot for doing that!
@Rey Templario, Why don't you use Ubuntu 11.10? The random audio can be fixed easily.
Ubuntu doesn't recognize your soundcard! Try putting in another one (as it may be broken).
Could you give me the output of these commands?
sudo aplay -l
Try this: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iTlJ8BfqXUjaHO__TEdlkvuqB1WLOkGaudngc5SFLMI/edit#bookmark=id.2rzn5uz8d2h4
Same problem here.