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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by dzon65 View Post
    If you get to know it a bit, pup is just great. Working on precise lately. It'll probably become my main os.
    I'm looking for a very/easy simple way to install Macpup529 to a spare hard drive on my laptop but I can't seem to find a simple/clear guide on how to do it. I need to do a FULL install.

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by mips View Post
    I'm looking for a very/easy simple way to install Macpup529 to a spare hard drive on my laptop but I can't seem to find a simple/clear guide on how to do it. I need to do a FULL install.

    Any ideas?
    I just did a quick search, and this tutorial looks accurate:


    I run Macpup Opera 2.0 (http://macpup.org/opera2.php) on my doorstop computer:
    • Ancient e-Machine tower circa 1999
    • 192MB RAM (not a typo)
    • Celeron 667MHz (actually 666MHz - it's a marketing thing)
    • 5GB HD
    • Onboard Intel graphics, et cetera

    I must have installed 20 distros on this doorstop.

    Macpup Opera 2.0 was the only distro that would boot from the HDD.

    Works great, and it's relatively pretty, all things considered...
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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Couldn't stand the Lime Green any more.

    Word for today: "Change"

    Brought to you by: "The color, Red"...


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    Crucial ® Ballistix Tracer PC4000 1GB || Mountain Mods U2-UFO Opti-1203
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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by VinDSL View Post
    Couldn't stand the Lime Green any more.

    Word for today: "Change"

    Brought to you by: "The color, Red"...

    Maybe the word should be stunning
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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by mips View Post
    I'm looking for a very/easy simple way to install Macpup529 to a spare hard drive on my laptop but I can't seem to find a simple/clear guide on how to do it. I need to do a FULL install.

    Any ideas?
    You should be able to install any pup.? Run the iso live. First.open gparted, create your partition. THEN go to the universall installer. Once the system is installed, go to the grubmanager and.install into mbr.Plenty of stuff on youtube

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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by stanca View Post
    What icons are those?

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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by DobsonM View Post
    Today's shot, clean and simple.
    nicely done. finally something that's not stabbing me in the eyeballs with garish color combos

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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    Arch xfce which is pretty much stock. Installed arch twice today for practice when my new ssd comes in soon. Starting to wonder why i bought the ssd to begin with now. the thing flies
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    Whoever came up with the phrase "There is no such thing as a stupid question" obviously never had the internet.

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    Re: Ornery October Screenshots

    My current Kubuntu
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