hello from Belgium

Re: hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 27 Oct 2013, 06:54

Have installed the 64-bit version of point on my desktop now also, everything when fine .
Just one issue, in this machine i have a ssd and a hdd, the ssd is set to / but i would like to make the hdd to be set to /home, can anyone explain how to do this?
Now i must every-time mounted my /home to see it.
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 29 Oct 2013, 16:21

wow, i am really impressed with this distro that Pry had made, it is really fantastic hope it will stay for a very long time.
I have used severall distro's but this one find everything without any problem such as my networkprinter, i'm sure that i'm gonna be a very long time user of this one ;) .
Keep up the good work Pry, thumbs up for point-linux
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 04 Nov 2013, 06:56

http://hacklog.in/a-first-impression-on-point-linux/ just find this on the net, something positive I wanted to share with you
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby Maroman » 29 Nov 2014, 10:16

Pry wrote:
dek wrote:Deadbeef also available in deb-multimedia ;)

I had suspicions about that... ;)

is still deadbeef there? I was not able to install 6.2 (dependency problems) and old 5.6 is not present. do you have any suggestion from where and how to install? at the moment I'm using (first time ever) qoud libet music player. not bad, sound quality quite good but I'd rather prefare deadbeef :x .

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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby dek » 29 Nov 2014, 14:48

deadbeef 6.2 installed from http://notesalexp.org/ and work fine
P.S. deadbeef require http://www.deb-multimedia.org/ repository to be connected.
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