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Wifi and Bluetooth support
This new version of RaspAnd has support for Wifi and Bluetooth (on Raspberry Pi 3). RaspAnd runs very well on the new Raspberry Pi3 computer. The system runs also on the “old” Raspberry...
In retrospect, I wonder why so many seasoned users have (over the years) recommended me to go for "easy" distros, that have been "scientifically" designed for all users. I wish somebody had told me to go for the "hard" ones. That would have saved me a lot of pain.
My problem with the "easy" distros has been that everything would be fine at the beginning and all I needed to know was point-and-click sequences in order to start working. Maybe some basic...
Posted 06-18-2016 at 03:29 PM bythe dsc (linux-related notes)
I don't (re)install that often, so I completely forgot there were some types video-acceleration options that could be set in a tiny xorg.conf to speed things up a little. Fortunately it's a paralell install to one I'm sort of abandoning, so I still have it:
Posted 06-18-2016 at 02:47 PM bythe dsc (linux-related notes)
I was trying to install flashplayer on chromium by symlinking with chrome's flashplayer, then I found out that you actually need to point out as flags something like "flashplayerpath=path" and also a version flag for some reason. Somewhere it was suggested that you could add it to a /etc/chromium-browser/default file that exists, and by deafult does nothing, but has a "CHROMIUMFLAGS" variable "set as empty".
A DHCP Server assigns IP addresses to client computers. This is very often used in enterprise networks to reduce configuration efforts. All IP addresses of all computers are stored in a database that resides on a