Elive Bug Tracking System http://bugs.elivecd.org/ Elive Bug Tracking SystemElive: Recently opened tasks 2019-01-28T23:55:56Z FS#729: screen lock http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=729 2019-01-28T23:55:56Z cypriot hi there,trying to get screen lock to work but dont look like happening i click on window + L button locked the screen but when i entered my pass to unlock just waited waited and nothing happened stayed on that .. had to had reboot. any ideas ? thnx Thank you hi there,
trying to get screen lock to work but dont look like happening
i click on window + L button locked the screen but when i entered my pass to unlock just waited waited and nothing happened stayed on that .. had to had reboot.

any ideas ? thnx

Thank you

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FS#728: brightness and volume not working http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=728 2019-01-28T17:25:24Z cypriot hi there i have a samsung N150 mini laptop and installed elive on it , when i click on FN button with volume or brightness , seems not working .. what can i do to solve this pls PLEASE be describable and clear. We need to understand the issue and being able to reproduce it. By reporting the problem you also help every user in the world that can be affected too! :) Thank you hi there
i have a samsung N150 mini laptop and installed elive on it , when i click on FN button with volume or brightness , seems not working .. what can i do to solve this pls

PLEASE be describable and clear. We need to understand the issue and being able to reproduce it.

By reporting the problem you also help every user in the world that can be affected too! :)

Thank you

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FS#727: Can't install gsmartcontrol and required libraries http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=727 2019-01-10T22:54:25Z Rafael I just installed Elive 3.0.3 yesterday. I’m using my WIFI connection without problem. I just updated with “apt-get update” and then tried to install “apt-get install gsmartcontrol”, but after key “s” as usual on any Debian based system, in console it shows “Err http://.... gsmartcontrol...i386.deb” ... “301 moved permanently”, so I can’t install the application. Is like it’s not on repositories. Any idea to solve this? I just installed Elive 3.0.3 yesterday. I’m using my WIFI connection without problem. I just updated with “apt-get update” and then tried to install “apt-get install gsmartcontrol”, but after key “s” as usual on any Debian based system, in console it shows “Err http://.... gsmartcontrol...i386.deb” ... “301 moved permanently”, so I can’t install the application. Is like it’s not on repositories.

Any idea to solve this?

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FS#726: Grub http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=726 2018-12-07T16:26:22Z Peter Grešlík Greet you! I have some problem with grub of eLive. It cannot display other systems except for eLive. I have ElementaryOS Juno and Linuxt Mint 19. Thanks,Peter Greet you! I have some problem with grub of eLive. It cannot display other systems except for eLive. I have ElementaryOS Juno and Linuxt Mint 19.

Thanks,
Peter

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FS#725: HotSpot wifi http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=725 2018-10-30T12:48:26Z Roman Vik Unable to setup mode=AP in network config, there is no choose for hotspot in network applet, just ad-hoc and infrastructure.Atheros driver is with master mode enabled, AP possible, but no luck.. Wired LAN with DHCP, wifi no sharing.Asus eee 1005 Unable to setup mode=AP in network config, there is no choose for hotspot in network applet, just ad-hoc and infrastructure.
Atheros driver is with master mode enabled, AP possible, but no luck.. Wired LAN with DHCP, wifi no sharing.
Asus eee 1005

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FS#724: FLASH PLAYER - Youtube with 3D ON = lagging http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=724 2018-10-24T13:08:13Z Roman Vik With 3D OFF youtube even on full screen is OK, with HW compiz/openGL ON, it lags.. Asus eee 1056 - atom N455 With 3D OFF youtube even on full screen is OK, with HW compiz/openGL ON, it lags..

Asus eee 1056 - atom N455

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FS#723: MTP support http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=723 2018-10-24T13:02:56Z Roman Vik How to implement MTP support? I tried to mount my android device with MTP, but was not succesful..Also PTP did nothing. After apt-get mtp, still nothing, thunar did not react.? Thanks How to implement MTP support? I tried to mount my android device with MTP, but was not succesful..
Also PTP did nothing. After apt-get mtp, still nothing, thunar did not react.
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Thanks

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FS#722: Not graphical installtion http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=722 2018-09-10T09:56:11Z Stefano Lugli It’d be great a non graphical installtion like debian’s one, so that older hardware with low memory (under 512mb) will be able to install the os without needing to swap and, possibly, taking less than a hour. It’d be great a non graphical installtion like debian’s one, so that older hardware with low memory (under 512mb) will be able to install the os without needing to swap and, possibly, taking less than a hour.

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FS#721: Old, unsupported graphics http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=721 2018-11-23T02:35:13Z Stefano Lugli I’d liked to test elive’s minimum requirements putting together some of the oldest piecies of hardware i have lying aroud.I begun trying it out with a old motherboard, a sf2/661fx rev 1.1, which features sis integrated graphics/sis 964l (which is pretty common in old pentium 4 based office desktop computers), mounting a ‘01 2.44 GHz pentium 4 (https://ark.intel.com/products/27438/Intel-Pentium-4-Processor-2_40-GHz-512K-Cache-533-MHz-FSB), 512 mb 266mhz ddr ram and a classical ide hdd. It looked like a possible common set up for older computers, and i was surprised finding out that there was no way to boot in graphical mode! None of the options given, either in pae or older kernel, not even the special graphics failing mode!Then i added a vanta 16 (which i noticed in here was a often times used cheap af graphics card in older pentium 4s, as it was the msi nvidia tnt2 riva m64/m64 pro, which gave me the same results as the vanta being based on the same hw/drivers). Despite if i’m not mistaken it was supposed to support 76xx drivers (which should be avaialble in the repos), i needed to switch to the free drivers. It let me choose keyboard language and system language correctly., then when getting to the desktop it gave me a black screen :/ the mouse was visible though, so i think there must be a workaround (i will try to find it as soon as i have time)then moved to geforce 2 mx200/mx400. Supposed to work fine with either legacy drivers 76xx or 96xx, both gave me several graphical errors. nosense screen resolution (like 600×480) and i was unable to use either the dock or the applications menu. Terminal took forever to open and everything was mostly unusable. Tried again with all the boot options, looks like working fine only using the free drivers options (both with the newer and older kernel). No graphics acceleration available, even if in windows 98 graphics acceleration was available. Using the software acceleration caused a heavy load on the poor p4, which meant random freezes whenever it had to open an heavy application/installing something with apt-get (and the bottleneck wasn’t the ram or some sort of swapping, never hit 300 mbs of used ram!). Tried switching to e16, nothing changed.The machine worked perfectly (and same for all the graphics options listed here)under windows 98/xp and debian stretch with i3-wm. Only issue was the sis chipset unable to elaborated 3d graphics for a lack of compatible drivers in linux, but i’ve been running q4os (debian jessie, later stretch, + TDE at the time) without having too much troubles. DE worked perfectly, at least I’d liked to test elive’s minimum requirements putting together some of the oldest piecies of hardware i have lying aroud.
I begun trying it out with a old motherboard, a sf2/661fx rev 1.1, which features sis integrated graphics/sis 964l (which is pretty common in old pentium 4 based office desktop computers), mounting a ‘01 2.44 GHz pentium 4 (https://ark.intel.com/products/27438/Intel-Pentium-4-Processor-2_40-GHz-512K-Cache-533-MHz-FSB), 512 mb 266mhz ddr ram and a classical ide hdd.
It looked like a possible common set up for older computers, and i was surprised finding out that there was no way to boot in graphical mode! None of the options given, either in pae or older kernel, not even the special graphics failing mode!
Then i added a vanta 16 (which i noticed in here was a often times used cheap af graphics card in older pentium 4s, as it was the msi nvidia tnt2 riva m64/m64 pro, which gave me the same results as the vanta being based on the same hw/drivers). Despite if i’m not mistaken it was supposed to support 76xx drivers (which should be avaialble in the repos), i needed to switch to the free drivers. It let me choose keyboard language and system language correctly., then when getting to the desktop it gave me a black screen :/ the mouse was visible though, so i think there must be a workaround (i will try to find it as soon as i have time)
then moved to geforce 2 mx200/mx400. Supposed to work fine with either legacy drivers 76xx or 96xx, both gave me several graphical errors. nosense screen resolution (like 600×480) and i was unable to use either the dock or the applications menu. Terminal took forever to open and everything was mostly unusable. Tried again with all the boot options, looks like working fine only using the free drivers options (both with the newer and older kernel). No graphics acceleration available, even if in windows 98 graphics acceleration was available.
Using the software acceleration caused a heavy load on the poor p4, which meant random freezes whenever it had to open an heavy application/installing something with apt-get (and the bottleneck wasn’t the ram or some sort of swapping, never hit 300 mbs of used ram!). Tried switching to e16, nothing changed.
The machine worked perfectly (and same for all the graphics options listed here)under windows 98/xp and debian stretch with i3-wm. Only issue was the sis chipset unable to elaborated 3d graphics for a lack of compatible drivers in linux, but i’ve been running q4os (debian jessie, later stretch, + TDE at the time) without having too much troubles. DE worked perfectly, at least

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FS#720: Network adapters not recognized http://bugs.elivecd.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=720 2018-08-28T19:55:31Z guy.damico I booted Live Mode on a Lenovo 110s ideapad laptop using a USB created with Etcher. Everything seems to work well with the exception of my wireless network adapter, it’s not recognized: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 Plus Bluetooth. Hope you can make it work. I booted Live Mode on a Lenovo 110s ideapad laptop using a USB created with Etcher. Everything seems to work well with the exception of my wireless network adapter, it’s not recognized: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 Plus Bluetooth.



Hope you can make it work.

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