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Sure Sindhu we can discuss this privately. Once I have a new release I will contact you right away!

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You can actually from openstudio, but I believe that will take up all of you ram - suse did not think out this very well.

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Hello Vetus,

The installation process doesn't differ from Slackware installation. Yes this version is installable, we had some versions that were live cds, but they were based on OpenSuse. Regarding the version on which the distribution is based - I will check that and get back to you.

Yuriy

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I see, interesting. Well if you need any help let me know. From what you wrote I understand you already have installed it successfully after the CPU change. If you have interest in something newer let me know or if you need. Any help with the old version even.

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This seems pretty good hardware - I really don't get why you would use older version of the distribution. Is there any reason? I would suggest using the new version, actually I'm currently working on a new version based on Opensuse 12.3 so anything compatible with that is OK. I can share a beta with you if you are interested? And as far as I searched from the components you choose most are - so I would suggest checking on that on google. The most important parts are the MB/Chipset as support and the video, but I don't think you will have any issues if you do the research on OpenSuse first.

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What kind of legacy hardware do you have/plan to have?

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Great, good that it works. About the log it is either the logging service or grsecurity blocking it, might be an option in the kernel - but I don't belive that. I will look into it, thanks for noticing and happy using. If you find anything else let me know.

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Ok, thanks. I will now try to recompile a kernel that firs more your configuration and lets hope this time it will work for you and other that have similar configurations.

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OK, I guess I will have to dig a bit. Do this - boot with the normal kernel and then open a terminal and issue lsmod and paste the output here.

EDIT: I made some research now and it seems both of your hardware have intel cards and intel chipsets when you give me the output of lsmod I will know exactly waht modules you will need and I will recompile the kernel.

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Hi,

So I have few questions about your problems:
1. What is your configuration, mainboard+videocard?
2. You said you were able to start with GrSecurity - how exactly, did you put any boot flags or anything?
3. I will now build a version without ATI&Nvidia video drivers and you will test. I will post the link here.
4. How big is your flash drive?

Thank you,
Yuriy

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Well the repository AND the up to date package are included so the problem is elsewhere (maybe the newest driver doesn't support the video-card). Maybe also the legacy package should be included. OK well good luck with school then smile. I will close this topic. See you later.

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This is what is added already in what you have (4.1.12):
fglrx64_xpic_SUSE122     8.982-1     AMD ATI fglrx
nvidia-computeG02     304.43-20.1     nvidia 12.2
nvidia-gfxG01-kmp-default     173.14.35_k3.4.6_2.10-16.1     nvidia 12.2
nvidia-gfxG02-kmp-default     304.43_k3.4.6_2.10-19.1     nvidia 12.2
nvidia-settings     270.41.06-1.27     Packman 12.2
nvidia-texture-tools     2.0.6-18.1.4     openSUSE 12.2 OSS

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Hmm I guesss I removed it, but I don't remember why actualy - maybe because of YaSt >Sound. But this is good it means you have your sound configured and we are finally done smile. Cogratulations! Your sound works - it is flash problem smile