yeah, it just needs to be simple and indicative for the not-experienced ones. Ideal will be people without any experience CAN go from download to install entirely by its own
Well, make sure that the drivers install correctly and check by yourself if GL is working or not (that message maybe is due to a wrong autodetection), check the xorg logs too like: grep EE /varg/log/Xorg.0.log
If you are unable to make it working, you have two options:
- enjoy all the ton of Elive 3.0 features
- downgrade to Elive 2.0 if the drivers works, the system may be a bit lighter / faster too for old computers, but you will lack 8 years of features / customizations / fine-tunes
In any case can be worth to try it, the system is a bit different too
Yeah but stills featuring composite and transparencies (rendering in software mode) , something impossible to do in the past
Just for your own tests and beautiful experience with a different desktop (resources usage) in old computers, try this:
- boot in the live mode
- run the command “apui e16-theme-darkone pulseaudio”
- run “startx /usr/bin/e16 – :1 -dpi 96” (will start a new e16 graphical system)
- middle click to select darkone in the themes, right click for go the config and enable sounds
I have in mind to build a very special and geeky version of Elive featuring e16 with these customizations, could be a nice experience and good option for old computers
Will be happy to see feedbacks of that
Oops sorry, im starting to off-topic this thread
Testimonials are always welcome to make it easy you can write them in the forum (there’s a section for them)
Mmmh… Burn can sounds very strange to non-english speakers that comes to the website, even if is a known word for that… but historically I assume that is referenced to the action where the laser really-burns the disk when recording an ISO (something that doesn’t happens for the USB’s), maybe write can be a better replacement for recording?
In the other comments by @jfbourdeau I see the word “bootable usb”, that’s a good point, also create / make, so…
- Write Elive into an USB ?
- Write your bootable USB with Elive ?
- Create a bootable USB with Elive ?
- Write a bootable USB with Elive ?
I personally preffer “write” than “create” because sounds more like a needed step than an optional one
what a long reply…