[PC-BSD Testing] Next 64bit Snapshot
jmdennis at dslextreme.com
Thu Mar 31 08:47:52 PDT 2011
I just wanted to say that things have come a long way since I started
using PC-BSD 9. The only other thing and I know this is a rights
issue probably is that when I start firefox it is like the first time
I have started it as it never keeps the preferences. I just installed
it using the appcafe which I really like. I will probably uninstall
it and just use the freebsd version.
On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 8:21 AM, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org> wrote:
> On 03/31/2011 10:51, jmdennis @dslextreme.com wrote:
>> Just one more note and then done with this. I was using win32 disk
>> imager or some thing like this. It was very slow and then I ended up
>> getting the error. I used the one from OpenSuse and forget what that
>> one was called but it made the install very fast. I had problems with
>> the first install as it got the uzip error but know it is usually a
>> timing thing. I decided to drop down to the emergency console and
>> install that way. I had to install using vesa that way and then
>> locked up my PC when I tried the ati when it was on vesa. I decided
>> to install again but went through the install process. When it was
>> done and rebooted it came up with wanting to use vesa again so I let
>> it and typing this from with in pc-bsd.
> Looking into the USBFULL image problems you are having here.
>> When I use lxde it shows that my battery is low even though I am not
>> using this on a laptop.
>> I am using xfce now and the only problem is
>> the toolbar at the bottom I did not install the browser first in lxde
>> so now in xfce it is not mapped any where. I guess I will have to
>> find the executable and what it is called for firefox so I can use
>> this. Over all I like what I see.
> So you installed firefox via the appcafe in LXDE, then switched to XFCE? If
> you bring back up the appcafe, and right-click firefox, you can tell it to
> install desktop / menu icons again for your WM.
>> On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 9:35 PM, jmdennis @dslextreme.com
>> <jmdennis at dslextreme.com> wrote:
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