On 08/08/17 19:12, Ralph Corderoy wrote:
That kept me from being bored. I downloaded the KDE version, and every
time I booted it, my screen displayed a message " out of range " which
implies that it cannot adjust the resolution to that of this ancient
Toshiba 13". I think that it is 'working' because every time I hit a
key the CD runs up. I booted into SolyDK and that worked OK, as does
Because I have been a bit restricted in what I can do lately, I dug
out my play computer and tried a few Linux OS's on it.
Ah, well, if you're bored then you might be interested in trying
https://manjaro.org/ I haven't, but it's an Arch Linux derivative
with... a GUI installer! The download page looks to have KDE flavour.
I have a cheep IDE-to-SATA converter on the hard disk drive and it is
giving me grief too as I keep swapping drives.
Graeme, I used to be a great fan of Mandrake about 12-15 years ago, but
didn't like Mandriva. I'll have to give the latest incarnation another try.
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