Den 2018-03-13 kl. 18:08, skrev Israel:
You can zsync/download the latest ISO.
I have it named as ToriOS-Testing.iso
Here are the links!
All in one download and check:
ISO and manual md5sum
Paul noticed some issues with the user configuration dialogs in his
testing, and those are fixed, but *NOT* in this ISO... they will be in
the next build.
I also noticed I need to update JWM for this version... there may be
some minor issues from this (jwm -p will complain about the 'Mouse' tag
until I do update it)
AFAIK autologin works... at least it has the past 4-5 times for me on my
VMs, so this is fixed.
Memory is now displayed properly in the text-mode-menu.
Things work pretty well now, and PAE installation should NOT show up,
since Stretch does not have a non-PAE kernel.... neither does bionic for
that matter.... which we may need to address at some point.
The 'firstrun' dialog should now actually work. If it doesn't:
sudo apt update && sudo apt -y full-upgrade && firstrun
And see if it works... I may not have gotten the update in (not sure
I've rebuilt and tested and tweaked so much in the past few days I
cannot say for sure if the update is in)
So... test and see how close we are!
I downloaded the current iso file and tested it.
1. zsync failed for me (I tried twice). I have a user at phillw.net, and
I could identify the file and get it (and the md5sum) via sftp.
2. I logged into the live graphical desktop environment. It looked good,
but I did not really test it this time.
3. I rebooted and selected the OBI in text mode. It worked and I could
install ToriOS (at the basic OBI level) :-)
4. I tried to reboot into the installed system. But the computer shut
down instead. Is this by intention?
5. I booted into the installed system and it works. I did only some
I hope to get better time for more tests later.
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