Sun Feb 19 17:29:29 2017 UTCtnut
Re: Language changes partially while editing i18n.sh
Sun Feb 19 17:25:49 2017 UTCtnut
Re: Installation error while selecting language Portuguese Brazil
Sat Feb 18 12:20:50 2017 UTCedimar
Language changes partially while editing i18n.sh
Sat Feb 18 12:03:29 2017 UTCedimar
Installation error while selecting language Portuguese Brazil
Thu Feb 16 14:32:35 2017 UTCtnut
Another nice video about NuTyX development
Sun Feb 12 00:24:36 2017 UTCilnanny
Re: Software - Inkscape
Thu Feb 9 19:01:58 2017 UTCtnut
NuTyX 2.1.94 performances demonstration
Thu Feb 9 10:24:50 2017 UTCtnut
Re: $ ./configure && make && make-install... how to get this to work with NuTyX?
Thu Feb 9 08:15:50 2017 UTCaarn
$ ./configure && make && make-install... how to get this to work with NuTyX?
Thu Feb 9 07:40:18 2017 UTCaarn
Re: installing calibre (book reader) in Nutix8.2+
Thu Feb 9 09:16:30 2017 UTC
Frequently asked questions
How to register to the Mailing Lists
It's done in a few steps:
The archives are available at: https://listengine.tuxfamily.org/nutyx.org/
NuTyX is not a multi-lib
It's take much more time to build up a multilib distribution. Normaly all the libraries needs to be compiled in 64 and 32 bits.
The installer doesn't allow me to specify a separate /home partition
This question has been asked many times. I will try to answer it as far as possible.
Modern users often have a lot of data on their computers. The size of the home folder can quickly become very large. MP3 files, photos and videos are big files.
Imagine that you have a 250 GB hard disk. You say "OK, I'll take 100 G for the system and 150 for my personal data." Great! You just cut your disk into two pieces, and the home partition will fill up more quickly in proportion to its size than if you had retained a single partition. It would be nice if we could reinstall NuTyX when we wanted without having to cut the hard disk into separate partitions to preserve personal data. That's exactly how the NuTyX installer works.
Building packages in a chroot. When and Why ?
The NuTyX ISO install a base system which give the user's choice between two scenarios in using the distribution:
Is it possible to upgrade NuTyX (prior to 8.0) to NuTyX 8.2 without reinstalling everything?
How to activate the root account ?
As default, NuTyX does not activate the root account, but if you wish to compile yours own packages, it's maybe a good activate the roor account. It's very simple, type:
nuand choose root as user
choose a new password
and confirm the new password
and you're done.