Hi, I have successfully installed Adelie on my Lenovo laptop, but there is no active wireless interface. The rfkill command did list a Lenovo wlan unblocked interface, however dhcpcd wlan0 fail to detect it. Also, I have noticed that the whole /usr/lib/firmware folder was missing, so I tried to download and extract the linux-firmware package to that location. Unfortunately, this didn't fix the problem, it looks like the system is not able to load any firmware. My laptop ships with an Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160 Controller, an Intel i5-4258U processor and a dual gfx card Radeon R5 M230/Intel Iris Graphics 5100. Thanks in advance.
I have tried to help someone on a forum of another distro how to install Adelie but he keeps having problems. He tried to subscribe here but for three days he is getting an automated response that his messages are awaiting moderation.
Could a moderator for the list take a look at held messages? Thanks.
I have an iBook G3 and G4 that I'd both like to dualboot with. But there
aren't any docs online that tell you how dualboot, or even how to
install/configure the bootloader. Can someone walk me though the process?
Is yaboot still used these days? To my knowledge, I cannot ask OS9 to
resize its own partition. How can I do this with the Live CD? And is
there a good explanation of the small partitions that always come with
every Mac OS installation? These "driver partitions" or something. Why
do we need a separate /boot partition? I've seen plenty of Ubuntu
installations that had /boot filled up with old kernel versions and
since the owners didn't know anything about computers, they didn't
remove the old kernel versions and apt-get would always fail.
Hi, I would like to install Adelie alongside Windows using the experimental Horizon iso (the very latest one is working so youncan forget my previous email😁). Because I am on a x86–64 UEFI machine, I should be sure to install the bootloader properly for a dual boot. When I installed another Linux distro I had to follow these steps: mkdir /mnt/efi and mount this directory on my Windows boot partition typing mount /dev/sda2 /mnt/efi. Then I had to install grub and generate the conf file. Should I do something like that working on terminal and then launch Horizon? Thanks
I have tried to dd your experimental Horizon iso and to boot it on my Lenovo laptop, but I only see an endless black screen, without even getting to a grub menu. My machine uses UEFI by default, so I have set the boot to Legacy and disabled secure boot. My laptop has an Intel i5 motherboard with a dual graphics card Intel/Radeon 8500. Is there anything else I could do? I have run other live distros from the same USB sticks and they all boot without issues. Thanks for your assistance.
I want to install Adelie on my Desktop, intel pentiumD bios
After the live CD boots and we log into zsh shell, what next?
After login as root, how to run the installer?
Tried to explore the live CD by logging in as live. Just drops into zsh.
Documentation is non-existent for live CD
It says refer /usr/share/doc/handbook
There is no handbook in /usr/share/doc