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    Bofh28, I have to say Sorry. First for my very...

    Bofh28,

    I have to say Sorry. First for my very late reply. I haven't checked my posting for quite some time. And second for one omission: So far I was using and changing the init file from the...
  2. Discussioni: Man pages in color

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    Version 4.10.2, it says. However, the directory...

    Version 4.10.2, it says. However, the directory /usr/most-version/ -as said in the howto on humanreadable (your link) - does not exist in BT
    whereis most returns a lot of entries, most of them are...
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    Hi Pureh@te, this is exactly the link I used...

    Hi Pureh@te,

    this is exactly the link I used to learn what to do.

    Right now it doesn't work. Maybe because I've changed the wrong script file?

    Will do some more investigations.


    Thx.
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    [WORKAROUND] Man pages in color

    Hi,

    I've found a simple workaround: 'man 'command' | most', probably with the most.rc file 'borrowed' from Zenwalk provides colored man pages.

    I'm trying to add some color to the man pages...
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    Hi, I've managed to encrypt my root partition...

    Hi,

    I've managed to encrypt my root partition on a USB thumb drive using cryptsetup. I've installed BT3 on a (USB) hard disk and installed additionally cryptsetup, mkinitrd and got busybox 1.13.1....
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    never tested 'fixvesa'.

    never tested 'fixvesa'.
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    Amlord1, yes, you can log in as an 'ordinary...

    Amlord1,

    yes, you can log in as an 'ordinary user'. If you create one. You can do so as root. The command is 'useradd'. However, this makes only sence on a 'real' installation, I think.

    No, I...
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    Hi terminal86, thx a lot. It works. Would...

    Hi terminal86,

    thx a lot. It works.

    Would never have appeared to me to change settings in /usr/bin/X11 if the error message says something about /var/log ...


    The MoD
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    [SOLVED] 'startx' doesn't work for others than root

    Hi,

    I've installed BT3USB on an USB thumb drive. While 'startx' works when I'm logged in as root, I get an error message when I'm logged in as an ordinary user.

    "Fatal server error:
    Cannot...
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    Problem solved

    Hi,

    I've found a very easy solution to solve the problem. I can now boot the box from my USB thumb drive using /dev/sdxy, LABEL and / or UUID - whatever I want.

    Here is, how I did it (finally,...
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    looks like I need some more help ...

    Hi,

    first of all thanks for the hints. I've build and installed a static version of busybox. This was the easy part. However, it still does not work. The point is: I'm simply not sure weather I...
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    Booting BT3 using UUID instead of /dev/sdxy

    Hi,

    I've done a real BT3 installation on a USB thumb. As long as there is only one hard disk and the USB drive the normal way using /dev/sdxy both in lilo.conf and fstab works fine.

    If I try...
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