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Thread: apt-get update screwes up BT4

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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post

    Oktet you should also have a look at the awesome window manager .
    It may not be as easy to setup but it is really light weight and totally customizable.
    And you can add it to both ubuntu and bt4.
    Have you seen the moblin os from intel?? That gui is pretty slick! Too bad it won't run on my eee. It does run on the newer atom based eee's though. It will also run on the new Dell E4300, though without wifi...

    Their site is http://moblin.org though it's going really slow, probably hosting it on a mid...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Have you seen the moblin os from intel?? That gui is pretty slick! Too bad it won't run on my eee. It does run on the newer atom based eee's though. It will also run on the new Dell E4300, though without wifi...

    Their site is http://moblin.org though it's going really slow, probably hosting it on a mid...
    I am going to let that site rest a bit and come back to it later.
    Really slow right now. Thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I think it's called kcontrol or something close to that. Use the synaptic package manager to look for it. The installed one will have the green box. Just select it and hit uninstall, then apply the changes. When that's done, go back and recheck it, and apply to install it.
    Thanks Barry.

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