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liquidlemur-4.1.0-a1_x64.iso via USB
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Sorry for using the .iso as a title but I downloaded and installed this. As Ed points out in the README, a normal "dd if= of=" does NOT work to use a USB instead of burning a DVD.
BUT unetbootin works fine: "https://unetbootin.github.io/linux_download.html"

I'm going to install this to my hard drive over my old Lemur 3. partition. But in case any of you use keepassxc rather than the included keepassx DON'T try to install it via Synaptic. 
Use apt-get or apt out of "Right click" at the VERY TOP of your screen, Applications, System, Root Terminal.  Why? I needed my password for the forum to write this. 

Looks promising. I'll be back after the HD installation.
A Liquid Lemur fan since the Palemoon days & when Ed was selling hardware as well.  Also a DreamLinux user (then on to Saline). Began with Libranet.
Now it's Sparky JWM (Debian Testing) & Siduction (Debian Sid) while I see how Lemur pans out.

i5 8GB RAM 3 HD 30 distros including Solus
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(09-12-2019, 03:21 PM)LarryDC Wrote: Sorry for using the .iso as a title but I downloaded and installed this. As Ed points out in the README, a normal "dd if= of=" does NOT work to use a USB instead of burning a DVD.
BUT unetbootin works fine: "https://unetbootin.github.io/linux_download.html"

Thanks for letting us know that unetbootin works!


Quote:I'm going to install this to my hard drive over my old Lemur 3. partition. But in case any of you use keepassxc rather than the included keepassx DON'T try to install it via Synaptic. 

Use apt-get or apt out of "Right click" at the VERY TOP of your screen, Applications, System, Root Terminal.  Why? I needed my password for the forum to write this. 


I'm not sure I understand what you're saying here. Are you asking why you needed your forum password to post?  Huh
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