seems it could work with some path redefinition. But "xorgwizard" does
not exist in alphaos (is it compatible?).
pentajazz wrote:In any case this script shows the way this compile should work without
so much trouble, even if some steps will need minor manual adjustments
pentajazz wrote:please take a look, and if it is easy to port it, then I can test. But
pentajazz wrote:if xorgwizard cannot be ported maybe we will need manual xorg config
editing and nouveau blacklisting (?)
xorg is coplicated and xorgwizard seems ancient, i do not know if this will work either. I will probably switch to a puppy x64 to try.
Scooby wrote:Sounds like a plan
pentajazz wrote:I have managed to solve this driver and kernel issue using an other, still experimental, but promising distribution. I have no intension to advertise it or anything, I am just making a quick last note, to inform users or visitors about a different, alternative distribution approach. There are many similarities with alphaOS.
pentajazz wrote:It is based on Porteus and Manjaro, the init system is openRC.
A short description and links:
https://forum.manjaro.org/t/porteus-nem ... ution/3659
pentajazz wrote:AlphaOS has been a great tool
Thanks and good luck to all
Scooby wrote:Was it already solved or you had to put in some time to get it to work?
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