Sparky APTus on Debian and Ubuntu

If you’d like to install Sparky APTus on Debian, Ubuntu or their spins, simply do: 1. Open a text console and add Sparky repository: sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sparky.list 2. Add the text to the file: deb main 3. Get Sparky public key: wget -O – | sudo apt-key add – 4. Refresh package list: … Read moreSparky APTus on Debian and Ubuntu

How To SparkyLinux CLI 3.4 and above

SparkyLinux CLI started from version 3.4 features only: – core system of Debian testing – network manager wicd-cli – file manager, text editor and ftp client Midnight Commander – web browser eLinks – the old installer (sparkylinux-installer) – set of wifi cards drivers – unzip, unrar, p7zip-full, ntfs-3g, nano, ufw How to make internet connection? … Read moreHow To SparkyLinux CLI 3.4 and above

How to: Set monitor resolution

Monitors resolution used to be set properly during a live system testing and/or the hard drive installation. In some cases, some monitors settings have to be fixed manually. This short tutorial lets you set it right. 1. As the first step, check what exact resolution of your monitor is offered by the monitor producer. 2. … Read moreHow to: Set monitor resolution

Sparky repository

The configuration is deprecated, go to Sparky Wiki pages. Log in to root account, then: 1. Create a new file: nano /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sparky.list 2. Copy and past Sparky repo to the file. ## sparky deb testing main 3. Refresh packages list: apt-get update 4. Install the Sparky public key: apt-get install sparky-keyring or wget -O … Read moreSparky repository

How to SparkyLinux CLI

For Sparky CLI 3.4 and above go to the newer guide. This quick quide will let you know about SparkyLinux CLI up to version 3.2. All the applications presented above have been preinstalled in SparkyLinux up to version 3.2. I. What does the CLI mean? Command Line Interface is an interface which works with no … Read moreHow to SparkyLinux CLI