SparkyLinux has gotten a new functionality – full installation on USB stick. It means that you can do “normal” system installation, similar to the hard drive installation. Key features: – don’t need to cut your hard drive any more – it’s possible to save your personal files, perform system upgrades, install new apps – everything … Read more
We are pleased to announce that a short tutorial about SparkyLinux “GameOver” showed up at one of the most popular British Linux magazines – Linux Format March 2013.
24th of February 2013 SparkyLinux joined to the OIN. The Open Invention Network (OIN) was founded on November 10, 2005 by IBM, Novell, Philips, Red Hat, NEC and Sony. The company acquires patents and licenses them royalty free to entities which, in turn, agree not to assert their own patents against Linux and Linux-related … Read more
SparkyLinux 2.1 RC “Eris” MATE Edition is out. The system is built as all 2.x releases on Debian testing “Wheezy”. Changes between 2.1 MATE beta1 and RC: – SparkyLinux 2.0, 2.0.1 and 2.1 MATE beta 1 (Live) contain an error that prevents wireless network configuration, partition mounting and switching between Live desktops (e17/LXDE and Ultra … Read more
Copping iso image onto USB Pen/Flash Drive, it seems that the file can’t be copied correctly. I’ve been used UNetbootin, SparkyLinux USB Creator/Remastersys USB Tool many times and not every time the system has been booted well. 1. The network-manager applet does not let to manage wireless networks. Wireled networks start working automatically. 2. Mounting … Read more