Fedora 15 LXDE is a Fedora 15 Spin, an alternate edition of Fedora, “tailored for various types of users via hand-picked application sets and other customizations.” Presently, seven Spins have been released. These are, in order of popularity about the time I hit the Publish button, the KDE, LXDE, Xfce, Security, Games, Electronic-Lab, and Design-Suite [...]
Trying to install ubuntu and it will not let me click the "install now" button when i select how i want to install ubuntu. it is grayed out for all options, and when i try to setup up the partitions manually it is still grayed out. anyone ran into this or have any idea why it is doing this?
Mine is a Ubuntu 11.10 fresh install, and since the beginning I've noticed that I can't install any software from the Software Center because the install button is always greyed out and unclickable. What could the problem be? Also, sometimes when I'm doing something, a dialog box pops up saying that the login-keyring did not get unlocked when I logged in and tells me to input my password.
I've been using Hardy Heron for a few months on a third-hand Compaq Presario S3200NX with the original monitor with few problems. I was recently given a new-to-me flatscreen (Gateway 900W, mfg June 2006) for use instead and attempted to install it with no luck.
Here's what I've managed to see on the monitor:
Monitor on, computer off: black screen, orange power button
Okay in this occassion I'll try to write a tutorial about setting bluetooth. In this article and the first time, I use english language. Why? Because I wanna speak english fluently. So, I must try and try. And I'm sorry if my english is not perfect =)
My Operating System is Fedora 17 LXDE.
The first, install the program bluetooth manager. I prefer blueman.
I have this 6 yrs+ old Toshiba laptop, which was working fine until a few days ago when its DVD writer died suddenly. I want to install the latest Fedora 18 LXDE 32+ bit on it (I have downloaded the iso already) as I did install and run the Fedora 17 LXDE 32+ bit without much problems using a CD then.