Can run on both server and desktop machines;
Virtualizes hardware and has the option of exposing each real
machine to the cloud;
Allows a VM to be "locked" to a set of real hardware capabilities and stay there until moved (e.g. a user's "real" desktop);
Allows a VM to link to some types of devices elsewhere (e.g.
manutortosa wrote:this GUI as been discarded and there is no plans to use a GUI anymore for creating a livemedia.Why is that?Is it because of this?manutortosa wrote:All the Chakra-Live scripts are now part of the buildsystem chrootAs you can see I don't know much about this, thats why I think its a good idea to have something like this around!
Personally I'm not a big fan of keeping a home partition. Too many possible incompatibilities between different versions. Make a backup, and start fresh, always the least amount of trouble in the long run. I came to Chakra about a year ago from Mepis wanting to try a newer KDE. There is a learning curve with pacman and QT vs GTK but it's been fairly painless to ke
Anybody know how to keep secureboot turn off, on Asus x202e once you turn securboot off and boot into USB you can use Ubuntu 64 but if you turn off your computer/notebook and later turn it back on again, the secureboot is turn back on by itself.
With or without the USB or even if you boot to USB, you can't unless you turn secureboot off again.
I'm using a M5A97 R2.0 (so very very similar AFAICT looking at the Asus website). It will boot UEFI or MBR and you can switch off SecureBoot in the BIOS. You may need to get the latest BIOS from Asus to get the SecureBoot options. I'm using it in UEFI mode without SecureBoot and it's been fine.
This topic is not exactly Chakra-specific, but both PCs involved run Chakra, I like the community and.. well, I'll give it a try. My configuration looks as follows:My desktop-PC (192.168.1.100) is connected to my TP-Link router via wifi.
I upgraded from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1. I have an Alienware Aurora R4 with the latest BIOS firmware version, A09. Ever since I did the upgrade, I get a watermark on my desktop saying, "SecureBoot isn't configured correctly"...I would like to get rid of this watermark the correct way (not by hacking system DLLs).