So I've only been running Statler virtually and haven't really maintained a serious install since Alpha 1. In this context I thought I'd better have a decent look at Statler and install it on my old R60 thinkpad.During the installation (Installed via CD) I was surprised to see the error asking for missing iwlwifi drivers. I just chose no and proceeded with the install.
Hey, Fellers!I currently have #! dual-booted with Debian on my 'puter....I want to do a fresh install of #! on the Debian partition- which will then become my main OS (as current #! on the other partition has been modified, and I want to start anew, with a "clean" system)When I popped in my #!
I have placed the map firefox in opt/.Now I want to place a symbolic link in /usr/bin.This is the output of my terminal:ecmporter@peek:~$ sudo -i
[sudo] password for ecmporter:
root@peek:~# ln -s /opt/firefox/firefox /usr/bin/firefox
ln: creating symbolic link `/usr/bin/firefox/firefox': File exists
-bash: firefox: command not found
root@peek:~# sudo rm -r /usr/bin/firef
I don't have the greatest network connection so say I install F12 and want to go back and install some stuff I missed first time. It seems that if I use add/remove software that it goes to the repos to download the packages, kind of annoying as I have them on disc.
Is there any way to add software from the install discs after the install?