Thank you.I'm not so sure, with a swift boot up like that, it could easily become the only one I use, LMDE takes the longest, and I thought I would only use it, but now....
Swift Linux 0.0.3 is now available at http://www.swiftlinux.org . Swift Linux is based on the full version of antiX Linux for the 686 processor. Swift Linux is a very lightweight AND user-friendly distro that uses the large Debian repository. Other distros can compete with Swift Linux on one or even two of these criteria, but NONE can compete with Swift Linux on all three.
I am half noob and new to UEFI, I successfully install dualboot LMDE with win8 on a Thinkpad, I created 2 partitions one for root and one for swap to install LMDE, but I messed up the last step and installed the boot loader in the primary drive "sda" instead of the "sdb" which the system preselected for me, now I can boot only into LMDE no win8.
Forgive my noobidity, as I started using linux only a week ago and this is the first time I installed it on an actual HDD. So I have a HDD with Win7 on it and while installing LMDE I unplugged it so my WIn7 install is completely unaffected. And now in order to boot into Win7 I have to unplug the linux HDD. Is there anyway of getting around this?
I am trying to add a custom Swift to my production OpenStack installation. I have a devstack with swift in it. As an exercise, I am trying to remove the Swift service from my devstack. Using keystone service-delete and keystone endpoint-delete I removed the service and associated endpoints for swift. However, the Horizon dashboard still shows swift as an available service.