I'll take your word for it.
What is UNetbootin? What do you need it for?
sudo ls -l /dev/disk/by-id/*usb*
sudo dd if=filename.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=4M; sync
1. KDE + VLC is no happy marriage. I mean, VLC works as usual for everything, but so does KDE. Namely, I have the desktop lock automatically timed and the lock works even when VLC is playing full screen, which is when it shouldn't work. I have spent hours going patiently through settings both in VLC and KDE and tweaked and tried some to no effect The only solution is to use some other media player that is more KDE native.
3. Another media player that was recommended on the interwebz is called Miro. I got suspicious when I saw that its required dependencies bear names like geoip and such. Those are apparently required for its torrent function. I installed it anyway to give it a fair chance.
If you use it to create bootable USB sticks, isn't it enough to do it as per instructions here?
If you're talking about apt-get, you can always use --no-install-recommends. Not that the rest of what you wrote inspires any confidence in this "Miro" thing.
Quote from: ersi on 2014-01-23, 14:15:10If you use it to create bootable USB sticks, isn't it enough to do it as per instructions here?If you want to erase the existing data, sure. If you want only one OS on your USB drive, sure. Also, can you properly use it as a USB stick afterwards on all operating systems or would that need yet another format?
I find it odd that Canon would make the driver available on the Asian site, but not the American.
1.4 gigs of ram
Ram usage is a bigger issue for me, since I have 3 gigs of it here.
My main job decided to go over from Windows to Linux in a few months. I will be sharing how they succeed
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