VINUX-SUPPORT: [ANNOUNCE] Slint64-126.96.36.199 is now ready for testing.
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Feb 17 20:04:06 UTC 2019
You'll need to make the target '/' partition as least 15G for a regular
installation, a little less if you don't install KDE. That's just
for the system itself as installed, without user files or additional
packages (bear in mind that voices are huge).
With just 8G while installing it gets out of virtual disk space, that's
why it suggests that the files are corrupt. I realize that the HELP
entry menu of setup still mentions 6G... Well, this information is very
old and needs an update. Meanwhile I will mention that in the doc.
Just increase the virtual partition size and everything should be OK.
Before someone asks: a partial installation is neither available nor
planned, sorry. The only optional series of package is KDE.
On 17/02/2019 16:56, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
> I usually just install but this time, I decided to make a virtual machine
> using Oracle VirtualBox. My download iso checksum is O.K.
> I use "other Linux 64 bit" and uncheck "Live CD" giving 2GB RAM and 8 GB
> for dynamic virtual hard drive space.
> I start installing and it starts telling me the files being installed are
> So I wanted to tell you!
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2019, 19:11 Didier Spaier <didier at slint.fr> wrote:
>> Where to go:
>> What's new:
>> More information:
>> Among which, for visually impaired users:
>> How-to upgrade:
>> Thanks to all who have helped do it what it is, be it with direct
>> contributions, discussions, questions, suggestions, reported
>> I am late managing the translations, so please dear translators
>> bear with me, and preferably if not yet done register to our
>> new mailing list:
>> as it's easier for me to manage just one list.
>> I will provide the few new messages to translate soon so the
>> translations can be updated before the lease of the "official"
>> Slint64-188.8.131.52 ISO.
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