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  1. What If I install in a VBox and then switch to RAM ? perhaps LFA in Ram plus the disk of VBox joined could be run more fast too….what do you thing ? I will try it..thanks

  2. Very bad colours …I can not to see nothing in the menu letters white lettres on yellow backroud and with transparency with light blue … very bad.. I can not to read anything,,,please change.

  3. For people that want to change the desktop …
    Para gente que quiera cambiar el desktop…
    Pude cambiar todo bien en root/.xinitrc
    I could change it the desktop awfall to .. xfce4
    ——————————–
    exec dbus-lunch –exit-with-session startxfce4
    exec startfluxbox
    exec xfce4-session
    ——————–
    And with xfce4 is awesome
    Thanks

  4. I’ve tried to log into Linux for All 141120 live sessions many times now. I have tried many combinations including no name and no password, lfa/no password. lfa/root, root/root, Root/Root, LFA/LFA, lfa/lfa in so many ways I forget. None of
    them would work. Can you tell me what I’m doing wrong please?

    Thanks,
    Diane

    1. Just follow this instruction.

      Passwords and login
      The password for root (superuser) is root. When you start up LFA from the live dvd/USB stick you will end up at Slim‘s login screen. Log in to Fluxbox as the ordinary user lfa with no password or as root with password root. When logged in as lfa you can use Sudo to become root. Command: sudo su. NOTE: On certain computers you may end up in console mode logged in as lfa. Then just run the command startx and you will enter Fluxbox.

  5. When I boot LFA from usb and use the first option
    My Asus C7 boots ok but the touchpad does not work. A usb mouse works ok. I found help at “https://www.reddit.com/r/chrubuntu/comments/34d6qs/help_acer_c710_touchpad_support_with_ubuntu_1504/” commands to ftx Ubuntu 15.10 to use my Touchpad.

    LFA does not connect to (or sense ) any wireless networks,

    1. Your touchpad: If it works in Ubuntu 15.10 it should also work in LFA.

      Wireless: Are you sure you have configured Wicd correctly? Correct interfaces? I.e. wlan0, wlan1 or wlan2? Checked it with the command iwconfig?

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