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Issues with LXpup 13.01
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PostPosted: Fri 31 Jan 2014, 11:59    Post_subject:  Issues with LXpup 13.01
Sub_title: devx.sfs & Internet (GPRS) connection


I am using LXpup13.01 now. I have two problems that I would like to be advised on --

1. If I use LXpup or Slacko, I have to click on the GPRSconnect, a window appears with connections details. Then I have to minimize that to continue internet access. Frisbee is the default in these two versions & I can not use this Frisbee to connect GPRS.

But in Precise, I can easily click on the default net-connection wizard, a similar window with net-connections details appears. I can close that but the net connection remains active.

My question is how I can do the same with LXpup/Slacko? shall I have to use another package? In such case, how can I change the default?

2. my second question is if I can use the devx.sfs file of Slacko5.6 on LXpup13.01? When I install this sfs file in a full installation, the system stops automatic shut down. Any clue? (I would like not to go for any other new downloading of appox. 200MB).

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