To keep from forum burnout being asked the same questions over and over and over again. We are a very small team of testers and developers so any help you can give yourself. It will be appreciated greatly by all using AntiX.
Here is how this biker who used to be computer clueless. Let alone Linux or AntiX clueless.
This is a text file I keep in /home/username and name it search.
Copy and paste this into google when you wish to search. Put in your problem 1st. Then paste in googles search box
More than 99% of the time. We have already posted a solution to your problems.
Another good one liner is
and one more for your text file should be Edit: Server change since I made this sticky.
This method I use makes me look smarter than I really am. I have fooled the team here for ages
using this method of troubleshooting searching. <removed link 7/Nov/2016 because site died>
So added on the above date to compensate for my removed link : https://search.debian.org/
and https://cse.google.com/cse/home?cx=0176 ... _owgx6xyi0
For good measure:
Just another privacy non tracking search engine I use. Since Duck Duck Go has already been covered in a post below.https://www.ixquick.com/
Lastly. If you have a problem. Plus. You used my method to solve it. Do us a favor. Start a thread describing exactly your problem. "Don't Work or Help" do not qualify as a good thread title. Give some info on the details of your problem.
Then post the link you found using my suggestion here to fix your problem. Then take a little time to decribe
what steps you took to fix it.
This little thing will benefit all of us. The AntiX team and the AntiX users, (like you).
Imagine how smart you will look when you post your problem with a title marked (Solved).
Then post the solution in your thread.
Brownie points and Gold Stars will be in our hearts for you. The more that do this.
The better and easier AntiX will be.
Happy Trails from your Neanderthal, Knuckle dragging, dog loving, cat loving, tattooed, Linux/AntiX using, Scooter Tramp.