Made by a Biker.
This is going to be a screenshot tutorial on how I am installing
AntiX 11 on my Asus EEEPC 900 4gig/16gig dual SSD drive netbook.
I will try to make this as coherant as possible. No responsibilty
If you do not backup your system before tryig this. The Author,Members,Developer,
and This site
is not responsible if this does not work for you.
Ok: Now that the Disclaimer is out of the way.
I downloaded Antix 11 from Linux Tracker Torrent.http://linuxtracker.org/index.php?page= ... 449849c4c6
a 2 gig Kingston Data Traveler formatted as Fat32. I went to
Unetbootin Site and made a live USB with Unetbootin.http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/
First I pick from live boot menu. Icewm no Icons option.
After getting to Desktop. I open Rox terminal. Sux to root terminal. Password
root. Type in
to see what connections
are available for me so I can use Wicd in antix control center (crossed wrenches
on taskbar) which is under Network tab in Control Center.
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Now to Plug in another 2 gig Kingston Data Traveler formatted as Fat32.
I need to backup some stuff I have saved in my Installed
Antix 8.5 that is in /home on my secondary 16gig SSD drive which
is /dev/sdb1. Slitaz Mountbox in Control Center (mount connected
devices) under drives tab is perfect for this. I just make the proper entries
for mounting sdb1 and hit the mount button. /mnt already has
a directory named sdb1. So no need to make it.
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Next I need to mount /dev/sde1 in /media. I make a file/directory
first in /media and name it sde1. Typing in rox as root terminal
takes care of doing that. Right click inside /media. Add New>Directory. sde1.
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After backing up Data. Unmount sdb1 and sde1 with Slitaz MountBox