Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Dec. 28 2007,05:19
|Quote (dslrgm @ Dec. 27 2007,17:58)|
|Plus a way to clean out extensions from your system.|
It was quite a challenge to figure out what to remove to get k3b off my system.
By design. Reboot. They, MyDSL extensions, were never intended to be used in any other way.
If you choose to install MyDSL extensions onto a traditional hard drive install, then it would be like installing any other tar ball onto a Debian system.
Quoting from our website's download page:
Damn Small Linux myDSL Application Extensions
ALL DSL Extensions are made exclusively for Damn Small Linux.
This requires loading them from within DSL, as user dsl.
They are made for the liveCD and "frugal" type installs.
They do not provide package management, simply reboot.
While not made for hard drive installed systems.
most will work however it is not recommended.