I don’t care about uni, I care about not wasting 1.5 years.
Not to mention the money
So with the 2320, Dell doesn’t give you the option to do a legacy boot. So I’m stuck. Lol. Interestingly tho, th model above this one, the 2330, does have an option to do that.
I’m really starting to hate this computer. . I’m going to come back to this project with another PC in a few months.
Seems like we both need to get “new” thinkpads.
Just don’t tell MFZuul
To make him extra mad, we should get the 7 row thinkpads
AYYYYYY! I’m in!
What the fooking fuck. When the screen that displays, after installing, that shows “F1”
, you’re supposed to push the enter key.
Do you need to get the drivers from a port or something? Or is that just for applications?
That is a good question. Just thru some quick googling, it looks like the drivers are there and I just have to manually add some stuff to a few files and I should be alright.
Currently trying to get Xorg dowbmladed thru pkg via Ethernet. So I can install a GUI and do it that way. But it appears that I have to update the repository before I can download stuff.
That error was the result of pkg not being able to connect to the server as a result of the computer not being able to connect to the internet . As i assumed dhcp was running, but it wasn’t running by default out of the box.
I had to run
dhclient << Ethernet name >>
to get dhcp going. Xorg is now being downloaded.
Downloaded htop, and the system is using 1.7 gigs of ram. Like BRO!
Currently downloading a network manager to get WiFi going.
Got openbox running.
laughs in OpenBSD
tfw woofer delivered
i am overjoyed!
Just rebooted, and now the system is sooo fucking slow.
X used to open almost instantly. And now it’s taking its sweet ass time opening
joys of oss
I got some error messages saying that it couldn’t find an xauth file or whatever. So I deleted Xorg. And now I’m trying to reinstall it, but the pkg manager ain’t budging.
Duh. I still didn’t set for dhcp to happen automatically