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Post  Admin on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:01 pm

Internal testing went well with the exception of 2 users: one had issues with nvidia and other with not being able to boot beyond splash screen. I am still looking into those two issues, but in the mean time did not want to delay this release any longer. Try it and enjoy.

Password is amd

To fix user bug its quite easy

On desktop is kuser, double click that just change the name and password (NOTHING ELSE) and you will still have all the customizations along with your new name and password on reboot.

Enjoy!


http://www.raccomputers.com/phoenixosBH100610.iso
http://www.raccomputers.com/phoenixosBH100610.iso.md5


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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC2

Post  S3Indiana on Thu Oct 14, 2010 2:34 pm

Second times a charm Smile Downloaded and MD5 verified, now to find a DVD burner (none in this Dell 9300 dinosaur Smile...
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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC2

Post  StanTheMan on Fri Oct 15, 2010 2:14 pm

Install fails.
I get the boot option screen. Tried all four optiopns.
It appears to load the kernel, then says ready.
Then I get a Logo screen while some files are being loaded.
Then an error " system information disabled due to load higher than 1 " , and then the oem promt in CLI . Startx dows not work.


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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC2

Post  Bob3 on Fri Oct 15, 2010 4:11 pm

Admin wrote:Internal testing went well with the exception of 2 users: one had issues with nvidia and other with not being able to boot beyond splash screen. I am still looking into those two issues, but in the mean time did not want to delay this release any longer. Try it and enjoy.

Password is amd

To fix user bug its quite easy

On desktop is kuser, double click that just change the name and password (NOTHING ELSE) and you will still have all the customizations along with your new name and password on reboot.

Enjoy!


http://www.raccomputers.com/phoenixosBH100610.iso
http://www.raccomputers.com/phoenixosBH100610.iso.md5


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DANG!!! How'd ya manage to slip this one past me ???; guess I've been too busy getting all the loose ends tied up before the "fall migration" back to CA. Rolling Eyes

I'll get it downloaded I try it out quick on a couple machines here as soon as the updates on a "mini install" get done downloading. What a Face
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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC2

Post  Admin on Fri Oct 15, 2010 4:51 pm

Bob3 wrote:
Admin wrote:Internal testing went well with the exception of 2 users: one had issues with nvidia and other with not being able to boot beyond splash screen. I am still looking into those two issues, but in the mean time did not want to delay this release any longer. Try it and enjoy.

Password is amd

To fix user bug its quite easy

On desktop is kuser, double click that just change the name and password (NOTHING ELSE) and you will still have all the customizations along with your new name and password on reboot.

Enjoy!


http://www.raccomputers.com/phoenixosBH100610.iso
http://www.raccomputers.com/phoenixosBH100610.iso.md5


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DANG!!! How'd ya manage to slip this one past me ???; guess I've been too busy getting all the loose ends tied up before the "fall migration" back to CA. Rolling Eyes

I'll get it downloaded I try it out quick on a couple machines here as soon as the updates on a "mini install" get done downloading. What a Face

I actually emailed you the link on October 6th for internal testing Razz

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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC2

Post  Bob3 on Fri Oct 15, 2010 5:39 pm

Admin wrote:I actually emailed you the link on October 6th for internal testing Razz

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