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Upgrade Warnings / Warning: util-linux/2.40-6 has serious error
« Last post by Pip on Yesterday at 18:25:44 »
In case you're updating, make sure you're not updating this just yet (though putting it on hold caused even more worry with fdisk and others to be removed). It's being looked into now. I suggest waiting a while.
Software - Support / Re: iptables - portforward
« Last post by hsp on Yesterday at 16:16:20 »
Thanks.  Problem solved.

I  installed samba.  Sheesh!  I was trying to solve the problem by seeing it as far more complicated.  I thought samba was already installed so I didn't even think of that.  Always check to see if the machine is plugged in before you do anything else, right?

Sorry for the bother.  Samba in, network up, flame on!
How did you connect to it in the past? There shouldn't be anything unique to Siduction that would prevent a connection other than maybe install the software required but I doubt that. There are several protocols that can be used such as sshfs, smb, fuse etc but if your already familiar with one it would be best to start there. I don't know what the NAS uses or has available.
Hi there,

I've never done a forum before.  I'd like to know how to connect to a network attached drive I have.

I've been running siduction for about a year.  I tried it out a few times before getting it running more seriously.  I am really pleased with the distribution.  Thank you to all who have made it so good.

I'm trying to connect to a WD myBook type of NAS but don't understand how to get it to connect.  I use several other distros (MX, Manjaro, RPi, Mint, etc.) and have done for many years, but I still consider myself a newbie.

When I use my other systems I am able to map to my little network drive very easily.

I'm not sure who in the Forum to ask, but....

How do I make this connection?  Did I fail to set something up when I did my initial installation?  Perhaps you give me some guidance so I can get access from my siduction box.

I run siduction on the following ancient HP DM1.

  Kernel: 6.8.3-1-siduction-amd64 arch: x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc
  Desktop: Xfce v: 4.18.1 tk: Gtk v: 3.24.41... Distro: siduction
    22.1.2 Masters_of_War - xfce - (202303151607) base: Debian GNU/Linux
Type: Laptop System: Hewlett-Packard product: HP Pavilion dm1 Notebook PC
   Info: model: AMD E-350 socket: FT1 bits: 64 type: MCP arch: Bobcat level: v1
    built: 2011-13
Device-1: AMD Wrestler [Radeon HD 6310] vendor: Hewlett-Packard
  Device-1: Realtek RTL8111/8168/8211/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet
    vendor: Hewlett-Packard Pavilion DM1Z-3000
  Device-2: Ralink RT5390 [802.11 b/g/n 1T1R G-band PCI Express Single Chip]
    vendor: Hewlett-Packard Pavilion DM1Z-3000 PCIe wireless card
  Device-1: Ralink CSR BS8510

What shall I say? I am using an "Optimus"-Laptop. A "primusrun glxinfo" works just fine, reporting the Nvidia-driver. It is the "550.67-0siduction2" version with the  "6.8.6-1-siduction-amd64_6.8-6" linux kernel (- it also worked with the 6.8.5-1-siduction kernel).
It certainly is not a general problem, unlike the one that started this thread.
So you have to be a little more specific.
Art & Design / Re: Desktop-Foto
« Last post by unklarer on 2024/04/15, 19:45:37 »

mpd kann ganz schöner 'Krampf' sein     ???
Sorry towo

With nvidia-driver 550... from the fix repro glxinfo tells me that I am using mesa as glx- implementation not Nvidia. That is all.

Any help / idea...

But I can live with that using Nvidia-driver 535.171.04-0siduction1 as it works out of the box!
Upgrade Warnings / Re: Nvidia-Treiber Modulbau schlägt mit Kernel 6.8 fehl
« Last post by towo on 2024/04/15, 18:32:33 »
You will never get help with such a description:
but for me it dos not work!
Hello- which Nvidia-driver are you using? I would like to have the 550... Nvidia proprietary driver running on my system with the actual kernel (6.8.6-1), but for me it dos not work!
Are you using the Nouveau- driver?
The only Nvidia-driver running with this kernel for me is 535.171.04-0siduction1.

Am I right?
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