wow linux is really difficult, I heard using the command line made linux more efficient than linux, but so far it has been extremely difficult to use
as for installing 4.2, yes, I basically only want one partition to save space, so I was planning to delete this one, although to be honest, I just wanted to keep the wallpaper, lol, although I’m sure I can just select the same one again
but mostly I’m wondering if completely adding this 4.2 will write over all the plug ins and whatnot, it probably will right? So is linux 4.2 worth using over 4.0? Or is it just a minor improvement? ALthough as for the plug ins, it doesn’t look like I’ve gotten any to really work anyways, so that shouldn’t be to big of a deal right? Lol:shame:
ok, well, I tried entering your commands without cd\ first, and it logged me in, but it didn’t seem to install the flash plug ins
as for what application I use to open that disk partitioner, I still don’t know, I’ll try and find out later. I downloaded it, but it won’t let me open it unless I select an application to open it with
thanks for all the help
I’ll be back on tommorow
as for kde 4.2 - I’m sure it’s not so important directly at the moment, after all my version 4.0 seems to work just fine
Lol is linux confusing to me or what, but it’s really fun none the less
thanks for the help - see you tommorow
There is no need to play around with that gparted software anymore, as you already have a system installed now. Just leave that for a while.
You can install desktop options, which are KDE, Gnome, XFCE etc etc.
About flash, it seems that you did not install it yet. Follow the post about the installation, which i posted to your post as a reply for installation in the previous page.
Linux is not confusing, you need some time to read some useful manual to go through and understand the basic idea and things about Linux and distros, packaging, software installation.
Terminal is different form widnows CMD. you need to learn the commands about terminal to install and play with terminal. So in this case its quite different in Linux. No more windows CMD tricks here.
I definately tried installing flash player though, lmao 15 times, I counted, and everytime it went through completely and never said it didn’t work
so I have no idea, I tried it on youtube, AND google video, AND it said it didn’t work
I can go back through the commands a little more and try again, probably won’t work, but anyway I’ll give it a shot, and yeah, you’re right, no biggie for now, I can do all the basic things I need to do just fine, they work like a charm, so I’ll save the video watching for later, maybe I’ll buy a linux book