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wiki:installing_kxstudio [2013/10/22 13:35]
danboid Proper description of KXStudio Welcome Setup added
wiki:installing_kxstudio [2013/12/04 10:54] (current)
danboid Added note on fixing stall during boot from SSD
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 Type those commands into a terminal after booting into KXStudio and then reboot to check the new updated GRUB config. These commands make GRUB scan for other installed OSes, update its configuration and then write its updated configuration to the first HD which is /dev/sda. Type those commands into a terminal after booting into KXStudio and then reboot to check the new updated GRUB config. These commands make GRUB scan for other installed OSes, update its configuration and then write its updated configuration to the first HD which is /dev/sda.
  
-[[http://​www.supergrubdisk.org/​super-grub2-disk/​|SuperGrubDisk2]] is very useful for fixing GRUB boot issues as it allows for booting Linux partitions on UEFI machines as well as legacy BIOS machines even when GRUB is missing or incorrectly configured. ​+[[http://​www.supergrubdisk.org/​super-grub2-disk/​|Super Grub2 Disk]] is very useful for fixing GRUB boot issues as it allows for booting Linux partitions on UEFI machines as well as legacy BIOS machines even when GRUB is missing or incorrectly configured. ​
  
 Another useful tool to ease GRUB2 configuration is [[https://​launchpad.net/​grub-customizer|GRUB Customizer.]] Another useful tool to ease GRUB2 configuration is [[https://​launchpad.net/​grub-customizer|GRUB Customizer.]]
  
-=====SSD ​optimization=====+=====Important notes for SSD users===== 
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 +If you have installed KXStudio onto an SSD, you may experience frequent stalls early in the boot process at the KXStudio boot splash screen. You can fix this by running: 
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 +  kdesudo kate /​etc/​default/​grub 
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 +Remove the word '​splash'​ from the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT options, save the file then update and re-install GRUB using the two commands from the previous multi-boot section.
  
 The KXStudio installer does not tweak the configuration of Solid State Drives for optimal performance. Follow [[http://​www.howtogeek.com/​62761/​how-to-tweak-your-ssd-in-ubuntu-for-better-performance/​|this guide to optimize the performance of your SSD drives.]] The KXStudio installer does not tweak the configuration of Solid State Drives for optimal performance. Follow [[http://​www.howtogeek.com/​62761/​how-to-tweak-your-ssd-in-ubuntu-for-better-performance/​|this guide to optimize the performance of your SSD drives.]]
wiki/installing_kxstudio.1382441749.txt.gz · Last modified: 2013/10/22 13:35 by danboid