Install kernel source and all packages needed for compiling it (who knows a better way to not download so many packages by build-dep? sudo apt-get build-dep linux-source-2.6.27 sudo apt-get install linux-source-2.6.27 cp /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.27bz2 ./ tar jxvf linux-source-2.6.27bz2 cd linux-source-2.6.27 [ 0.000000] ACPI: DSDT BFE06010, 8016 (r1 Sony VAIO 20080605 INTL 20051117) [ 0.044471] ACPI: Checking initramfs for custom DSDT [ 0.359780] ACPI: Found DSDT in I have actually kept it installed since August 2015.When I saw the announcement for 2017.01, I decided that it was time for a re-install.I’ll note that I could have just updated the already installed version, but it seemed like time for a fresh start. I am a KDE user, with open SUSE Leap (currently at 42.2).I later signed the Ka OS kernel with my machine-owner key, so that I could turn secure-boot back on. It looked as if a new profile was being created everytime (Profile1, Profile2, etc).
That is what I used for my previous install because it was the only option I had at that time. It works, and it is fine if you are only booting one linux system. For my previous install, it was too fussy to do that, but the calamares booter seems to be improved with respect to GPT partitioned disks.
Can you take a snapshot of your screen and what the black box looks like? My computer screen suddenly turned black without me even touching it.
Press the Print Screen button on your keyboard then paste into a paint program. If you want help with a possible keylogger, you'll have to read the instructions in this link NEW INSTRUCTIONS - Read This Before Posting For Malware Removal Help - Tech Support Forum and create a new post in the Virus forum I took a screenshot today and believe it or not, it did not come up on the screen shot. The box takes up about an eighth of my screen in the top right corner, has no blinking cursor or anything, and has a bright blue border around it. Theres a little white lightblinking in upper left corner but I cant type anything at all.
I have tried Ctrl Alt Del and ending a few processes I was unfamiliar with but the screen remains. I didn't make any changes to my computer shortly before the screen arrived to my knowledge but my gmail account was hacked a week or two ago so I have gotten concerned it might be a key logger or something of the like.
Any help yall could provide would be immensely useful! If possible, change your GMail password from a different computer, if you haven't already.
But I have several installed, so I prefer the menu from grub2. In any case, I went with manual partitioning, which allowed me to configure it to not install a bootloader.