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There is no support from this distro at all. Its a shame.
same here, on complete new system with completely new parts and even in Virutal mashines in ESXI/Hyper-v it gives that...
Thanks! I'm talking about the download page. It just felt weird to me, giving away personal information when im claiming...
[code] sudo apt install exfat-fuse exfat-utils [/code] Run this in terminal and then connect your drive and it will auto...
Wait what? Did someone reach out to you asking these details? And in case you're talking about the download page,...
Maybe a simple restart will do.
Yes you can
Current backslash Kristoff iso is too big. Its around 3.6GB. Downloading itself a big problem. Moreover, it will invite huge amount of updates each time.
Is there any minimal iso (<1GB) for Kristoff?
Great things require great sizes. The Windows ISO is around 4.8 GB and macOS is around 6.5 GB. As you proceed to build something good, you do not consider size as an issue. Hope you love Kristoff.
I agree with your point. But still, huge download size may discourage people from trying it. Just an assumption.