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My Linux comeback easy with ZorinOS

PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 7:42 pm
by bubulemaster
Hi all,

I leave Linux wolrd since 2007 and I comeback with ZorinOS (since one week).
ZorinOS help me to comeback. Ubuntu have really good hardware support.
Desktop of ZorinOS is very usefull (and beautiful).

But, after installation, two things missing for me :
  • Menu editior (like menulibre)
  • Hardware information (like hardinfo)
  • can't desactivate bluetooth at startup (need edit rc.local)


I thing it's very good feature at default installationI think, it's will be a good feature in default installation (in settings panel).

Congratulation ZorinOS Team.

Many thanks

Re: My Linux comeback easy with ZorinOS

PostPosted: Sun May 21, 2017 5:37 pm
by Swarfendor437
bubulemaster wrote:Hi all,

I leave Linux wolrd since 2007 and I comeback with ZorinOS (since one week).
ZorinOS help me to comeback. Ubuntu have really good hardware support.
Desktop of ZorinOS is very usefull (and beautiful).

But, after installation, two things missing for me :
  • Menu editior (like menulibre)
  • Hardware information (like hardinfo)
  • can't deactivate bluetooth at startup (need edit rc.local)


I thing it's very good feature at default installationI think, it's will be a good feature in default installation (in settings panel).

Congratulation ZorinOS Team.

Many thanks


1. Well not possible perhaps with Zorin Menu but your question found a gem in Gnome Extenstions but first found Meow:

Meow and Gno-Menu.jpg


Meow - http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2016/11/meow ... nu-manager

Gno-Menu - https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/608/gnomenu/

2. Is Details in Settings not enough for you?:

Details1.jpg


3. As for bluetooth:

https://www.maketecheasier.com/disable- ... in-ubuntu/

bluetoothkill.jpg


;) :D

Re: My Linux comeback easy with ZorinOS

PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 5:35 pm
by bubulemaster
For Hardware information I talk about attachement, it's more detailled.
It's better to know your hardware :D

For bluetooth, I found same on Google but I think it's very nice feature for beginner ;)