how could I install the KDE isoimagewriter to try upgrade to 4.2 version without use the Control Center, a software pre-installed to burn USBs or a file .exe into the packages available to download?
The command to install a package is
dnf install <package> the command to remove a package is
dnf remove <package>. KDE image writer is not available for OM Lx 4.0. So use ROSA image writer. Both of those are very simple applications that just copy to flash drive with the
dd command. Functionally they are the same. To install ROSA image writer:
$ sudo dnf install rosa-imagewriter
ROSA image writer is well tested in OM Lx and folks have been using it for a long time. KDE image writer is available in our Rolling branch and will be available with OM Lx 4.3.
but can I try it to install 4.2 version?
And a lot more.
Of course. Why not?
Post-edit: That is why I wrote:
Post-edit: Removed. The steps in the Lx 4.3 install How To should be fine for Lx 4.2. But please do let us know how you get on. Feedback helps a lot.
@ben79, I couldn’t install the Firefox 93.0 package using this command line. Anyway, when I wrote “su -c usuario dnf install”, I received these two feedbacks:
-compressed: “permission denied”
-descompressed: “: symbol lookup error: /home/usuario/Downloads/firefox/libxul.so: undefined symbol: gdk_screen_get_monitor_scale_factor”
Maybe its because the OM 4.0.12 version but its just a possibility… Can you translate it for me?
select your language, download;
extract archive in a directory at your choice in your home.
The executable is
I did it first, for sure… but I’ll try again thru this URL. txs @rugyada!
there are a bad way for me again, @rugyada. the file isn’t executable with a double click.
@m.i.k.a I seem to be confused as to what you want to do?
We probably need to back up and find out exactly what you have on your computer. Could you post the out put of these commands here please:
Post-edit: Posted as code the results would look similar to but not the same as this:
[ben79@R5-Z-3767 ~]$ uname -a Linux R5-Z-3767 5.11.12-desktop-1omv4002 #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Apr 8 22:12:12 UTC 2021 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
[ben79@R5-Z-3767 ~]$ dnf repolist repo id repo name rock-updates-znver1 OpenMandriva Rock - znver1 - Updates rock-updates-znver1-non-free OpenMandriva Rock - Non-free - znver1 - Updates rock-updates-znver1-restricted OpenMandriva Rock - Restricted - znver1 - Updates rock-updates-znver1-unsupported OpenMandriva Rock - Unsupported - znver1 - Updates rock-znver1 OpenMandriva Rock - znver1 rock-znver1-non-free OpenMandriva Rock - Non-free - znver1 rock-znver1-restricted OpenMandriva Rock - Restricted - znver1 rock-znver1-unsupported OpenMandriva Rock - Unsupported - znver1
ok guys, I’ll follow your recomendations to post out put that repo commands. but just to clear, I already reinstall the OM LX 4.0.12 thru a boot USB disk and now I’m trying upgrade the Firefox 38 for some newest version before upgrade my OM.
at this moment, the Mozilla’s automatic upgrade is being denied for lack of admistrative permissions; the files .exe of the packages aren’t executable after the download, as the 93.0 version available in the website’s navigator; and any program is available in the Control Center.
Linux localhost 4.5.5-1oem #1 SMP Wed Jun 1 08:48:05 BRT 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
@rugyada, its gave me more details:
PRETTY NAME=“OpenMandriva Lx 2014.0 (Phosphorus)”
not the latest and brightest I’m afraid.
will give you a link to something more recent.
yes, I think so… but to upgrade the OM I need some way to do. I’m trying begin for the navigator as a test before download other iso image writer to install a new OM version.