Here is Digital clock version 3. This project is now translated into C++.
Download Digital_clock version 3 as a zip.
In the future the C++ version is scheduled to replace the Python version in PostX Gnu/Linux.
#Digital Clock v.3 Copyright (c) 2018 JJ Posti <techtimejourney.net>
#Digital Clock comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY;
#for details see: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html.
#This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under
#GPL Version 2, June 1991
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The issue of the user not being in netdev group appeared in PostX Gnu/Linux 0.5. The user that gets created during the installation ends up not having the rights to use wicd after the installation. Luckily, this is very easy to fix: Open terminal and execute:
sudo gpasswd -a username netdev
Replace username with your actual username. After this you should be able to run wicd without an issue.
PostX 0.5 has now been released. The size of the iso image is about 634 megabytes. This release is also SystemD free and uses SysVinit. Desktop is Openbox and display manager is Slim. This release is also using Debian´s kernel rather than providing its own.
Disclaimer: You use PostX Gnu/Linux at your own responsibility. The author of techtimejourney.net (JJ Posti) or any other party is not responsible if any kind of damage or harm will occur . NO WARRANTY is given and the user therefore agrees to use this software at his/hers own risk.
On Debian Stretch and some other Linux distributions there is a small issue with ATI Radeon drivers. Basically, the driver gets loaded too late and Xserver will start behaving badly. There will be dkms modesetting is not supported errors or then something more annoying like startx not working at all. Sometimes it is even worse and you might get randomly broken login to desktop. To fix this issue append radeon to /etc/modules . Continue reading