I have a few questions; some of academic importance, some are real at the moment. These relate to my current installation with which I am very pleased.
1 - I have a fully configured Lm18 Sarah working on PC1 which has 2 HDD with 4 partitions each; just one partition is LM18. Another PC2 has 1 HDD with 2 partitions of which 1 is LM18 again.
- What I wish to do is to replicate this PC1 installation of just the LM partition (basically all the installed stuff including my vbox) to PC2 without having to clone the partition. maybe some simple backup/restore to save all applications from pc1 and restore on pc2. Is this possible using some built-in utility like the backup tool ? Do I have to download and install all the software once again on PC2 via the software manager ?
- Or maybe create a bootable uSb stick with the working version of LM18 and all its accessories so I can carry it over to any other pc perhaps with data persistence?(now I seem to be speaking like a geek )
I never understood how this works under linux. Till now, I always thought I would have to write a PDF in linux and then somehow have to take it somewhere to print. This time, I just tried to print via my connected canon all-in-one and it was up and running in a couple of minutes. Where can I find out more about the printing process in linux and how it finds which driver needs to be installed ?
3 - what do you do when LM18 GUI freezes?
not that I have seen it yet, but, just in case.
Thank you for your time