Yes, I know I’m using the C400 way past it’s prime. It’s a dedicated BOINC client and I like it that way. However, on my Ubuntu 15.04 install the caps lock LED won’t light up when I hit the caps lock key. This fix worked for me.
The SliTaz contributors are pleased to announce the release of the new stable distribution SliTaz GNU/Linux 4.0. Two years of community work have created a reliable system capable of even shorter boot times with more than 1,000 new installable packages.
SliTaz provides a complete graphical desktop in 35 MB based on LXDE and Openbox that works entirely in 192MB of RAM. Its new 4-in-1 CD image can be installed on a hard drive with only 48MB by automatically selecting a configuration most fully suited to your hardware.
The home-made tools have grown. Tazpkg brings a new notification system and is much faster despite the increase in the number of packages and Tazpanel enables a new centralized management system. You can read the full Release Notes and download SliTaz 4.0 from our mirror: slitaz-4.0.iso
The Slitaz team is pleased to announce the new SliTaz 4.0-RC2 release candidate. We have done a huge amount of work fixing bugs from RC1 and on end-user home made tools such as TazPKG, TazPanel and TazUSB. Wifi connection is made easier via TazPanel or the new wifibox. TazPKG has better desktop integration and a new notification system.
This new version comes with a full Xorg package and DRI support as well as the nv, intel, geode and vesa drivers working out-of-the-box. We have also rebuilt all packages once again and saved ~2Mb in the core LiveCD, so we now include Lxrandr, Parcellite and the transmission BiTorrent client.
We want to thank everyone who tested the first release candidate; this RC2 is close to the upcoming SliTaz 4.0 version planned in 2 weeks. Download the RC2 ISO image from our mirror (35,1 Mb): SliTaz 4.0-RC2
OpenConnect is an excellent replacement for Cisco’s AnyConnect VPN client. After a lot of frustration trying to get AnyConnect to work on SliTaz, I finally jumped ship and got OpenConnect working with SliTaz Cooking in no time.
First, open a terminal, switch to root, download OpenConnect from the Debian repository and install it:
tazpkg convert ./openconnect_3.02-2_i386.deb
tazpkg install ./openconnect-3.02-2.tazpkg
OpenConnect requires VPNC which is found in the SliTaz repository:
tazpkg get-install vpnc
This VPNC script works right out of the box:
mv ./vpnc-script /etc/vpnc/vpnc-script
Now that OpenConnect and VPNC is installed, you can create a script to connect to your VPN. I named it vpnconnect. My script resembles the following. You may find that you need to add or remove some of the options I’ve shown here. Read the documentation for OpenConnect’s option list. Change the stuff in caps to fit your needs.
openconnect REMOTE.HOST.COM \
-u USERNAME \
-s /etc/vpnc/vpnc-script \
Now run the script, still as root:
At this point, you’ll be prompted for your password on the remote system. Once the VPN connection is established it will background itself (the -b option in the script above).
One note: I originally tried doing all of this on SliTaz 3.0. OpenConnect complained that libssl.so.1.0.0 and libcrypto.so.1.0.0 were not found. I created symlinks to libssl.so.0.9.8 and lib.so.0.9.8 and OpenConnect carried on happily but this isn’t a recommended solution.