Saya mendapatkan komputer ini dari Baris, CEO Endless Solutions jaman saya masih jadi ambassador pada 2017. Sudah terpasang Endless OS dan berfungsi dengan baik. Beberapa hari ini saya memutuskan untuk mengganti OSnya dengan OS apapun yang memungkinkan.
Pengujian pertama dengan openSUSE Tumbleweed, pemasangan berjalan mulus, masuk desktop agak kacau dikarenakan layar HDMI dianggap sebagai layar extended. Jadi harus mengarahkan kursor yang tepat dan mengatur ulang layar beserta resolusinya. Setelah masuk desktop, wireless tidak bisa digunakan. ini sudah sesuai prediksi. Pasang firmware non-free juga tidak membuahkan hasil.
Pengujian berikutnya dengan Ubuntu 20.04 yang masih Beta. Hampir sama, perbedaannya hanya si Ubuntu sedikit lebih pintar mengenali layar dari pada openSUSE. Namun tetap perlu mengatur resolusi layarnya. Wireless juga sama-sama tidak bisa digunakan walaupun sudah memasang firmware non-free.
In last year, I know there will be GNOME Hackfest in Yogyakarta and possibly in March. And I thought it wil be at end of March until Nuritzi tell in Endless Ambassador Telegram Group that it will be start from February 28th until March 2nd. I know this on February 25th. So I ask Kukuh Syafaat to go together and help since he also GNOME Foundation Members.
Actually at February 27th, there’s an outreach event at the local university. But I can’t manage to go because I arrived at Yogyakarta at 17:00 and it already finished. But I have dinner with few GNOME Developer (but no Mattias and Emel) for that day.
Since end of October, I’m joining Endless Ambassadors Programme. And on November 3rd until November 5th, we have reatreat in Jogjakarta with others Ambassador and Endless employee.
Today, I’m decide to use EndlessOS as my daily OS. I wanna try it, if it’s can fit with me or not. Before using EndlessOS, I’m using Ubuntu and Debian. Personally, since it’s using Linux, I have no struggle on it.
But EndlessOS is different. I according to my first impression before (I install it on another computer), it’s good for new comers but not for advance users.
Right now I’m using EndlessOS 3.3 on my X1 Carbon that using Intel Core i7 5600U and single boot. I’m downloading from Buaya. Yes that’s local repository. It’s because more faster than from the original download source.
Yes it’s fast, from boot until going to desktop. Even faster than BlankOn.
I love the wallpaper.
My laptop just work on it. Everything seems ok even I have some notes and I will put on last section of this post.
After installing, I need to make sure that my needs are ready in App Center, so I just randomly look at that.
There’s local encyclopedia, so you don’t need to connect internet everytime.
And there’s also Android Studio.
I install some of them according to my needs. They’re success installed on my system. One or two seem has problem when downloading the package. I was wondering that’s because internet connection not good. As far I know, that’s need international connection and mostly, this country connection not good at that.
There’s some “weird” in App Center. It’s has two GIMP. Probably it can make new comers feel confuse at first time. They need to choose which one is the “real” one.
My external soundcard is working here (even I just only playing music from youtube). I have Steinberg UR242. And it’s smoothly can play song from youtube.
What is missing?
TuxGuitar – Yeah! there’s no tuxguitar in App Center right now. This is my “must have apps all the time”.
Ardour – this is also in my list of apps.
Thunderbird – I can’t find it in App Center. My office use it and I already has backup from previous installation.
VirtualBox – No virtualbox. 🙂
Touchpad – My touchpad always stopped to able to scroll after suspending system (or close the screen). It’s happen in Ubuntu 17.10, and can be solved by installing xserver-xorg-input-synaptics.
Telegram Desktop – It’s not working for me. It’s always force close when I input phone number.
I found some translation that not fit (yes of course I can help to make better translations).