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Aren't the driver's available in apt repo? I would like to have better video performance, I got OpenJK built yesterday, but it runs slow; quake 2 also runs a little sluggish too.
New Q4OS 2.7 version has been released, see https://q4os.org/blog.html#news181231Q4OS 2.7 for Pinebook 1080p image is now available too.


Official downloads site:
https://www.q4os.org/downloads1.html#downloads_spechw

Setup guide:
https://q4os.org/dqa013.html


You can force system DPI scaling for Trinity desktop using a terminal command, see an example to set 192 DPI:
$ sudo sh /usr/share/apps/q4os_system/bin/dpi_set.sh 192
Reboot and check the scaling.
Updated Q4OS (Pinebook) 2.7-r1 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Updated Q4OS (Pinebook 1080P) 2.7-r1 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Q4OS 2.7 Scorpion installation images for Pinebook have been updated, ".r2" release. Apart from other changes, it brings a new GUI utility for easy screen scaling configuration. See an announcement here https://www.q4os.org/forum/viewtopic.php...731#p14731 on the official Q4OS forum.

Official downloads site:
https://www.q4os.org/downloads1.html#downloads_spechw

Setup guide:
https://q4os.org/dqa013.html
Updated Q4OS (Pinebook) 2.7-r2 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Updated Q4OS (Pinebook 1080P) 2.7-r2 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Q4OS 2.7 Scorpion installation images has been updated, ".r5" revision. SD card images for both Pinebook models have been updated subsequently as well. The new ".r5" media revision includes packages upgrades, security fixes and a few improvements. The most significant one is Desktop profiler tuning. Desktop profiler is a native Q4OS tool for easy software installation.

Official downloads site:
https://www.q4os.org/downloads1.html#downloads_spechw

Direct downloads:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/stable/
Pinebook 1080p SD card image: "q4os-2.7-pinebook1080p.r5.zip"
Pinebook SD card image: "q4os-2.7-pinebook.r5.zip"

Setup guide:
https://q4os.org/dqa013.html
Updated Q4OS (Pinebook) 2.7-r5 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.

Updated Q4OS (Pinebook 1080P) 2.7-r5 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
I tried the https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/fi...p/download Q4OS on an microSD card:

I very much like the look and feel, and (when its eventually booted) it feels faster then the KDE Neon on eMMC......

Unlike KDE Neon (which I think is good too, although a bit sluggish and heavy) Q4OS put a constant smile on my face :-) when fiddling with it.

Maybe I will install it on eMMC when I will be able to connect to my bluetooth speakers (which didn't work last night).

Will an install on eMMC make it boot faster than on microSD??
(05-27-2019, 08:19 AM)giel Wrote: [ -> ]I tried the https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/fi...p/download Q4OS on an microSD card:

I very much like the look and feel, and (when its eventually booted) it feels faster then the KDE Neon on eMMC......

Unlike KDE Neon (which I think is good too, although a bit sluggish and heavy) Q4OS put a constant smile on my face :-) when fiddling with it.

Maybe I will install it on eMMC when I will be able to connect to my bluetooth speakers (which didn't work last night).

Will an install on eMMC make it boot faster than on microSD??

Not only does it boot faster but it runs faster too since so many things cache to disk.
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