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  1. calogero says:

    what is the password for access to system ?

    1. exton says:

      LOG IN to LXQt repectively KDE
      You can only run ExTiX live as root. Log in from Slim‘s Login Manager as root with password root in the LXQt version. Or as regards the KDE version; from console mode. Run startx to enter X/KDE. Press Ctrl Alt F1 if you don’t end up in console mode after the boot process. During a hard drive installation you will get the opportunity to create a normal user.

  2. William says:

    I received the following message upon updating the newly installed ExTix KDE system:

    “A new version of the configuration file ‘/etc/issue’ is available, but your version has been modified. Would you like to keep your current version or install the new version?”

    I’m going to defer to keep the current modified one since I’m not sure what I should actually do. I’m pretty certain I’ll see this message again when I have to update by which time I’m sure I will have heard from you or read somewhere about what I should do. Looking forward to your reply.

    1. William says:

      there were four additional messages referring to modified files in order to finish the updating process. I chose to keep all of the old files since I wasn’t sure what I should actually do. I wanted to mention the additional notices which I had received during the update process. Thanks!

    2. exton says:

      The message doesn’t really matter. (/etc/issue will be changed from ExTiX to Ubuntu if you choose to “install the new version”).

  3. b says:

    How the heck do you get autologin to work?
    I clicked it on install but it’s not working.

    Bill Skiles

    1. exton says:

      Edit /etc/slim.conf

    2. Robert James Glick says:

      Well this an old post but for newbies like my self!!! I learned about the ArchWiki and this is a good place to start then read the subheading “Set default username and Enable Autologin”
      Worked Great and this is the Best Distro!!!

  4. Jord L'Escala says:

    The Extix LXQT is a speedy work of art! But when I use pulse my sound card is not recognized. I’ve tried three Extix distros and the result is the same – absolutely zero sound of any kind. My card: SB0770 – Creative Labs X-FI 7.1 Extreme Gamer. Any help would be really appreciated as I would like to replace Ubuntu with this distro. Thanks for all your work!

    1. exton says:

      Your card seems to be a “difficult” one. I found this remark about it: Here’s the thing: This card is an OEM model. Essentially this means that this specific sound card was meant for inclusion in pre-made computers made by other companies (Dell, Alienware, etc). It was never meant to be sold on its own. Because of this, Creative does not support the card. In point of fact, if you look for it the SB0770 isn’t even listed on their site. There are NO OFFICIAL DRIVERS for the SB0770 released in the past 5 years or so. If you are looking for a card to run with a Windows 7 or Windows 8 computer, look elsewhere, because there are no native drivers for this card whatsoever. Creative support is of no help. Google is no help either. If your system does not automatically recognize it, its only use to you is as a paperweight.

      Doesn’t look good. Sorry.

  5. tony says:

    i edited the slim.conf file to do auto login still not doing it tried the default user setting still not doing a autologin

    1. exton says:

      I don’t know what to do then. Sorry.

  6. tony says:

    also tried the other slim file set both to auto_login yes removed the # still not auto logging in

  7. bill says:

    Thank you so very much!

  8. tony says:

    i ended up removing slim and adding lightdm it added a bunch of stuff but do have auto login working with lightdm went to settings then to user accounts in there had option for auto login so set it and got it

    1. exton says:


      Very good. Thanks for letting me/us know about this solution!

  9. tony says:

    jord does your soundcard work in ubuntu?? if so maybe try lubuntu or do you have the pulseaudio volume control installed if not try installing it be listed as pavucontrol in synaptic once installed open it go to configration mess with the built in audio profile another thing you could do is check alsa site for commands to see if alsa see’s your soundcard

  10. mMichaelm says:

    After 5 attempts finally installed Extix. Sourceforge file had problems but Swedish file worked ok. Before testing distros I look for 3 things: Will it recognise my wifi card, will it recognise my printer, will it support my NVidia card?
    Wifi card recognised but continually dropping offline, a problem common to other Ubuntu distros but not Debian or Mint.
    I could not find anywhere to install a printer. Why has this problem not come up before?
    Nvidia drivers are in the repository but could not test without a secure wifi connection.

    1. exton says:

      Nvidia: Driver 352.30 is already installed. It has support for the following GPUs: Quadro K1200, Quadro M6000, GeForce 920M, GeForce 930A, GeForce 930M, GeForce 940M, GeForce GTX 950M, GeForce GTX 960M and GeForce GTX TITAN X. This driver will be used automatically if your card is supported.


    2. exton says:

      2nd reply

      There is nothing wrong with the ISO file at Just checked to download the ISO from there. (And md5sum).

  11. Jeffrey Needle says:

    Hi. ExTix is very, very nice. Thanks for it!

    Question: is there a weather widget for the panel? This is really important for me.


    1. exton says:

      No, but in the KDE version you can easily enable such a widget.

  12. twager says:

    Anyone got the electricsheep screensaver working ok ?

  13. gertjan says:

    I tried to install ExTix LxQT 15.4 (from swedish download site) with system booting to RAM.
    At the end of the installation process after user config it wants to install
    additional files but complains that CD isnt mounted and installation hangs :-(.
    I did a new install with system running from cd and everything went fine.
    Very nice distro, thanks …

    1. exton says:

      Ok. Yes you can’t install it while running from RAM.

  14. gertjan says:

    The url in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list for the Google repo does not work I changed it from:
    deb wily main
    deb stable main
    Now it works.

    1. exton says:

      Ok. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Simon says:

    Hi! I cant boot the system form a USB key, I have an UEFI system and I have tryed all the possible procedures under linux (the normal one and the persistent one) also I have tryed by myself using dd.
    I have tryed also several SanDisk and Kingstone usb keys in witch I have never had problems with other distrubutions.
    Maybe the problmem is that I need a UEFI bootable iso image?
    Thank you for your work.

    1. Simon says:

      Of course I am referring to the latest version: 16.1

    2. exton says:

      It works believe me.

      Either you haven’t been able to download an error-free ISO file or your BIOS settings are wrong.

      It has nothing to do with UEFI. Just make your changes in BIOS. View this screenshot from one of my computers.

      Please note that you can use UNetbootin in Windows or Linux. See a picture how it looks before the installation starts in Windows 10. NOTE: You must replace syslinux.cfg in the root of the stick with this file. (Also so you can enjoy persistence and run ExTiX in RAM).

  16. rwk says:

    It was only Jan, 2016 that I became aware of Extix. So far I have installed Extix to a hard drive, as a live usb stick, and as a persistent usb drive. Those two “ingenious scripts” drove me crazy until I found out they no longer work.

    I am interested to know if you are testing Extix 16.01 with kernel44 on skylake hardware. I now have a skylake system with Win 10. (Win 10 mainly because Linux support is questionable) Win 10 is installed on a sata ssd. I am saving an m.2 ssd for Linux. From what I read, Linux skylake support is not yet ready. Is Extix 16.1 ready for skylake hardware?

  17. smilzino says:

    I have installed Extix on my hard drive. My problem is that on the desktop are showned the folders of my / partition. Also I would liket to know if is it possible to install the xfce desktop on this distro. Thanks

    1. exton says:

      About the folders I have no answer. You must have done something wrong during the installation.

      You can install Xfce or any other Desktop environment.

  18. jenom says:

    after a not-too-big download I am trying Trying EXTIX 16.1 from an USB memory

    -it boots very fast and everything runs faster than usual: gparted, synaptic, etc…
    -had no problem to detect a wifi adapter on my Lenovo laptop
    -based on latest UBUNTU willy
    -no bluetooth support installed
    -also this is a first linux distro without a sound volume control anywhere
    -strange to see the LibreOffice 5 was installed only with “writer” and “math”
    either install the complete office suit or not install at all (my preference)

    once the mentioned issues fixed, I would love to give it another try

    1. exton says:


      Thanks for testing ExTiX and your review. I will add Bluetooth support and a sound volume control in the next version.

  19. Sol y Tierra says:

    Buenas noches, quiero usar desde usb, pero me pide siempre pasword, por favor me pueden decir cuan es gracias

    1. exton says:

      LOG IN to LXQt/KDE
      You can run ExTiX live as root (superuser) or as the ordinary user extix. Log in from Slim‘s Login Manager as root with password root in the LXQt version or as extix with no password. During a hard drive installation you will get the opportunity to create your own normal user. When logged in as extix you can use Sudo to become root. (Command: sudo su).

  20. Sol y Tierra says:

    Primero, gracias por la respuesta, hago todos los pasos, pero nada, me sigue pidiendo username y pasword, estos paso los hago desde el usb, pero nada, siempre me termina pidiendo username y pasword, cual otra sería la solución?

    1. exton says:

      See my previous answer. If you can’t log in something is wrong with your USB installation.

  21. RoyD says:

    Just downloaded ExTix 16.1. Looks great, but how do you install a printer? I can’t see any of the usual links used in other Ubuntu/Debian based distro’s. Please help.

  22. Jeffrey Needle says:

    Hi. I’m very frustrated with a feature of the LXqt desktop. I’ve updated ExTix completely.

    I want to configure the apps launched by Quicklaunch. I go to the screen where you manage widgets, highlight “Quicklauncher”, then click on “Configure,” and nothing happens! Very frustrating. Can you help? Thanks.

  23. Jeffrey Needle says:

    Still no answer to this? I’ve discovered that, if you drag an app from the menu to the home screen, you can then drag it on to the quick launcher. It works with other distros, but not with ExTix. When I drag the app to the home screen, and select “Copy here”, I get a useless pop-up box. Try doing that and you’ll see what I mean.

    I do hope you decide to fix this asap. Thanks.

    1. exton says:


      Yes, you can do that when running other Desktop environments, but not when using LXQt. I don’t know how to fix it. Perhaps it’s a sort of “bug” in LXQt (which isn’t totally “stable”).

  24. Jeffrey Needle says:

    Why is Thunderbird such an old version? 31? They’re way ahead in the repos for other distros. Can someone let me know how to change the repos so that my software is up to date? Thanks.

    1. exton says:

      In ExTiX 16.3 LXQt Thunderbird is in version 38.8.0 (latest as of May, 2016). See installed packages…

      In ExTiX 16.4 KDE Thunderbird isn’t pre-installed. See installed packages…

    2. exton says:


      As an alternative you can install “my” kernel 4.8.0-21-exton. (Kernel 4.8). You won’t have any problems to install any program which need kernel headers.

      Be sure to install Nvidia’s proprietary graphics driver 370.28. (Otherwise you will get problems with needed patches).

  25. Usuha says:

    I install “ExTiX Deepin” in the virtual environment of VMware Worksation 14 Pro and use it.
    I have created a VMDK with virtual BIOS and started VM using virtual UEFI.
    I’d like to increase literal font by installing lxappearance in “ExTiX Deepin”, but I can not change the size of the text.
    Is it possible to change the font size of the desktop?

    1. exton says:

      I think so. Somewhere in Settings…

  26. frananc says:

    Hi! I am from Italy. I just installed ExTiX 18.0 (Deepin) on an external SD card. All went well, including boot. Unfortunately I can not surf on the Internet, even if the network connection is regularly active. The strange thing that on the live distro the Internet works perfectly!
    Some tips to fix it? Thanks

    1. exton says:

      Yes, run the command sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf (as I say on the the INFO site). Then reboot.

  27. TonyK says:

    I attempted to install Extix from USB pen drive and all seemed to be well until the end…I have a dual boot win 7 and multi linux ext4 partitions to test various distros. I selected manual install and installed to partition8. Here is the detail:

    Installation Failed:

    Boost.Python error in job “bootloader”.
    Command ‘grub-install –target=i386-pc –recheck –force /dev/sda’ returned non-zero exit status 1.
    grub-install: error: /usr/lib/grub/i386-pc/ doesn’t exist. Please specify –target or –directory.

    File “/usr/lib/calamares/modules/bootloader/”, line 351, in run

    File “/usr/lib/calamares/modules/bootloader/”, line 322, in prepare_bootloader
    install_grub(efi_directory, fw_type)

    File “/usr/lib/calamares/modules/bootloader/”, line 292, in install_grub

    File “”, line 4, in
    I have Deepin 15.5 installed separately and boot uses their Grub installer with all the boot options shown.

    Help appreciated.
    Thank you

    1. exton says:

      Since you already have one or more Linux systems installed you shouldn’t install Grub while installing ExTiX. Just add start lines for ExTiX in /boot/grub/grub.cfg (on the partition where you have installed Grub). Or start up the Linux system where you have Grub installed (after the installation of ExTiX) and run the command sudo update-grub. Start lines for ExTiX will then be added automatically.

      Read more about ExTiX and Grub at

  28. dufresnep says:

    paul@ramabar:~$ sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:webupd8team/java
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File “/usr/bin/add-apt-repository”, line 107, in
    sp = SoftwareProperties(options=options)
    File “/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/softwareproperties/”, line 128, in __init__
    File “/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/softwareproperties/”, line 623, in reload_sourceslist
    File “/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/aptsources/”, line 93, in get_sources
    (, self.codename))
    aptsources.distro.NoDistroTemplateException: Error: could not find a distribution template for ExTiX/bionic

    1. exton says:

      Yes, change in /etc/lsb-release from ExTiX to Ubuntu.

  29. spi says:

    How can I create from Windows 8.1 64bit in USB in persistent mode boot able?

  30. ralphsmole says:

    Does Extix have WINE support built-in? This is a must for me. Many distros these days fail miserably with WINE working properly?

    1. exton says:

      You can just install wine yourself.

  31. Javiriver says:

    Does any distro have the fat drive data transfer enhancement made by Ogawa Hirofumi? Thanks in advance

  32. patthefat says:

    Hello! You have done some amazing work! The system is super light, very fast, up-to-date, excellent multi-monitor support, and it is extremely stabile. Thank you so much! I hope to make a donation. Meanwhile, I am not a noob with Linux but am definitely having trouble getting this task done for my own custom OS. I am trying to install Compiz Reloaded (not the main Compiz from the repos). I am having trouble getting python-gi and python-gi-cairo to work with Compiz through compiling (as shown in an online example of how to install on MATE). I believe the problem is that ccsm is using Python 2.7. This is beyond my experience and maybe I could collab and pay for support. Also, could settings like this (and toolbar settings, etc) copy over when installing as a new OS from USB with Refracta Snapshot? Thank you again and again and I hope to spread this OS to others, explain your hard work and recommend subscribing.

    1. exton says:

      When using Refracta Snapshot you will get an exact copy of your installed running system.

      I can’t help you with Compiz. Never use it myself. Sorry.

  33. Pufulete says:

    Hi, your ExTiX Build is based on Deepin 20.2.3 released by Deepin Technology 210816, remains “stuck” on login-console after install . Tried with root pass root , live pass live , my name (witch I set it on instalation ) and pass … nothing !
    Tried both with Deepin default installer and Refracta on a hard drive ( Samsung EVO 970-256 GB SSD ) in dual-boot with Windows .
    Gaming laptop hybrid graphics Asus GL503GE – year 2018.
    PS : 1 : Try to “implement” in ISO a bloody CALAMARES.
    2: DON’T focus anymore on that “USB -runnig -ram – etc ” sh..t , nobody’s care, this distro DEEPIN is too beautiful not to be installed .
    Good Luck !

    1. exton says:

      I don’t know what’s gone wrong. Anyhow, you can always chroot into your Deepin installation at set the passwords.

      One alternative is to use “my” passwords and the username live during installation (i.e. live/live and root/root) and then change the passwords afterwards with the command sudo passwd live respectively sudo passwd root.

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