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Thought i'd try out the latest version of Zenwalk which is Zenwalk 7.0. So i downloaded and burnt the OS to cd, reconfigured the BIOS So the pc would boot ...
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    Running Zenwalk 7.0 (Live CD)


    Thought i'd try out the latest version of Zenwalk which is Zenwalk 7.0. So i downloaded and burnt the OS to cd, reconfigured the BIOS So the pc would boot from live cd and everything went fine until it got to 'Keymap'. I selected the UK keymap pressed Enter and that was it? Help anyone please!

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    Not sure what might be going on there. Does it work if you select a similar keymap at boot, then choose the UK keymap "after" the live disk is fully booted?
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    Live CD?

    Quote Originally Posted by branoo View Post
    Thought i'd try out the latest version of Zenwalk which is Zenwalk 7.0. So i downloaded and burnt the OS to cd, reconfigured the BIOS So the pc would boot from live cd and everything went fine until it got to 'Keymap'. I selected the UK keymap pressed Enter and that was it? Help anyone please!
    Are you sure that it was the "Live" CD that you downloaded? The standard edition boots to a keymap selection. There are 5 different CDs listed on the Zenwalk site for download.

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    I downloaded ZenWalk-7.0 which does not as of yet have a live version. But have eventually managed to install it to my hard drive. Must say that i am impressed with the OS. Thanks for the replies both.

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