Besgnulinux KDE Plasma

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Besgnulinux KDE Plasma system information

Based on Debian 11 Bullseye (stable, non-free version)

Version number: 02-00

DE: KDE Plasma

WM: Kwin

Processor architecture: 64bit

Disk usage: average 8 GB

Ram usage: Average 350 MB

Core: liquorix 6.5-2.1

Icon theme: Besgnulinux-dark

System theme: Besgnulinux-theme-dark and Breeze

Installation tool: Calamares

Grub installation: UEFI and BIOS

KDE Plasma is prepared for intermediate and new machines. However, since it is designed to be light and fast, it runs smoothly on all machines with 2 GB RAM.

Besgnulinux tools have been re-adapted for Plasma.

This version was built with liquorix kernel as I found it faster and lighter.

The low-resource Pcmanfm file manager has been adapted to the Plasma session and made the default. Many items have been added to the pcmanfm context menu. Some of the added items are:

- User can add or remove items from the menu.

- Added backup item for convenience.

- Added directory locking or unlocking for ease of use.

- You can change the system background image from the right-click menu.

- You can run commands.

- You can search.

- You can add keyboard shortcut.

- You can open the file manager as Root.

- You can add a desktop file to the desktop.

- You can send desktop files to the desktop.

- You can add numbers to files in bulk.

- You can print ISO file.

Added QMPlay2 video and music player because I found it lightweight and useful.

Brave browser has been added as a web browser.

Application Dashboard, which works full screen as a plasma menu, has been added.

Plasma tools that are lightweight and meet basic requirements have been added to the system.

Besgnulinux KDE Plasma was released after many efforts and tests. It is made easier to use with its lightweight, fast, low-resource tools and customized file manager.

Download here

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Besgnulinux JWM 02-00 version is ready to use


System information

Based on Debian 11 Bullseye (Stable non-free version)

Version number: 02-00

DE: obsession


Processor architecture: 64bit

Disk usage: 7.3GB on average

Ram usage: Average 220 MB

Kernel: 5.10.0-23

Icon theme: Besgnulinux

System theme: Besgnulinux

Installation tool: Calamares

Grub setup: UEFI and BIOS

The Besgnulinux JWM 02-00 release was planned to be built with Debian 12, but Debian 12 has many bugs yet. That's why it was built with Debian 11 base for stable and smooth operation. Also, 32bit was planned as well as 64bit, but a useful 32bit version cannot be created as many software has now discontinued 32bit support.

After this short explanation, the purpose of Besgnulinux is as follows.

1- Stability.

2- Less resource usage.

3- Usability.

4- New users.

JWM 02-00 was developed around these four key goals.

Instead of software that uses the system too much, light, stable and useful software has been added with simple tools that I have created myself.

Some of these software are as below.

Pcmanfm, Lxterminal, Pluma, Gparted, Gdebi, Synaptic, Galculator, Mtpaint, qimgv, Guvcview, Abiword, Atril, Bleachbit, Brave Web Browser...

Brave Browser is the system's default browser as it uses fewer resources and is faster.

Pluma is the default text editor as it is lightweight and displays commands in separate color.

qimgv is the default image viewer that is both lightweight and very useful.

All of the tools I made were created with Yad and a total of 25 useful tools are available in the system.

Some features I made for this version are as follows.

Normally there is no software to add icons to the JWM panel. With the simple tool I developed, you can add an icon to the panel with one click or remove it with one click.

The most used directories have been added to the panel in order to speed up usage.

Many features have been added to the file manager right click context menu. These features will make your job much easier.

With the Change Theme Color tool, you can change the system theme and icon theme colors according to your taste.

There are many tools such as screen brightness adjustment, Weather, Startup manager.

You will also find some conveniences for JWM that contain a lot of tools called "JWM Tools".

As I mentioned above, this version, which was developed to be stable, low-resource usage and useful, is suitable for use on new machines as well as old machines. Also, new users can easily install it without any hassle, and with the essential tools needed, they won't feel any minuses.

Download here

Besgnulinux JWM 02-00

Besgnulinux JWM 02-00 Video

Besgnulinux Openbox 01-07 64bit


System information

Based on Debian 11 Bullseye (Stable non-free version)
Version number: 01-07
DE: obsession
WM: Openbox
Processor architecture: 64bit
Disk usage: 7.3GB on average
Ram usage: Average 220 MB
Kernel: 5.10.0-21
Icon theme: Besgnulinux
System theme: Besgnulinux
Installation tool: Calamares
Grub setup: UEFI and BIOS

Repurposed vehicles


-Five gamma display lights (Adjust the screen brightness and contrast)
-Bes group manager (Updates the group, reinstalls the group, sets the boot time of the group, creates the passwordless login, fixes the desired system)
-BesMpvTray (manages MPV player from system tray)
-BesRandr (Manual and automatic set the desired screen resolution)
-Bes Screenshot (Takes screen, window and area shots)
-BesSearch (Files-directories search for short and full)
-Change background (Changes background images with one click, both on desktop and without desktop)
-Change theme color (Changes system theme and icon theme to desired color)
-Everything downloads (Downloads files, videos, Youtube videos, Twitter and Facebook videos)
-Live weather (It gives instant, daily and weekly weather information.)
-Local translation (Translates sentences from all languages to local languages)
-Power time control (Locks the screen, reboots and shuts down the system at the desired time)
-Startup settings (Runs requested commands at startup)
These vehicles are made by me and all have been rearranged.
If you want, you can send these tools to the desktop with one click from the panel.


Improvements to the system

-In addition to Debian main contrib non-free repositories, a backports repository has been added for the packages added to the new version.
-Systemd-journald service is disabled because it uses too much RAM. If you want to activate it, you can activate it with the command below.
sudo mv /var/log/ /var/log/journal
-Special action has been taken to remove the title bar in the Firefox browser, you can remove the title bar from the browser settings.
-You can enable or disable tools such as conky, desktop, equalizer, transparent, nm-applet with one click.
-Added 15 various functions to the file manager right-click menu.
-Lxpanel has been made the default because it is light, useful and easy to add icons.
-There are two menus in the system, the panel and the desktop right-click menu. You can enable and disable the right-click menu from the "Desktop options" tool.
-Pluma text editor has been made default because it has command detection feature and is lightweight and useful.
-Pcmanfm file manager default file manager, fast and convenient for light systems.

Some software installed on the system

Gpicview, Galculator, Atril, Picom, Mtpaint, Gpick, Firefox ESR, Sylpheed, Transmission, Abiword, Guvcview, Bleachbit, Gparted, Lxterminal, pcmanfm, pluma, Lightdm, Syanptic.

Download Besgnulinux Openbox 01-07, designed to be light, fast, useful, here.

Besgnulinux Openbox 01-07

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How to fix corrupted grub?


For some reason sometimes grub can get corrupted.
If the grub is corrupted, you will not be able to login to the system.
You will see the screen shown in the picture above.
But this problem is not a serious problem in linux environment, it can be fixed easily.

If you encounter a screen like the one in the picture, let's start solving it.
We can do this in two sessions.
We can solve it with it, whether from any system written to USB or if you have another system installed.
The procedure we will do is the same in both, there is no difference.
When you switch from USB to live session or other installed system, open the terminal and start executing the commands below in order.
With this command we get root right.

sudo -i

This command gives an output similar to the one below. Here we specify the partition we want to recover. It may be different for you, for example: /dev/sda2
sudo blkid

Separate partition with this command.
You write which partition you want to recover instead of XX at the bottom. It may be different for you, for example: /dev/sda2
Then paste them all into the terminal.

mount /dev/sdXX /mnt &&
mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev &&
mount --bind /dev/pts /mnt/dev/pts &&
mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc &&
mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys

With this command, we enter the system we want to recover.
chroot /mnt

Now that we have entered the system, we can edit the group.
If your system is old grub (bios mbr), let's set up the group with the command below.
apt install grub-common grub-pc grub-pc-bin grub2-common -y && update-grub

If your system is new efi (UEFI) and 64bit, let's set up the group with the command below.
apt-get install --reinstall grub-efi-amd64 -y && update-grub

If you have done it properly so far, let's exit the system by entering all of the commands below to the terminal.
exit &&
umount /mnt/sys &&
umount /mnt/proc &&
umount /mnt/dev/pts &&
umount /mnt/dev &&
umount /mnt

After the last operation, restart the system with the command below and then remove the USB.
systemctl reboot

After this simple process, the corrupted grub will be fixed and you will be logged into the system.

Fix "Waiting for device to be suspended/resumed" error


When you encounter a problem as in the title, a screen similar to the picture above will appear.
On this screen, the system starts up with an average delay of 1.30 minutes.
The source of the problem occurs when a partition of the disk, such as swap, is deleted or reformatted.
If you encounter such a problem, let's start troubleshooting.

Enter the command in the terminal to get the UUID of the partitions.

sudo blkid

It will give output similar to this.


Copy the UUID marked in red on the line that says swap.
Paste it in the specific place at the bottom.

UUID=PASTE-HERE none swap sw 0 0

First, delete the invalid swap value if it exists in the fstab file with this command.
sudo sed -i '/swap/d' /etc/fstab

Then paste this entire command into the terminal and print it to /etc/fstab.
echo "UUID=PASTE HERE none swap sw 0 0" | sudo tee -a /etc/fstab >> /dev/null

Paste the same swap value in the specific location below and paste the entire command to the terminal and print it to the file /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume.
echo "RESUME=UUID=PASTE HERE" | sudo tee -a /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume > /dev/null

Finally, enter the command below into the terminal.
If there is no output named resume, the operation was successful.
sudo update-initramfs -u

If the operation was successful, it will no longer wait for 1.30 minutes at boot.
Good luck.



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