Mr_Shifty wrote:I mentioned it in my review, but it's worth bringing up here for clarity. I think the menu items listed as "Software Manager" and "Update Manager" need to be relabeled "mintInstall" and "mintUpdate", respectively, so that they're consistent with other Linux Mint editions/releases.
reimero wrote:Also: Backup Tool/mintBackup.
palmito_bom wrote:The screenshot app for fluxbox would be fine. I'm hoping these updates (they are sounding pretty minor) and roll into the beta version without a fresh install.-- I've got my fstab file and boot options all set up for my netbook's ssd. BTW real battery life seems a smidge (I'd say about 3-4%) better on Mint LXDE vs Fluxbox on my ASUS 901 netbook
vger7 wrote:The only problem I have is with htop.
I need to run it in a terminal.
Trying to run it from the menu gives me an error.
xterm: Can't execvp -e: No such file or directory
No big deal, just an annoyance.
Unfortunately that's the nature of htop. There is a graphical taskmanager in the menu.
Hutch wrote:My only problem with LXDE RC1 so far is that I can't install + play Wesnoth. It says that it appears to download and says it's installed. But clicking on the icon does nothing.Also after removing, autoremoving and purging there is still a dead link to wesnoth in the games category. Otherwise I really love this version of my favourite distro. Congratulations on a fantastic effort so far.
Hutch wrote:One other small point. I was wanting to use docky for gnome-do but needed compositing for it. I can't find a display-config. option like the main edn. Can this be worked around?
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