keljaden wrote:While I agree that Elive looks good, there are a number of things that distro does wrong...most of them in the MORAL department such as hiding their $15 charge...oh and charging their users for openoffice...
As far as MoonOS, they will be releasing MoonOS4 in the fall this year (they pushed the release back).
MoonOS is good, but doesn't use Ecomorph.
Then you have openGEU...which is still using 8.10 That is way to old and most likely has secure holes at this point as security updates for it have been cancelled.
The only way it could happen for mint if a developer who was really motivated wished to do it.
xetaprime wrote:Hey all!
Just wanted to give a tip in case anyone has been having similar issues with some icons not showing up in Itask-ng. I installed kmix and ksnapshot and couldn't get them to show by editing the icon directly. What I did was go to /usr/share/applications/kde4 and edit the application there. Right click, then on properties and you can select an icon from there or your home folder. Cool beans I've also got remastersys working so I can make a working backup-awesome!!!
from the desktop of my live dvd
vascodagama wrote:I really think that there should be a good, up to date, distro for people to try out E17, perhaps with a Mint base... If anybody starts a new project involving E17, please let me know and I will try to help you the best that I can...
Nick_Djinn wrote:vascodagama wrote:I really think that there should be a good, up to date, distro for people to try out E17, perhaps with a Mint base... If anybody starts a new project involving E17, please let me know and I will try to help you the best that I can...
There is OzOS, OpenGEU and MoonOS....you can add their repositories to Mint, MoonOS being the closest to Mint and OZos also being Ubuntu based plus OpenGEU WAS Ubuntu but now Debian....maybe with Mint Debian? I like all 3.
I think MoonOS actually was based on Mint, but I dont know if they have ecomorph yet....do they?
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