You, brokenman, win the internet. Also for the "walls and Windows" reply.brokenman wrote:Aaahh. Surfin those porn sites are you?
I presume he is not and he really hates the CLI... But that is his issue and shortcomings, not ours. And we sure will keep the CLI in Porteus.82issa wrote:I think he is being sarcastic.
He could tweak his very own brand of live Linux if he wants it to be without any CLI, but even Witless OS crated a CLI that now uses "ls" and such... :-)
Still, a down-trimmed of KDE is still more bloated than LXDE, tiny-desktop and even XFCe ...wread wrote:I can smell a down-trimmed version of kde4 -32bits- could be a best seller.
If we keep ourselves in the bleeding edge of development, we could organize and sell, worldwide, thousands of usb-sticks already loaded with the last versions of Porteus for the cost of the sticks plus the cost of loading the OS plus the cost of distributing them, with brief instructions in the package.
My goal is to find all the little needed programs that come without any large libraries so they could be used with LXDE, tiny-desktop or XFCe instead.
Like geany (IDE, syntax highlighting editor, also has the ability to remember recently opened files that leafpad cannot do) - comes on 64 bit and 32 bit. Don't get fooled by the seemingly low version number of 0.20. It is stable and a great lil' program already!
I not have found the perfect screen capture utility so far to replace the KDE one. mtpaint can do that (and is a versatile graphics editor as well), but I dunno if that exists in 64 bit as well...