The previous distro was discontinued due to incompatibilities across firmware and drivers, so I created a slim down version with just the basics.
*Note, this is x86 only
Now we have a working Network Manager applet on start up, customizable desktop based on XFCE instead of KDE. The distro is based upon JeOS( Just enough OS )as opposed to previous which was KDE4 based. Should now be only 500MB.
Added a Graphical UI where non existed.
Added in Nautilus file manager for ease of navigation.
Incorporated a couple of extra Wallpapers (couldn't / can't figure out how to change the default wallpaper as yet).
Packages included are :
gnu_ddrescue ( for data retrieval ).
gparted ( for partitioning ).
Nautilus ( file manager ).
rkhunter ( rootkit finder ).
Shotwell ( image viewer ).
Sleuthkit ( forensics cmd tool ).
Testdisk ( data recovery ).
More can be added when I have a sufficiently working distro.
This an Alpha build and it is not advised to be installed as a main system.
As before feedback is necessary so if you'd like to test you can download: HERE>>>
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This edition is a Live disc and can be burned to a CD or from a USB and booted up. It also contains a Hard Disk Image to install to disk.
Also contains VMWorkastation / Virtualbox (.vmdk) compatibility.
Last Edit: Aug 24, 2016 12:40:18 GMT by GuiltySpark: added bit status.
Will get around to this later on in the week. Still finalising the new cctv install at home. The cameras are wired BNC + power line. As I wanted better quality and a DVR I opted for this against my 'old' wireless system, which was complicated to setup with a recording system. Also much WiFi interference locally upset the view quality now and then. It is a pain running cables!!
Does New Atlemos have a video screen capture? Can a linux version be apt.getted? If not I will attempt to post a video from my little Fuji pocket camera.
Main testing will be surfing, sound/photo and perhaps video editing. The small install should be perfect for old (almost redundant machines) but completely serviceable for those tasks.
Edit: Mike I only added the Live files I could add in a Preload package but this may overwrite the Live option, I will do more exploring and testing on this but am just trying to get a working live disc before making it installable.
Last Edit: Sept 2, 2016 11:45:51 GMT by GuiltySpark: update