The LiveDVDs are also only available for x86 and amd64, but they contain a few complete graphical environments; KDE, Gnome, Xfce, Fluxbox, etc. They also have distfiles, so not only can you install a basic system, you can install a desktop and related packages if you want so that once you reboot you've got a very solid system.
spottedcat wrote:Message for Mike. No doubt you'll be including this on a future LXF cover DVD, but can I suggest you use the live DVD rather than the CD? It's 3.7 Gb but only available via bit-torrent.
The rest of us are still struggling with the easy-peasey Linuxes.
shifty_ben wrote:Let us know how the installer goes Spottedcat, but I am just going to be changing my profile
spottedcat wrote:.....I think I might try an install with 2007.0 because I read that the gtk installer has been 'fixed'........
spottedcat wrote:Gentoo's not that bad. Go on. You know you want to.
So I grabbed the bar and dragged it back, and dragged, and (a little like this post) dragged a truck load more. And eventually found the middle of the progress bar, the frickin MIDDLE!!! My estimates, based on progressbar progress, were that the install would take about 72hours on a 2.9GHZ dual core machine with 2GB RAM.
Needless to say, I bugged out.
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