By the way, I did find another bug. When I click on Root Terminal in the menu, I get prompted for the root password and nothing happens after that.
Yep, I confirm this.
So do I. Here is the fix:
go to /usr/share/applications. Open the file gksu.desktop. Go down to the line that startx with "Exec=" and replace "gksu /usr/bin/xvt" by "gksu /usr/bin/sakura", or any terminal you like and are about to install. Or don't edit it and install urxvt-unicode, or xterm : that might be launched by the command of the /usr/share/applications/gksu.desktop file.
In my usual install that started xterm. xterm is not installed in the Openbox Mini, so I uninstalled it in my usual install and then nothing happened when starting it from the menu either. Therefore I went to the desktop files directory (the one I just told you) and did a grep in it to see where what that "Root Terminal". :
$ grep root *
and puf ! I found it.
I'll replace it with "sakura" in the next version, or maybe will look for a more elegant way. I'll see.
Now : rc-pppoe is installed, and the background is still black at first when starting it from a usb stick. I looked into the file .xsession-errors that is in the /home/guest directory, and it shows that "/usr/bin/pcmanfm -d &" has "segmentation error". (twice because in that one version I had put it twice with a "sleep 1" in between, in the autostart.sh file).
If a fix can't be found I'll give up the desktop icons, lxpanel, and will install tint2, tintwizard and let feh take care of the background. At least feh doesn't crash at login.
There are open source provided by Intel to use. Being shown as nonfree is correct as they are not GPL'ed.
Does that mean that they are not in the repositories actually ? If so, wouldn't you be willing to request the packages in the dedicated section ?Another question:
Do anyone know how idesk work and how goes the configuration ?