Hootie, what she does when you try to tell her anything.
(just kidding) or maybe not!
Hi Texstar, hi Hootiegibbon,
I certainly do care about what the people say, this is why I bring the Openbox versions to be tested here. There are many persons testing very well here and bringing back excellent feedback.
if you are right for M4
, and if it is needed, I'll add it. I think last year it was not in the iso and all worked fine for everybody who used it since.
About the licence I don't know what you are talking about, could you be more clear ? I have done Bonsai starting from cli iso, and didn't remove any licence from it.
About the difference in the halt
files in Texstar's official KDE iso and the version we currently have I also am right, and it makes a difference. For python I am not sure yet.
, could you tell me what packages you are talking about ?nss and glibnetworking
= no ssl : Do you need ssl in any kind of install ? ie : a file server at home ?
For the tests, I do have Bonsai on a real machine : it's a Dell P4. I do a few remasters in Virtualbox now because it's a no go in the Dell with the last version I installed : no tty's; no remaster. I'll install the one done last night on the P4 and if I can get it to work correctly, will remaster it from there again.
python : it does not look absolutely necessary on a system which is meant to build what you want on top of it. But I will reinstall it if I come to the conclusion that we can't go without it (some users in another distribution have got rid of it in a full install so I wanted to see how that works here without it)/!\
All theses are test versions. At the end I could very well start over from the 2010 11 which is in the repositories.Conclusion 1 :
the Openbox full and the Education, also build on Bonsai but containing normally all necessary packages, such as python and many others, do meet with a shutdown that reboots after 20 seconds. Having done research about that with google, the only entries found "reboot 20 seconds after shutdown" are on Windows XP machines !! Conclusion 2 :
do you think it would be better if I change "Bonsai" to a "real mini" ? I mean, instead of producing the small version "to make you own easily on top of it" (sort of a "cli iso enhanced"...) rather do something that is a bit bigger, and more at the level of a Zen mini or a Lxde mini ? Should I start a new topic with a poll ?
PS: siamer told me he makes all the Zen mini published on Virtualbox, and has not met trouble... I don't publish isos done in Virtualbox. (The first year only, in 2009, but I moved backword with that, for more safety)
PS 2 : I do actually meet with problems with nouveau
driver on Dell P4
with nvidia 8400gs