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Topic # 116821 11-May-2013 00:39
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I've released an alpha preview of whats to come in 1.0.6 circa September 2013.
You can read the full announcement here - https://www.linuxdistrocommunity.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=967




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  Reply # 817826 15-May-2013 07:47
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I'm going to download this now and run it in VirtualBox. I'm a bit reluctant to move away from Ubuntu at this stage but I do like trying new things.

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  Reply # 820921 17-May-2013 07:21
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Couldn't get the alpha version working in VirtualBox, it stalled at the live menu. Downloaded 1.0.4 though and played around with it a bit. The addition of the third party repos from the word go is a good idea, certainly adds to the choices. One thing I'd like (personally) to see it an option to install compiz and emerald as the default window manager via a script, like some of the other additions. I realise the OS is directed at computers with limited resources, but I just don't think I could live without wobbly windows ;).

For what it's worth, those wallpapers are outstanding as well. Good job.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 821275 17-May-2013 16:49
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Hi Tim,

Check the md5sum of the iso file, and make sure network is set to bridged on VB.




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  Reply # 821450 18-May-2013 08:38
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Nice, got it working now in VB. Will there likely be a 64 bit version in the future? It's probably about the only thing holding me back at the moment since I have a quad core, and I'm not big on dual booting.

edit - Actually I've just scoured the LinuxDistroCommunity forums and found the answer is not yet. I'll keep playing around with it in VB though.

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  Reply # 825141 25-May-2013 10:14
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You know linuxliteos.com is down?

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  Reply # 825143 25-May-2013 10:17
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What distro is this based on, if any?






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  Reply # 825166 25-May-2013 12:26
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Thanks Tim, site is back up now. Even with a CDN our host is getting more and more traffic each month.
danielfaulknor - Linux Lite is based on the Ubuntu LTS series of releases, more info www.linuxliteos.com




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