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PixieLive3-RC1   
 
Torrent PixieLive3-RC1

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Forum /index.php?page=forum&action=viewtopic&topicid=4116
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Info Hash aff572a22ceff3dd5769e26270b64d55cae48409
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Description Linux Live Distribution, netbook oriented, work well on GMA500 (a.k.a. polsbo, psb) equipped netbooks

http://www.pixielive.org

Highlights:

  • Settings saved in several different ways (if the boot device is writable):
  • some directories in the $HOME are mounted in the PixieLive3RC1 directory on your pendrive (Desktop, Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, Templates, Videos)
  • on demand save settings  (for normal settings, as usual in PixieLive)
  • live changes, for data and settings which change frequently (email {yes we have thunderbird}, dropbox {yes, it saves on your pendrive}, sticky notes, calibre, torrents, calendar {osmo}, wifi networks)
  • encrypted settings (for sensitive data {browsers, email, dropbox settings, pidgin, skype, filezilla, wifi passwords})
  • encrypted storage (~/Private directory encrypted, so you can safely save your sensitive documents on you pendrive)
  • Dropbox (which saves automatically on you pendrive)
  • Thunderbird (which saves automatically on you pendrive)
  • Enlightenment (ultra light desktop environment)

    Cheatcodes (to be specified on the bootloader "blue" screen):

  • fulllive -> disable every kind of persistent changes, nothing will be saved on your pendrive
  • nobind -> doesn't bind mount the data directories from the Pendrive to the $HOME
  • nochanges -> doesn't use the settings saved "on-demand"
  • nolivechanges -> doesn't use the live_changes (settings saved automatically, for email, sticky notes, calendar, dropbox and calibre)
  • encfs -> activate the encryption for sensitive data (changes, live_changes and directory Private), it will ask for a password
  • unsafepasswords -> allow the save-settings script to save unencrypted sensitive data (i.e. even if encfs is not used)
  • noload=packages,list > do not load the specified .lzm modules (e.g. noload=emgd -> do not load emgd-1.16.lzm module, the gma500_gfx kernel module will be used instead)
  • keepxorgconf -> avoid the system to replace the xorg.conf (if you saved it) when you using the emgd driver
  • zram -> enable zram (ram compression system) system
  • X=(no,e17,openbox,gnome,default) -> select the default desktop manager ("no" means X will not be started)
  • Xemgd=1024x768 -> change the default resolution for the emgd driver

    As usual PixieLive comes with a big software selection:

    Desktop environments:
  • Gnome-2.32.1 (default, with openbox as windows manager)
  • Enlightenment-0.17.1
  • Openbox

    Development:
  • gcc
  • qt-creator

    Games:
  • Crack-attack
  • Battle for Wesnoth
  • ZSnes (SNES emulator)

    Graphics:
  • Darktable (RAW images editor)
  • GIMP (Image editor)
  • Geeqie (Image Viewer)
  • Gtkam (Download your images from the camera)
  • Inkscape (Vector graphics editor)

    Editors:
  • gVim
  • Emacs

    Office:
  • Calibre (E-book library manager)
  • Freemind (Mind-mapping software)
  • LibreOffice (Free office suite)
  • LaTeX
  • Lyx (Frontend for LaTeX)
  • Osmo (Personal Organizer)
  • Texmaker (LaTeX development Environment)
  • TeXstudio (LaTeX development Environment)

    Internet:
  • Chromium (Open-source version of Google Chrome web browser)
  • Deluge (BitTorrent client)
  • Dropbox (Online files syncing)
  • FileZilla (FTP client)
  • Firefox (Web broswer, for license problems called Aurora in PixieLive)
  • Liferea (News, feed RSS reader)
  • Opera (Web browser)
  • Pidgin (Chat and istant messaging)
  • Skype (Chat, instant messaging and VoIP client)
  • Thunderbird (Mail and news reader, for license problems called EarlyBird in PixieLive)

    Multimedia:
  • Audacity (Record and edit audio files)
  • Cheese (Take photos and videos with the webcam)
  • Mplayer (Media player)
  • Rhythmbox (Audio player and organizer)

    Network Analysis:
  • Aircrack-ng
  • Ettercap
  • Kismet
  • Metasploit
  • Nmap
  • Zenmap
  • Wireshark

    Various:
  • Docky (The finest dock no money can buy)
  • Wine (For windows programs)
  • GParted (Partition manager)

    Known bugs:
  • RadeonHD cards are known to have some problems loading, if you can solve them, please let me know

    Notes:
  • If you want to try enlightenment you will have to logout from gnome, select enlightenment as session type, and login
  • You can change users passwords and save them with the "Save System Settings (/etc)" program
  • Default Username: pixielive     Password: pixielive
  • Default root Username: root          Password: toor

    Installation
    To install on a USB pendrive just:
  • extract the content of the iso on the pendrive
  • DO NOT RENAME the PixieLive3RC1 directory
  • change directory to PixieLive3RC1/boot
  • run the script ./bootinst.sh

    Disclamer:
  • This is a Release Candidate, it's not supposed to be 100% stable... I decline any liability for persons, property damage or especially direct, indirect, immediate or subsequent pecuniary loss which may result from the use of PixieLive3RC1. Especially excluded is liability for hardware damage, loss of data, alteration of data, or downtime.
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    AddDate 09/04/2013
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