Cool! Just saw this. When I get access to decent bandwidth I'm going to grab a copy and make a live/persistent drive and give it a whirl.
VLC is included in my Expirion linux v3.0.8 it is the main media player - I can add Palemoon but it is based on an old version of Firefox version 28 I think, so I decided for FirefoxCool! Just saw this. When I get access to decent bandwidth I'm going to grab a copy and make a live/persistent drive and give it a whirl.
I've been a day-to-day use linux convert for a year or so now. Ain't no going back. I've played around with Ubuntu, Mint, Debian and few of the "lites". Years ago I was using Red Hat 3.0 for game servers but I was so far out of my depth and needed so much help I think I alienated my geek pals.
Will you ever consider adding in support for Pale Moon or Brave browsers? And a dumb question, is it even possible to build in a native version of VLC?
I work on it in my spare time maybe a year now altogetherI moved away from windows about 18 months ago and am using LM19.3 at the moment I just tried LM20 but could not get my routers attached hard drive to show up (that shows my level of expertise!) and went back to LM19.3 as it works fine in that ............... so I will download and make a usb live edition of your OS and have a play as it is always fun to try new linux offerings (but I am a sucker for pretty!!) .........
UPDATE: I have been playing with Expirion Linux for a number of hours today actually using it now, and think it is pretty good, got my printers and network hard drive working okay, loaded Nemo file mangager and liked it, very lean and fast, a fine job, so well done GEOINTAnalyst ..... how long were you working on this project?
I start with a mini Ubuntu CD about 74MBs in size and build from there here is for 20.04 : http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/focal/main/installer-amd64/current/legacy-images/netboot/ --then click on mini.iso to downloadI always thought about making my own distro, just didn't know what the process was. Is there some kind of guide you use?
Expirion-18.04.8-amd64 - Rolling Release Update 02Aug2020
Expirion is based on Xubuntu 18.04 about 2.0 GBs in size
Canonical Kernel has been upgraded to 5.4.0-42
LibreOffice upgraded to 6.4.5
Mozilla Firefox upgraded to 79.0.0
Mozilla Thunderbird upgraded to 68.10.0
BleachBit upgraded to 4.0
qBittorrent upgraded to 4.2.5
Plus several other internal,security and firmware updates