ELive Linux!!!

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  1. JGuru

    JGuru Well-Known Member

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    ELive Linux is a Debian-based Linux distro. It's powered by Enlightenment
    Window Manager, which is light-weight, eye-candy, fast & stable environment.
    It's a Live CD & Install CD, so you can boot as a Live CD & if you like it, install it.

    Features:

    * Powered by Enlightenment Window Manager, which is lightweight, uses less
    System resources & also stable & secure.
    * Install any package through apt-get or Synaptic.
    * Fully customized desktop
    * Excellent hardware detection
    * Control Panel (ElPanel) to configure devices etc.,
    * Fast & stable

    Download Elive Linux from here

    If you want to preview how an Enlightenment Window Manager looks like,
    See this Image. Click on the Image to view a larger picture.
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  2. ~Phenom~

    ~Phenom~ The No.1 Stupid

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    whoa , looks cool.
     
  3. gary4gar

    gary4gar GaurishSharma.com

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    how is the support for it??
    i am sure i will need plenty:D
    also i thinking of uninstalling ubuntu so which linux to go for??
    i am thinking of fedora core 5
    anymore suggestions??
     
  4. Sykora

    Sykora I see right through you.

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    If you really want a window manager which is light on resources, try ratpoison.
     
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    Pathik Google Bot

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    jguru u rock... @ gary try fc5 or suse 10 or mandriva 2k6...
     
  6. djmykey

    djmykey Let the music play.....

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    One heck of a desktop man!!!
     
  7. mehulved

    mehulved 18 Till I Die............

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    If the problem in Ubuntu is debian based, then go this won't help much as this is again debian based distro.
    So, it will as always have solid support from the debian community.
     
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    praka123 left this forum longback

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    yeah.debian based distros are always misinterpreted 4 its superior package management and "discover".all happens due 2 n00bs hearing only 1 word always:
    Red Hat
     
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    JGuru Well-Known Member

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    Yes, Debian-based distros are superior than the RPM based ones. @Prakash, it's due
    to lack of understanding. What can we say. Thank you all for the compliments.
    @Gary, if you like 'ELive' Linux. Then download & install it.
     
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  10. aditya.shevade

    aditya.shevade Console Junkie

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    Looks pretty good.
     
  11. gary4gar

    gary4gar GaurishSharma.com

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    well i am downloading fedora core 5 but downloading 5 cd's is the pain in a$$ with a 256 dataone connection.any way to shorten download??
     
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    @Gary, You wastage electricity & also the bandwith!! Better buy it from www.buylinuxdvd.com
    Buy a Fedora 5 DVD (32-bit) bootable for Rs 99/- + Courier charges.
    You won't get a Fedora DVD cheaper than that!!
     
  13. gary4gar

    gary4gar GaurishSharma.com

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    well i think i will download them all!:D
    also if in future any one wants fc5 just sent me the blank media & and i will foward u thorugh vpp no charges!

    i think open source should be free in true sense
     
  14. thilina

    thilina From Sri Lanka

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    I am from sri lanka.Xan you swnd it to me??
     
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    can digit give this linux on cd on october isssue
     
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    yeah...i just submitted my request on "by demand section"...:)
     
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    Really cool.. Read it in LFY
     
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    thilina From Sri Lanka

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    cant anyone a CD 4 me??
     
  19. chesss

    chesss mera kutch nahi ho sakta

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    which version of enlightenment is installed?
    e16 or e17 ?

    To be frank I can't find one decent theme for e16, my icewm windows manager on puppy linux looks way better than anything I can get for enlightenment.
     
  20. rakeshishere

    rakeshishere HELP AND SUPPORT

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    Nice distro..WIll give it a try...and b/w i likd the font stlyle in the image
     
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