obviously someone downloaded the first scrivlin version!
So I’ve got copies of serveral puplets today (I’ve been playing with puppy about a month ago) and started testing. most important to me are te NaNoWriMo and graphpup versions. barebones’ really interesting as well. I’m still going to stick with Enlightenment though for there seems no other way of configure the virtual desktops differently (at least I didn’t find a working solution – any suggestions are appreciated though [especially with xfce or joe])
No, I’m not dead! Neither is scrivlin! I’m still working on that streaming server so I don’t find much time to work on scrivlin but I do! I’m playing around with gOS but I’m just right below 700MB right now. There’s still a lot missing on that scrivlin version though so it’s again gonna be a dvd! Now I’m seriously thinking of giving Puppy or Zenwalk another chance (since the new zenwalk version detects my hardware)
It’s been a hard week till now! Setting up two web-servers and trying to get another multimedia streaming server up and running aren’t the best conditions for effectively working on the next scrivlin version. I’ve been playing around with gOS2 beta though and found it quite usefull so maybe…
I’m trying to finish scrivlin within this month, publish it, get the wiki going by the end of February so I can publish a second version before I quit my job at the end of March and loose the possibility of playing around with dozens of computers at the same time.
Yes, that’s what we always do…fortunately! Anyway…the very first version of scrivlin can be found here. I recommend to use it only as a first insight into scrivlin though. It is stable allright but as mentioned in my last post, things wont get much smaller with geubuntu.I allready played around with DL…