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  1. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    @th3pun15h3r, thanks for your positive feedback and glad that you like the concept. The slow right-click menu is fixed in a recent update to 1.1.Aerosnap is included and bound to Super+alt+arrow...
  2. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Hi mJayk and thanks for your interest :)



    At the moment, Chromixium is in Alpha status. What does that mean? Well, it doesn't mean it's unstable, what it means is that it contains a number of...
  3. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Yes i did. I looked at both :)

    Chrome OS Linux is undeveloped since at least late 2012, so not much help to me. Chrome OS has moved on a lot in that time. Cr OS was based on SUSE, Chromixium is...
  4. New Chromixium Release Out Now for Download

    Hello everyone

    I am pleased to announce a new release of Chromixium which is ready for download now:
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/chromixium/files/?

    The new version is still in Alpha...
  5. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Excellent, thanks for reporting back. Could you let me know what model netbook it is? My next release will be out in a few weeks. Thanks :p
  6. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Great glad it works and hope you enjoy using it. If you have any more questions feel free to ask.
  7. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Hi Conor5

    First of all, thanks for your interest in my project :). But sorry that you aren't able to try it out at the moment :(.

    I can confirm that UNetbootin does work with the ISO, but your...
  8. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Hi everyone

    Just wanted to update you all on the progress of this project...

    I have had a busy week working on documentation as promised and you can now view and download a quick start guide...
  9. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    iThanks :) though It might be a little while coming. The Alpha is pretty solid, just a little rough around the 'internal' edges, so to speak.



    I have got unattended-upgrades set to install...
  10. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Thank you - it is Openbox, honest :D

    And, yes, Unetbootin is the supported method of transferring the ISO to a USB stick - it also offers persistence. It's in the Ubuntu repos.

    I have uploaded...
  11. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    A quick update:

    A new Alpha is out and I have a new website or you can follow me on Google+.

    Download the latest version here:
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/theme-ix/

    I have been amazed...
  12. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Hello everyone

    Thanks for all the excitement :D Remember, it's only an alpha and there will be a few teething problems, like this one...

    If you want to install it in VirtualBox (or any...
  13. Chromixium - screenshots

    Here are some screenshots to whet your appetites!

    http://2imgs.com/2i/t/10e0b69c4f.jpg http://2imgs.com/2i/t/55b5e3c91a.jpg ​ http://2imgs.com/2i/t/33d385af7c.jpg

    ...
  14. Re: Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Debian based distros are what I know best. Plus I needed to recreate Chrome OS, rather than integrate the Ash desktop into regular Linux. I am already aware that you can run the Chrome development...
  15. Chromixium - new Ubuntu based ChromeOS 'clone'

    Hello all

    I am pleased to announce a new downloadable live ISO of my new project Chromixium:
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/theme-ix/files/Chromixium/

    This is an attempt to recreate...
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    Re: Finding a **secure light weight browser

    How much malware actually targets Linux though? Whilst it is technically possible, is it worth worrying about to the extent of running noscript all the time? Genuine question.
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    Re: Trouble finding a **secure light weight browser

    333 MHz is a bit on the slow side but check your hard drive. A relatively cheap SSD could massively improve performance. Multitasking is largely controlled by the processor anyway, not so much by...
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    Re: Reviews of Docks for XFCE

    OK fair enough!



    Dockbarx only increases RAM usage by 10-20MB at most which I would not class as bloat. I use Windows 7/8 everyday at work and I do find the taskbar helps productivity in a...
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    Re: Trouble finding a **secure light weight browser

    Midori has adblock, Flash block and custom scripts. I haven't tried it in ages but the Arch wiki has some useful info: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Midori

    In the end it might be better to...
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    Re: Reviews of Docks for XFCE

    I have updated my blog post now to clarify what I am talking about :)



    But surely if you want something to work more like OS X you would want a dock? After all, it's one of its stand-out...
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    Re: Reviews of Docks for XFCE

    Do you find it buggy? It crashed for me on numerous occasions (on Debian Jessie)... Highly configurable, but I just couldn't live with it or recommend it to others (yet).
  22. Re: What computer setup(s) have you tried *buntu or other Linux on?

    Installed and using Xubuntu 14.04 on a Lenovo 3000 C200 laptop. It shipped with Vista, then I upgraded to 7 and 8, but only now is it running nice and smooth:
    Intel(R) Core(TM) Duo CPU T2350 @...
  23. Re: Systemback - Software to make an image of your installed OS

    Thanks, sounds good. I'll definitely be testing it soon :)
  24. Re: Systemback - Software to make an image of your installed OS

    But Remastersys is no longer developed and as I understand each new Ubuntu version breaks Remastersys (I am happy to be corrected). BlackLab Linux took the code and redeveloped it for their own...
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    Re: GMX email client?

    I use GMX, but the other way around - I collect emails from GMX into Gmail!

    I too have searched the web interface but can't see any obvious way to import contacts full stop. You can create a...
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