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  1. #11
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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    And this is why I stick to these forums. Thanks, mips!

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Quote Originally Posted by MG&TL View Post
    And this is why I stick to these forums. Thanks, mips!
    Hi Mike, looks real nice, I'll have to try it when I find my brain!

    I have an old ver of Manjaro and Bridge which has a ton of junk in it.
    Seems like fun...

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Hi folks,

    I'm sending this to let you know that I'm working on the virtual machines.

    The latest Maui development snapshot works on both VirtualBox and qemu-kvm using the framebuffer. Of course the compositor doesn't have very good performance ontop of the framebuffer but it's decent.

    Latest build of the mesa-full-wayland patch also has fixes for llvmpipe which is now working with Wayland compositors.
    This might be useful for VMware which has the vmwgfx driver although I havent tested it yet.

    Stay tuned!

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    this project looks very interesting.
    Desktop: Windows 8 x64 | Intel Core i5-2500 | 16 GB DDR3 1333 | ATI 6950 2gb | 64gb Vertex 2/320gb/750gb/1tb hdd
    Laptop: System76 Lemur Ultra | Xubuntu 13.04 x64 | 2.5Ghz Intel Core i5-3210m | 8GB DDR31600 | Intel HD4000 | 500GB 7200rpm hybrid hdd

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Any body get Hawaii, Maui to work ?

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Quote Originally Posted by cecilpierce View Post
    Any body get Hawaii, Maui to work ?
    I had Hawaii working on Archbang few months ago, there wasn't much to see back then. but I messed up that installation, so I don't know what Hawaii is like recently. The last pre-alpha image of Maui gave me a segfault at line 10 when trying to run, but I think they will release a new alpha build soon as Phoronix had an article that Hawaii has been successfully ported to Weston compositor. They have some pics and a couple videos (though they are a bit dated) at the Maui G+ community.

    https://plus.google.com/communities/...12299360329015

    The eventual desktop will be something like the mockups shown here, I think.

    http://wiki.maui-project.org/Hawaii/Design/DesktopShell
    Last edited by DisappearingOak; April 4th, 2013 at 06:03 PM.

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Seems Gnome 2 ish in its double panel design.

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Any news on Maui-project ? I have it working good in Bridge64 linux, still waiting for the installable iso !

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Looks Ugly like Gnome 2 and no suport for Ubuntu. I will have to pass on this.

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    Re: Hawaii Desktop Environment

    Looks great to me...

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