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    Red face Wolvix Talk

    I just installed Wolvix on my hard drive and I am impressed. This is a very fast XFCE distro that you can load Gnome if you like. I have replaced Knoppix 5.0.1 with Wolvix Hunter 1.0.5 on my hard drive.

    I may install Wolvix Cub 1.0.5 on my older computer also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAV TUX View Post
    I just installed Wolvix on my hard drive and I am impressed. This is a very fast XFCE distro that you can load Gnome if you like. I have replaced Knoppix 5.0.1 with Wolvix Hunter 1.0.5 on my hard drive.

    I may install Wolvix Cub 1.0.5 on my older computer also.
    Surprised not to see more buzz about Wolvix Hunter...I found it better then Zenwalk overall.

    Wolvix GNU/Linux | Leader of the pack!
    Last edited by RAV TUX; December 31st, 2006 at 08:21 AM.

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    Hmn, I would have to see it to believe it. Is Wolvix not Debian-based? Have you done comparison on a machine like in the 64 MB RAM. I've got Zenwalk on a laptop with 64 MB RAM, sony laptop P III. I watch movies on this laptop under Zenwalk and Vector linux in the past with no laggs or skips. I am unable to do this with any of the Debian-based distros. It lags even a little with up to 128 MB put on it.

    In launching of apps, it is possible to get to near the same speed. However, in bootup and media playing, it is not close.

    I shall try the wolvix first as Ravtuk tends to be fairly accurate on things pertaining to other distros. If Wolvix is debian-based it would lead for all the other resaons that debian-based distros have such as autolaunch of CD or DVD and huge package repo. If it has speed equal to Zenwalk, it would trully be better. I doubt that though. Is Knoppix and Kanotix were the nearest Debian-based distros to match in performance.

    EDIT: I have tried dreamlinux, elive, mepis 3.3, knoppix, kanotix, ubuntu, sabayon, and pclinuxos - Only the slack-based ones produced the desired result. Sabayon looked very promising as well. However, I had the DVD install. Which included gnome, kde, etc. It installed fine though and XFCE ran fast, but bootup was slow and video rendering was slow as well.

    EDIT 2: Ravtux is probably correct. My mistake and lack of trying wolvix out. I used to think it was Debian-based, but it is slack-based as well. It like Vector linux uses xorg 6.8 or something less than xorg 7. This was my issue with Vectorlinux. I agree that it is probably as fast as Zenwalk, but not as bleeding edge as Zenwalk. I say thi, for example to have xgl or beryl features, you would need xorg 7 and greater. Until they move to xorg 7, they would not have beryl. However, for basic computing, I would bet that they may be slightly faster for an older PC. This was my experience with Vector Linux as well which is lightening fast.
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    Re: Wolvix Talk

    zenwalk is great don't get me wrong but Wolvix being another SLAX based distro is also awesome.

    Welcome to Wolvix GNU/Linux.
    Wolvix is a LiveDistro build from SLAX . It's a desktop and multimedia oriented Linux distribution designed to suite the needs of regular to advanced desktop users. Wolvix comes with the Xfce desktop environment and the Fluxbox window manager and includes a carefully selected group of development, graphics, multimedia, network and office applications.
    Features:
    • Modular: Customize Wolvix by adding additional software modules.
    • Portable: Bring Wolvix along wherever you go on CD or USB media.
    • Unintrusive: Clean and uncluttered desktop design.
    • Lightweight: Resource friendly desktop environment.
    http://wolvix.org/

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    Re: Wolvix Talk

    Wolvix | Hunter:


    screenshots | download mirrors | torrent | md5sum | packagelist | changelog

    About:
    Hunter is the large 'standard' version of Wolvix, it's designed to fit on 512MB USB Flash Drives and use Wolvix Cub as it's base. It includes more applications, a lot of games and larger packages like Samba, Java and libraries for printer support which it's younger brother Cub doesn't have. Wolvix Hunter is desktop and multimedia oriented operating system for everyday computing tasks , fun and entertainment. It comes with both the Xfce desktop environment and the Fluxbox window manager.
    New in the Wolvix 1.0.5 series is the Wolvix Control Panel (WCP) which is a suite of admin utillites. It's in early development, but still features a handfull of applications like the 'Wolvix Installer' which enables you to install Wolvix to your hard drive. (Both 'Normal' and 'Frugal' install.) And install Wolvix to a USB Flash Drive. WCP also has tools for X-window configuration and lets you start/stop and configure CUPS easily. (Wolvix Control Panel is developed by: Oithona.)

    Screenshots:

    Wolvix Hunter features these applications, a bunch of games and more:
    Development:
    • Medit, a useful programming and around-programming text editor.
    • SciTE, a generally useful editor with facilities for building and running programs.
    • KompoZer, a complete Web Authoring System to rival programs like FrontPage & Dreamweaver.
    • Bluefish, a powerful editor for experienced web designers and programmers.
    Graphics:
    • Comix, a image viewer specifically designed to handle comic books.
    • Gtkam, a frontend to gphoto2 digital camera access library.
    • Xara Xtreme, a powerful, general purpose graphics program.
    • Gimp, a tool for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.
    • GQview, an image viewer featuring single click file viewing, external editor support, thumbnail preview, and zoom features.
    • mtPaint, a simple painting program designed for creating icons and pixel based artwork.
    Multimedia:
    • gnormalize, an audio converter, encoder, ripper, meta data (tag) editor and audio cd player.
    • Grip, a CD player and CD ripper/encoder.
    • GnomeBaker, a CD/DVD burning application.
    • OGMRip, an application and a set of libraries for ripping and encoding DVD into AVI/OGM files using a wide variety of codecs.
    • dvd::rip, a full featured DVD copy program.
    • gtkpod, a GUI for Apple's iPod. It allows you to import your existing iTunes database, to add songs, podcasts, video and cover art and to edit ID3 tags.
    • Neutrino, a GUI for managing your Creative Nomad / DAP Jukeboxes.
    • MPlayer, a movie player which supports a wide range of video file formats.
    • VLC, a multimedia player for various audio and video formats, DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols.
    • Xine, a free multimedia player. It plays back CDs, DVDs, and VCDs.
    • Audacious, a multimedia player based on the look of WinAmp. It plays MPEG layer 1/2/3, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, all formats supported by libmikmod, and CD audio.
    • gmusicbrowser, a jukebox for large collections of mp3/ogg/flac audio files.
    • Audacity, a tool for recording and editing sounds.
    • streamtuner, a stream directory browser. It offers an intuitive interface to Internet radio directories.
    • EasyTAG, a utility for viewing and editing tags for MP3, MP2, MP4/AAC, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, MusePack and Monkey's Audio files.
    • Kino, a non-linear DV editor. It features excellent integration with IEEE-1394 for capture, VTR control, and recording back to the camera.
    Network:
    • Tunderbird, a full-featured email application.
    • BitTorrent, a tool for copying files from one machine to another.
    • gFTP, a multithreaded file transfer client.
    • GProFTPd, a fast and easy to use administration tool for the Proftpd standalone server.
    • Gaim, a multi-protocol instant messenger client.
    • XChat, a graphical IRC client.
    • Drivel, a client for working with online journals, also known as weblogs or simply blogs.
    • Wireshark, a network protocol analyzer, or "packet sniffer".
    • Pan, a Usenet newsreader useful for both text-based and binaries newsgroups.
    • Chestnut Dialer, a PPP dialing program.
    • Gnome PPX, a Broadband Connectivity Suite.
    • Grsync, a GUI for rsync, the command line directory synchronization tool.
    • GSAMBAD, an easy to use frontend for the SAMBA file and print server.
    • LinNeighbourhood, a GUI frontend running over Samba and Smbmount.
    • gSTM, a frontend for SSH tunneling.
    • tsclient, a frontend for rdesktop and other remote desktop tools.
    • Dillo, a very fast, extremely small Web browser.
    • Firefox, the award winning Mozilla's next generation browser.
    • WiFi Radar, a utility for managing, scanning, and auto-connecting to WiFi profiles.
    Office:
    • xCHM, a viewer for Compiled HTML Help (CHM) files.
    • Evince, a document viewer for multiple document formats like pdf, postscript, dvi and many others.
    • gLabels, a label and business card creation program.
    • NoteCase, a hierarchical text notes organizer (aka. outliner).
    • Leafpad, a simple text editor.
    • Gnumeric, a spreadsheet.
    • Xpad, a sticky note application that strives to be simple, fault-tolerant, and customizable.
    • AbiWord, a free word processing program similar to Microsoft® Word. It is suitable for a wide variety of word processing tasks.
    System:
    • Xarchiver, a lightweight frontend to arj,7z,rar,zip,tar,bzip, gzip and RPM.
    • emelFM2, a two-pane Northon Commander like file manager.
    • Xfe, a lightweight and fast MS-Explorer like file manager.
    • Firestarter, a visual firewall program.
    • Gnome Nettool, a set of front-ends to various networking command-line tools, like ping, netstat, ifconfig, whois, traceroute, finger.
    • Gslapt, a frontend to slapt-get, an APT like system for Slackware package management.
    • Gparted, hard drive partition editor.
    http://wolvix.org/node/379

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    Re: Wolvix Talk


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    Re: Wolvix Talk

    I've been rocking out to Wolvix for the past two months. I must say its use of both xfce & fluxbox are simply amazing. After one or two 'remix' CDs, Wolvix runs smoothly on my notebook (ndiswrapper and WPA_PSK never worked under ubuntu after the Dapper release).
    But for cons:
    Boot time can be slow at time. One would need to write a bash script to take care of common tasks (i.e. automount device, file search, etc). Xffm works, but I would love to see Thunar as the default file manager.
    Either / Or. I'm keeping Wolvix Cub for work travels.
    ~Cheers.

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    Re: Wolvix Talk

    Quote Originally Posted by slaging View Post
    I've been rocking out to Wolvix for the past two months. I must say its use of both xfce & fluxbox are simply amazing. After one or two 'remix' CDs, Wolvix runs smoothly on my notebook (ndiswrapper and WPA_PSK never worked under ubuntu after the Dapper release).
    But for cons:
    Boot time can be slow at time. One would need to write a bash script to take care of common tasks (i.e. automount device, file search, etc). Xffm works, but I would love to see Thunar as the default file manager.
    Either / Or. I'm keeping Wolvix Cub for work travels.
    ~Cheers.
    I found Wolvix faster and more reliable then Zenwalk.

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    explain faster though. Is that in bootup. Speed of launching apps, gaming, surfing the web, etc. Because this is what Zenwalk did better than the rest I have tried except maybe vectorlinux. Perhaps, the xorg 6.9 is an advantage in regards to this. I want to know why or how?

    I think I would soon get that distro as well. Can I add kde, gnome, etc on it, and enlightenment on it.
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