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My design philosophies
I aim my NelsonOS to be a LESS IS MORE respin from GeckoCinnamon, OpenSuSE, LMDE (and forums here), Cub Linux (DISCONTINUED), Joli OS (DISCONTINUED), BBQlinux (DISCONTINUED), with their key features but my size to be about (even below)
- You would like to test my Tinysoft.com distro virtually first.
- Androids just need to mount it thru DriveDroid, and the ROOTED alternative apps.
- This distro is released every astronomical terms.
You should have been ready to me if…
- First of all, you never mind bleeding (cutting) edge, hence you NEVER mind UNstability, esp you have been a developer.
- You need to keep testing the new apps (like Debian
sid), esp you have been a developer.
- You are not lazy, hence never mind to keep upgrading, esp you have been a developer.
- Your security standard has been higher than avg, esp you have been a developer.
- Your wifi has been poor, if you instead have no wireless devices, your ethernet has been unstable.
- Finally, you might NOT switch to a rolling distro unless you are ok to a slight majority of the above rolling traits.
Where have been your source models?
- Axel, Prozilla, rEFInd, Telegram source models have been included in NelsonOS for your furthermore developments.
- The Tumbleweed apps repo and the source models repo have been maintained AT ALL by the OpenSuSE project, and freely available here.
- Finally, I have NOT YET composed my own apps to be installed under my OS appliance, hence common seeing NOTHING which you have been reading my codes.
The similar projects
They HAVE BEEN GeckoCinnamon, OpenSuSE, LMDE and WERE Cub Linux, Joli OS, BBQlinux
GeckoLinux, a famous OpenSuSE multi-spin (approx) since 2001
Rolling model is my only branch, unlikely GeckoLinux has rolling, ‘next’ (to static), finally static release models, Cinnamon (NelsonOS and default), GNOME (for GnomeOS), KDE (for PlasmOS) have been up to now my only GUI, unlikely GeckoLinux has ALMOST ALL choices of GUI.
Both of us are
.rpm based and both have been OpenSuSE-derived spins, hence sharing the SuSE communities.
OpenSuSE, the base for SuSE studio
I have been approx 1 to 8 in size to OpenSuSE, and Cinnamon is my default GUI but GNOME and KDE are OpenSuSE ones, although both of us have provided them.
Both of us are
.rpm based and I have been derived on it, hence sharing the SuSE communities.
LMDE (Linux Mint Debian edition), the base for my Cinnamon GUI.
.rpm based, but LMDE is Aptitude and Synaptic and
.deb based, but I still provide apt-rpm commands within Zypper, finally I am still half sized to LMDE though I have Chromium browser, WebKit, Android tools, virtual clients preloaded.
Both of us use Cinnamon as our default GUI.
Cub Linux and Joli OS, the Ubuntu-derived Chromium spins (DISCONTINUED)
.rpm based, but they were Aptitude and Synaptic packaging system and
.deb based, but I still provide apt-rpm commands within Zypper, with my WebKit, Android tools, virtual clients pre-built but they didn’t, finally they WERE OVER more than a year.
Both of us have been inspired under Google’s Chromium OS and have prebuilt with Chromium browser.
BBQlinux, an Arch-derived Android developments spin (DISCONTINUED)
(NOT TO BE CONFUSED with DEBIAN-derived LinuxBBQ other than ARCH-derived BBQlinux THANKS??? READ MORE HERE)
pcr have been exclusively Arch users repo and Parabola communities repo, but PCR have been Parabola only. READ MORE HERE)
I am Zypper and RPM based, but BBQlinux was ArchPacman and
.pkg.txz based, and was provided with the the sources for AOSP (Android FOSS projects), hence Android custom ROMs, but I have just prebuilt the FUNDAMENTAL Android tools.
By Chromium features excluded, we both have our Android tools and prebuilt for the Android developers.
Live CD / DVD (.iso)
Use this format if you want to burn your appliance on CD or DVD. This is the easiest way to prepare bootable media. Simply download the .iso file and burn it to disk via any existing OS.
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