Linux.com: STUX Live CD: Some Technical Difficulties
Feb 13, 2007, 00:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"STUX is a Slackware/Knoppix-powered live CD with the
Morphix-like ability to build a custom ISO. While the combination
has high potential, this implementation leaves something to be
desired. It's worth the experience if you enjoy using new
distributions, but if you're looking to replace your current
desktop OS, look elsewhere.
"After I downloaded and burned STUX version 0.9.2, it booted
properly and brought me to a fully configured system at a graphical
desktop with very busy wallpaper. Instead of using a simple
background to help contrast the icons, the distribution used a
painting by Stefan Stux, the distribution's namesake. I soon found
that a different painting of his was selected at each boot. While
my first impression of having such a busy background was negative,
I soon began to look forward to seeing what new and interesting
painting would show up at each boot. After I got used to them I
thought they gave STUX a unique touch..."
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