"SAM Linux Desktop, an Xfce-fronted distribution based on
PCLinuxOS, aims to be a complete and modern desktop operating
system. Though it has problems that need to be worked out before it
will match the competition, it offers an easy install, a 3-D
desktop environment, and a flurry of programs to suit your
"The SAM install image is actually a live CD with the option to
install. I was able to choose my Dvorak layout on boot by pressing
F3, and SAM correctly set the layout for the system keyboard as
well as the setting under X. Most distributions set one or the
other, but rarely both..."
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