The ZenMini of netbook Linuxes
Aug 25, 2010, 13:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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"OpenSUSE isn't the only new distro at the Oa compound; I've
also replaced Easy Peasy on my netbook with PCLinuxOS, running the
GNOME ZenMini Desktop.
"There is certainly nothing wrong with Easy Peasy… If you
didn't know it's basically the latest Ubuntu Netbook Edition with
restricted codecs pre-installed. I've just been looking a more
traditional interface for my Eee PC, one with an additional virtual
desktop — four would be overkill but two is perfect. And
that's exactly what ZenMini gives me.
"As you can probably guess from its name, ZenMini is as much
about what's left out as what's included."