Linked by Flavio Villanustre on Sun 4th Sep 2005 17:11 UTC
Linux Elive is a Live CD featuring Enlightenment as the only window manager (and desktop shell too). Its version 0.1 was mostly an alpha release, and while E16 ran fine, E17 was severely broken in many aspects. Elive 0.3 fixes most of those problems and presents E17 at a point where it's perfectly usable for the day-to-day desktop. Read the review here. Update: screenshots.
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RE[2]: food stuff
by VenomousGecko on Mon 5th Sep 2005 04:29 UTC in reply to "food stuff"
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I am not saying that E17 does not look cool but to say that they are "outcoding the two biggest DE's" is saying a bit much. E17 is NOT a DE and it does not have nearly the features of KDE/Gnome. The way I see E17 is that it is a functioning proof of concept but not necessarily going to give KDE and/or Gnome a run for their money.

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