Another major step is done: An easy to use graphical frontend is added to adjust some final settings before starting into the desktop. The functions currently implemented are:
Start of the X-Server to automatically detect the graphics card:
Install LessLinux to an USB stick:
Use or create encrypted containers:
Set the user password:
Adjust monitor driver and resolution:
Currently installation to USB stick and creation of encrypted containers does not do a check of free space. So you have to take care yourself. Besides that those functions work very well.
If you want to help, plese download the latest development build and run it.
- Many updates of individual packages
- Xvesa not the only Xserver anymore, Xorg with drivers or Ati, Nvidia, Intel and Openchrome added
- Mousewheel now works in Xvesa
- XFCE updated to 4.6.1
Please provide feedback: I would be thankful if you provided me with some feedback regarding graphics and resolution on your hardware. If something does not work perfectly, please describe the problem and send me you hardware information so I can work on a solution. You might prepare an USB stick with an empty folder “hwinfo”. LessLinux writes an archive with lots of hardware information to this folder. Send me the content along with a description of your problem and I will try to solve it.
What’s next: I am now working on separating message strings from the tools to prepare some internationalization. WLAN support also has a high priority and the mount tool should follow soon.
Where to get it: Please download Lesslinux build 20090528-0856 from download.lesslinux.org/testing/