October 10th, 2005, 11:33 PM
Looking at Berry Linux
Well I finally took the CD- and popped it in a machine I have here to check out Berry Linux. My first impression is higher than I am right now. The start up screen is adorable. There are a bunch of Penguines standing around and it has a screen not to far from GRUB asking what you'd like to do, you can boot it up, install it, boot up a Live CD in English or do some other small things or even boot to a command prompt.
From there you see a screen that's a mix of SUSE (The text looks exactly like SUSE but the GUI / Shell you're watching Linux boot with is HIGHLY CUSTOMIZED and looks AWESOME)
after that and the desktop loads, you'll see a small Kitten and a KDE desktop (Looks like 3.4) and of course a small Kitten.
In the KDE menu is a Berry Linux little installer and a hole sub folder of Berry apps.
The KDE loading screen has the Mac OS / Linux Penguins and they look great with the over all look.
you have the options for install right from the live CD with TWO methods for installation. Over all I really like it and may install it. The version I have isn't even 1.0 yet and it's already good.
December 16th, 2005, 02:32 AM
other than cool images (kittens? ) and boot options, any other good stuff
like software, cool configuration options, hardware detection, etc.?
i guess ill have to check it out this weekend while im installing linux servers
btw- i could use some help configuring, i just might give you ip and a login for ssh. if anyone is interested pm me, its a security threat, i know, but i wouldnt say yes to just anyone, and i can always wipe and startover anyway
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December 16th, 2005, 05:33 PM
Haha sure man I'll back door yor server.... I mean.... Help you configure it
To answer your question though, it's more like just another Linux bootable. It's pretty though and you can install it to a HD.
December 16th, 2005, 05:52 PM
Sure i need someplace to store my l337 w4r3z , honestly you'd have to be stupid to let someone remotely connect to your system. Let alone give out your Ip and a ssh account your just asking for trouble..
btw- i could use some help configuring, i just might give you ip and a login for ssh.