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Bento Village October
« le: 17 octobre 2013 à 19:20:21 »
A new Bento Village is online since October 10th. There is a new image for the boot of the Live, (thanks to mimas), all up to date, tested in Virtualbox and in a laptop IBM T60. What has been tested is the install, the wifi, and it's about it. As always, the dynamic Applications menu can allow going with different setups:





It contains the same programs as in the former small versions: a text editor, (Mousepad), a web browser, (Midori), and many tools for the system and preferences settings. (The above menus show Libreoffice, which is not provided in this one version).


Here is the link to the ISO:
http://tyruiop.eu/~melodie/Downloads/ISOS/LinuxVillage/Ubuntu

PS: next one soon, hopefully with a new first image at the boot of the Live. http://askubuntu.com/questions/10258/how-to-change-live-cd-splash-screen

Thanks to caymus for pointing me to this page!

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Re : Bento Village October in progress
« Réponse #1 le: 23 octobre 2013 à 01:11:02 »
Hi,

The first boot image matter will be solved and also an error message after some updates, due to the fact I was re-using directly the plymouth-theme-ubuntu-text files direcly to make my own instead of creating a new one. I will try this method instead:
http://www.ubunturoot.com/2010/05/how-to-create-simple-plymouth-theme.html

Not with the image, but copying the file from the Ubuntu Plymouth text theme into a new directory having for name bento-theme-text, changing the name of the file and some of the content, then use the command lines from that page:
sudo update-alternatives --install /lib/plymouth/themes/default.plymouth default.plymouth /lib/plymouth/themes/simple/simple.plymouth 100
sudo update-alternatives --config default.plymouth
sudo update-initramfs -u
Of course I will not need sudo because I am already in a chroot, the one provided by the Ubuntu Builder terminal.

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