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Before we dive in head first, we need to have a solid list of what software we want to include, where its coming from, who's going to help maintain it, etc, etc, etc.



Current package.list:
Code:
aufs2
aufs2-util
base
base-devel
bash
coreutils
cpio
dhcpcd
dnsutils
file
fuse
kernel26
syslinux
nano
xorg
yajl
xf86-input-mouse
xf86-input-synaptics
xf86-input-evdev
xf86-input-keyboard
hal
dbus
openbox
wicd
alsa-utils
alsa-oss
pacman
feh
thunar
ntfs-3g
gamin
conky
gksu
gtk2
wireless_tools
mesa
libgl
python
perl
python-notify
ttf-ms-fonts
ttf-bitstream-vera
ttf-dejavu
sudo
pypanel
Currently being added:
Code:
terminator
lm_sensors

Edited by xtascox - 4/27/10 at 3:50pm
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Well, this is the list that I came up with so far:
  • XFCE 4.6.1
  • conky 1.7.1.1
  • nvclock 0.8b4
  • PerlMon 0.2.0
  • rovclock 0.6e
  • simpleconf 1.3(?)
  • cpufrequtils
  • FAH-install 0.2
  • FAHmon 2.3.99.1 (to be replaced by a conky script later on)
  • Phoronix Test Suite 1.8.1

I know some of these programs are in Arch. Once LiveCD's can be created, hopefully this list and the cources in the SVN repo can be used to compile these programs. Hopefully

--Hh2
Edited by HACKhalo2 - 7/21/09 at 10:15pm
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I edited the my original post to reflect whats currently in OCNix's Repo. I lost quite a bit when I had a sudden power outage (Damn Ext4). I also got the phoronix test suite to replace some of the out of date benchmarking programs.

I'm also researching how to build an Arch Linux LiveCD. I (currently) can't do this because I don't have any CD-RW's or have Arch Linux Installed... Yay...
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I edited the my original post to reflect whats currently in OCNix's Repo. I lost quite a bit when I had a sudden power outage (Damn Ext4). I also got the phoronix test suite to replace some of the out of date benchmarking programs.

I'm also researching how to build an Arch Linux LiveCD. I (currently) can't do this because I don't have any CD-RW's or have Arch Linux Installed... Yay...
I'll tell your what. I made a VM a while back specifically for testing live cd's. I'll recreate it and post it on here. It saves a load of CD's and the hassle of burning RW's every time you make a change.
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alsa
xorg
brasero
cpufrequtils
phc
curl
dhcpcd
dhclient
thunar
midnight commander
vim
urxvt
gimp
gimpshop
abiword
gnumeric
feh
hal (should come with xorg)
mesa
imagemagick
inkscape
midori
uzbl
mplayer
netcfg
wicd
networkmanager
openbox
a tiling wm (although these are best as a source vs binary)
pidgin
thunderbird
mutt
squeeze
wgetpaste (great for commandline pastebin)
wine

These are just some that I use on a daily basis or just know to be standard, nothing is really in order sorry.

*prays they use pacman*

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I'll tell your what. I made a VM a while back specifically for testing live cd's. I'll recreate it and post it on here. It saves a load of CD's and the hassle of burning RW's every time you make a change.
Thank you! I'm going to have to wait to use that until I get my SigRig, this Lappy hardly has enough power to run Ubuntu without overheating

And I wasn't planing to use anything other than pacman. I also added cpufrequtils to the repo. I'm going to change my post to reflect the changes.
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No GNOME?
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No GNOME?
No GNOME. We're going with Openbox for its lightweightness.
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What's the progress on this?

Also, what are the installation requirements? I'd love to be able to try this out on one of my backups with a 3.2Gb (total) HDD.

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