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Well I would love to benchmark my PC with this, this should have support (fully bug tested) for 3d mark, Unigine, etc. including major games such as Crysis and so on for benching, it will be much easier to have full support because these are few specific applications rather than the whole library of Windows apps. As OCNix grows, we may even be able to get a gaming distribution out for the mainstream high quality games.

I'm not sure why you keep saying this SHOULD have support for Windows based tools. That is not an option. OCNix is Linux and everything that it will run will be Linux native. If you are going to suggest more software please make sure it is software that will run on Linux.
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Well I would love to benchmark my PC with this, this should have support (fully bug tested) for 3d mark, Unigine, etc. including major games such as Crysis and so on for benching, it will be much easier to have full support because these are few specific applications rather than the whole library of Windows apps. As OCNix grows, we may even be able to get a gaming distribution out for the mainstream high quality games.


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Oh I was smoking some drugs and didn't know! redface.gif Oh well. :/ Sorry! My mistake!
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Any particular reason for using XFCE? My preference for light desktop environment is LDXE. Is this still up for discussion, or is XFCE pretty much final (unless a showstopping bug or some such thing is found)?
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Any particular reason for using XFCE? My preference for light desktop environment is LDXE. Is this still up for discussion, or is XFCE pretty much final (unless a showstopping bug or some such thing is found)?

XFCE is being used mostly because it has everything we need. I will continue to strip it down until it is very minimal though.
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Any particular reason for using XFCE? My preference for light desktop environment is LDXE. Is this still up for discussion, or is XFCE pretty much final (unless a showstopping bug or some such thing is found)?

LXDE has an issue with conky (sometimes) and has no proper battery monitor. You have to use the battery monitor from GNOME, and thats not gonna happen. XFCE is the right choice. thumb.gif
    
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