Linpus Lite 1.4 review

Screenshots: Here a few screenshots from the Simple Mode interface. Screenshots from the installation program are available here.

The default Simple Mode Shiny Black theme

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Simple Mode's Shiny Black theme

The Simple Mode Nature theme

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The Nature theme

The Simple Mode Classic theme

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The Classic theme

The Simple Mode Sky theme

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Simple Mode Sky theme

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  3. I downloaded the iso and have used unetbootin to make a live usb as well as have used dd =if to make a live usb in both i received either a penguin with a status bar which doesn’t move or a blinking caps lock light I then resorted to using brasero cd burner and burned the iso as an image file and received a blank screen with a blinking caps lock light and a blinking cruiser. I then tried another iso download the same happened. I’ve been using other distos since a month after I got this acer gz5 and have always wondered why linpus never worked for it not even the recovery disks. nice review but I’m amazed someone were able to do it. :)

  4. Linpus Lite default Desktop should be “Simple Mode interface” with Gnome and Xfce as a option. I will download this distro only because of the “Simple Mode interface” as it looks user friendly!

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