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(Status: Alpha 2) Phoenix Linux Development - Let's bring back Cub! #4

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feren commented Jul 19, 2017

Well, thought it'd be better starting a new Issue in terms of keeping the other one tidy for other ideas not related to Phoenix Linux, while this can be talk, hype, development, and so on, for my Rebirth of Phoenix Linux...
@RTbecard @dashohoxha You seemed interested in this project...

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Starting this issue, another screenshot, this time, on real hardware:
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Starting this issue, another screenshot, this time, on real hardware:
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A bit on how this baby will be developed:

  • A release will happen every Ubuntu LTS Cycle, and then, if no major bugs are reported, will then fall dormant for the most part as they'd be nothing really to do for it...
    But don't worry, unless announced, it'll never be dead. You could potentially even help add features to it, if you wanted, but first, this needs finishing, and releasing before all this is figured out... (I'm thinking Pull Requests/Feature Request Issues)
  • This will probably then mean feren OS gets more of the love, but to be honest, Cub already looked awesome, and had enough love put into it, which can all be transferred from fresh...

feren commented Jul 19, 2017

A bit on how this baby will be developed:

  • A release will happen every Ubuntu LTS Cycle, and then, if no major bugs are reported, will then fall dormant for the most part as they'd be nothing really to do for it...
    But don't worry, unless announced, it'll never be dead. You could potentially even help add features to it, if you wanted, but first, this needs finishing, and releasing before all this is figured out... (I'm thinking Pull Requests/Feature Request Issues)
  • This will probably then mean feren OS gets more of the love, but to be honest, Cub already looked awesome, and had enough love put into it, which can all be transferred from fresh...
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I support you, comrade! The second go is always the medal winner! ;)

xmwx38 commented Jul 19, 2017

I support you, comrade! The second go is always the medal winner! ;)

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@feren I liked Chromixium for being lightweight, simple and yet beautiful. Most of the time I work either in browser or in terminal, so this is all that I need, extravagant desktops do not impress me. It also works well and looks great on old computers and this is a plus. It is a pity that it was discontinued.

I am interested in seing it revived. I do have experience with shell scripts etc. but I have never worked in making a custom distribution. But maybe I can help with testing.

By the way, ferenOS looks interesting too.

dashohoxha commented Jul 20, 2017

@feren I liked Chromixium for being lightweight, simple and yet beautiful. Most of the time I work either in browser or in terminal, so this is all that I need, extravagant desktops do not impress me. It also works well and looks great on old computers and this is a plus. It is a pity that it was discontinued.

I am interested in seing it revived. I do have experience with shell scripts etc. but I have never worked in making a custom distribution. But maybe I can help with testing.

By the way, ferenOS looks interesting too.

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screenshot from 2017-07-20 10-30-08
Top Panel Mode because why not...

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screenshot from 2017-07-20 10-30-08
Top Panel Mode because why not...

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Good News! It installs!

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Good News! It installs!

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screenshot from 2017-07-20 18-08-55
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Fun Fact: For some reason, since this installer mode goes OpenBox, you can actually access the fully-featured OpenBox menu by right-clicking behind Ubiquity...

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screenshot from 2017-07-20 18-08-55
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Fun Fact: For some reason, since this installer mode goes OpenBox, you can actually access the fully-featured OpenBox menu by right-clicking behind Ubiquity...

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@feren when can we expect an alpha/beta/rc release?

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@feren when can we expect an alpha/beta/rc release?

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@Elbullazul Soon(TM)

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The only issue I need to fix is that there's no file browser for Chromium when a 'Open File' is called... Other than that, it works fine, and also might need to fix Plank icon placements, if it's not already fixed...
Once Plank Placements are sorted, I'll start removing applications and installing more to get it closer to Cub, then will release the Alpha

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The only issue I need to fix is that there's no file browser for Chromium when a 'Open File' is called... Other than that, it works fine, and also might need to fix Plank icon placements, if it's not already fixed...
Once Plank Placements are sorted, I'll start removing applications and installing more to get it closer to Cub, then will release the Alpha

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what's wrong with plank?

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what's wrong with plank?

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Item Order

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Item Order

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it's not in the right order? Plank now uses gsettings to determine object placement and order

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it's not in the right order? Plank now uses gsettings to determine object placement and order

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Which Schema?

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Which Schema?

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Nevermind, found it with Dconf's Search Awesomeness

feren commented Jul 20, 2017

Nevermind, found it with Dconf's Search Awesomeness

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feren commented Jul 21, 2017

The Alpha is here!
http://phoenixlinux.weebly.com/

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I tried it as a LiveCD in VirtualBox, but I get the box for username/password and I don't know what they are. Can it be fixed to do auto-login when tried as LiveCD? What are the current username/password?

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I tried it as a LiveCD in VirtualBox, but I get the box for username/password and I don't know what they are. Can it be fixed to do auto-login when tried as LiveCD? What are the current username/password?

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@dashohoxha If you get the Login Screen, the user name is currently still 'lubuntu' with no password...

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@dashohoxha If you get the Login Screen, the user name is currently still 'lubuntu' with no password...

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...Auto-login works fine here

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...Auto-login works fine here

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Yes, username 'lubuntu' works (I didn't know this is the default one). But I get an error on login:
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Yes, username 'lubuntu' works (I didn't know this is the default one). But I get an error on login:
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What's in Show Details?

feren commented Jul 22, 2017

What's in Show Details?

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I just want to say that I continue to use Cub Linux everyday! I love Cub Linux! :)

I don't have a great amount of development experience within furthering Linux OS features. However, if there is anything I can do to help, please let me know! I have taken Cub Linux (Ubuntu 14.04) and upgraded it to Ubuntu 16.04. There were some features that broke (going from 14.04 to 16.04). However, it still works okay for me.

Very eager to see Phoenix Linux! :)

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I just want to say that I continue to use Cub Linux everyday! I love Cub Linux! :)

I don't have a great amount of development experience within furthering Linux OS features. However, if there is anything I can do to help, please let me know! I have taken Cub Linux (Ubuntu 14.04) and upgraded it to Ubuntu 16.04. There were some features that broke (going from 14.04 to 16.04). However, it still works okay for me.

Very eager to see Phoenix Linux! :)

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davidvanwijk Aug 8, 2017

I have used Cub Linux for a long time. Recently I stopped doing so because I understood development had been stopped. Now I understand there will be a 'restart' with Phoenix Linux... !
Keep up the good work!

davidvanwijk commented Aug 8, 2017

I have used Cub Linux for a long time. Recently I stopped doing so because I understood development had been stopped. Now I understand there will be a 'restart' with Phoenix Linux... !
Keep up the good work!

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Two questions, and forgive me if they have been answered elsewhere.

(1) How stable is the alpha? Am I correct to assume that as a fork of Cub Linux it's more or less as stable as that? Cub Linux has been rock solid for the most part.

  1. Is the alpha based on Ubuntu 16.04, or higher?

Actually, if you need help with the project, I'm interested. I have some programming experience (Python and Bash) and I have built my own Linux and FreeBSD distros from the ground up (though it's been a while).

It seems like every time I find a good ChromeOS-like distro, it disappears into the ether (PapyrOS, Chromixium/Cub, others I have since forgotten), so I'd like to keep one of them going.

andyforceno commented Aug 24, 2017

Two questions, and forgive me if they have been answered elsewhere.

(1) How stable is the alpha? Am I correct to assume that as a fork of Cub Linux it's more or less as stable as that? Cub Linux has been rock solid for the most part.

  1. Is the alpha based on Ubuntu 16.04, or higher?

Actually, if you need help with the project, I'm interested. I have some programming experience (Python and Bash) and I have built my own Linux and FreeBSD distros from the ground up (though it's been a while).

It seems like every time I find a good ChromeOS-like distro, it disappears into the ether (PapyrOS, Chromixium/Cub, others I have since forgotten), so I'd like to keep one of them going.

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  1. Some people are saying it's More Stable than an Alpha, but I'd like to iron out all the bugs first, before assuming Stable
  2. Ubuntu 16.04, yeah

BTW, feren OS x32 is currently at top priority, so Phoenix is taking a little rest from Development, right now...

feren commented Aug 24, 2017

  1. Some people are saying it's More Stable than an Alpha, but I'd like to iron out all the bugs first, before assuming Stable
  2. Ubuntu 16.04, yeah

BTW, feren OS x32 is currently at top priority, so Phoenix is taking a little rest from Development, right now...

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@feren So far so good

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@feren So far so good

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@feren Greetings!
Congratulations on your return with Cub Linux, now Phoenix.
Used Cub Linux for a long time, it's an excellent distribution.
Is there somewhere to put the test results? any forum?

lynxmedeiros commented Oct 2, 2017

@feren Greetings!
Congratulations on your return with Cub Linux, now Phoenix.
Used Cub Linux for a long time, it's an excellent distribution.
Is there somewhere to put the test results? any forum?

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Here?

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Is there a forum for Phoenix Linux?

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Is there a forum for Phoenix Linux?

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Not really, working on it though

feren commented Jan 16, 2018

Not really, working on it though

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Is anyone working on either this version, or on CUB Linux?
I should mention that CUB Linux still works very well. I have upgraded the underlying Ubuntu to version 18.04 Alpha 1 (Bionic Beaver) and although I don't recommend using such early Alpha releases, so far I have had no stability issues. I am surprised that nobody seems to have continued to support and develop this excellent OS alternative for ChromeBook/Linux lovers! So far, I have been unable to find a live CD/DVD for Neverware to give it a chance. I have tried to install it on Oracle's Virtual Machine, but without success. The USB version does not give you persistence, as far as I know.

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Is anyone working on either this version, or on CUB Linux?
I should mention that CUB Linux still works very well. I have upgraded the underlying Ubuntu to version 18.04 Alpha 1 (Bionic Beaver) and although I don't recommend using such early Alpha releases, so far I have had no stability issues. I am surprised that nobody seems to have continued to support and develop this excellent OS alternative for ChromeBook/Linux lovers! So far, I have been unable to find a live CD/DVD for Neverware to give it a chance. I have tried to install it on Oracle's Virtual Machine, but without success. The USB version does not give you persistence, as far as I know.

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Sorry it has been a while since my last development post here, but I've been busy making other things + revising for GCSEs, but I recently started working on what was in the OS so far (first Alpha) and adding to it, here's what's been done so far:

  1. The ISO is now Pre-ISOHYBRID'd out of the box
  2. I made some tweaks to Plank, nothing too major and nothing noticeable, just some misc. changes to make sure it won't break its config due to...
  3. I've been added the Google Browser Choice Application that Cub Linux came with, as well as improving it. Firstly it now automatically switches out Chromium with Chrome on all users for their Docks, so the user no longer has to do it themselves, and I'm going to soon start working on a reverse-switch path for it too.

Alpha 2 will be coming soon.

feren commented Mar 2, 2018

Sorry it has been a while since my last development post here, but I've been busy making other things + revising for GCSEs, but I recently started working on what was in the OS so far (first Alpha) and adding to it, here's what's been done so far:

  1. The ISO is now Pre-ISOHYBRID'd out of the box
  2. I made some tweaks to Plank, nothing too major and nothing noticeable, just some misc. changes to make sure it won't break its config due to...
  3. I've been added the Google Browser Choice Application that Cub Linux came with, as well as improving it. Firstly it now automatically switches out Chromium with Chrome on all users for their Docks, so the user no longer has to do it themselves, and I'm going to soon start working on a reverse-switch path for it too.

Alpha 2 will be coming soon.

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  1. I fixed the Blueman Incoming Files Directory Does Not Exist error too that occurs in non-LiveCD Users, to fix it, it's as simple as running this command:

sudo apt-get install dconf-cli -y && killall blueman-applet && dconf reset -f /org/blueman/transfer/shared-path

Then Log Out and Back in again for Bluetooth Support

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  1. I fixed the Blueman Incoming Files Directory Does Not Exist error too that occurs in non-LiveCD Users, to fix it, it's as simple as running this command:

sudo apt-get install dconf-cli -y && killall blueman-applet && dconf reset -f /org/blueman/transfer/shared-path

Then Log Out and Back in again for Bluetooth Support

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@xmwx38 @dashohoxha @falcon78921 @davidvanwijk @andyforceno @lynxmedeiros @D4zzy @giorosa18 @zoanthropy @Jacalz @per4o @johnwayne4d @123Alpha
Don't worry, the project is NOT dead, in fact, I think it's almost ready for Alpha 2 now, and yes, it now supports normal Chrome, and in fact, you could say it does it better than the original, when it comes to pinning it to the dock.

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@xmwx38 @dashohoxha @falcon78921 @davidvanwijk @andyforceno @lynxmedeiros @D4zzy @giorosa18 @zoanthropy @Jacalz @per4o @johnwayne4d @123Alpha
Don't worry, the project is NOT dead, in fact, I think it's almost ready for Alpha 2 now, and yes, it now supports normal Chrome, and in fact, you could say it does it better than the original, when it comes to pinning it to the dock.

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davidvanwijk Mar 3, 2018

Thanks, looking forward to testing!
Keep up the good work!

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Thanks, looking forward to testing!
Keep up the good work!

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Hopefully SourceForge will be UP AGAIN by the time Alpha 2 is ready

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Hopefully SourceForge will be UP AGAIN by the time Alpha 2 is ready

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screenshot from 2018-03-03 12-01-22
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After Chrome Switch

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screenshot from 2018-03-03 12-01-22
Before Chrome Switch
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The ISO (probably) uploaded to SourceForge, just gotta wait for them to fix the thousands of 500 Page Broken Tickets on their Site Support page, before I can see if it has.

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The ISO (probably) uploaded to SourceForge, just gotta wait for them to fix the thousands of 500 Page Broken Tickets on their Site Support page, before I can see if it has.

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...it's now downloadable, enjoy.

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...it's now downloadable, enjoy.

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hi,
I made the iso bootable and tested the live cd.
It did not boot with error:
"NFTS partitions /dev/block/sr0 can not be mounted, error number is 10"

Any suggestions?

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hi,
I made the iso bootable and tested the live cd.
It did not boot with error:
"NFTS partitions /dev/block/sr0 can not be mounted, error number is 10"

Any suggestions?

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@davidvanwijk No, Phoenix OS is an Android Distribution, Phoenix Linux is what you're looking for...

feren commented Mar 5, 2018

@davidvanwijk No, Phoenix OS is an Android Distribution, Phoenix Linux is what you're looking for...

@feren feren changed the title from Phoenix Linux Development - Let's bring back Cub! to (Status: Alpha 2) Phoenix Linux Development - Let's bring back Cub! Mar 5, 2018

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Thanks, stupid mistake of me ...
What is the difference between 'Phoenix Linux Alpha 2 attempt 2 x64.iso' and 'Phoenix Linux Alpha 2 x64.iso ?
Thanks again!

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Thanks, stupid mistake of me ...
What is the difference between 'Phoenix Linux Alpha 2 attempt 2 x64.iso' and 'Phoenix Linux Alpha 2 x64.iso ?
Thanks again!

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Attempt 2 was me trying to get SourceForge to upload to the normal amount of download mirrors, they're both THE SAME ISO, and Attempt 2 is now the main Alpha 2 ISO, due to more mirrors.

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Attempt 2 was me trying to get SourceForge to upload to the normal amount of download mirrors, they're both THE SAME ISO, and Attempt 2 is now the main Alpha 2 ISO, due to more mirrors.

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.-.
So, the UK Mirrors have seemingly disappeared from the reuploaded ISO, one day later.

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.-.
So, the UK Mirrors have seemingly disappeared from the reuploaded ISO, one day later.

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Hey! So I've been using Phoenix Linux for a few days now and it's been working great for me. However, I'm having trouble where whenever I'm opening my laptop, and log in, the cursor disappears until I restart. Is there any updates on this?

shoodes commented Mar 18, 2018

Hey! So I've been using Phoenix Linux for a few days now and it's been working great for me. However, I'm having trouble where whenever I'm opening my laptop, and log in, the cursor disappears until I restart. Is there any updates on this?

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🤔 Does changing the cursor in Appearance do anything? (if possible)
(hasn't happened to me)

feren commented Mar 18, 2018

🤔 Does changing the cursor in Appearance do anything? (if possible)
(hasn't happened to me)

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It's almost impossible to try and do that because the cursor is invisible lol. I'll try it once I get home, will post an update.

shoodes commented Mar 18, 2018

It's almost impossible to try and do that because the cursor is invisible lol. I'll try it once I get home, will post an update.

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@feren I'm trying to get phoenix linux on some pcs and i learned that you only have 64 bit images and not any 32 bit images, can you please make one in 32 bit so I am able to run it?

ItsaGlitch1 commented Mar 21, 2018

@feren I'm trying to get phoenix linux on some pcs and i learned that you only have 64 bit images and not any 32 bit images, can you please make one in 32 bit so I am able to run it?

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Maybe, but there are outstanding issues with a x32 release:

  • Chrome Support has ended for x32 Systems
  • Ubuntu is no longer giving x32 ISOs for Desktop Editions of Ubuntu in 18.04 onwards, so that might signify that they want to phase out x32.

feren commented Mar 21, 2018

Maybe, but there are outstanding issues with a x32 release:

  • Chrome Support has ended for x32 Systems
  • Ubuntu is no longer giving x32 ISOs for Desktop Editions of Ubuntu in 18.04 onwards, so that might signify that they want to phase out x32.
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Is it possible to create a github repo for this, seems like a good idea to consolidate bugs, allows for contributers, etc.

ashvinnihalani commented May 21, 2018

Is it possible to create a github repo for this, seems like a good idea to consolidate bugs, allows for contributers, etc.

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@feren. I'll download the Alpha 2 and continue with good work.

lynxmedeiros commented Jun 24, 2018

@feren. I'll download the Alpha 2 and continue with good work.

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How do you add the chromium app list on the dock? Do you have instructions?

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How do you add the chromium app list on the dock? Do you have instructions?

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@FlexCoreOS Unfortunately Chrome and Chromium App List have been discontinued by Google, and no longer exist in the code, unless you're using Chrome OS itself. Even if you were to add it, it'd just end up opening 'chrome://apps' in a new tab.

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@FlexCoreOS Unfortunately Chrome and Chromium App List have been discontinued by Google, and no longer exist in the code, unless you're using Chrome OS itself. Even if you were to add it, it'd just end up opening 'chrome://apps' in a new tab.

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Sorry I haven't been here in a little while, so I'm thinking of doing the following to Phoenix Linux, once the Feren OS Inspire Icon Set update is finished:

  • PPA
  • 16.04 cancelled, new one from 18.04 made as Alpha 3
  • Improvements.

feren commented Aug 12, 2018

Sorry I haven't been here in a little while, so I'm thinking of doing the following to Phoenix Linux, once the Feren OS Inspire Icon Set update is finished:

  • PPA
  • 16.04 cancelled, new one from 18.04 made as Alpha 3
  • Improvements.
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https://firework.cloud/en/linux/

Check this out. It has a look similar to the Cub linux app launcher and since it works like a site specific browser, it has a lower memory footprint and a user can add more than google products.

Also, do you have a link to where plank can be configured like cub / chromixium?

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https://firework.cloud/en/linux/

Check this out. It has a look similar to the Cub linux app launcher and since it works like a site specific browser, it has a lower memory footprint and a user can add more than google products.

Also, do you have a link to where plank can be configured like cub / chromixium?

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feren Sep 1, 2018

Should have a shortcut in the same place it has always been in Cub, for Plank Settings...
Sorry not much has been done with Phoenix lately, but I've now got to prepare a surprise for Feren OS first just in case Cinnamon Team do anything silly with the DE.

feren commented Sep 1, 2018

Should have a shortcut in the same place it has always been in Cub, for Plank Settings...
Sorry not much has been done with Phoenix lately, but I've now got to prepare a surprise for Feren OS first just in case Cinnamon Team do anything silly with the DE.

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