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I feel Trisquel 6.0 is a very good OS , and it runs great on older machines !
I was initially a fan, but now not so much. I wanted to lock the screen & leave the machine running as I left it, but there was no lock screen I could find. The Synaptic package manager wasn’t able to find anything to accomplish a simple screen lock either, without shutting down other services I wanted to remain open.
That is a fairly minor complaint, but I also noticed there weren’t any updates available since shortly after 6.0 was released last year, despite what this article seems to show.
My experience of Trisquel is the opposite.
My installation of Trisquel Mini 6.0 to an EeePC 701 lasted less than 24 hours.
lxdm-binary was hammering the cpu & hogging resources, so nothing else could run properly, yet it could not be removed & replaced because of broken dependencies with the alernatives.
cpufreqd would run only at 100%, regardless of configuration.
The desktop was automatically covered with folders, regardless of configuration.
Too many useful & genuinely FLOSS applications are not available in the Trisquel repository: just how ‘free’ does FLOSS have to be before the Trisquel dictator accepts it?
Trisquel Mini is NOT light, it still uses a PAE kernel.
AFAIC, it’s a bug-ridden pile of garbage.
Failed: it doesn’t ‘just work'; & I take a ruthless approach to operating systems.
I’ll stick with MadBox 12.04, which is perhaps the ONLY genuinely light Ubuntu-based derivative available, & use the free repository.
I downloaded an application called xampp and saved it in my trisquel desktop. i tried to install it through the commands and it says that no file in the directory. please help me, but all in all am in love with this operating system…….
6 months ago I started using Trisquel 6.0 live desktop on an ACER notebook. I have never installed it because there remains an issue with the partition manager crashing on my existing partitioning setup I do not wish to change. I also do not wish to connect it to the internet. When examining it with aptitude -s, it appears that the GCC compiler 4.6 is not entirely missing, but running gcc only works with my Ubuntu 12.04 session in a previously installed ext4 partition in /dev/sda1. Which binaries, in addition to build-essential, would I need to unpack where in the live file tree, so I can get started in evaluating the previously downloaded DVD of sources while running Trisquel 6.0 live?
I solved the issue with the VMware Tools. Just install the headers with sudo apt-get linux-headers-$(uname -r) and it the vmware tools should installed just find. Usually in Ubuntu I don’t have to do this manually. I though the headers were included in the build-essential package. Learned something new today xD
It is actually a really good OS. Clean and uses very little memory compared with Ubuntu specially after you remove all unnecessary startup applications. It is using 120MB in my VM. The only issue I am having is installing the VMware Guest Tools. The installer cannot find the kernel headers, I guess it is because Trisquel uses a modified version of the Linux Kernel, but I am not sure. Any ideas?
Great! I was reading a few reviews before installing Trisquel GNU/Linux
Also, the system(hardware) requirements are here: http://trisquel.info/en/wiki/system-requirements
Thanks so much for posting them! Mucho appreciated!
I am almost completely satisfied with Trisquel. It seems to be the best operating system I have ever used. I have one gripe and I’m certain that it will be fixed with time; I’m running the desktop version on an Acer Aspire One AOD-257 netbook and the wifi doesn’t seem to be present. All other software works beautifully and I have nothing but solid gold recommendations for it. For now, I am dual booting ubuntu for the wifi, but as soon as the wifi card driver issues are solved I will re-partion. On the website it suggest to buy a usb with that is free software compatible.,
lsHi! I have an Acer (Aspire-One D255) and my wifi driver is an Broadcom BCM4313, if your driver is BCM4311, BCM4312 BCM4313, BCM4321, BCM4322, BCM4324, BCM4325, BCM4327 and BCM4328-based, you can find the driver here: http://www.broadcom.com/support/802.11/linux_sta.php
I’m not a user, but I have tried it. I can say that this is a great distro which should please a lot of people. I think it’s very well put together. I also checked their forum and support and it appears to have a dedicated community of people behind it.
Oh, I should also include that, contrary to another person’s comment, I encountered no problem at all using Guayadeque music player, and I use an external USB audio interface in a sound recording control room.
I will definitely give it a try. Al last a completely free distro that doesn’t get mashed at reviews…
I am not sure why somebody would give it a lower score or something like that in a review, just because it focuses on truly free software.
One of the nice things about Linux is that there really is a distro for everybody, so Trisquel and the like provide a great option for those who want such distros. I’m very glad that it’s available for people to use.