Looking for some pros/cons to LinuxBBQ....as opposed to other variants like Semplice, Siduction, etc.There's really not that much out on Google about it. Thanks for any replies!
on 11/03/2012 – Made popular on 11/03/2012
I felt like having the latest packages and all so I've installed LinuxBBQ Darkside since I'm addicted to #! and everything was cool BUT the packages from siduction are a bit behind (I had like linux kernel 3.10 while they were using 3.11.1 in Arch).
After a happy installation of one of the XFCE versions of LinuxBBQ, I decided to try the i3 version. Straight away, (after installation), I load myself into i3. It prompts me about the config file and I choose the <Win> key. But whenever I press Win-D or Win-Enter, nothing works! None of the commands work at all!
I had the same problem trying out 3.9-6.dmz.2-liquorix-* last night. Ended up borking my system so bad I re-installed. I will say this was the "fork" of #! linuxbbq, however results should be the same either way. I had the same trouble using the siduction kernel. After installing #!
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Just wondering what everyone is using as a daily driver :D so everyone please join in pros and cons of them too
I myself am running cm9
Pros- performance look and feel Google chrome and Walkman app :)
Cons- wifi icon screwey and that's about it that I truly can tell :)