I am using GALPon Minino (Pussycat SHED if Google translate is to be believed) right now on a computer too old for #!. I am so impressed with this Debian based distro. It may be the best small distro I have ever used but that will have to wait for the test of time. If anyone else has tried it I would like to hear if it worked good for you too.http://linux.softpedia.com/get/System
Howdi just discovered crunchbang from distro watch, Come from an Ubuntu < 10.10 background, then after Unity reared its head moved to opensuse and then when I couldn't stand yast decided to go to Fedora 16 but for some reason it refuses to work on my laptop, installs fine but then wont boot :(So off to Distro Watch seen crunchbang and I'm so glad Fedora didn't work now as crunchb
As someone who's been using Ubuntu for a couple of years now both in production and at home, when seeking answers to certain administrative questions for my systems, I often hear the "that's what you get for being on [Ubuntu | Debian]" comment, seemingly indicating that there's something fundamentally ineffective about this specific distro that I'm using.
I have a relative good experience on Unix-like systems, such as Debian and Gentoo.
I started working with Android and i noticed many differences compared to a regular Linux distro.
What reference i should follow to build an Android distro from scratch?