Sorted out Nitrogen. If any body runs it as a Desktop image manager and is interested. Here is how I did it.
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I need to keep from posting replies on a friday night after partying,
lol... I feel ya. I've had to edit out a butt-load of typos the next day for the same reasons! Then ya got the posts that make NO sense at all!
Debating mentally to give MoonOS a go. Running live cd right now. Picked up Wireless, Flash Works. Don't know though. When I first booted it up, it showed my wireless at 1 mb/sec. Then later it showed at 54 mb/sec. No input from me to change that. This one is the Kachana 2 release. Looks as if They are working on the MoonOS 3 release. Makes me wonder if I should wait. I'm going to check their forums to see what I can see I guess before I make up my mind.
Put it on the backburner for now
Looks pretty nice. Let me know what you think of it.
Still letting it sit Jay. Been busy with warm weather outdoor stuff lately, I checked their forum out and it is popular overseas more than in the US. I liked the flashy interface. I have all my distros stabilized and running good though on all my hardware. Need another Hardrive to play around some more. Not a priority right now. Sorry jay.
Not a problem... I know how it is. Once I get a distro running smooth, I hate taking the risk of borking it with my experiments!
Took the alternative road Jay. I edited my sources list and installed LXDE on my Ubuntu 8.04LTS Gnome Panasonic Laptop running wireless. Network Manager wouldn't autostart in LXDE. So I had no wireless. Only option it showed was etho which is land line. I fixed it by going to /usr/bin and copying nm applet into ~/.config/autostart folder . Wireless works now as eth1 (because now eth1 is a option besides lo and eth0) in Net Status icon on task bar. Not bad for a expermenting knuckle dragging tattoed Linux Biker eh. Now on to see what other custom items I can do/break I guess.
I finally accomplished the impossible. I made a Easy Peasy Usb from Unetbootin and gave it to my wife for her Acer Aspire One. She liked it. Asked if I'd install it. So now, my wife, who is a die hard Vista/XP user is a dualboot Linux user. Now for the "Honeyyy come here. How do I."
I'm proud of myself