No they don't. First, the Mozilla people aren't obliged to anything and then there's a fair number of light-weight alternatives to FF that would fit DSL's user requirements.oldpenguin wrote:Firefox needs to come
up with a stripped down express version for many of the smaller distros
Dutch_Master wrote:No they don't. First, the Mozilla people aren't obliged to anything and then there's a fair number of light-weight alternatives to FF that would fit DSL's user requirements.
guy wrote: I mean, doesn't the idea of running DSL on a quadcopter nudge your pulse up that teeny little bit?
[/quote]oldpenguin wrote:I'm one of them. where are those who are tinkering as well as actually using?
nelz wrote:Isn't DSL still stuck with a 2.4 kernel because of the arbitrary 50MB limit imposed by an obsolete media format that hardly anyone used when it was around - the business card CD?.
I am looking to build a RaspPi for nothing more than
reading E-mail, and the like...
Funnily enough I was thinking just the same thing, my Pi came with several options for installs but so far I have only used raspbian cos it just workspurplepenguin wrote:
Why don't you use Raspbian?
dandnsmith wrote:If you want a more complete installation, then have a look at pidora
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