Tonight, Valve has presented its operating system SteamOS a bit to the Public. Much is not yet known, you already know that there will be an operating system based on Linux.
On the Raspberry Pi is very commonly used, the operating system Raspbian, the Debian-derived. I have also operated my Raspberry over a long period of time with Raspbian until I have him placed last with Arch Linux. Arch Linux on the Raspberry thanks to the slim appearance advantages, especially on the limited Hardware of the Raspberry Pi.
Since today you can find Gnome 3.x and matching Shell in the Repository of Debian Wheezy. Currently there’s a mix-mash of packages from Gnome 2.
A year ago I wrote a HowTo for installing E17 by means of a foreign source under Debian Squeeze. According to the last comment, there seems to be with the Installation under Squeeze problems. In the absence of Squeeze Installation, I can not say unfortunately, a lot of.
If you installed Debian using Unetbootin on a USB Stick on the target system, then gets problems when you connect a USB Stick or a USB hard drive.
When Automount gets the message:
Mount USB is not possible
Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdg1,
missing codepage or helper program, or other error
In some cases useful info is found in syslog – try
dmesg | tail or so
This happens because during Installation the USB-Ports in the /etc/fstab as a CD drive listed. You can easily manage by you as here in my case, before the line with /dev/sdg1 is a # .
The Blogs and news sites Smoking pipes it is now from the rooftops, Debian 6.0 is finally released.
Debian is not regarded as the beginner-friendly Distribution, that may be true to a certain degree.