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#51 2020-01-21 20:50:15

golinux
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

Good grief.   Get a grip.  You are not the oracle of truth to anyone but yourself which is an audience of one.  Do you not have any place else to troll?

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#52 2020-01-21 20:58:52

mckaygerhard
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

take easy golinux .. the 3 winner are great work.. now i have a positive response from trinity desktop i recommended to talk in the irc with them.. both projects may improve their respective problems..

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#53 2020-01-21 22:11:58

Ozi
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

golinux wrote:

Good grief.   Get a grip.  You are not the oracle of truth to anyone but yourself which is an audience of one.  Do you not have any place else to troll?

+1

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#54 2020-01-24 22:25:39

Tobyb1906
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

mckaygerhard is it nice on the planet you're from? Planet troll maybe.

That "dead" MIYO just made another release, about 6 months since the last one.
That's more frequent than other "dead" distros like Ubuntu Mint and Debian.

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#55 2020-01-25 10:14:52

MiyoLinux
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

Tobyb1906 wrote:

mckaygerhard is it nice on the planet you're from? Planet troll maybe.

That "dead" MIYO just made another release, about 6 months since the last one.
That's more frequent than other "dead" distros like Ubuntu Mint and Debian.

wink Thanks Tobyb1906!  smile

mckaygerhard wrote:

MIYO - https://sourceforge.net/projects/miyolinux/ too minimized and does not featured nothing, currently dead now.. snif sniff

Oh dear! yikes  I wasn't aware that MiyoLinux was dead! Thanks for letting me know.

LOLOLOLOL!!! tongue

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#56 2020-02-04 08:20:00

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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

^ +1

cheers

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#57 2020-02-04 23:33:15

James1138
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

There is also "MiyoLinux" - https://sourceforge.net/projects/miyolinux/ which is based on Devuan Testing/Beowulf.  That is what I am running right now with XFCE desktop. The new release 2-1-2020.

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#58 2020-02-05 10:11:21

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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

James1138 wrote:

There is also "MiyoLinux" - https://sourceforge.net/projects/miyolinux/ which is based on Devuan Testing/Beowulf.  That is what I am running right now with XFCE desktop. The new release 2-1-2020.

Thanks James1138! You really "made it your own"! big_smile  wink


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#59 2020-02-05 21:50:45

ChuangTzu
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

Miyo, I don't think James realized you were "The Miyo".  smile

PS: I apologize if that shadow or cloak was intentional.  tongue

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#60 2020-02-06 08:46:40

MiyoLinux
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

ChuangTzu wrote:

Miyo, I don't think James realized you were "The Miyo".  smile

PS: I apologize if that shadow or cloak was intentional.  tongue

Sometimes, I don't know that I'm myself.  tongue


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#61 2020-08-02 10:29:48

brocashelm
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Registered: 2020-06-29
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Re: List of Devuan derivatives

Refracta is just too damn good to pass up. I heard of Devuan back in January 2018 via Distrochooser (I wanted a Debian-based distro that respected me, and Devuan was ranked on top) and tried it from time to time, but could never get a feel for it. ASCII was just not that pleasant, due to metapackage inconsistencies.

Things finally took a sharp turn for the better with Beowulf, but I still felt that something was missing. That's when I decided to go with one off the list, and Refracta looked to be the most attractive derivative of them all. Right off the bat, it just worked for me. I liked that GUI text editors such as Geany were included, and rather than PulseAudio bullshit for sound, I got ALSA, which has NEVER failed on me, no matter what hardware problems were experienced.

I personally believe that Refracta is what the main Devuan should have been more like, since I just don't like Poettering shitware of any kind. Regardless, any of those derivatives will still take you straight to Devuan. It's a much looser distinction than, say, GNU/Linux Mint and Ubuntu (since they are both alike and unalike for different reasons).


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