Am 16.05.2013 16:11, schrieb J.Witvliet(a)mindef.nl:
Just been playing with a chromebook.
Looks great under xfce.
Touchpad should be avoided: I guess I have to find an ordinary mouse somewhere.
Also networkmanager worked OK!
I was surprised to find gimp on it, but I didn't dare to start that beast up.
What made me wonder, is that (at least from the xfce-menu-thingy) there is little under
I did see a voip-client, bit I missed any email-client or even a webbrowser.
Sounds as if you're new to openSUSE? From the minimal JeOS image you can
use the usual YaST and zypper tools to install additional packages such
as Thunderbird or Firefox. :)
When your machine remains dual-bootable, one might
say: switch back to chrome-OS, but in case you want the book to be single-boot with
I presume my usb-stick isn't the fastest device, because start-up-time is, eh.. not
for hasty people ;-)))
Good work anyway!
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