LegacyIce-antiX

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  • #3853
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    skidoo

    icewm only
    I haven’t booted this since “way back when” ~~ bedna-KU has been maintaining it since at least as far back as antiX15.
    Posting a shout-out today because I just noticed his fresh antiX17-based release.

    https://github.com/KERNELULTRAS/LegacyIce-antiX
    “Goal of the project is to return the traditional desktop”

    screenshot: default desktop

    #3905
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    jdmeaux1952
    jdmeaux1952

    SWEET! Now that looks classic antiX.

    The Kernel has my back covered.
    AMD desktop FX-8320 ASUS M5A97 LE R2.0 nVidia GeForce 730 GT 8 Gb memory
    MSI laptop S6000 i5-460M 4 Gb ram

    A great mind is something to get terribly wasted.
    LRU# 563815

    #5718
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    partsman
    partsman

    Hey skidoo 🙂
    Looks pretty sweet will there be an iso to download ? ( maybe I missed it ! )
    Or is this a build it yourself sort of speak ?
    Just wondering 😉
    Thanks 🙂

    Anyone can build a fast processor. The trick is to build a fast system. (Seymour Cray)

    #5723
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    skidoo

    On the project page linked in post #1, bedna-KU explains “howto”.

    In a nutshell, you would :
    1) boot an official antiX17 ISO (antiX-17_x64-full.iso, or antiX-17_386-full.iso)
    2) install “git” package from debian repository
    3) perform “git clone https://github.com/KERNELULTRAS/LegacyIce-antiX
    4) inspect, and further customize antiX-17/legacyice.sh (adding or outcommenting any customization details to suit your preferences)
    5) chmod +x and execute the antiX-17/legacyice.sh script (which will automate the process of applying the customizations)
    6) perform “live-remaster” to merge the changes into your rootfs (and/or install to disk your customized antiX17 O/S)

    #5822
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    partsman
    partsman

    Hey Thanks skidoo 🙂
    Probably will be the weekend before I have time to do this
    But Thanks so much for the info ! Looking forward to giving this a try 🙂
    I will report back and let you know how it goes ! Thanks again ! 😉

    Anyone can build a fast processor. The trick is to build a fast system. (Seymour Cray)

    #10367
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    bedna

    Hi ALL, Im back 🙂

    Report me bugs pls.

    I write about Legacy-Ice on old forum, but in this forum I registered today.

    I love you all.

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