Here it is, Beta1.
-New icepanel, the customizable server-panel
-Added apps: Thunar file manager, restricted driver manager, synaptic
-Fixed bugs: usb stick install bug, TS calibrator, iceinstall sudoers bug
download at http://linuxice.com
any gps map integration in beta 1?
not in beta1. navit cvs had a bug that prevented me from putting it in beta1. However navit is now in the LinuxICE repo. There are still some bugs it seems, but it'll be fixed and updated for beta2.
Originally Posted by blk02si
nGhost2 may also be included (if it is ready) in beta2. It'll be a very integrated system with nGhost2 as a desktop instead of a frontend.
what is the system requirements for LinuxICE Beta1?
i have just download it and want to try.
i`ve try to install LinuxICE Beta1 but cannot. this message get: "input not support' and the display gone..
same message get whit ubuntu!
I think this meen display not support or videocard! dont know the resolution what it use LinuxICE when it began install(the first splash is display..like on xp when it boot but when is finish then get the message).
My pc is Dell Optiplex GX 150(1Ghz, 128Mbram, 10Gb hdd).the videocard is onbord(1Mb i think).
Please somebody help out.
does graphics safe mode work? can you reserve more memory for the onboard video card? 1mb isn't really even good enough for 800x600. check the make of the video card and how much memory you can reserve for it.
"input not support(ed?)" sounds like your monitor is receiving a signal it can't process. In which case, you might be able to get to a usable screen by hitting Ctrl-Alt-+, which cycles through the available resolutions.
i think cannot give more memory, only info have option, whit the existing bios version A09.
but for sure will verify.
@miatacarpc this have try whit my home monitor(acer AL1916).
i try now .
@miatacarpc, i have use those key and work, but it still have problem, the display image on display is not clear.and cannot continue the install process(dont see any menu or other thinks)
the display resolution si more then 1024x768
i attach some picture whit the begin of installing.
Unfortunately, I think you need more system memory so you can allocate more video memory. 128MB is not a lot at all, and with 1MB video memory, you will have a hard time displaying any resolution.
When you say the image is not clear, what do you mean? have you tried cycling through all the available resolutions?