Quick Look: Dreamlinux 3.5 GNOME

Dreamlinux has been requested a number of times since the blog launched, and this week I’ve finally gotten around to taking a peek at it. Dreamlinux is based on Debian and it comes with Xfce or GNOME as the default desktop. I picked the GNOME version for this quick look.

Before I get into this quick look you should know that I was not able to get Dreamlinux installed in a virtual machine. The OEM installer seemed to go fine right up until the end, and then I got an error message. Since Dreamlinux is a Live DVD distro (you can run it without installing it), I decided to do the quick look anyway based on the Live DVD desktop. I’ll talk more about my install problems in the install section.

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