debxo 0.3 release
dilinger at queued.net
Sun Nov 2 11:11:09 EST 2008
On Sun, 2 Nov 2008 06:44:14 -0800 (PST)
david at lang.hm wrote:
> thanks for doing this. I never thought that putting KDE or Gnome on
> any system would seem like a speedup, but it definantly does.
> so now that the basic system is working, where do I get started to
> enable the less common features of the XO?
> 1. controlling the backlight (and therefor the video mode between
> monocrome and color)
> 2. recognising the game keys and mapping them to keys/actions
I haven't worked on either of these yet. If you (or anyone else)
get it working, please either email me or edit the DebXO wiki
page to describe the process. I'm more than happy to include
that stuff in the next release.
> 3. switch out the audio filters on the mic input
Kernel stuff that I need to look into..
> 4. accessing data from the stylis portions of the trackpad
This won't happen, as the touchpad's Advanced mode is too
buggy (and newer XOs won't have stylus hardware at all).
> I also tried the lxde build, but couldn't figure out how to get the
> network running, and the brower wouldn't come up.
> David Lang
I use the gnome build (for now); I'm relying entirely on others for
fixes to the other desktops. Patches gratefully accepted. :)
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