RebornOS cnchi installer notes

(1).The installer offers you 35 mirros from the RebornOS repository.

(2). earlyoom is enabled by default on all desktops

(3). The Gufw firewall (Uncomplicated Firewall) is installed on all desktops, but disabled by default

(4). An on-screen keyboard is added to desktops accessed through lightDM. This keyboard can be accessed from the accessibility menu, or by pressing F3.

(5). pamac performs the updates (and the installations of the different packages) within RebornOS. pamac on RebornOS supports AUR and flatpak. pamac will be installed by default with 0 parallel downloads, and AUR and Flatpak will be disabled. You can adjust these values to your liking.

(6). GNOME installation is done without dash to panel, to avoid problems when changing the desktop version. By default, the following extensions will be activated: Kstatusnotifieritem/appindicator support (system tray), pamac updates indicator, removable drive menu, Screenshot window sizer, and User themes.

(7). When installing gnome or KDE, in both cases lightDM will be installed. For what? Parq that in case of an error when trying to access with gmd in GNOME and sddm in KDE, we can have another option to access the desktop. To know the procedure to perform to change from one access to another, read the following publication on our Wiki:

https://osdn.net/projects/rebornos/wiki/How%20to%20change%20gdm%20or%20sddm%20to%20lightdm

Installation environments offered:

(1). Base install


Deskstops offered:

(1). Budgie
(2). Cinnamon
(3). Deepin
(4). GNOME
(5). i3
(6). KDE
(7). LXQt
(8). MATE
(9). Openbox
(10). Pantheon
(11). XFCE


Installation options offered:

(1). Adds accessibility packages
(2). Applications to Perform System Mainetnance
(3). Arch User Repository (AUR) Support
(4). Bluetooth Support
(5). Broadcom Driver Support
(6). Chromium Web Browser
(7). Common Photo editing Programs for Linux
(8). Common Video Editing Programs for Linux
(9). Desktop Email Client (Thunderbird)
(10). Dropbox
(11). Firefox Developer Edition
(12). Firefox Web Browser
(13). FreeOffice
(14). Google Chrome
(15). Hardware Analysis
(16). Kernel (LTS version)
(17). LibreOffice
(18). Nautilus File Manager
(19). Nemo File Manager
(20). Opera Web Browser
(21). Popular Games for Linux
(22). Power Saving
(23). Printing Support
(24). QOwnNotes
(25). Redshift
(26). Run Windows Programs on Linux
(27). Spell Check
(28). Spotify
(29). Steam+PlayonLinux
(30). Support for Firewire Devices
(31). Vivaldi Web Browser
(32). VLC
(33). Wallpapers Cycler
(34). Windows Sharing SMB
(35). WPS Office


NOTE: LibreOffice, Firefox, Firefox for Developers, and Thunderbird will also install the language packs, which will correspond to the language chosen during the installation process.


OTHER NOTES:

(1). The Gnome installation has a customization.
(2). The Cinnamon installation comes with the default Mint-Y theme.


NO LONGER AVAILABLE:

(1). Apricity
(2). Enlightenment
(3). Windows (Cinnamon looking Windows)


NOTE: These desktops have problems, and because they are difficult to keep up to date, they are removed from the installer.


Do you use VirtualBox and want to expand the video memory from 128 to 256MB?

See the procedure in the following video (the video is in Spanish, but it is well understood):

https://youtu.be/4AD1xVIgoU