Has anyone installed Lomiri?
Now that the name had changed, its interesting to know how far this Lomiri had gone. Has anyone installed Lomiri?
afaik it's not ready to install just yet... They're working on getting it ready.
I too am very interested to see how this pans out... My hope is for a lightweight distro that I can install desktop apps on.
@firstname.lastname@example.org said on Mastodon:
I guess #Lomiri won't be so lightweight. It's a phone operating UI, so stuffed with graphical effects. It will be possible to run native #Wayland applications and #X11 applications via Xwayland or Xmir. There will be a set of native apps (telephone, browser, etc.) that will run in a special sandboxed setup (#libertine).
I am in fact quite curious, what hurdles (in terms of Ubuntu'isms) we will stumble over... I hope to have everything in #Debian for the #bullseye Debian release.