Has anyone installed Lomiri?
Now that the name had changed, its interesting to know how far this Lomiri had gone. Has anyone installed Lomiri?
A Former User last edited by
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.
A Former User last edited by A Former User
@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.