Along with my #1 FossaPup64 9.5 (AKA Puppy Linux 9.5) Distro, those other 3 Distros in Tier One represent the only Linux Distros I use regularly. Puppy 9.5, Fedora 33, AlmaLinux, and CentOS Stream all are on at least one USB permanently…Puppy ‘n Fedora are on three USB’s each.
I have recently created the new RHEL-based page in order to focus on those RHEL-based Distros, plus a couple more, and may add some of the older posts on them to that page also. The page is still under construction, but should have it ‘Tweaked’ within a week.
- First post in this RHEL-based Distros series will be a brief one on VzLinux. I only tested the VzLinux 8.0 version using the vzlinux-iso-8.3-7:
VzLinux 8.0 is not made for Desktop OS users…definitely more for the “Enterprise” types.
One of the first things I do with any Linux Distro after installation is to open the Settings app/icon – check internet, sound, switch primary mouse buttons, etc. Checking for System Settings or System Info or Settings “Details” is another one of the first things I do.
VzLinux uses the Settings “Details” method:
However, before doing anything after opening the settings tool, I found that the settings tool/app/icon crashed ‘n disappeared forever after clicking the “Details” option – highlighted in red.
It was first noticed after switching primary mouse buttons and updating internet settings and updating the entire system of the first installation. When I went to check the “Details” that all crashed.
Tried Rufus to create a new installation media, which didn’t work.
LINUX IS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES – you never know what you’re gonna get!