This is not my daily use machine, just my 13" laptop which I use at work for fixing other systems, but all the apps etc I added are useful for accessing other peoples stuff when I'm rescuing data, as well as a few toys I like to have around, plus I diligently run the cleaners before I update the iso.anticapitalista wrote:Hope you didn't leave anything important in the files like passwords, web sites etc. I have done this before.
Neither am I, but my wife and staff are, so part of the reason for the heavy desktop is them[/quote]anticapitalista wrote:Thanks for sharing, I'll give it a look when I have time, but I'm not into big desktop environments though.
I was only trying the various options available at the time for personal builds when I started this particular project around mid 2014 and I liked Systembacks ability to install to a multi-partitioned drive and the option to have a different set of icons on the desktop for the live session so I kept with it. I did however lament the loss of the MX installer and had been looking for a way to re-implement it. That is fully possible now and I can provide another ISO quite easily, something I thought about doing before I uploaded the iso yesterday, but didn't have the time.anticapitalista wrote:400MB for systemback wow! Any reason why you chose this rather than use tools provided by MX?
My internet speed at work is 10 times faster than home, so I wanted to get it out there before the close of business. If people are interested, enough, I will roll in some fixes and provide it with the original installer.
Happy new year everybody