ikey wrote:Aaah. No installing stuff works. They don't propagate to the install and are not persistent.
The live policykit stuff asks for password though, debian live scripts are messed up.
I stopped it doing it for networking stuff and you can use sudo without a password
So usual apt-get interaction is fine
Yep, that's what I encountered. When I tried to set up my HP printer (it wasn't recognized OOTB), the printer application kept asking me for an administrative password. I tried every conceivable password I could think of:
And so on. I headed over to the SolusOS Forum to see if I could find out what the administrative password is, but a search on those keywords didn't provide any information.
I found that I couldn't do much with the live DVD environment without the administrative password, so I eventually gave up.
I admit I don't know much about Gnome or Gnome2 -- I tend to be biased toward KDE. Maybe you need to install SolusOS on the HDD to really appreciate its virtues. But I'll keep an eye on SolusOS in the future and try the live DVD again when the RC or final comes out.