Hi All/Hola Todos,
For weeks now I have been in the process of setting up a Desktop Computer with a 32-bit Debian based distribution using LXDE.
However, translations for various applications, including Update Manager, as well as the Policy files for Policy Kit Actions have not been well maintained and in some cases not at all for various languages.
According to Distro Watch, Antergos is a distro based in Spain. Therefore, I would like to know if all Spanish translations are in place especially for System Utilities such as Update Manager and Package Manager.
There are other issues of inconsistency I have also been trying to find solutions to such as Package Management. For example, there is a package that appears as being upgradeable in Synaptic and Software Update (gnome-packagekit) but does not appear in Update Manager.
Also, the latest upgrades for some Third Party packages associated with Device and Hotplug Management do not function correctly when the latest Security Upgrades are applied.
The target computer has a Pentium P4 2.66 GHz CPU which supports PAE. It has 512MB of RAM (2 x 256MB x 333 MHz) and a 64MB Graphics Card that uses an NVIDIA GeForce 4 MX 440 GPU with AGP 8X and a 40GB 7200RPM ATA133 Hard Disk.
It loads in 77MB RAM and is VERY responsive. The Login prompt is reached in 45 seconds.
Which of the versions of Antergos would be the most suitable and have a low memory footprint?
Can the Application Menu launcher be configured such that Recent Files/Recent Applications appear at the bottom and just above the menu button of the taskbar?
Do they have Graphical applets/applications for the management of Locales and Keyboard Layouts?
Thanks/Gracias y hasta pronto, Michael.