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INX is not X and the use of Ceni...

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Greetings all. I recently discovered INX and thought it'd be fun playing with it on Vbox. I also burned it to a disk, though I don't know why.

 

For internet, it comes with Ceni. I've never heard of it so I've never used Ceni and I don't want to. What I read about it says it uses less RAM than wicd.....OK..... And it looks like you go into /etc/network/interfaces and config there. But no worries if running it in Vbox.

 

OK, have a great weekend.

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From the site:

 

Briefly, INX is a Live CD currently based on Ubuntu 8.04

 

Huh?

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From the site:

 

Briefly, INX is a Live CD currently based on Ubuntu 8.04

 

Huh?

....bleeding edge....lol

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Ceni is a very simple script that configures /etc/network/interfaces . It was originally default in siduction and is very easy to use and effective.

 

I don't think I'd be using a 10 year old operating system though. There are many current options for a CLI-only OS, siduction NoX and Debian netinstall for starters.

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I don't think I'd be using a 10 year old operating system though. There are many current options for a CLI-only OS, siduction NoX and Debian netinstall for starters.

Agree about not using a 10 year old OS......I was just seeing what it was all about. Actually for a live distro, it's kinda interesting, especially if you enjoy working from the console.

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