I can assure you the software listing will be as minimal as possible. In a nutshell, I am taking the standard "Manjaro XFCE" and REMOVING a bunch of applications from it, then I am adding my own customizations and themes. More will be revealed as this project comes closer to completion. I want to keep some things a surprise so I am not going to reveal any more!
This sounds tempting to try especially since it is a rolling distro. A few questions:
Will it be beginner friendly?
Will it work on older computers like mine?
Processor : 4x Intel® Atom™ CPU 330 @ 1.60GHz
Memory : 2053MB (400MB used)
Operating System : Linux Lite 1.0.8
-Display-Resolution : 1920x1080 pixels
-Multimedia-Audio Adapter : HDA-Intel - HDA Intel
-SCSI Disks-SONY DVD RW DW-Q28A ATA ST3500320AS
Kernel : Linux 3.8.0-35-generic (i686)
Your review and Matthew Moore's show that updates are done by the Terminal but on http://vimeo.com/user13988910,
it showed a GUI updater and notifier. Will Colopsys have it also or at least one like in "Install Update - Terminal" like in Linux Lite?
Is there a software center for Manjaro? I have used Synaptic (similar to the package managers in Manjaro before but sometimes hard to find a package if you are not sure what package you want and what should go with it. If there isn't could the Ubuntu (or Lubuntu/Linux Lite) Software Center be used?
How do you pronounce Colopsys?