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* Some Apps can't be started from [[GWorkspace]], instead openapp <MyApplication> is required * Some Apps can't be started from [[GWorkspace]], instead openapp <MyApplication> is required
* Some windows (for instance in DBModeler.app) can't be accessed since the title bar is offscreen (a seasoned gnustepper knows how to fix this but what about the newbees?) * Some windows (for instance in DBModeler.app) can't be accessed since the title bar is offscreen (a seasoned gnustepper knows how to fix this but what about the newbees?)
-* Some menus behave oddly+* Some menus behave oddly
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 +[[Image:menu-bug.png]]
* Sometimes a PS/2 mouse isn't recognized (differs from boot time to boot time on the same hardware) * Sometimes a PS/2 mouse isn't recognized (differs from boot time to boot time on the same hardware)
====Feature Requests==== ====Feature Requests====
* it should be obvious how to install GNUSTEP on HD from within the Live CD (ideally by employing a GUI based wizard) * it should be obvious how to install GNUSTEP on HD from within the Live CD (ideally by employing a GUI based wizard)

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There are several efforts to create Live CDs of GNUstep

GNUSTEP Live CD

of Gürkan Sengün, Version 1.0 released on November 6, 2006

Bugs

  • Some Apps can't be started from GWorkspace, instead openapp <MyApplication> is required
  • Some windows (for instance in DBModeler.app) can't be accessed since the title bar is offscreen (a seasoned gnustepper knows how to fix this but what about the newbees?)
  • Some menus behave oddly

Image:menu-bug.png

  • Sometimes a PS/2 mouse isn't recognized (differs from boot time to boot time on the same hardware)

Feature Requests

  • it should be obvious how to install GNUSTEP on HD from within the Live CD (ideally by employing a GUI based wizard)