Updating grub on frugalwarr
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A GRUB bootloader will appear when you boot the DVD or USB media from the BIOS of a computer, allowing you to start the Frugalware versatile bootable environment directly from the bootable medium or by copying the contents of the ISO image to RAM.
In addition, you can change video resolutions, switch to a different locale (default is English), as well as to select another keyboard layout (default is English US).
(BOSS Linux) is a Linux distribution developed by C-DAC, Chennai in order to benefit the usage of Free/Open Source Software in India. It has enhanced Desktop Environment integrated with Indian language support and other software.
The latest stable release, version 6.0, was released in August 2015.
Now Indic languages enabled with Region and Languages are directly mapped to the Ibus and the On Screen Keyboard layout is provided for all layouts.
Frugalware is an open source distribution of Linux based one the popular and powerful Slackware Linux, but with some elements borrowed from the Arch Linux operating system.
So now I have a simplified version which (after a bit of frustration) works quite nicely by simply displaying a random picture from my #!
When users selects the “Frugalware Versatile Bootable Environment” or “Frugalware Versatile Bootable Environment (RAM)” options, the text-mode installer will start, requiring them to select a language for the installation process and a keyboard layout.
Furthermore, you must manually partition the disk, select which package groups you wish to install, configure the network, add a password for the root (system administrator) account, set up users and passwords, enter a hostname, choose the default text editor and login screen, select a timzone and install the bootloader.
BOSS Linux 6.0 also shipped with various application and program updates, such as updates to Libre Office, Xorg, Evolution, GIMP, VLC, GTK, gcc, keyring manager, and Python.
Related specifically to the localization support, language support got even better with the replacement of Scim with Ibus with the Integrated System Settings.
The distribution includes over 12,800 new packages, for a total of over 37,493 packages.