Adding my humble ubuntu-based distro to "unsupported platform" dialog in gnome-system-tools.
Joel Bryan Juliano
joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com
Thu Dec 21 03:16:32 UTC 2006
On 12/21/06, Krzysztof Lichota <krzysiek at lichota.net> wrote:
> Joel Bryan Juliano napisał(a):
> > Hello, I'm creating "AMA Desktop Linux" a distribution based on Ubuntu
> > Edgy and Debian upstream. A project of AMA Computer College, and will be
> > used by 300+ AMA campuses all over the Philippines.
> > Whenever I configure the network, a "unsupported platform" dialog
> > however, I searched the gnome-system-tools source and couldn't find any
> > data on where it get the distribution names.
> I guess it gets it from /etc/lsb-release and you have changed it to not
> say "Ubuntu", but the name of your distribution.
> Krzysztof Lichota
I have made changes to base-files with the included files /etc/lsb-release
and /etc/motd. I think it's the reason why gnome-system-tools detected that
the platform is unknown.
Another reason, maybe is I'm using qemu under Windows with kqemu enabled.
I'm using my home pc, with no cdrom, I'll have to wait for the holidays
before I can use the school's facilities to burn the image.
About the OS, it's a simplified ubuntu distribution, with a lot of custom
graphical wizards to configure voip and stuff. It also has a welcome center
and screencast tutorials. It's a graphical version of GNOME with tons of
wizards that aims to make life in linux easy.
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