Ah righto mate, DM is basically a Desktop Manager/Enviroment which imagine "Windows Explorer" except with linux you can pick several different ones.Well, I really only understand half of what you say. What's "DM"? Would it also be possible to try this using a Virtual Machine? https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/download-pyra-debian-os-wip.75360/
Do you have a first impression at hand? I am curious but I would like to see more "examples" before I gather new tools that I am absolutely unfamiliar with until now.
Don't worry, if you have used a cellphone and a current computer, I could hand you my Pandora and you would be just fine. There is a visual repo so it is kind of like an app store, and the desktop environment looks like a normal windows desktop environment, just with slight different symbols.Are there screenshots of what the Pyras OS looks like now and wouldn't it be best to have an Interface that is less complicated to look at since most of the time the users would be using a pretty small screen? Something with bigger symbols and big fonts that's easy to read?
And, how customizable is the interface in case I would like to push the layout in that direction myself?
Sorry, I'm a linux noob and don't have any experience worth mentioning using linux. But I'm really interested in this device from a user point of view, who is new to linux but excited about the device's features.
Thanks!Don't worry, if you have used a cellphone and a current computer, I could hand you my Pandora and you would be just fine. There is a visual repo so it is kind of like an app store, and the desktop environment looks like a normal windows desktop environment, just with slight different symbols.
It is only when you get into complexities that you will need to compile/use the command line.
No I mean the maintainer of the Minimenu code, as in @skeezix.You mean "maintainer" as owner of a device or as ED and his development dudes? Of course I know it "can" be done, but are there plans yet or is it already in place?