- Jan 18, 2010
I wouldn't say that it isn't working as expected... The Pandora clipboard works the way that is expected to those that use unix/linux based OSs. By default it's not built into xfce4 perhaps because the xfce4 developers felt it's was a waste of resources to have it installed by default. The Pandora could have a clipboard manager installed, it's just requires a clipboard manager to be installed, which may require compiling it from source code.I guess there is no way to set the standard Pandora clipboard to work as expected? That's sad.
That's what any linux distro is - a collection of 3rd party tools. It's the specific selection of tools that make each distro (and installation) unique.
exactly... Just to add Linux is malleable to the user and can be changed easily by adding on, modifying yourself. It's very powerful in this aspect. Linux on the Pandora is a slightly different experience than Linux on a laptop or desktop. It's very minimal due to the small storage factors.
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