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As far as I know it's a adaptation to x86 (Debian Jessie )- With a streched version of openbox and lxde ( Desktop ) - Here is the link to the iso ( It run fast as hell in live version ) : https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/pixel-pc-mac/ - If you say it's useless that's all - Just asking - Till later bro!

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Hello I'm just discovered Pixel DDE ( from Debian Pixel )
- Any tips for install it to Peppermint OS ??
- It would be awesome If it's added to Peppermint


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If I install (after Peppermint ) this dependencies https://github.com/raspberrypi-ui with

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sudo apt-get install lxinput && scratch-gui && lxplug-ptbatt && lxplug-network && pimixer && bluealsa && scratc-vm && pi-greeter && openbox-stretch && pam && rpd-wallpaper && gtk2-engine-clearlookspix && rpd-icons && lxpanel-strectch && pcmanfm-stretch && libfm-stretch && pprompt && pipackage && LXDE-configuration && x11-xserver-utils && fontconfig-infinality && lxkeymap && chromium_patches && alacarte && lxterminal-stretch && dhcpcd-ui-0.7.4 && dhcpcd-ui-0.7.5 && dhcpcd-6.7.1 && alacarte-3.5.3 && vclinclude && vcl && dhcpcd5-6.9.4 && lxterminal && point-rpi && plymouth && pango && openbox && libfm

It will be installed right alongside Peppermint Desktop ??

It use a streched version of Lxde and Openbox

Or maybe I'm going crazy, and my logic seems to fails

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My condolences for Mark-pcnetspec

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Hello AndyInMokum , Thank u for the advice - It's now working with Imgur.com - Down vote for Dropbox hahaha  8)
 I was going to use Mega (drive) but I didn't know If it's forum-compatible - Till later buddies

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-Screenshots







 :) Hello Peppermint Friend's

-To type:

Add repository:
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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:leaeasy/dde
Update the system pack manager:
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sudo apt-get update

Install Deepin Desktop:
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sudo apt-get install dde
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Deepin File Manager:
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sudo apt-get install dde-file-manager

Deepind Desktop Theme:
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sudo apt install deepin-gtk-them
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To change wallpapers
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Sudo nemo
/usr/share/backgrounds

Deepin Wallpapers Default
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EEMoGJB6ZwlERfnbvpRevliH2auYNTmq
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8PlygiBTIzBUm1SekdEYllLUWs
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zI3FW3Ao_jyWrIz9lA77yu3w7CSXWUCK
https://drive.google.com/open?id=16-D3qnzIcigsSWDnZSwFaX_4vINdQRZv
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8PlygiBTIzBWVVFV0RDZ1FlWVk
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8PlygiBTIzBR3hvQ2pabDYybEE
Just copy the images to the folder and then you have it at the background wallpapers by default
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A perfect OS with a good-looking alternative !!  :-*  :P  ;D
Congrats for Peppermint 10 spin

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Frequently Asked Questions / Re: What is Peppermint based on?
« on: January 03, 2020, 10:13:42 pm »
It's based on Lubuntu - So many times has been linked to Linux mint but it only takes a few apps from them and the concept (mint app centre,.. ) :D

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Wow peppermint still provide compatiblity -  For windows user's chromium result just fine, Firefox may result too hard for them but it's no bad If precome installed along with chromium- It's missing Outlook Icon at Office Submenu (I found Gmail instead) ,but it could be added by a few clicks -  A recommendation for them: switch back the panel to lxde panel with the "reset panel app" and disable desktop effects for a better performance, well that's what I often do at the beginning- So addictive SO to use - The best option to recommend to Windows User's and Friends

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