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Re: Bootable ISO with Sword / GUI

I think there are around 250 - 400 MB of free memory on a CD, depending on Desktop (KDE/Gnome/Light). What modules should be included?
BibleTime/GnomeSword? KJV? what else?

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I would LOVE to see the Strong's concordance! By the way, how is this project going?
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Re: Bootable ISO with Sword / GUI

I would LOVE to see the Strong's concordance! By the way, how is this project going?

I'm still at it. I made my first attempts with morphix "minimodules". This is definitively one way to go. I have learned that you need about 2 partitions of about 1-2 GB preferably with the ability to boot off them. That's the point where it lacks on my side... (I'm going to improve that soon)

Techo: Strong's concordance is added to the list. What languages are interesting to you?
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Re: Bootable ISO with Sword / GUI

I just saw this thread. Hope someone's still paying attention, as there are two other CD projects in the works.

Preston Boyington is heading up the Apologetix (a.k.a. L4C) project, which is basically a re-mastered Knoppix CD, though he's looking at Morphix. The e-mail list can be found at L4C.

Meanwhile Davey Mitchell is working on Christian Linux Live, a Damn Small Linux spin-off. He's shooting for 100 MB, and hopes to release in October(-ish). His site is Late December.

Hope this'll bring some folks together. Some of the developer types may also want to check out the Christian Open Developer Network (codn.net).

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Don
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