But problems with its graphical package manager, and the fact that latest releases do not even have one, has seen it drop off my list, at least for now. (Note: Chakra’s developers are working on a graphical package manager called Akabei.)
The latest edition (released Sunday, February 10), is Chakra 2013.02, code-named Benz. It ships with (Linux) kernel 3.7.6 and KDE 4.10. While a review is being written, chakra linux 2013.02-benz preview brings you a few screen shots from a test installation.
This is the login screen.
The desktop showing a StackFolder. Note that StackFolder is not installed by default.
Kapudan, Chakra’s first boot program, offers four menu styles to choose from. The Classical or Simple menu is one of them.
Though not a option in Kapudan, The Takeoff Launcher is another menu style available. This screen shot shows its Favorites tab.
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