Lisi Reisz wrote: > On Saturday 06 June 2015 16:47:01 Dave Lers wrote: >> Similar to the OP's experience, I understand that the installed >> minime >> version is a lot plainer than the live version. That would be a good >> thing because the panel in the live version is a crowded mess (I >> haven't tried installing it yet). > > That's just cosmetic! Alexandre likes complexity. > > But who do you mean by OP??? The OP was using Alexandre's LiveCD and > had problems installing it. He didn't mention minime or big daddy He didn't, he said "it looked and worked great when i ran it as a LiveCD, but after installation the screen was totally different and there are no icons.", i.e. live and installed look different. While new installs usually have a couple of desktop icons, they aren't mandatory (should Alexandre's install have icons?). What seems strange is that he didn't mention the panel/main menu, or lack thereof - is the install broken, or does it just look different? > (both of which need translation. :-/ ) PCLOS builds numerous iso's ranging from MiniMe (CD size, minimal install, the name of Dr Evil's 1/8th size clone in Austin Powers movies) to FullMonte (full DVD size, standard release plus extras, British slang for 'the works'). The initial (both unofficial) Trinity iso became Big Daddy, presumably to differentate it from the smaller Trinity MiniMe iso.