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LinuxGuy
post Jan 4 2020, 12:54 PM
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Hi

After trying userland, I used now Anlinux. I managed to get a running xfce-Desktop too, a bit better readable, but still wron resolution (something like 1024x768). And of course: Keyboard setting dont match at all which makes text editing a pain. What a pity ...

Anyone got a usable LinuxDesktop running with either Userland or Anlinux?
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post Jan 4 2020, 03:37 PM
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QUOTE(LinuxGuy @ Jan 4 2020, 12:54 PM) *
Hi

After trying userland, I used now Anlinux. I managed to get a running xfce-Desktop too, a bit better readable, but still wron resolution (something like 1024x768). And of course: Keyboard setting dont match at all which makes text editing a pain. What a pity ...

Anyone got a usable LinuxDesktop running with either Userland or Anlinux?

I edited the vncserver-start script, resoution is correct now, but the dpi ist still to low and no way to change it. Also putting a llightdm.conf in pllace didint help.

Main issue is now the keyboard layout: I verified it in etc/default/keyboard, its german, but the z and y keys are still not matching the layout. Other secial keys even less - what a pitiy! Otherwise, libreoffice would be usable!!!
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post Jan 4 2020, 07:50 PM
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I'm not using a German keyboard, but I found bVNC mapped that keys better than other VNC clients. It also has an option to set the resolution of the session so you don't have to set it in the VNC Server settings. I settled on 1080x560.
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