Commit 954ec3f9 authored by Neophytos Kolokotronis's avatar Neophytos Kolokotronis
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title: i18n("Chakra and Repositories"),
story: i18n("The Chakra Project split from Arch in the spring of 2010. It is no longer based on Arch, but a fork, with its own repositories, toolchain, and update schedule. <b>Mixing of repos is not possible.</b>"),
icon: "preferences-system"
},
{
title: i18n("The Chakra Project"),
story: i18n("The Chakra Project is dedicated to providing a pure KDE/Qt desktop operating system that is simple and transparent. The LiveImage is an important tool and key to the user's first impression, while the half-rolling release model ensures cutting edge features with solid system stability and long life.<br><br> Simplicity is great for users new to Linux, but simple doesn't mean that you won't have to learn anything. Getting the most from Chakra requires a certain level of competency, and is more focused toward KISS-minded users who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty. However, if you are willing to learn and put in a little effort, Chakra is an excellent distribution to start with. It requires a minimum of distro-specific knowledge, and its initial install is rock-solid and easy to manipulate.<br> There is also a wonderful Beginner's Guide available on the wiki, helping to guide you through the process of learning to use Chakra, KDE, and thus Linux, from the very beginning."),
story: i18n("The Chakra Project is a community of KDE/Qt enthusiasts dedicated to providing a desktop-oriented operating system that is useful and enjoyable to everyone. Chakra is a completely community driven distribution, where everyone is welcome to join and contribute. Everybody in our team will be happy to mentor you on your first steps, so don't hesitate to contact us! We strive to keep it easy to get involved by offering updated documentation on our tools and procedures and providing guidance to those interested in contributing. "),
icon: "chakra-shield"
},
{
title: i18n("What needs work"),
story: i18n("Octopi is used as a GUI frontend for pacman in Chakra, but we plan to replace pacman in the near future with akabei, a new package manager optimized for GUI usage.<br><br> Tribe, the installer, is not finished yet- you'll see the warning about it when starting the install. To make it work correctly, it has been simplified, meaning not all features you'd expect from a modern installer are implemented. When keeping the install within Tribe's limitations, it works very well. Work continues to get Tribe to be a full featured, complete installer as soon as possible."),
icon: "dialog-warning"
title: i18n("The Chakra Experience"),
story: i18n("To trully appreciate the virtues of Chakra we urge you to use it for a while, as it offers much more than what can be included in a live image.There are several reasons that make Chakra stand appart as a distribution, the most notable ones being its focus on KDE/Qt software, the unique semi-rolling release model and our friendly community. Chakra is a KDE centric distribution. We provide Plasma as the only available desktop environment, matched with a variety of KDE and Qt applications in our repositories. Our packages are stripped from their Gtk+ dependencies, but we offer the most popular Gtk+ based applications to our users.
The semi-rolling release model allows us to provide a distribution that is stable at its core components, yet provides all the latest application and security updates to the user. This enables Chakra to be used in a range of environments, such as personal desktop systems, computer labs of schools as well as offices and small businesses."),
icon: "kde"
},
{
title: i18n("Chakra and KDE"),
story: i18n("This is a complete KDE centric distro. The focus is on showing the full power of KDE/Qt, and when a reasonable choice is available, open source options. To that end you won't find packages that depend on the gtk+ toolkit on the ISO. You can however install popular gtk-dependent applications by enabling the extra repository"),
icon: "kde"
title: i18n("Chakra and Arch"),
story: i18n("Chakra relies heavily on ArchLinux technologies but it is no longer compatible with the Arch repositories and packages. Chakra has its own repositories, buildsystem, toolchain and update schedule. Mixing repositories and installing binary packages from Arch is not recommended."),
icon: "chakra-shield"
},
{
title: i18n("Chakra and Security"),
story: i18n("The Chakra Project install comes with the firewall application Kufw, but the configuration of this program is up to the user. The kernel is built with several MAC hardening options, including Tomoyo and AppArmor, and the 'tomoyo-tools' package is included to let the user configure this system. A third tool to handle security included is Clam AntiVirus, which handles detection and removal of malware. You can find more documentation on how to apply any of these tools on our wiki."),
story: i18n("The Chakra Project install comes with ufw, which can be configured through system settings. The kernel is built with several MAC hardening options, including Tomoyo and AppArmor, and the 'tomoyo-tools' package is included to let the user configure this system. A third tool to handle security is Clam AntiVirus, which handles detection and removal of malware.
You can find more documentation on how to apply any of these tools on our wiki."),
icon: "preferences-desktop-cryptography"
}]
},
{ title: i18n("Work In Progress"),
story: i18n("Octopi is currently used as a GUI frontend for pacman in Chakra, but we plan to replace pacman in the near future with akabei, a new package manager developed by Chakra which will be optimized for GUI usage."),
icon: "dialog-warning"
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