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In the meantime, I’d say if you’d like to give VeltOS a spin in its current state, you may go ahead and download the image but be sure to only try it in a virtual environment. PapyrOS is pretty much simplified, eye candy material designed desktop environment with a Arch base that aims to take userfriendliness to another level in Linux land. You can pretty much create a brand new poll requesting a feature or asking one to be removed. You will pretty much decide what the operating system will look, act, and feel like in a voting platform. VOS is based off Arch Linux especially because of its lightweight and rolling release nature and it’s particularly known for its versatility, simplicity and cutting edge software.

There you have it, now this list was not exactly comprehensive and like I said above, we might be updating the article as needed. Technical preview one is essentially a test release to see where the community will take it from there. This I like to call clean politics or rather, pure FOSS. SOS utilizes the PiSi package manager and eopkg in the CLI which definitely, is unlike the aptget and pacman commands that you’re typically used to.

PapyrOS promises a lot more than just a material themed user interface.

What Actually Was The Recommended Size For A Linux Boot Partition

Good Thing It DoesnT Take Long To Do A Brand New Install

Ubuntu 13 dot 10 with a 105MB /boot.

Went for 500MB and that seemed to work.

After it rebooted I did the updater, it said that there was not enough space, it installed fine. Then, wanted around another 196MB for the upgrade, must be a kernel upgrade or something. Had to reinstall with a bigger /boot. It is test kernels, and upgrade frequently, you could run out of space on a 100 MB /boot partition quickly, Therefore if you multi boot.

How much and if this applies to you depends on your use case. That’s interesting right? And enough memory, grub2 can boot the image without extracting the contents, with the right configuration. Sounds familiar? GB /boot. Besides, the safe bet my be ~250 MB -1 GB for now, There are very few reasons to skimp on storage, and I’m seeing a marked growth in kernel resources with time.

MB /boot partition. So here’s the question. Is /boot partition necessary? MB is enough for most people. MB as a rule when I’m building systems. It also differs distribution from distribution. For Fedora minimum is 250MB and 500MB is default and if you plan to upgrade in the future 500MB is required.