A few days ago, I read from a forum which I usually read that Google launched GoS (Google Operating System). It still beta but when I saw the screen capture, I wonder what 'the magic' inside. Then, I asked my friend to downloaded it because its capacity more than 500MB but less than 600MB. Enough for just 1 CD.
I forgot to capture its screenshot in my notebook so I taken the picture from its official website. When I installed GoS, its interface just like ubuntu. And when everything had done, I tried to update then I knew that it was ubuntu base .. debian's core .. heuheuehue
just like my Gutsy Gibbon in my other PC but with Mac interface. When I saw its interface for the first time, I felt very pity because a few days before, I tried to configured my ubuntu's interface like Leopard's but until now I still can't find what the misatakes. But with GoS, I don't have to configure anymore .. .hueheuheuee .. .. .
I read from its website that in Mac, it required VMware Fusion. But I've already installed Parallel Desktop, so I tried to install it under parallel. It worked well at the beginning but when I wanted to change its screen resolution became 1440 x 900, it didn't work. The first thought that maybe it didn't support SVGA (in parallel desktop). I wonder to try to install in VMware Fusion. Hope I can tell you later .. ...