The following are screenshots for PsychOS486. However, sooner or later, some of the following screenshots may not match what is on your booted PsychOS486 system. This is because of updates to PsychOS486Tools (/opt/psychos486tools) that you will have to manually update yourself. In other words, if you are reviewing PsychOS486, please try to keep it updated and take your own screenshots.
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PsychOS486 boots on QEMU with -cpu set to i486 with 32MB of RAM; however, you will not be able to run any of the default, graphical desktop environments such as JWM or XFCE.
Piping 'htop' output to a text file revealed that video playback, including DVD may still be possible with 32MB of RAM via mplayer, so things may not be so bad.
CLIMax is one of the options you can choose from after the system is done loading a few things. The original version was designed for regular PsychOS (i686), but this one was redone for PsychOS486's i486DX users with 32MB of RAM, but it can also be used by those that are not too familiar with the command-line.
This is an example of ROX file manager with customized icons; however, the default home icons will be plain-looking folders in the public release. I was going to have it look like this by default but I couldn't get used to it.
This file manager takes a bit to get used to, but has more customization features than most other file managers.
PsychOS486 comes with the Thunar file manager and can be ran independently from XFCE if the ROX file manager is too confusing. A few "Custom Thunar Actions" are also included. However, in the case of PsychOS486, the ROX file manager does have more features and isn't too bad if you can get used to drag-and-drop. PsychOS486 runs everything as "root" by default, hence the red warning bar.
The 'xfce4-appfinder' program can be ran independently from XFCE. However, if running on an i486DX machine (uname -m), clicking the AppFinder icon on the desktop or using "Super+Spacebar" results in the much lighter 'gRun' program that searches through /usr/bin, /usr/local/bin, etc. instead of /usr/share/applications.