The Elive project has published a new development snapshot
based on Debian 10 "Buster" and featuring the Enlightenment
desktop environment. The new version reportedly offers the
ability to create usernames with non-ASCII characters at
install time, improved support for Broadcom wireless cards,
and better disk accessing performance. "The Elive Team is
proud to announce the release of the beta version 3.8.12.
This new version includes: Elive-Upgrader can upgrade your
bios and other firmwares (only on UEFI installs).
Startup-Applications launcher correctly closes processes
when exiting the desktop. Installer: You can use non-ASCII
usernames now like ?tg?rd, first boot after install improved
with post-configurations added. Fine-tune options are much
improved, lighter resulting installed system and extra
optimizations added, specially for low resources machines
which can end up using only 175 MB of RAM. Fixed issue with
blanking screen during install, PulseAudio possibility to be
removed. Boot partition now uses less space, allowing
upgrades from the stable version that has small boot
partitions without issues. Improved installation speed."