No real printer support, current printer support is experimental.
The only available printing software on linux in general is quite lacking, not well written, and very unstable.
LPR is available for anyone willing to learn how to use it.
Anyone willing to help get printing to work and work properly within the requirements of Kevux, your assistance is welcome.
Good Luck with printing.
Google mail does not respond to click events properly, use the "older version" of google mail.
Seamonkey may randomly crash, sometimes the crashes are caused by flash.
With the switch to uClibc-nptl, claws mail stopped properly connecting to e-mail servers via domain name.
This makes it quite useless and is considered a major regression.
As a work-around, do an nslookup for your desired e-mail server and use the ip-address as the server to connect to.
There are a large number of programs that might crash with "stack smashing attack" as the message.
This system has stack protection enabled in a number of programs, when a program tries to do something to harm the system (intentionally or accidentally) then "stack smashing attack" is present and the program exits.
This may happen a lot because the quality of software out there is quite poor and insecure programming is quite rampant.
Better to have the program quit than to allow the program to damage parts of the system and potentially grant system access to an attacker.
Manpage SupportManpages exist on the system, but there is no tool available to parse and read them on this system.
Remote Desktop sftp Support
The remote desktop client, called Remmina, is currently failing to decrypt valid passwords while connected to an SSH server.
There is no dhcp support for ipv6 at this time, but support is planned.