Features information

features_info.ADVANCED = ['aur', 'firefox', 'vivaldi', 'firewall', 'flash', 'graphic_drivers', 'lamp', 'lts', 'sshd', 'visual']

list: These features are considered ‘advanced’ so it won’t be shown by default

features_info.DESCRIPTIONS = {'a11y': 'Useful packages for individuals who are blind or visually impaired.', 'aur': 'The AUR is a community-driven repository for Arch users.', 'bluetooth': 'Enables your system to make wireless connections via Bluetooth.', 'chromium': 'Open-source web browser from Google.', 'cups': 'Installation of printer drivers and management tools.', 'energy': 'Brings you the benefits of advanced power management for Linux.', 'firefox': 'A popular open-source graphical web browser from Mozilla.', 'firewall': 'Control the incoming and outgoing network traffic.', 'flash': 'Freeware software normally used for multimedia.', 'games': 'Installs Steam and Playonlinux for gaming enthusiasts.', 'graphic_drivers': 'Installs AMD or Nvidia proprietary graphic driver.', 'lamp': 'Apache (or Nginx) + Mariadb + PHP installation and setup.', 'lts': 'Long term support (LTS) Linux kernel and modules.', 'office': 'Open source office suite. Supports editing MS Office files.', 'sshd': 'Enables Secure SHell service.', 'visual': 'Enable transparency, shadows, and other desktop effects.', 'vivaldi': 'Vivaldi is a free, fast web browser designed for power-users.'}

dict: Feature descriptions

features_info.ICON_NAMES = {'a11y': 'a11y', 'aur': 'system-software-install', 'bluetooth': 'bluetooth', 'chromium': 'chromium', 'cups': 'printer', 'energy': 'gnome-power-manager', 'firefox': 'firefox', 'firewall': 'network-server', 'flash': 'flash', 'games': 'applications-games', 'graphic_drivers': 'gnome-system', 'lamp': 'applications-internet', 'lts': 'applications-accessories', 'office': 'accessories-text-editor', 'sshd': 'network-connect', 'visual': 'video-display', 'vivaldi': 'vivaldi'}

dict: Icon names for each feature.

As each desktop has its own features, these are listed in desktop_info module instead of here.

features_info.TITLES = {'a11y': 'Adds accessibility packages', 'aur': 'Arch User Repository (AUR) Support', 'bluetooth': 'Bluetooth Support', 'chromium': 'Chromium Web Browser', 'cups': 'Printing Support', 'energy': 'Advanced power management', 'firefox': 'Firefox Web Browser', 'firewall': 'Uncomplicated Firewall', 'flash': 'Flash plugins', 'games': 'Steam + PlayonLinux', 'graphic_drivers': 'Graphic drivers (Proprietary)', 'lamp': 'Apache (or Nginx) + Mariadb + PHP', 'lts': 'Kernel (LTS version)', 'office': 'LibreOffice', 'sshd': 'SSH Service', 'visual': 'Visual Effects', 'vivaldi': 'Vivaldi Web Browser'}

dict: Feature titles

features_info.TOOLTIPS = {'a11y': 'Useful packages for individuals who are blind or visually impaired.', 'aur': "Use yaourt to install AUR packages.\nThe AUR was created to organize and share new packages\nfrom the community and to help expedite popular packages'\ninclusion into the [community] repository.", 'bluetooth': 'Bluetooth is a standard for the short-range wireless\ninterconnection of cellular phones, computers, and\nother electronic devices. In Linux, the canonical\nimplementation of the Bluetooth protocol stack is BlueZ.', 'chromium': 'Chromium is an open-source browser project that aims to build a\nsafer, faster, and more stable way for all users to experience the web.\n(this is the default)', 'cups': 'CUPS is the standards-based, open source printing\nsystem developed by Apple Inc. for OS® X and other\nUNIX®-like operating systems.', 'energy': 'Linux thermal daemon (thermald) monitors and controls temperature\nin laptops, tablet PC with the latest Intel sandy bridge. Once the\nsystem temperature reaches a certain threshold, the Linux daemon\nactivates various cooling methods to try to cool the system', 'firefox': 'Mozilla Firefox (known simply as Firefox) is a free and\nopen-source web browser developed for Windows, OS X, and Linux,\nwith a mobile version for Android, by the Mozilla Foundation and\nits subsidiary, the Mozilla Corporation. Firefox uses the Gecko\nlayout engine to render web pages, which implements current and\nanticipated web standards. Enable this option to install Firefox\ninstead of Chromium', 'firewall': 'Ufw stands for Uncomplicated Firewall, and is a program for\nmanaging a netfilter firewall. It provides a command line\ninterface and aims to be uncomplicated and easy to use.', 'flash': 'Adobe Flash Player is freeware software for using content created\non the Adobe Flash platform, including viewing multimedia, executing\nrich internet applications and streaming video and audio.', 'games': 'Steam is one of the most popular gaming clients that supports\nlinux in technology and gaming, while PlayOnLinux\nis a very easy manager to setting up games to play\nthrough wine, instead of doing it manually.', 'graphic_drivers': 'Installs AMD or Nvidia proprietary graphics driver instead\nof the open-source variant. Do NOT install this if you have a\nNvidia Optimus laptop', 'lamp': 'This option installs a web server (you can choose\nApache or Nginx) plus a database server (Mariadb)\nand PHP.', 'lts': 'The linux-lts package is an alternative Arch kernel package.\nThis particular kernel version enjoys long-term support from upstream,\nincluding security fixes and some feature backports. Additionally, this\npackage includes ext4 support. For Antergos users seeking a long-term\nsupport kernel, or who want a fallback kernel in case the latest kernel\nversion causes problems, this option is the answer.', 'office': 'LibreOffice is the free power-packed Open Source\npersonal productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh\nand Linux, that gives you six feature-rich applications\nfor all your document production and data processing\nneeds: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base.', 'sshd': 'Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol that allows data to be\nexchanged over a secure channel between two computers.\nSSH is typically used to log into a remote machine and execute commands.\n', 'visual': 'Compton is a lightweight, standalone composite manager,\nsuitable for use with window managers that do not natively\nprovide compositing functionality. Compton itself is a fork\nof xcompmgr-dana, which in turn is a fork of xcompmgr.\nSee the compton github page for further information.', 'vivaldi': "Vivaldi is a freeware, cross-platform web browser developed by\nVivaldi Technologies. It was officially launched on April 12, 2016.\nThe browser is aimed at staunch technologists, heavy Internet users,\nand previous Opera web browser users disgruntled by Opera's transition\nfrom the Presto layout engine to the Blink layout engine, which\nremoved many popular features."}

dict: Feature tooltips