12) Is there a front-end / back-end package mananger? If so, describe both the frontend and backend.13) Give an example of this package manager:- how to install a program- how to remove a program,- how to remove a program including configuration files- how do you search for a package?- how do you update the system, how do you upgrade the system.
There are a couple of major packages in linux RPM for red hat and co Deb for debian and co Yast for Suse and co they all have a front end and backend for debian/ unbuntu it is synaptic (frontend) and apt-get (backend) even though we have a app center it is a front end to apt-get upgadeing is done by a dedicated app (but you can use apt-get also of course) the rest is for you to try
14) does your distribution use an x-server + x-windows or is it different?16) What is the display manager?17) What is the window manager?
yes x11 not wayland Jeff has made it clear that he does not intinded to jump into wayland as x11 is better (even though unbuntu now comes with wayland) I think he is right and this imho comes from wanting to have a stadle goood dristro ( the reason why no upgrade in EFL)
15) Which is the default desktop environment that uses your distribution?16) What is the display manager?17) What is the window manager?
as said before Moksha a fort of enlightenment but you can gt E21 in the repositories also it is all inclusive see the enlightenment website https://www.enlightenment.org/
18) What is the graphical configuration system used in your distribution?
as said above we don't know what you want but if it is to contrast gnome and kde we use GTK (gnome)
the key to understanding linux and especially Enlightenment Moksha is to try it
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