Click on the Proxy section and select “Use manually specified proxy configuration”.
That's what Sabayon Linux is now enabling with Docker based images for its upcoming releases.
Sabayon is a desktop-friendly version of Gentoo Linux.
These are forked directly from a Gentoo stage3 docker image.
The result is a very clean chroot that is even closer to Gentoo.
Our docker pulls in the stage3, adds Sabayon overlay, installs Entropy to a point where it can run. Now we can keep our minimal chroot current and easy make changes whenever we want.
Then it checks the Portage database to list what packages are installed and replaces them with the packages from Entropy. The docker base image is then being “squashed” so we can feed it as an image to our Molecule™ script that will build our iso images for us. While KDE 3 has long since been replaced by the KDE project proper, there is a fork of KDE 3 known as Trinity which continues to thrive.
One of the many distros that supports Trinity is Q4OS which was updated last week to version 1.2.8.
This Q4OS release delivers redesigned 'Setup' utility, the native Q4OS tool, that enables smooth and user friendly installation of external applications.
It has been improved to be able to solve dependencies of packages in deeper complexity and automatically install extra useful software without the need of additional user intervention.
An integrated message-box now displays installation messages much clearer.
No it's not Linux, because it doesn't use a Linux kernel, but beyond that PC-BSD 10.2 will have many other elements that are very familiar to Linux users.