USB Installation of an older Austrumi version (AL 3.7.3, Kernel 4.14.0, downloadable from distro website), still has broadcom-sta (wl) driver can be easily brought to work (unfortunately removed in later AL versions probably due to switch to kernel 4.15.0). To enable this driver/ wlan0 interface: -rmmod b43, rmmod bcma, modprobe -r wl, modprobe wl
-Lightning fast distro (both boot and functioning), bootable to RAM
-For 300MB packed with clever selection of latest soft (LO, FF, Editors, etc.)
-Clean and polished, half dozen nice themes (some imitate Windows, GNOME, tiling, MX17, etc) per mouce click, default Latvian can be easily switched to Englis, etc.
-Very usable distro
Cons (rather minor vs Pros):
-fancy color themes. Author seems unable to decide/ limit to just 3-4 themes, makes sense for a mini distro
-suggest re-adding broadcom-sta (wl) driver to newest versions and fixing conflict wl with bcma/ b43 (loaded without rmmod/ modprobe at every boot). Could add option at boot menu to set driver if need keep all 3 drivers.
-too many languages, Latgalian, do even Latvians use it on PCs!? Make it default to English at boot with a selection of other languages as option - best promo. Some may already hesitate looking at origin country (don't misinterpret me I like Latvia).
-slapt-get package manager seems very slow to find things and inconvenient vs say synaptics in Debian.
-I cannot say how safe is your distro, your website is very limited, forum very inactive... Basically great first impression of the distro why people dont use or review it!?