The 20-second animation created in the tutorial movie shown at the top of this page.Clarisse i FX is designed to run smoothly on lower-end hardware: the tutorial was created on a dual-core laptop dating from 2009.There’s no FBX support, but Pixologic’s Go Z and Alembic should be in the retail version.“We prefer to look ahead [from FBX] and focus on strong Alembic support instead.Good, consistent signal strength, no drops, no issues.I will have to test again to see whether the disconnects I used to have back in the Pangolin era were because of the external disk installations, although I doubt it.
 Searching for stand-alone Windows Updates and Hotfixes  Hunt the USB Device, finding out which device is causing the boot error, “The last USB device you connected did not work..."  Do Nokia Lumia Windows Phone apps work on Surface Pro 3?Well, whatever the reason, luck or progress in the kernel space, things were looking quite sweet in the live session. I tried i Phone and the aforementioned Ubuntu Phone, and later my Nokia 520, but I don't have a screenshot of that one. Rosa 17.3 Xfce did its job loyally, playing all manner of files, including the typical combo of Flash, HD video and MP3.Samba sharing, fast and tight like a tiger, with great transfer speed. Bluetooth also worked without a hitch with my Ubuntu Phone. They all worked without any issues, and I was able to play music files stored on the phones and whatnot. The only thing that I'd change is that music files open in the video player rather than either Banshee or VLC. Network-related regressions made the live session on my Lenovo G50 with its Linux-unfriendly Realtek card nigh impossible, I lost temper, and the distro scored zero.A few weeks after this fiasco, I calmed down, and upgraded the Rafaela setup, which turns out to be a top distro of 2015, to Rosa, without any issues. Xfce, and this time, on my older HP laptop, which still has a respectable 4 GB of RAM, four CPU threads,an Nvidia card, and a Broadcom Wireless adapter.