No, I'm not dissatisfied with my favorite OS; the title refers to the fact that my home machine is running Debian Linux, and the church box is Windows XP.
Today I took my data folder on a flash drive to church and installed OpenLP. The experience was a disaster, but I think it may have something to do with the files on the flash drive. I'm going to try again tomorrow and will report the results.
I would like to use the Dropbox approach, but Internet access is not reliable enough at my location. So I need to be able to transport file changes by flash drive.
Where are the actual images stored? In the data folder there is just a thumbnails folder.
I did run into a mystery in that the data folder created by the Windows install was not reachable in Windows Explorer:
The above is what shows up in OpenLP's "open the data folder" function. But there is no Application Data at that location in Windows Explorer!
I put a new data folder in My Documents and hopefully tomorrow will have better results.