I have been working for a few days on getting SliTaz Arm (with GUI) installed on my Raspberry Pi B+. I have managed to get it installed as per the instructions and, aside from the read-only root bug in the install script that was later fixed, everything went off without a hitch and I was able to boot up the image.
The problem is that SliTaz ARM does not initialize the USB hardware on boot. There is no mouse, keyboard, or ethernet support, which means that there is no way to actually interact with the OS. I have managed to play around with the boot settings to get it to auto-login and set the keyboard layout correctly, but it still doesn't provide power to the hardware.
If I use the newest Raspbian kernel to boot up the system I can get it to start in text-only mode with keyboard support, but all of the apps are broken at that point and the desktop cannot be started.
Has anyone experienced this issue and managed to get past it? If so, please let me know how.
I would love to use this OS since it's much smaller and faster than wheezy (and the other similar alternatives) and doesn't eat up nearly as much RAM as PiCore.