Slideshow changes ?
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Sat Jan 26 20:38:15 UTC 2013
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> From: Aere Greenway
> Sent: 01/27/13 01:39 AM
> I agree that the alternate install can be used, and does work, and I use
> it for machines with 512 megabytes of RAM (which _used_ to be sufficient
> for installing any of the 'flavors' of Ubuntu).
> The problem is, it is prudent to try-out the new system before
> installing it, and I must download the live CD system to do that, which
> also used to be all that was needed to install it.
> But now, I have to download another CD (not all of us have fast Internet
> speeds) to do the actual install.
> To me, it would be more friendly to the users, to be able to install
> from what we already downloaded - even without the pretty pictures
> (admittedly informative), than to require us to download yet another CD
> when we decide to install.
Actually, it only took : sudo apt-get remove ubiquity-slide-show-lubuntu
...after learning from google/askubuntu that it was required for AMDs
This could be mentioned in Lubuntu-install-notes.
That, & a button to remove slideshow would do it. -Tracey.
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