new tarballs for the OBI: Trusty Lubuntu, Xubuntu and LXLE 12.04.4 32-bits
nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 20:54:08 UTC 2014
There are four new tarballs at Phill's server
1. Trusty pre-beta
There are two experimental tarballs made from Lubuntu and Xubuntu Trusty
Tahr pre-beta daily builds. You are welcome to test them, but expect
that there might be problems, particularly when you try to update/upgrade.
These tarballs contain a 32-bit pae kernel and fake-pae and can be used
with most Intel/AMD CPUs including Pentium M and Celeron M processors.
2. LXLE 12.04.4
New tarballs are created by Jack Trice from LXLE 12.04.4 with 32-bit
non-pae kernel and OEM style installation.
lxle32-12.04.4-oem0.tar.gz # in OEM mode, password: 123456
lxle32-12.04.4-oem1.tar.gz # OEM: ready for the end user
These tarballs contain a 32-bit non-pae kernel and can be used with most
Intel/AMD CPUs including Pentium M and Celeron M processors. The non-pae
kernel does not manage memory above 2 GB well (but it is seldom a
problem with old hardware). LXDE is specified for minimum 512 MB RAM, so
these tarballs are suitable for computers with RAM size in the interval
[512 MB, 2 GB] See this link
We selected this kernel to make good tarballs for old computers. The
64-bit version of LXLE is better for newer and more powerful computers,
but there is no such tarball (now).
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