Trusty Tahr artwork

Ali Linx ali.linux at amjjawad.net
Wed Feb 19 19:41:48 UTC 2014


On 02/19/2014 11:38 PM, Rafael Laguna wrote:
> Oh, right. I'm not an expert in architecture. So, my K7 (Sempron 3200 
> Athlon64) is newer than those who need non-PAE? Because everything 
> works fine.
>
Here is how you can find out:
http://askubuntu.com/questions/128396/how-can-i-tell-if-a-machine-has-pae

> --
> Rafael Laguna
> Lubuntu Artwork Team

Thanks!

>
>
> 2014-02-19 19:33 GMT+01:00 Ali Linx <ali.linux at amjjawad.net 
> <mailto:ali.linux at amjjawad.net>>:
>
>
>     On 02/19/2014 09:40 PM, Rafael Laguna wrote:
>>     That's true. If you want to use 10.04 you should be able to, and
>>     programs must work the same way. But you must expect some weird
>>     changes when you update some parts of the system (like the
>>     artwork only).
>>
>>     I must tell you that my computer is worst than "3rd world". It's
>>     an AMD K7, and I can't run Unity., but Lubuntu Trusty Tahr runs
>>     as fast as light, with compositing and transparency effects.
>>     Trusty doesn't have more RAM consumption than Precise. You should
>>     install anwhere, and I recommend it, because the developers may
>>     fixed some bugs you still have on your computer.
>>
>>
>     If you have Non-PAE CPU, newer versions of Lubuntu will 'not' work
>     by default, Rafael ;)
>     That is exactly why users are using 'old and unsupported' versions
>     and that is why people like Phill and me are trying to find a
>     solution for this ;)
>
>
>
>>     --
>>     Rafael Laguna
>>     Lubuntu Artwork Team
>>
>>
>>     2014-02-19 18:03 GMT+01:00 Salama <mando2u2003 at gmail.com
>>     <mailto:mando2u2003 at gmail.com>>:
>>
>>         Just because 12.04 reached EOL doesn't mean that we shouldn't
>>         use it!!
>>         Some old machines - with very low memory - won't be able to
>>         use the
>>         new versions.. so 12.04 is the only available solution to
>>         many users
>>         in "3rd world" countries.
>>
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