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naba.kumarr at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 16:29:34 UTC 2016
Thanks Aere for your suggestion.based on your suggestion I am downloading
Lubentu 15.10 now.I will upgrade to 16.04 soon.
On 25/01/2016 9:53 pm, "Aere Greenway" <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com> wrote:
> Your machine has plenty of speed and memory for Lubuntu. It would be
> insufficient for the main Ubuntu version, or for Kubuntu possibly.
> Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Mate, and probably UbuntuStudio should work fine
> on it. I prefer Lubuntu.
> It's probably best to install Lubuntu 15.10, and upgrade to 16.04 this
> To install, create a live (bootable) USB drive. Use UNetBootin (you'll
> have to install it) to create the bootable USB. The live USB creator
> provided (Startup Disk Creator) is notoriously unreliable.
> - Aere
> On 01/24/2016 11:14 PM, Naba Kumar wrote:
> Dear Aere,
> Thank u for your quick response.My Lenovo s10 3c(1.6 ghz processer with
> 11gb ram) was Preloaded with window 7 starter.however I replaced the os
> with window xp.since window xp is no longer supported by Microsoft,I am
> planning to replace with Linux.Since I am new to Linux,please suggest me
> the Linux Lubuntu version for the same.My limitations will be for browsing
> internet,MS office,Facebook, etc.Is the recent updated version Lubentu 15
> is suitable for my netbook or shall I install the lower version of
> Lubuntu?I can upgrade my 1gb RAM to 2 gb on your recommendation.
> Naba kumar
> On 24/01/2016 10:29 pm, "Aere Greenway" <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com> wrote:
>> On 01/24/2016 06:53 AM, Naba Kumar wrote:
>> Dear sir,
>> I have Lenovo s10 3c netbook.The configuration of the netbook is intel
>> atom 1.6 GHz with 1 gb ram.please suggest the lubuntu version for the daily
>> usages of the netbook for Facebook,internet browsing,GIMP,DVD
>> Naba kumar
>> I have a similar HP NetBook (same memory & processor). Its processor is
>> Intel Atom, dual core, 1.6 gigahertz speed.
>> That machine works fine with Lubuntu (the ordinary version - not a
>> special version). The machine has plenty of power for Lubuntu, and also
>> works fine with Ubuntu Mate.
>> Where it doesn't have a CD or DVD drive, it has to be installed using a
>> live USB, and you can't play DVDs or CDs on it.
>> It works fine with all of the usages you mentioned (as well as audio/MIDI
>> music). I use Firefox for browsing on it. I don't use FaceBook, so I
>> can't vouch for that. I haven't actually used LibreOffice on it, but I
>> don't see any reason why it wouldn't work on it.
>> The biggest challenge with that machine (in my experience) is its small
>> screen dimensions. The ability of Linux to allow you to hold-down the
>> Alt-key, then click anywhere in the window to drag the window to a new
>> position sometimes can be useful, or even vital.
>> P.S. - Not all of us are 'Sir'.
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