Xubuntu 6.06.1 desktop i386

Don and/or Mila Trombley donmila at shaw.ca
Tue Dec 19 04:34:43 UTC 2006

Tee Jay Rosene wrote:
> If you don't have 192Mb or more of RAM, be aware there are other ISOs
> available for download that require less RAM, that you can burn to CD
> and use to install.
> Have Fun with GNU/Linux,
> Raymond
> That's right. There are "alternative" ISOs that are available for 
> download, for the i386, that contain X/K/Ubuntu, but without the 
> graphical installer. They work very well; I've used all three on older 
> hardware (although Kubuntu can be ridiculously slow on older hardware, 
> so stay with Xubuntu).
> If you've used anything before 6.06.1, the installation is the same: 
> basic blue screen that walks you through the installation. You might 
> want to try this alternative out. I have seen older computers that 
> freeze on graphical installation breeze through this method.
As you know I am a Newbie and do not know which version of Xubuntu will 
work with 80 megs of R AM on board?
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