[ubuntu-uk] Business with Ubuntu

James Milligan lake54 at lake54.com
Wed May 27 16:18:15 BST 2009

Ok thank for that.

Also just to answer Alan's email which has just come through, thanks  
as well.


On 27 May 2009, at 16:00, Philip Stubbs <philip at stuphi.co.uk> wrote:

> 2009/5/27 James Milligan <lake54 at lake54.com>:
>> Ah thanks for that.
>> Just seeing the quote you used from my last email - wanted to clarify
>> it a bit. The reason i'm wanting a live cd is so that I can put the
>> codec stuff on or flash and the other media things, not drivers etc.
>> As a quick sort of poll, is Ubuntu Desktop the best for this type of
>> thing, rather than any of the others? I.e. Kubuntu, Xubuntu etc.
> Stick with Ubuntu if the machine can handle it. If it is a bit low
> powered, then use Xubuntu. You don't want too many
> options/configurations, as it will become a nightmare to manage.
> Before all the KDE fans get flame throwers out, I only suggest using
> Ubuntu as it is the standard version, not because of any bias for
> Gnome on my part.
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