Freddie Ruddick frederific at
Sat May 5 23:53:44 UTC 2007

On Sat, 2007-05-05 at 08:37 -0400, JD wrote:
> If anyone here has given this a go, I'd appreciate your feedback.
I've used it, but only from the LiveCD, never installed it. Very useful,
with loads of password/passphrase sniffing/breaking, bluesnarfing, and
general networky type tools. However, most of these are of little to no
use for "normal" users. It may well (I don't know how much setup/config
is required) be easier to start with a standard ubuntu desktop install,
then install fluxbox with apt-get/Synaptic; than to install nubuntu and
track down and remove the un-needed networky stuff.

There's also fluxbuntu(.org), but that seems a little... deserted

> Also, if anyone here has used xubuntu, I'd appreciate feedback on that front
> as well.

It might be worth cross-posting that to xubuntu-users.

Freddie :)

"There was a point to this story, but it has temporarily  escaped the
chronicler's mind."  - This line perhaps best sums up the whole book.  

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