lightest possible weight ubuntu?
st.chris at gmail.com
Fri Nov 2 17:15:31 UTC 2007
WLAN card support is just the same as in Ubuntu, as is the kernel and the
repository contents. XFCE (the Desktop environment of Xubuntu can also run
Gnome and KDE applications).
On 11/2/07, Michele <m.zarri at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/2/07, Tipton, Timothy <Timothy.Tipton at pxd.com> wrote:
> > >>It's a Pentium III with 128MB RAM (soon 256 as I found someone selling
> > a
> > >>128MB module on eBay), an ATI radeon M6 graphic card and 30GB hard
> > disk...
> > I have a very similar old laptop and it runs Xubuntu perfectly. XFCE is
> > the Desktop environment and it is quite light, and easy to use. I highly
> > recommend it: http://xubuntu.org/
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> Thanks guys,
> Couple of extra questions:
> Is the support of WLAN cards in Xubunto as good as in Ubuntu?
> Is it possible to install Xubuntu on my desktop (or laptop) in parallel
> with Ubuntu so that I can familiarize with XFCE?
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