How to fix Xubuntu 12.04.4?
fischerfm at yahoo.de
Fri Feb 14 19:58:11 UTC 2014
Thanks for the clarification, I got it now. The target market for
Xubuntu versus Ubuntu:
* rather outdated (basically: depreciated) hardware, low on resources.
People who just look for a speedier alternative tor Ubuntu on fast new
hardware should install Ubuntu first and then install the Xfce Desktop
Environment on top of it. Maybe starting with an LTS Ubuntu.
Thank you for your help and good luck with not following the Ubuntu path
for HW support.
On 14.02.2014 20:43, Richard Elkins wrote:
> I agree with Pjotr. Everyone staying on 12.04 or 12.04.x should stay
> with the existing Linux kernel - which can still be bug-fixed if need
> be. Support for 12.04/12.04.x continues until next year.
> "How to fix Xubuntu 12.04.4?". The normal update process.
> Our sites should be set on 14.04 LTS.
> On 02/14/2014 09:44 AM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
>> The common infrastructure notes are, well, common, and we can't help
>> them appearing in our release notes. It's fair to expect we had noted
>> this in the Xubuntu-specific notes, but that slipped through. At this
>> point, after four point releases, and with three(!) of them this
>> issue being unnoticed, I don't think it makes much difference to
>> change the wording.
>> However, you're welcome to help us in making sure the notes are
>> correct in the future. The team starts preparing release notes
>> usually about a week before any release, and pretty much final ISOs
>> are available at that time, so you can test them and join
>> #xubuntu-devel to discuss what should go into the release notes and
>> what not.
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