Updating minimum requirements
ypharis at gmail.com
Fri May 1 03:03:25 UTC 2020
Here is my suggestion for how the minimum section should look.
To *install* and *use Xubuntu* 20.04 or higher, you need a 64-bit processor
with at least *512 MB of memory*. You can also *try Xubuntu* within athe USD
or DesktopDVD with the same amount of memory. Keep in mind that running the
system from a USB or DVD will be slower than an installed system.
When you install Xubuntu from the Desktop DVD, you need about 87.5 GB of
free space on your hard disk.
*Your processor* needs to *support PAE* in order to run Xubuntu 18.04 or
On Fri, May 1, 2020 at 1:40 AM Sean Davis <sean at bluesabre.org> wrote:
> It should be noted that Xubuntu 20.04 and newer doesn't support
> 32-bit/i386. So we might be able to utilize or reference this, or otherwise
> somehow make that clear:
> On 4/30/20 4:04 PM, Yousuf Philips wrote:
> Hi Team,
> Today I asked the community about the oldest PCs they are running Xubuntu
> on, and the results can be seen at the links below.
> Here are some of the lowest specs pulled from the links above.
> Intel Celeron 462 Mhz, 512MB RAM, Came with Windows 98
> Intel Celeron M 900 MHz, 1GB RAM, Came with Asus Linux
> Intel Atom N270, 1GB DDR2 RAM, Came with Windows XP Home
> We can also utilize minimum requirements from other distros as a guide,
> like Linux Mint, Linux Lite and Drauger OS
> Pentium M 1.0GHz, 1GB RAM, 8GB HDD -
> 1Ghz CPU, 786MB RAM, 8GB HDD -
> x86 Processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB HDD -
> I did a test with Xubuntu 18.04.3 installed in a VM with 1 CPU Core, 512MB
> RAM, 20GB HDD and 1GB Swap and it seemed to run fine for basic tasks,
> though it a single core of a Intel i5 Gen 4 @ 3.6GHz.
> Looking at these details, maybe we dont need to modify the minimum specs,
> but likely we should mention a minimum and recommended processor.
> On Sat, Apr 25, 2020 at 6:49 PM Yousuf Philips <ypharis at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Team,
>> I believe that we need to update the minimum requirements page with new
>> minimum and recommended memory and hard disk space.
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