[xubuntu-users] Software Updates, pptp, tsclient
maxamillion at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 00:29:11 UTC 2007
1) Yes, all the updates are compatible because Xubuntu is in fact Ubuntu but
with some tweaks ... think of it like "diet ubuntu" if you like.
2) Worst case scenario is that those applications will pull in some
gnome-lib dependencies and slow things down while the gnome-libs are taking
up system memory.
xfce.org is a good resource, but I recommend you check out www.xubuntu.org:)
On 1/31/07, Paul Welsh <paul-w at mail.adsl4less.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> Installed Xubuntu 6.10 on my old Compaq Evo N110 PIII laptop and it's much
> swifter than Ubuntu, which is what I'd hoped.
> I'm a bit confused by the software updates that are available via Update
> Manager. I have 59 available updates including, eg, gdm - GNOME Display
> Manager from version 18.104.22.168-0ubuntu4 to 22.214.171.124-0ubuntu4.1 and firefox
> 2.0+0dfsg-0ubuntu3 to 126.96.36.199+0dfsg-0ubuntu0.6.1.0. Are these updates
> compatible with Xfce?
> Second question. Under Ubuntu I ran pptp, pptpconfig and tsclient. This
> enabled me to connect to remote Windows servers over a VPN. I can see
> apps in Synaptic but tsclient for example looks like it's a GNOME
> app. The
> http://www.xfce.org/ page shows a fairly limited range of apps.
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