[xubuntu-users] Getting ready to load Xubuntu

Coleman Stocks szf2001 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 24 23:32:42 UTC 2007

And if your hardware is crap (like mine, only 128 MB of RAM) then you  
should use the Alternative CD. It's basically the same installer, but just  
in a text based mode (like if you ever installed with Breezy). Good luck!

On Wed, 24 Jan 2007 16:26:02 -0700, Adam Miller <maxamillion at gmail.com>  

> If your hardware is supported under debian as of now, installation will  
> be
> as easy as boot live cd, double click install icon .... click "next"  
> button
> a couple times, enter name and password, edit paritions (or accept auto
> partitioner scheme), click "install" button .... get coffee (or other
> preferred beverage) and reboot
> only thing i watch out for is sometimes the video card isn't detected
> flawlessly, but i have noticed this to be true in debian also, so i don't
> think any surprises should come up.
> -Adam
> On 1/24/07, Skip Evans <skip at bigskypenguin.com> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> We're a PHP/MySQL shop using Debian/Fluxbox on our
>> workstations and we're taking a look at Xubuntu.
>> I like the idea of a lighter desktop than Gnome or
>> KDE and since I haven't had my head in the sand
>> for the last year I know about Ubuntu's rave
>> reviews and am anxious to check it out.
>> Do I understand correctly that Xubuntu comes on a
>> live CD with the option to "install do HD" kind of
>> thing?
>> What tips would anyone have for someone installing
>> Xu for the first time? Any configuration issues to
>> watch for?
>> Remember, we're developers here who dabble in sys
>> admin. We're not pro sys admins, but we're not
>> exactly newbies either.
>> Thanks for whoever set up this list. Capital idea!
>> --
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>> 406-782-2240
>> http://bigskypenguin.com
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