[xubuntu-users] Maya Xfce - should have known better
theuteck at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 14:06:22 UTC 2012
Since Mint is based on Ubuntu 12.04, you could install
xubuntu-desktop. I am not sure how well it will play with the stuff
installed by Mint since is used XFCE 4.10 and not 4.8, but if you are
going to reinstall this might be worth a shot. You might have to
modify your apt sources to included the Ubuntu repos if they are not
there by default.
On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 6:18 AM, Neil Winchurst <neilwin at drofle.co.uk> wrote:
> Recently I decided to update my distro. I have been using Mint KDE for a
> long time, although both wife and daughter use Xfce.
> Well, silly me, I chose to install Mint Maya Xfce instead of Xubuntu.
> Right from the start there was one strange quirk, it was very, very fast
> except for logging out. Almost every time I logged out the desktop just
> sat there for a minute and then suddenly closed down. About once every
> five or six times it closed down in about 2 seconds. Weird.
> Now I am having a problem with the menus, which drop down but then
> disappear when I try to choose an option. Also the icons for minimise
> etc have disappeared. I no longer have any confidence in it.
> Luckily I have set it up as a dual boot with my old distro which is what
> I am using now.
> So now I have learnt my lesson I am planning to install Xubuntu 12.04 so
> I have downloaded the latest iso file and burned it to a CD. Yes I know
> that there is a newer version but 12.04 is LTS and also it has been
> around a little while now.
> So if anyone has any advice before I go for the installation I would be
> very grateful. I am also wondering how to remove Maya but still keep the
> old distro for a dual boot. (Belt and braces!)
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