I recently installed Edubuntu for Ubuntu on my laptop running 11.10, and it changed some of my system artwork. (Such as Dash Home) Can I change this back to the regular Ubuntu 11.10 defaults?
on 01/27/2012 – Made popular on 01/27/2012
I'm using edubuntu 12.04 on my Asus Eee PC 900HA laptop. Now I want to delete the edubuntu OS and install XP instead. I don't need edubuntu and XP both [not dual boot]. The laptop doesn't have a CD ROM and I'm using a flash drive for booting and instaling.
I've already made my flash drive bootable with XP following this tutorial. Do I have to make any changes before I install XP?
Hi I installed edubuntu desktop on ubuntu and have decided to get rid of it. There is no problem with the function of my desktop but i would like to know why after removing edubuntu there is still traces remaining. Examples include dash symbol is edubuntu and all of the wallpaper selections remain. Any one know how to completely remove edubuntu?
I have Ubuntu and Edubuntu installed on my laptop. But both shows as "Ubuntu ..." in the grub menu.
To workaround this, I can change the variable DISTRIB_ID and DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION to have values "Edubuntu" instead of "Ubuntu" and then run sudo update-grub. But, I wonder whether that can affect my future upgrades.
In Edubuntu 12.04.2, is there a way to have the system sense the attached monitor (I'm running this on a desktop - Dell Optiplex 740 - and not a laptop.) Every 12.04.2 install I've done defaults to a 640x480 (Laptop) screen
Following the release of Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS, Canonical has released the Edubuntu 12.04.2 LTS operating system, along with Kubuntu, Mythbuntu, Xubuntu, and Ubuntu Server. Edubuntu 12.04.2 LTS is the second Long Term Support release of the Edubuntu project. Being supported for 5 years, Canonical will keep it alive until April 2017.
I have always used Edubuntu rather than Ubuntu because I have many children including home educated ones who casually use the education offerings. I appreciate many but not all of the extra offerings. I never got beyond 8.04.4 LTS, so am considering updating. I note now with Edubuntu 12.04 it is >2GB i.e.4 times bigger, even apparently using squashfs.