How do I change the main menu in Lubuntu 12.04? in Xubuntu it's under Settings but I don't seem to have that on Lubuntu.
I really need to get 'Games' off until after Christmas!
I've just installed xubuntu-desktop on my trusty Lenovo X61 on top of Lubuntu 13.10. However, when the machine boots up it always logs straight into a Lubuntu session without asking. To resolve this I tried uninstalling lubuntu with sudo apt-get remove lubuntu-desktop but this turned out to be a bad idea as it booted to a black screen.
In tty1 I re-installed lubuntu and now I'm back to square 1.
Hi everyone! Is it possible to get the Mint MATE menu working under Lubuntu 12.04? I really like that menu much better than the standard Lubuntu menu. Link: http://www.webupd8.org/2012/04/mate-...all-it-in.html
I'm using a Pentium 4 with 2.4GHz with Xubuntu 12.04.
Looking at system monitor I see that even with a few spreadsheets open but nothing being done (apart from the system monitor of course) the CPU usage is level on 50% and just requesting printing pushes it up to 100%.
Would Lubuntu give a significantly lower CPU usage?
I have Xubuntu 14.04 and Lubuntu 14.04 installed on the same box, a dual boot. After the latest Xubuntu updates, Xubuntu will not boot. Lubuntu will. The grub menu shows up, Both Xubuntu and Lubuntu show up, but when I choose Xubuntu, it defaults to Lubuntu. Again, Xubuntu will not boot. I have had a lot of fun with both OSs on the same box, so I would like to fix this problem.
I have Lubuntu 12.10 on an IBM Netvista. For some odd reason, whenever I click "Shut Down" from the logout menu in the taskbar, it goes to the "BOOT: IBM: PRESS F12 TO CHANGE BOOT SETTINGS" screen with the IBM logo, then it goes to Lubuntu again and it logs me back in. Any way to get it to shut down right?'
i recently installed lubuntu on an old dell d600 that was just sitting. and when the lubuntu installer finished it gave the restart option which i choose and let it do it's work but after it went past the dell loading screen the lcd turned off and did nothing more.