Well, my computer is getting old so I had decided to try out Lubuntu. Originally I had just installed lxde on Ubuntu and used that, but when it came time for 12.04 I wanted to do a clean install of Lubuntu.
At first I tried to install the 64 bit version via USB flash drive.
Lubuntu, an Ubuntu-based distribution integrating the LXDE desktop has announced the release of Lubunto 10.04 Beta 2. If you are not familiar with Lubuntu or LXDE, here is a screencast that gives you a good feel on this distro:
i installed ubuntu by minimal cd i but it in flash by unetbootin i choosed lubuntu desktop after installation finished the computer dosen't boot witout the flash but when i boot from the flash after boot i can disconnent the flash and work with lubuntu normally and install updates but if i retart the computer i have to connect the flash again
Julien Lavergne has released Lubuntu 10.04, an Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the lightweight LXDE desktop: "Lubuntu 10.04 is now available for download. Lubuntu is an Ubuntu variant using the LXDE desktop. It's designed to be a lightweight and easy-to-use desktop environment.
I have An Acer Aspire 1362 Laptop with AMD Sompron 2800+ processor and only 256MB RAM, with Windows XP installed. I have downloaded Lubuntu-12.04-alternate-i386.iso and installed it to a 16GB USB stick. I do not want to install Lubuntu on my hard drive (yet!).
I have got the USB stick to boot, and am working my way through the menu.