Have been running Ubuntu on my desktop since 9.something... now on 11.04, but have not done any updates for a LONG time... I saw Unity and decided I wanted no part of that! I have a laptop that I installed Xubuntu 12.04 on, and like the Xubuntu MUCH better than Ubuntu... So, decided that I would put Xubuntu on the desktop.
I decided to try and revive an old laptop tonight. It's a Compaq Presario V2000.
At first I tried 32-bit Ubuntu 12.04, but it just froze my screen everytime I tried to open browser. So I downloaded Xubuntu 13.10 iso, but when I opened Pen Drive Linux, Xubuntu 13.10 wasn't included in the options on the drop down menu.
Is there a current version of Xubuntu that can be written to flash drive?
I have a desktop PC that has been for a few years on xubuntu. I have decided, however to move all my systems to xubuntu.
I installed most of the systems through a CD (reinstallation) but this one has lots of important files, backups, etc (several TB). I therefore decided to install kubuntu-desktop from aptitude.
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I use a PC with Windows 7 for a long time ago. BUT I decided I install xubuntu 14 near Windows 7. I made a bootable USB pendrive with xubuntu live. I boot from the pendrive and start xubuntu live. Xubuntu live started correctly. Then I started the install from xubuntu live. When the installator ask me, I chossed "Install Xubuntu alongside Windows 7".