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.
Hi guys;i have Xubuntu 12.04LTS installed with XFCE desktop with Xubuntu dock, and installed Cairo Dock and changed desktop colour to blue,
but when i reboot i loose the Cairo Dock and get back to xfcex Xubuntu dock and i have to set the Cairo Dock again and blue screen again , as you see in the pic attach.
I'm not exactly new when it comes to Linux, especially Ubuntu. But due to my dislike of unity I decided to go with Xubuntu instead of the regular distro. I remember when first doing a clean install of Linux the system worked sluggish. Usually I'd go to where you can add desktop effects (like how the window will jiggle as you move it) it'd have me install my video driver.