Lubuntu 13.04


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3 thoughts on “Lubuntu 13.04

  1. I have been using kubuntu and satisfied with it. Then I added/tinkered a lot of packages, some of which I do use, like R and pascal. But soon whole thing appeared messy. I wish there could be ‘thinning’ permissible without breaking the system by way of ‘bundle’ of packages for a given purpose as a good compromise.

    Lubuntu appeals more as it needs less resources. Wish there was also a ubuntu flavour with e17. I may prefer that.

  2. I’ve never been a fan of Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, but I must confess the Lubuntu team is doing a great job!

  3. yes, what i really dont like is this new ubuntu… i prefer more xubuntu. But normally im using Mageia (before mandrake, mandriva)

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