|Josh Goldstein on 3 Feb 2008 08:17:13 -0800|
I just tried the Linux Mint live CD and it was sooo nice -- it was like when I'm on my 5th cup of coffee at work and I think I see God.
Bill Diehl wrote:
> OK, folks, you convinced me to try Ubuntu.
rather than installing, why not try live cd's or virtual machines?
This way you can try any Ubuntu variant or whatver else you want.
> derivative of Ubuntu - I just don't want unnecessary clutter and
> overhead on my computer
if it's any consolation, I find XP to be too cluttered, with too much
overhead. I use Xubuntu even though I have lotsa horsepower. Tried kde
but it bothers me.
The only problem I see is that XFCE isn't as tightly integrated with
Ubuntu as it should be. That aside, it's running on all of my machines
at home and work, plus a laptop. The only exception is one trial of
> if/when I really get stuck on something - right folks?
I sure hope so. Maybe I'll get a chance to give back....
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