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MadPenguin: Ubuntu Goes Low Spec!

Jan 12, 2007, 12:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matt Hartley)

[ Thanks to Matt D. for this link. ]

"Ubuntu Lite: An Alternative to Xubuntu? The people in the know claim that Xubuntu is just the ticket for people who are looking to use their older low spec machines. Be this as it may, it has been my understanding that you really do not want to operate with less than 128MB of RAM.

"Ubuntu Lite, by contrast, is said to work with 64MB of RAM, and if need be, it can even work with as little as 32MB of RAM. Considering the advantages demonstrated by other Lite Debian-based distributions, it could very well open up some doors for folks looking to make the switch, yet not possessing up to date hardware. "

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