"Before I begin, I should recommend that you read the article on
Ubuntu 6.06 first. Why? Because Xubuntu and Ubuntu, as you might
expect, are extremely closely related--they share a common base,
which is no bad thing--this allows Xubuntu to build on Ubuntu's
strengths, without duplicating work.
"So, what exactly is Xubuntu? Essentially, if you start with
Ubuntu, get rid of GNOME and replace it with XFCE, similarly
replacing some heavier applications with lighter alternatives, you
end up Xubuntu..."
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