Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment
edward wrote:Since LXDE will run on slower systems, perhaps they should have included a kernel that would boot up with a 586, then the user could install a more streamlined kernel afterwards.
I tested it on an i586 before its release. It worked fine.
Neal wrote:I see. Your point was not so much what we at PCLinuxOS did, but rather a knock and a plug for lubuntu.
edward wrote:I'm not knocking any one distro. I feel that most of the distros should include a default kernel with the image, that will install on the widest available range of systems (at least a 586-based CPU), then if the user wants to install a kernel more optimized for their specific CPU, they can certainly do that.
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