I have recently wondered if more Ubuntu editions were going to be released..
Lubuntu sounds great
Great news! Especially now that Debian Lenny comes with LXDE, it's time for an LXDE Ubuntu, too.
Can't you just start with the minimal Ubuntu install and install LXDE over top of that? That's what I do for Xfce (Xubuntu sucks).
just as i use the debian lenny LXDE + openbox image i would of course also start using a ubuntu LXDE installer cd if there was one. so this is indeed very good news.
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I'd love it if something like this came to be - it'd certainly help out LXDE development, and maybe it'd even spur development on "smaller" apps to go with it.
Desktop: AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 Dualcore 2.61GHz, 2GB DDR, 40GB HDD, 120GB HDD, Win7 32-bit
Laptop: Thinkpad T61 - Intel Core 2 Duo 2.00GHz, 4GB DDR2, 500GB HDD, Win7 32-bit/Lubuntu 12.04.2 32-bit (PAE enabled)
Are there any LXDE default distros out there that are up-to-date.
I think the latest Knoppix is on LXDE by default. I wonder how Knoppix is doing though.