This might be a stupid question (but I'd rather ask it anyway!)
I'm just getting a new netbook, and when considering what to put on it, I thought since I like 'standard' ubuntu for all its handy-for-my-workflow bits and bobs I've got used to -- but also sometimes want to be able to use the leaner, faster lubuntu for some tasks or just for fun -- it'd be nice to in effect dual-boot it.
I realise that's not an accurate term since they're both linux and hence the same OS, but you get what I mean, I hope. How would I go about it?
Or do I have a completely wrong understanding of the backstage operations of linux, and differences between ubuntu flavours, and all I need to do is install LXDE...?
TL;DR: Installing ubuntu and lubuntu on the same netbook -- please educate me!
FYI, the netbook is the PCSpecialist.co.uk "Axino II", with an 80GB SSD and minus Windows!