I'm having insomnia for the last few days and I can't sleep ... it's 6:30am and even when I'm dead tired, I can't sleep ... guess it's Lubuntu's Energy that keeps me awake? don't know
I'll get back to ALL of you shortly but I need to be healthy (had migraine and now stomach pain) and full awake
One thing about the organization of this thread: PLEASE, don't worry because ONE of my main plans is to keep this thread in shape and organized like no other thread in this forum yeah, I know I'm SO MUCH confident but I know what I'm talking about.
I've seen GREAT threads, much better than mine, regardless what the subject is, it wasn't organized as this.
Even if the first post got so much information and links, I'll manage it, no worries
I've seen very much interested questions and I must answer but just to let you know, I'm having something could be more important. NOT saying that your questions are not important because honestly I do care about your questions the most but ... I'm trying to spare sometime to write on my other thread (Lubuntu 12.04) and it's very important because I'm afraid soon, will not have much time so better now than late.
I have lots of ideas for both LXDE and Lubuntu 12.04. If some of these ideas will be taken into consideration and the work started on that, I think Lubuntu 12.04 will be beyond what we may expect.
No secret so I'll share it with you.
I have a 2nd PC (Test PC). It's P4 and I dropped the RAM to 368MB for a reason. I have installed so far:
Xubuntu 11.04, Lubuntu 11.10, Mint 11 LXDE, Peppermint 2 and CrunchBang 10 and planning to install ArchBang too.
Why am I doing that?
Obviously, I'm trying to compare in depth between all of these.
Anyway, enough for now ... I have to deal with my insomnia now and then think about what shall I write on Lubuntu 12.04 thread.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for everyone ... I love being here with all of you sharing the one and only love ... Lubuntu
I have tried:
but didn't work with meCode:sudo shutdown -P now
I have tired:
but didn't work too.Code:sudo apt-get install turnoffpc-go2bed -y
Hmmm, what else do I have to try?