View Poll Results: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

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  • Confirm That!

    64 48.12%
  • Agreed

    44 33.08%
  • Disagreed

    12 9.02%
  • I Do NOT Know About That?!

    7 5.26%
  • Lubuntu IS My Favourite OS

    33 24.81%
  • Lubuntu is NOT My Favourite OS!

    20 15.04%
  • What is Lubuntu?

    10 7.52%
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Thread: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

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    Talking Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine




    Hello everyone,

    Yet again, another thread about Lubuntu, my favourite Linux Distribution that does wonders and keeps dazzling people all around the world.
    Whether you have used it, heard about it or never did, please join us in this discussion

    Regardless being a member of Lubuntu Team, I'm just a user of this great OS and everyone must really know how great and amazing it's.

    The Title of the thread says is all.

    1- How Many Users Actually Confirm That?
    Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine - Yes, it has
    2- How Many Users Agree About That?
    Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine - Agreed
    3- How Many Users Disagree About That?
    Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine - I Disagree
    4- How Many Users Do Not Know About That?
    Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine - I Did Not Know That
    5- Lubuntu IS My Favourite OS


    6- Lubuntu is NOT My Favourite OS!


    7- What is Lubuntu?

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    Thank you!
    Last edited by amjjawad; November 5th, 2011 at 06:37 PM.

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    What about

    lubuntu has breathed life into my not so old yet not very powerful machine (netbook)

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    Quote Originally Posted by nothingspecial View Post
    What about

    lubuntu has breathed life into my not so old yet not very powerful machine (netbook)
    Yup. It's smartened up our Asus Eee PC 701 no problem! I love Lubuntu 11.10 on the Eee, and it proves just how much mileage you can get out of the little dude with the right Linux distro.
    AMD Phenom X4 945, 4Gb Crucial 800Mhz DDR2 RAM, 1Tb SATA III HDD, AMD Radeon R7 250X [Oibaf]

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    Quote Originally Posted by nothingspecial View Post
    What about

    lubuntu has breathed life into my not so old yet not very powerful machine (netbook)
    Ops, forgot the middle case scenario

    Can I do that? or it takes a moderator access?

    Edit: I can't do it. If you think adding that would be much better, go ahead

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    moved to recurring - another 'this is the best' type thread.

    @amjjawad - if you PM me with the extra option you want added I'll add it for you.

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    I'm loving Lubuntu.. makes old computers feel new again.

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    I had a guy purchase a refurbished Dell P4 system from me, and he brought me an older Dell P4 system that wasn't booting (had XP on it). The system only had 256MB memory, so I added 512MB for 768MB total. I also replaced the failing 60GB HD with an 80GB. I installed Lubuntu 11.10 and it is running great! I am charging him for the extra memory and replacement HD, but it's like he is getting a new computer for $60, thanks to Lubuntu!

    64-bit Ubuntu 11.04 Gateway MP8708 Laptop - Intel 945GM, T7200, 4MB L2, 2GB DDR2, 160GB HDD, Intel 3945ABG. Homebuilt Desktop - Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L MoBo, Pentium E5300, 2MB L2, 4GB DDR2, Nvidia 9800GT, 500GB WD HDD, Belkin Wireless G USB adapter.

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    Lubuntu makes a not so old core2 duo/8GB ram PC absolutely fly.


    Rodney

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    Quote Originally Posted by forestpiskie View Post
    @amjjawad - if you PM me with the extra option you want added I'll add it for you.
    It's ok, let's keep it as it's
    Thanks!

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    Re: Lubuntu Has Breathed New Life Into My Old Machine

    Quote Originally Posted by amjjawad View Post
    It's ok, let's keep it as it's
    Thanks!
    Okey doke

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