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I've noticed it's very slow to load my home page, from clicking the firefox icon to finished loading it takes 35 seconds, but from then on it's fine. This is on fairly new hardware and 8gb ram.
Never mind the bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols.
Bucky Ball, have you looked at KDEneon? It was on distrowatch a week or two ago and looked minimal-ish, Rob.
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No problems noticed with chromium, but with FF I just get an "Ubuntu Forums is down for maintenance" screen.
Robbie is my first name, 348 was my number when I used to drive a race car.
Have you looked at e-buyer, they have some good deals.
The narwhal song. Check it out and you'll be singing it all day.
I think if you open update manager there should be an update option on there.
I thought Ubuntu One was discontinued since July 2014.
Hi, asus xonar dgx sound refuses to work in any *buntu flavor or version. What's strange is it works perfectly with Linux Mint or Zorinos. I even did a full install of Ubuntu 14.04.2 with all updates...
That's too bad, never like to see any distro go away.
You need to install hal. (hardware abstraction layer or something like it)
Open a terminal and enter the following
sudo apt-add-repository/ ppa:mjblenner/ ppa-hal
sudo apt-get update
This worked for me on 14.04. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mjblenner/ppa-hal sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install hal
If by icon you mean thumbnail, just hold the control key and scroll, they should enlarge.
This worked for me in LXDE. Right click on desktop, go to create new shortcut, give it a name like shutdown, click on browse files and it should open executables, scroll down to Lubuntu logout or...
Open file manager, click edit, click preferences, there should be a check box right there.
Go into lightlocker in the menu, you should be able to set it in there.
Leave the mirror dislpays button checked.
Not running Lubuntu myself, but I think you need to look in lightlocker. It should be in the menu.
Have you tried resetting your resolution in "display"?
To the op. Did you not try it live first to see if you liked it before installing it and "ruining your life"?
I don't know about Xubuntu but in Lubuntu the keyboard defaults to a U.S. one so some characters may be in the wrong place.