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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    You need to install Lubuntu on your usb device, the same way you would to a hard drive, that way any changes you make, including updates, will survive after a reboot.
    how can i do that i have tried using wubi and other methods but wubi won't let me install to removable media and using it updates won't install and can't download anything...

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by mythic97 View Post
    how can i do that i have tried using wubi and other methods but wubi won't let me install to removable media and using it updates won't install and can't download anything...
    Make a live USB/CD on "media1" (i.e. a USB stick or CD).

    Plug "media2" (i.e. a bigger USB stick) into the computer.

    Boot "media1".

    Install, selecting "media2" as the target drive.

    Boot from "media2".

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    I wouldn't mind if Lubuntu 13.04 comes with fewer apps and lighter artwork.

    Also, why there are several icon sets in /usr/share/icons? I see:
    elementary
    elementary-mono-dark
    gnome
    hicolor
    Humanity
    Humanity-Dark
    locolor
    lubuntu

    It looks like there's some redundancy there.
    Shortened urls: See point #11 here. And clicking on them could be risky.
    Use ubuntu-support-status with caution.

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by JaanP View Post
    For the next version of Lubuntu:

    1. Fix to LXPanel system tray expansion problem:
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...el/+bug/990619
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...el/+bug/846878
    ...
    I saw the extra empty space between icons in 12.04 but 12.10 seems just fine in that respect. Is anyone still seeing it in 12.10?
    Shortened urls: See point #11 here. And clicking on them could be risky.
    Use ubuntu-support-status with caution.

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by mythic97 View Post
    how can i do that i have tried using wubi and other methods but wubi won't let me install to removable media and using it updates won't install and can't download anything...
    This isn't a question for the Cafe, I'd suggest you start a thread in ABT, or General Help asking how to install Ubuntu to a usb device.

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    There is a solution already for most of the issues here (locked screen, menu editing, keyboard shortcuts, flat themes, lubuntu-restricted-extras, lower RAM usage) and a lot more (faster boot, autostart, disable unneeded services, autologin...): It is called Quelitu 12.10.

    It is based on Lubuntu and available as an ISO or an add-on (switch package) to Lubuntu (i.e. no need to reinstall).

    It also has advanced features like Qx Hub (a Dash-like feature in a light distro!) and an amazing (and lighter) E17 interface in addition to the default LXDE.

    As a second step to the installation process, Qx Easy Configuration makes it easy to install restricted extras, change software, reduce boot time, enable/disable services, add speller/language, change themes, fonts, wallpaper, and desktop environments, select single-click-to-open, etc. right after installing your system.

    See video:
    http://youtu.be/HCspWke_RII

    Release Notes page:
    http://wavesofthefuture.net/computer...-quelitu.shtml


    Lubuntu is great but does suffer from lack of development. Lubuntu 12.10 uses about 20 MB more RAM than 12.04 once installed. A bug was filed about that months ago but Lubuntu has yet to confirm whether it will be fixed or not... that it takes so long is disappointing...

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    Gnome 2.

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by amjjawad View Post
    Hi,

    I have been asking this many times on the mailing list before. Now, I have translated my wishes to Launchpad so hope I/we can see this on the next release:

    1- Adding the Trash to Lubuntu Desktop

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...a/+bug/1072108
    Don't really understand this. If I want to delete something I want it gone, not to be moved to some trash folder which I later have to empty again or simply sitting there, forgotten. IMO trashcan is the most useless feature in all DEs (perhaps a copy of Windows' recycle bin?) I always configure Pcmanfm to delete permanently by default.
    Last edited by monkeybrain2012; January 29th, 2013 at 09:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prodigy_ View Post
    Gnome 2.
    Compiz and Nautilus file manager.
    A friendly & helpful Linux community who has started a large cursor theme project. If you are sick of tiny cursors, go here and get one.
    http://linuxinternationals.org/forum...orum.php?f=166

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    Re: A wishlist for Lubutnu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by prodigy_ View Post
    Gnome 2.
    Quote Originally Posted by Linuxratty View Post
    Compiz and Nautilus file manager.
    Back on topic.

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