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    Question Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    Anyone know of ANY Raring 13.04 Ubuntu Lubuntu Non-Pae ISO's? I have tried Lubuntu 13.04 but it want pae support thought LUbuntu didnt Require PAE support??
    I have installed 12.04 Non-Pae version of Ubuntu then did Dstribution upgrade to 12.10 then Distrubtion upgrade 13.04 but obviously is PAIN. I NEED a Non-Pae version of 13.04 please.

    Have 12.04 Non-Pae installed on a Dell Latitude D600 now W/ 2Gb ram.
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    Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    Only PAE releases are available in 13.04 (and 12.10), but you could try Fake-PAE.
    Bringing old hardware back to life. About problems due to upgrading.
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    Don't use this space for a list of your hardware. It only creates false hits in the search engines.

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    Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    My Thinkpad T40 is stuck on 12.04 Pangolin Unity 2D Lubuntu because of the PAE issue.
    To upgrade I boutght a $199 Acer C710 Chromebook thinking I could put ubuntu on it. Only directions I found on the forums were for 12.04 Chrubuntu so nothing gained.
    BTW, Chromebook is so fast, easy, and convenient compared to unity I'm keeping it as is, no ubuntu, until/if there is some other method of ubuntu install supporting the fast video display accelerator.

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    Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    Did you read about Fake-PAE before declaring yourself stuck?
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    Smile Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    I tried Lubuntu 13.04 beta 2 it requires pae. i have tried the Fake pae 1 time. i will try it again. Gonna try Xubuntu 12.10

    Update Lubuntu Xubuntu 12.10 both want a Pae kernel?? Thought they were supposed to be Non-Pae??
    Last edited by howefield; May 31st, 2017 at 10:07 PM. Reason: posts combined.
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    Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    Quote Originally Posted by alien0304 View Post
    Update Lubuntu Xubuntu 12.10 both want a Pae kernel?? Thought they were supposed to be Non-Pae??
    Please see post #2.
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    Question Re: Ubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    I tried the Fake-Pae works but slow on Ubuntu 12.10 & 13.03. Mainly looking for Non-Pae version of raring 13.04 (yes i know it is only Pae). There has to be a way to replace the kernel on Live Cd or Usb. I did find a way to install 12.10 via bootable Usb here: http://www.webupd8.org/2012/11/how-t...n-non-pae.html. Gonna try it with 13.04 & see what happens.
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    Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    Thanks for the info!

    Just installed 13.04 on a non-pae CPU =)

    Path:
    -Install Xubuntu 12.04 Alternate (because I like the full-disk encryption and wasn't sure if the desktop release yet had that option and was quite tired of downloading different releases.. anyway, digressing...)
    -Install fake-pae
    Code:
    sudo apt-add-repository ppa:prof7bit/fake-pae && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install fake-pae
    -Reboot (because when unsure, sudo reboot)
    -Upgrade to Xubuntu 12.10
    Code:
    update-manager -d
    -Upgrade to Xubuntu 13.04
    -Recant tale to lessen others woes and appease my rambling soul
    Last edited by kevashcraft; April 29th, 2013 at 04:05 AM.

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    Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    Good, please spread the word
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    Re: Ubuntu, Lubuntu 13.04 Non-pae

    I installed Lubuntu 12.04 via the mini.iso on my ancient Thinkpad X40, and had to install an additional command line tool in order to follow the instructions to add the PPA for fake-pae.

    Depending on the specific distribution, you may need to install python-software-properties or software-properties-common in order to have the apt-add-repository command available at the command line.

    On my 12.04 install, I needed to run:

    sudo apt-get install python-software-properties

    Apparently on later versions like 12.10, the package is:

    sudo apt-get install software-properties-common

    I wanted to post this as a follow-up in the thread, but something about the ubuntuforums configuration prevents me from doing so.

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