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Old 02-10-2019, 09:46 AM   #16
FetZ
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Originally Posted by sevendogsbsd View Post
Since you are looking to use Xfce4 instead of Gnome, which is the default in Ubuntu these days, you might consider the Ubuntu side project "Xubuntu", which is Ubuntu with Xfce4 instead of Gnome. You would need to download and write to a CD or thumbdrive, just like you did for Ubuntu, then install it, but you would get a much lighter version of Ubuntu with Xfce4 instead.

Just a thought...
Sounds like a great option, thanks!

I prefer to burn it as an ISO on a DVD instead of a flash drive, I only have one flash. I'll have to give that a shot!
 
  


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