Blast! Only Gnome and XFCE. I was under the impression they had an LXDE spin for some reason. Oh well, a tad of hackery and it can be yours!
I keep telling myself I'm gonna spin a distro. I've been saying that for 2 years now I'm hoping to this summer when I don't have school to worry about.
Well I'm almost done, I have working prototype spins.
I just need to make the website and wait for the last of Fedora 15's updates to arrive and make a website. I have the ftp server ready.
What? no torrent?? ;-)
Thanks for the replies i think I might go with Linux mint lxde, is it good to install from USB to old dell dimension 3000 and which version to get
I doubt it will support USB. I would use a CD.
Just checked and the Dell Dimension 3000 should support USB booting without any problem. We still had a few of them knocking around the office in my last job. You might find that you need to enable USB boot support in BIOS though, I don't think it's enabled by default.
I have an old pentium4 @2.8 ghz w 2gb ram and 80 gb hd, I want to set it up as a web browsing/ kitchen computer for my parents.
Which is the best easy to use, lightweight and Quick loading Linux distro?
With that much RAM, peppermint would be a very good choice -- even better than lubuntu -- especially if web use is primary function.