A non-techie's view of the Linux world
tried fuduntu on HP 110 mini, 1 ghz Atom CPU. PC is almost intolerable to use on Win 7, but really performs well on Fuduntu. Previously tried SoluOS and Lubuntu 12.04 but both had problems. Only problem with Fuduntu is it will crash after recovering from "sleep". So I shutdown and reboot each time with no problems. Excellent OS and makes the Mini a joy to use.
Thanks for sharing your experience. There is a manual adjustment to stopping the post recovery crash. Please check Fuduntu forums.Thanks,Arindam
Hello Mr. Arindam, how to create this Table of Contents page? I have a blog on Windows/Linux and wanna apply for Adsense too. I see your blog has Adsense ads. I want it too :) Any way to make it automatically? I can't subscribe here because server error occured so I ask you to send me a copy of answer to my email teknoloid[at]gmail.com. Thank you.
Wow, Mr. Arindam. You don't have to answer. I copy your source code and my page now has same Table of Contents as you. You can see it here: http://linuxwindowsdesktop.blogspot.com/p/table-of-contents.html. Thank you, Mr. Arindam. I still want to hear your advice in Adsense, for my blog. Thank you.
Hi Ade:You can create your blog first and then register an account by submitting your details and website address at www.google.com/adsense. Once they approve it, you can go ahead putting adsense ads on your blog.Regards,Arindam
Can you review kaOS later?
I downloaded the latest stable version of KaOS. Will review it next week.Regards
Some clarifications of the review of LXLE, particularly boot time. Measuring 'performance' soley based on boot time is half hearted at best, particularly if you don't understand the underpinnings that could account for faster or slower boot times. Yes its true that LXLE boot time is longer than Lubuntu or Peppermint, but why? No one seems to care to ask questions or investigate possibilities. Under the assumption that everything is the same and if it isn't then something is broken. Quite the contrary. The reason for the longer boot time is the use of a system component called 'preload' this component is responsible for loading your commonly used apps faster once you reach the desktop. This is the 'cause' of the longer boot times, its not a measurement of 'performance'. It's really unfair to suggest some type of performance gap due to boot time, it's misleading and uninformed.