Kenny Ackerson: Lol people use linux on the desktop? lmfao.
waswestkan: The distro I downloaded had the whisker menu already operating after I
installed the OS. However I prefer do things how I have always done them
with Windows.. Create folders on the desktop to sort and organize my
shortcuts to. The only time Use the windows menu is to copy the properties
of a newly installed application to paste into a desktop short cut, if one
was made automatically.
HoRzeNTarI: What music do you use as background audio in your videos?
waswestkan: I have decided to use Linux Lite on my dell mini 9 as a XP replacement.
Since the SSD in the mini has problems, Installed LL on a USB drive.
Worked well last night with dell wife card, but today when I tried it out
today it doesn't.. So I shut the computer down, and booted off the LL live
USB, and confirm that the card is working as I used it to connect to the
web. Just put in the OS USB stick booted it up, no WiFi. The mini 9
doesn't have anything that lights up to confirm that the card is turned on
, and the computer has always booted up with the card in the state it was
when last shut down with other versions of Linux. I have been able to place
a Linux OS on a USB stick, by booting the computer from live stick, and
clicking on the install icon on the desktop for sever other versions of
Linux with no problems. Work worked for Mint , but mint is my second
Bgtracker Studios: Nice video. You look like the character Ace Ventura lol :D
marc1bb: WHY would anyone replace XP? It is better and and runs faster, and is
smaller than 7 and 8 and has all needed applications built in. Billions of
programs and applications for free and compatibility with ALL hardware and
Linux is unfamiliar and cumbersome and calls for installation of the most
elementary applications that people take for grant in XP. In Linux one has
to be searching hard for ONE needed program and XP has tens of that same
kind of program, mostly free.
The only problem here is Microsoft that has to keep the money machine in
motion and for that they have to kill the compatibility of XP, pressing
software makers to create programs to not to be compatible with it.
Even though there is no end in sight for the use of XP.
C'mon nobody needs the Linux aggravation!
Albert Zhang: +waswestkan I said DOWNLOAD the ISO
zeppy13131: If they want Windows users to be comfortable with it, shouldn't they put
the taskbar at the bottom rather than the top?
marktupper1959 .: I'm using win xp sp3. I use photoshop 6.1, office 97, firefox, free anti
virus and skype and it all works and I can watch and do anything I
want........I'm guessing the later windows and Linux are great... but xp
does it all...
Ovi Matis: please tell me how to install linux lite on a usb flash, i`d
tried UNetbootin but it does sin have this distribution of linux so i
selected another distribution and that didn`t go so well, i own an
Emachines em350, and i think this OS would be the best for my netbook,
please help me. thank you
Henrique Bach: lubuntu with taskbar in top?
Devin Hepburn: Some of the newer xp computers shiped with a 64 bit vsrsion due to the core
2 processor inside there computer.
christian gagnon: how do i disable password function for getting new programs/applications?
i'm considering linux but i don't want to do this every time.
Jack Yelland: Hey, so I've recently downloaded Linux 1.0.8, but I have no sound? I've
checked the TV / HDMI Cable / Master Volume - But there's still nothing?
Can anyone tell me why this is? This is the first time I've used Linux, and
I'd really appreciate the help :)
javi ramirez: Helloo friends, I'm from Colombia and I have installed this great OS, but I
have too much problems about the wifi. My laptop, when i'm in the linux
lite session, doesn't find the wireless networks. My laptop is a COMPAQ
CQ40-621 , and the wl card is REALTEK RTL8101E/RTL8102E. Could somebody
help me?. Iḿ a begginer in the GNU/Linux OS... Thank u very much
Richey Goolsby: Thank you for the for the video. I installed Linux Lite on an old XP
machine that got a virus and destroyed the OS. The computer was sitting in
my closet for the last four years before I got around to figuring out how
to fix it. Linux Lite is awesome! It gave new new life to an old machine.
MasterControl90: still based on ubuntu, still too hardware hungry for old PCs
TRENCH Lara: Good job ! I installed on two of my 7 Computers and they are Operating
Great so Far ; I love it !
genmac1: Ok, with 6 days left of support for XP I could use some help. My computer
is a 2007 Dell Vostro 1500 with a Core 2 Duo 1.4 ghz CPU, 1GB of DDR2 RAM
and a NVIDIA GeForce 8600M. Does my computer have enough power to run
Yamil Montes: Were you born in 1969
Christian Schmidt: Hey, I'm almost sold for this distribution but I have a few questions:
Can I start up my old WinXP partition in VirtualBox?
How much hard drive space is required for the default install?
Domin Goens: BULLcrap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jake Duggan: lol Spaz for usr name
Claude Rill: I've insalled LL on my old Dell Inspiron B120 laptop. Very happy with it so
far. So I tried putting it on my Dell Dimension 2400 desktop. NO go. when
it finally boots up all the text is a garbled mess, can't understand
anything. I did click the install icon but all the text in the installation
procedure is the same garbled mess. I'd like to keep the same OS on both
computers. Did have Lubuntu on both but could never get wifi working on the
laptop in Lubuntu.
George Smith: This looks like a great OS to use until i get windows. If its good enough
ill wont replace it
A. Lawrence: Sadly IRC for Linux Lite is 'Lite' on help. I like LL and use it but new
Linux users should get used too using Google for problems.
DJ Kill Code: A few question:
1. Can I remove things from the menu, like the Steam homepage link and some
2. Is this operating system recommended for an Atom-based netbook with 1GB
of RAM, or is there a better XFCE alternative (I'm considering Zorin OS
Joe Johnston: I love it and it is my favorite distro and I have tried a lot of them!
Thank you for the great review.
FoxeoGames: Is that the Seinfeld poofy pirate shirt?
Derek Dickerson: this distro is way to far out of date
Steven Spivey: yes
ImTheDaveman: Awesome review monsieur Spatry! I like the fact its all crammed into a CD
Commodorefan64: I've tried this distro, and it's decent enough, but as others have stated
I've also ran into issues with video drivers, so I just use LinuxMint XFCE
which seems to do a bit better on video drivers for the time being. AMD
APU's however still seem to suck no matter what distro I use.
FORMETOKNOWONLY: My suggestion to people if you are not very tech savvy to think twice
before using this for dual boot purposes.
IvCastilla: Very good Spatry,
I have tested Linux MINT 16 in my old laptop and works very fast and stable.
I have my Linux Lite CD ready for replace Windows XP next crash.
I will make you some donation during next week, thank you.
Raul Girao: Great video Spatry! Thanks a lot!! Be safe !!
justwayfarer: I downloaded Linux Lite, did the updates but have a problem. The graphics
look odd at times and youtube video graphics are really messed up looking.
Can anyone suggest what I need to do?
Mike V: Getting my new Linux Lite install all settled in, software setup, etc. I
gotta say, it's awesome. So far, it's rock solid. I'm a bit more
knowledgable about Linux, but I find the more "lean and stable" nature of
it to be very desirable.
Still a few more milestones to pass, but it looks like I might be able to
*finally* say goodbye to Windows for good!
Derek Dickerson: mullets and rock bands are out fyi I looked at the date of this video..
other than that good video.
Richard Blanton: Do you know of an easy way to upgrade from 1.0.6 version ... ? Would be
great to see a Vid on this subject - Thanks !!!
Steven Spivey: how do u change linux lite to look like windows 7
J Scott Upton: I finally moved away from XFCE desktop because it uses too much memory.
LXDE desktop doesn't have as much eye candy but it is lighter and better
for old equipment. Lubuntu, Peppermint, and others use it.
Pazma: Hi everyone, I'm looking for some help choosing a new OS. My laptop needs
new RAM so until I can get the money to fix that I'm forced to use my old
PC. It's pretty old and has an AMD Sempron Processor 3000+, 1.81GHz, and
512MB RAM, currently running Win XP. All I use it for is web browsing,
torrenting, listening to music and watching video files (up to 720p). I've
never used anything other than Windows XP and Windows 7 so I'm used to
their GUI. I'm semi-computer literate, I can usually identify and fix a
problem after some research online. I'm really keen to try Linux but don't
want to be bogged down with too much to learn. I don't care much about
customisation or how it looks so long as I can perform the tasks I usually
do with Windows, which are listed above. What would be the easiest
transition for me considering my very limited hardware? I'm very grateful
for any help I can get on this, there's so many distros out there and it
can be very confusing for a beginner.
DRALHSR GBC: Will this work on my laptop tablet running Windows Tablet XP? Thank you
sdgfargerg gregearger: I hated it and my dad hated it. He has a much better time using Elementary
OS Luna (he is computer illiterate and he has never touched a mac)
Aloan Moreira: can the menu be at the bottom? why is it up there? me no likes!
Joe lowrider: windows xp it going dead no more it end so it still older
old computer then put in in there Linux???` but any gb mebory
stink mean ram it ok fine hard drive nothing wrong but one
thing xp windows need remove thow out how it going work it
sthere still there how yu do that????
Johnny Valdes: Hi spatry.... can I pod cast and stream music with this distro?