Tryst with Linux and other Alternatives

Man you must understand linux to understand this title… but it’s true. As my previous post was a crib about how XFCE is totally destroyed (in look) by Xubuntu (which is the Ubuntu distro based on XFCE)… on comes along XFLD 0.3 which is based on Xubuntu… but makes XFCE it’s focus. So, what I have installed… is a distro that is stable like Xubuntu (aka Ubuntu) and yet uses my favourite Desktop manager to its limit. udpate: I have been using XFLD for over a month now (not exclusively) on my desktop harddisk. And apart from some boot-up stalls (I need to press CTRL D every time I need to boot up and exit)… it’s been working fine. I’ve quite enjoyed having XFLD as an alternative on my harddrive.

Plus, I must say that it comes with mp3 capability… and I only had to install certain codecs (actually I…

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About Mallik

I born in Good cultural place called India. My family is traditional family. We fallow all Indian traditions.

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