pikaia wrote:So far I'm using Dillo which is nice, but I'd prefer a browser with greater functionality, but this speedy little guy will do just fine until I get more RAM, I've done a ton of searches on this topic (lightweight Linux apps) and have come up with:
pikaia wrote:What I'm looking for is a lightweight music player. Any thoughts?
pikaia wrote:(Edit: installed xfmedia and tried to play something, and failed... so back to trying to config the sound driver... help is always welcome)
pikaia wrote:When I did the Server I think I did do a LAMP install... But I don't remember. I used a server disc, not an alternate download of a desktop version. (sorry for the extreme n00bish-ness, but I'm learning... fairly fast) How would I do a standard, Non-LAMP, Server install? Is this just a Command-Line System? Or something else?
I haven't run Xubuntu, but in the normal Ubuntu with Gnome it is using Network Manager applet http://www.gnome.org/projects/NetworkManager/ and it looks like there is a "network-manager" package, plus gnome and kde add-on packages to get it to integrate with the desktop.pikaia wrote:In the Xubuntu LiveCD there is a network icon in the panel that I can select and connect quickly to networks. Does anyone know what this is? It would make it easier than the above method.
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