18 Oct Download Xubuntu here! For support with the release, navigate to Help & Support for a full listing of methods to get help. To see the complete release notes along with list of updates and issues in common infrastructure and more, please refer to the Xubuntu release notes at the Ubuntu wiki. 27 Sep The Xubuntu team is glad to announce the immediate release of Xubuntu Beta 2! Along with new features and completely new looks, Beta 2 comes with other changes too: the Xubuntu team has decided to drop the alternate images at least for due to the lack of manpower. New features include. Xubuntu In Xubuntu , Xfce was introduced. The menu saw some reorganisation with setting related items moved to the Settings Manager. The documentation was completely rewritten. Codename: Quantal Quetzal; Release Date: October 18, ; End of Life: May 16,
18 Oct The latest version of Xubuntu can be downloaded from Softpedia. 29 Jan The problem was that Ubuntu-Xubuntu isn't installed by default withe the headers. You have to install it by yourself with this command: sudo apt-get install dkms build-essential linux-headers-generic. After that, run the installer and use the option to tell it where the sources are. 12 Apr I just moved from normal Ubuntu to Xubuntu I don't where some suggestions for similiar problems were discussed -> nothing helped for me (for example, disabling the N-standard of the wireless chip) tried a connection from the windows partition, to make sure the wireless chip is not broken.
Xsnow doesn't snow on Xubuntu I get the trees, but Santa appears and disappears after a short time, and I don't get any snow at all. This is global This was using the intel graphics chip. 2nd attempt. Invoked the Nvidia chip with optirun xsnow. Got snow falling down the right side of the screen with. My Xubuntu desktop doesn't seem to have brought up its usb0 interface for some reason, but I do see it in the lsusb output. I also see Bus Device ID a4a2 Netchip Technology, Inc. Linux-USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget inet addr Bcast Mask Hi There, I've been setting up a new system in the work shop, and so far all my other micro controller software has been successfully setup and operating (ARM Tool chain, AVR Tool chain etc). Unfortunatly this isn't the case with the PIC compilers. I've used both X8 and X16 on windows.