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Jerry Bezencon has announced the release of Linux Lite, an Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the Xfce desktop environment. Some key changes in the newly launched Linux Lite 4.0 include a new backup utility, replacing home directory encryption with full disk encryption and dropping 32-bit support. "The main changes in Linux Lite Series 4.x include a new icon and system theme, Timeshift for system backups, Shotwell to manage and perform basic edits on images, MenuLibre to manage menu entries, new Lite applications including Lite Desktop that manages common icons on the desktop, Lite Sounds to manage system wide sounds, and many of our existing applications have been updated. See below for all the changes: Minimum recommended specs have been raised slightly to more realistic levels (RAM, CPU). There are no more 32-bit ISO releases. If you still require a 32-bit OS due to hardware limitations, series 3.x is supported through to April 2021. Xfce PulseAudio plugin, has been added to the system tray for highly customizable options regarding volume management. Full disk encryption now replaces home encryption in the installer (an Ubuntu implementation) Download : http://downloads.sourceforge.net/linuxlite/linux-lite-4.0-64bit.iso
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Hi all 3 simple steps you can take to add some good layers of protection for daily use. 1. sudo ufw enable 2. http://someonewhocares.org/hosts/ 3. https://connectwww.com/how-to-install-sophos-antivirus-for-linux-on-ubuntu/4460/
Linux distro comparison of Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Manjaro, Slacko Puppy, Lubuntu, Zorin OS, and Debian Jessie with the Raspberry Pi Desktop! All distros were downloaded as an ISO image and written to USB media (for testing and/or full installation) using Etcher, which is available from: https://etcher.io/ The different distros featured in this video can be obtained from the following links. Please note that all of the below are provided in good faith, and that testing and/or installing a new operating system should be done with care. Testing a distro from a USB drive should not delete files or otherwise damage your computer. However, actually installing a new operating system will replace your existing one unless you decide to dual boot, and this can cause issues . . . Linux Mint: https://linuxmint.com/download.php Ubuntu: https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop Debian Jessie with Raspberry Pi Desktop: https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspberry-pi-desktop/ Manjaro: https://manjaro.org/get-manjaro/ Slacko Puppy: http://puppylinux.com/index.html#download Lubuntu: http://lubuntu.net/ Zorin OS Core (scroll down): https://zorinos.com/download/ You may also be interested in my video “Linux Mint Week” – in which (well, OK, you can probably guess that this video is about): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EAes8DDWQE More videos on computing andrelated topics can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingcomputers You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingthefuture
This video compares and contrasts Linux Mint 18.1 xfce and Linux Light xfce. We will look at themes, software, download size, and system resources. The tests will will be in a virtual box running 4 processing cores of a core-i5 3570K and 8 GB of RAM. Here are the links for the distros: Linux Mint: https://www.linuxmint.com/ Linux Lite: https://www.linuxliteos.com/
Hi all here I demonstrate why Linux LITE is so much better than Linux MINT for new users, many thanks to Sudo Reboot for his opionions and debates during his live streams, I hope you all post your comments and thoughts under this video.