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Bodhi vs Lubuntu? Comrade 02/01/2020 (Sat) 06:20:29 No. 267
I'm planning on switching from lubuntu to bodhi, however I need to know whether or not bodhi would work just as well as lubuntu for my system Specs: >CPU: Intel Atom CPU Z520 @ 1.333GHz >GPU: Poulsbo >RAM: 2gb It's a really shit acer netbook
>>267 as I can see bodhi is based on ubuntu and moksha seems pretty lightweight so I think it will work fine to you. Why bodhi tho? :ะท
>>268 Cause I already downloaded the .iso and I'm too lazy to use something else
I only ever used Lubuntu for old computers and it works quite well (don't expect to be able to watch video on YouTube at more than 480p though). I've heard nice thing about Bhodi but never tried it.
>>270 >(don't expect to be able to watch video on YouTube at more than 480p though) That'd still be an issue of the hardware tho and not the OS (I've used Lubuntu playing HD clips fine on my laptops with 4GB of RAM).
>>270 I have shitty laptop too but minimal devuan with dwm helps alot
>>271 Yes I know, I was just saying that while Lubuntu can give an 10 years+ computer a new life, it can't do much about resource intensive websites like YouTube (there's always the great program YouTube-dl for that).
>>268 Because I'm buddhist

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