> "dennis@home" <dennis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> "Tattoo Vampire" <sitting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Ancient Pionex machine circa 2002 or so... decided to fix this one up
>>> my ex-wife (we're still friendly), who wanted a PC but balked at the
>>> Vista - she is not very technical and never will be.
>>> Set the BIOS to boot from CD, dropped in the Ubuntu disc, and in about
>>> minutes had an operational system with all hardware working flawlessly.
>> Which disk?
>>> It's worth noting this machine only has 256 MB of RAM and a 500 Mhz
>>> processor. While not a speed demon, it's certainly responsive enough
>>> for web-surfing and general applications.
>> Its worth noting that recent Ubuntu releases won't install in 256M of
>> RAM from the live CD.
> Time for the Tattoo Liar to backtrack and claim that it was some older
> version of Ubuntu that was installed. He's lucky that his LIE didn't
> specifically mention the version of Ubuntu that he installed so of course
> there's no way to positively prove that he's once again telling stories.
> Because you are correct - the current version of Ubuntu won't install on
> such a machine.
You are aware that here are other versions besides the LiveCD? Why not?
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