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Ubuntu Lite resurfaces as Ubuntulite

Ubuntulite strives to make modern software available for older computers in an easy-to-use distribution while upholding the Ubuntu Code of Conduct and contributing back to the community.
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To that end, Ubuntulite is back. Rather than being its own ISO, the Ubuntulite install begins with a server install of Ubuntu and then uses a script to add the Lite-ness from the Ubuntu and Ubuntulite repositories. Here are the instructions. One thing I learned: There's a Ubuntu Feisty net install CD. I'm a great believer in the network install — one of the greatest things about Debian.

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