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All flavors of Ubuntu 11.10, including Lubuntu, have been 'end-of-lifed', which means they are not supported anymore so I do not think you will be able to find a download for it, but even if you do, I strongly suggest not to install it, for it will not receive important security updates. For more version info, here is a great site : ...
To change the double-click interval in Lubuntu (confirmed to be working on 14.04): Create a (hidden) file: ~/.gtkrc-2.0 (~/ is your home directory, files starting with . are hidden by default, press Ctrl+H to make hidden files visible) Open the file with Leafpad / run in a terminal window: leafpad ~/.gtkrc-2.0 add a line to the file: ...
If you have Lubuntu you are already using LXDE. It is Lubuntu's default environment.
What you need is multiseatX installation. several users with their own keyboard, mouse and display on the same computer. documentation
Looks like you are using UEFI booting and GPT partitioons (the newer way). So you can ignore the message about the missing MBR. I suggest running gparted and checking if your /dev/sda2 partition has the boot flag. For some reason, that seems like a common problem. I've answered a similar question previously.
Problem solved! I just had to disable Secure boot in the bios and now I can boot both in Linux (Lubuntu) and Windows. I still have 5 entries for Windows, some work, others don't and I don't know why... As long as it works :D.
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