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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 : ...


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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: ...


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If you have Lubuntu you are already using LXDE. It is Lubuntu's default environment.


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What you need is multiseatX installation. several users with their own keyboard, mouse and display on the same computer. documentation


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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.


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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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