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Well, Ubuntu 14.04 is quite more resource intensive than many previous releases. I think with your specs, you are pushing the envelope when it comes to speed. I've used an Acer Aspire One (with the N455 Atom) the only problems I had were incompatibilities with with the Intel GMA. Ubuntu also runs a lot better with a minimum of 2GB of RAM. Also, even though ...


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Per Alex-J's suggestion, using this link fixed the problem: How can I tell Ubuntu to do nothing when I close my laptop lid? Verified working on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS Server. To make Ubuntu do nothing when laptop lid is closed: Open the /etc/systemd/logind.conf file in a text editor as root, for example, sudo -H gedit /etc/systemd/logind.conf ...


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To minimize your video incongruity, you can install another graphical interface. I recommend KDE or MATE for beautiful graphics, and LDXE or Razor-Qt for better performance. In your terminal use: KDE: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop MATE: (for programs belong family GNOME) sudo add-apt-repository "deb ...


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The "problem" is with your video card, it does not do 3d graphics. To compensate it uses llvm which uses your CPU rather then your video card to do 3d rendering. The result is your display is slow. Previous versions of unity and gnome did had a 2d fall back mode, but they have been phased out. "gnome" - both gnome shell and unity - use llvm (llvmpipe) and ...


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Ubuntu comes with Unity which requires more power for effects, usability etc. My suggestion is install other desktop enviroment like XFCE. Install XFCE desktop from terminal with sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop then logout. On login screen, change Unity enviroment to XFCE by clicking Ubuntu logo righ after


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I don't think it can. I have this net book and it is hardly able to run android with 256mb of ram. Also Ubuntu runs on an x86 architecture but this netbook runs on ARM and I'm pretty sure Ubuntu can't run on ARM processors, especially not one this slow. Sorry.



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