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Well hope this link helps, it's a recent article published on It's.F.O.S.S. called 4 Best Linux OS To Replace Windows XP, I believe the title says it all. If you need any further suggestions, well I can gather a few links here and there that can help you with this topic.
As a side note: You don't have to install Ubuntu in order to test it. You can run it directly from CD/USB-Stick. With your hardware specs, I'd have a look at Lubuntu instead, a OS which in fact is Ubuntu but uses LXDE, a GUI that uses less resources. The name amd64 only refers to the architecture used. (x86-64 by AMD) This doesn't mean you couldn't use it ...
Yes it is true, See Wikipedia LSB=Linux Standard Base
It is better to ask only one question per post. But I try to answer all your questions: For Question 1: 12.04 LTS LTS means "Long Term Support". The software versions on this are from 2012. So 2 year old. 12.04 is your choice when you want support for a long time. 13.10 is the newest Version. The software versions are nearly the newest available. This is ...
You run your apache in chroot/jail, where you can install the required php for apache, see this guide. Or, I believe, this guide will help you. Regards Suyash
The Kernel is developed and maintained by linux foundation at www.kernel.org. Any kernel version will contain all bug fixes as long a it is supported(an all distros will upgrade to newer versions of kernel long before it's end of support) But if certain hardware is not supported by x.y.z version, you will have to update to newer version. If the current ...
Another one, apt-cache madison <packageName> It also gives information about all avilabe package verions in the repositories.This command output had the syntax like below, packageName | Verion | Repository madison pkg... apt-cache's madison command attempts to mimic the output format and a subset of the functionality of the ...
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