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Although GNOME and KDE dominate the Desktop interface landscape of Linux and are used in the main Ubuntu and Kubuntu releases, respectively, other projects take a different approach to the graphical desktop. The Xfce Desktop Environment (www.xfce.org) is one of these. It s a streamlined Desktop that retains the good looks of GNOME but is much smaller in terms of memory footprint. This means that a system running Xfce is faster than an equivalent GNOME system. It also means that Xfce can be used on
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APPENDIX D EXPLORING THE DVD-ROM AND OTHER UBUNTU VERSIONS
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many older computers that don t have the powerful hardware we take for granted nowadays and would struggle with the latest GNOME and KDE releases of Ubuntu. Because a key component of the Ubuntu Foundation s philosophy is to create an OS that can be used by everyone, regardless of where they are in the world, a version of Ubuntu that can run on older hardware makes a lot of sense. It s unlikely that less-developed countries will have access to the latest expensive computer hardware, for example. As you might expect, Xubuntu (www.xubuntu.org) is simply a version of Ubuntu that replaces the GNOME Desktop with the Xfce desktop, as shown in Figure D-2. Some key components are still present, such as the Firefox web browser. Other Ubuntu components are swapped for Xfce replacements; for example, the Nautilus file browser is replaced with Thunar. Despite Xfce s claim to be lightweight, it still offers a high degree of usability and shouldn t be seen as a second-best choice for stripped-down hardware. It s certainly worth trying out if you long for a less cluttered Desktop experience. It also uses many modern GUI aspects we take for granted, such as theming (see 9) and font antialiasing. To use the Xfce desktop after it s installed, click the Options button on the login screen and then click the Select Session entry. Next, select Xfce from the list and click the Change Session button. To boot to the standard Ubuntu Desktop after this, simply repeat the steps and select GNOME from the list.
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The Ubuntu philosophy is to make an operating system accessible to everyone, no matter who they are or where they live in the world. Of course, young people are included in this vision, and Edubuntu (www.edubuntu.org) is a version of Ubuntu specifically geared toward their needs. This rendition of the standard Ubuntu release has been bolstered by many educational software titles as well as classroom management software, which makes administrating many classroom computers easier for teachers. In addition, Edubuntu has a friendlier and simpler interface that s designed to appeal to youngsters, although it still utilizes the same Desktop environment as the main Ubuntu release. Actually, two versions are available: one that uses the same GNOME Desktop as the main release and another that is built on the KDE Desktop of Kubuntu. Edubuntu also features software from the Linux Terminal Server Project (www.ltsp.org). This brings the potential for computers without a hard disk to boot Edubuntu from a central server. The intention is to give older computers (unfortunately, the type typically found in educational environments) a new lease on life, even if they re too underpowered to run modern software. Additionally, the terminal server can be used to administer the computers, which is clearly beneficial in a teaching environment. However, the standard installation of Edubuntu is just like any other Ubuntu configuration, and the software is designed to be installed directly on the hard disk of computers. The following are the chief education titles provided with Edubuntu: KDE-Edu programs (http://edu.kde.org) include games involving mathematics, languages, science, and other miscellaneous topics. Teachers might also appreciate the inclusion of KEduca, a program designed to create form-based tests and exams. GCompris (http://gcompris.net) is for children of kindergarten age and introduces them to computer use as well as elementary math and reading skills. Tux Paint (www.tuxpaint.org) is a user-friendly drawing package full of sound effects and colorful graphics.
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The main benefit of Edubuntu for educational establishments is that it s both free of charge and comes with the same kind of update support as Ubuntu. This provides a consistent experience for students and teachers alike. Because Edubuntu is built on the Ubuntu base, there is no way to switch between Edubuntu and Ubuntu. Effectively, Edubuntu is a reconfiguration of Ubuntu with the addition of some educational software and a more kid-friendly theme. To return to a standard Ubuntu setup and deactivate the Edubuntu theme, simply select the Ambiance entry within the Appearances Preferences dialog box. See 9 for more details on how to switch themes. To install Edubuntu (without downloading it from http://edubuntu.org), choose to install the edubuntu-desktop package in the Ubuntu Software Center. There are two versions of Edubuntu: the default based on the GNOME Desktop and another based on the Kubuntu Desktop (edubuntu-desktop and edubuntu-desktop-kde, respectively). You can choose either from the list of results in the Ubuntu Software Center.
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