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    Lubuntu is a good noobie choice, it has a lightweight front end and a start menu they will find familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlcmd View Post
    They will probably be given to a Linux noobie.
    they have to find out for themselves what works best for them, if at all

    i don't see initiative, or at least interest/desire, then too bad

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    Even though he hasn't been back, I thought hazel gave the best advice in her post.
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