lubot<devikri> (Photo, 1280x575) https://i.imgur.com/O8uSkPw.jpg hello, which one is showing my ram usage ?04:23
lubot<devikri> @devikri [<reply to image>], Does RSS show the use of RAM?04:28
guivercdevikri, what tool are you using?04:29
lubot<devikri> @guiverc [<guiverc> devikri, what tool are you using?], lxtask04:29
guivercokay, sorry I should probably have guessed that..04:30
* guiverc doesn't have a 18.04/LXDE system running; so having to look up details online04:32
lubot<devikri> I usually use htop, and this is my first time using lxtask04:33
guivercI was hoping to find out what RSS stood for, I can't find the answer on lxde.org04:34
lubot<devikri> oke thx guivere04:36
guiverceven the source code refers to it as RSS; I could only guess sorry04:40
guivercRSS usually means Resident Set Size in posix/unix ... but I can't confirm sorry   (memory allocated to a process and is in ram)04:42
lubot<devikri> @guiverc [<guiverc> RSS usually means Resident Set Size in posix/unix ... but I can't conf …], at least this helps 😁😁😁 thx04:44
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n-iCeI sold my laptop, so I need t bring back to life my old one16:10
n-iCewill lubunutu run in 1GB ram?16:11
n-iCeGenuine Intel(R) CPU T2400 @ 1.83GHz16:12
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lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> Is there any utility to switch between amd and intel graphics on Ubuntu ?16:46
diogenes_The_LoudSpeaker, try DRI_PRIME=1 your app16:49
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> Okay. But I was looking for a gui to enable/disable the amd card. Like nvdia. Nvdia provides a good gui.17:03
diogenes_it's disabled by default and it's enabled by  DRI_PRIME=1, other than that, your bios might provide the settings which card to enable/disable.17:06
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upupbb-user1hello which version is more lightweight, lubuntu or xubuntu?21:26
wxlupupbb-user1: the "l" in lubuntu stands for it, soooooo21:31
upupbb-user1so lubuntu21:32
upupbb-user1I'm downloading, thing my hardware is really old.21:32
wxl64 bit at least?21:32
upupbb-user1no :(21:32
upupbb-user1Genuine Intel(R) CPU T2400 @ 1.83GHz 1GB RAM HDD 80GB21:33
wxloh yeah well that's a problem21:33
upupbb-user1No candidate?21:33
wxlat least looking into the long term21:33
guivercLubuntu 18.04 LTS works with x86 (i386/686); supported until 2021-April21:33
wxlfor now, 18.04 will do the trick, but you won't be able to go any further21:33
wxl^ what he said21:33
upupbb-user1I see21:34
upupbb-user1Any more lightweight distro you guys recommend?21:34
* wxl shrugs21:34
guivercXubuntu is another choice; again supported until 2021-April.  It's only slightly heavier21:35
upupbb-user1but I mean more lightweight than lubuntu,  I have read about slitaz, puppy, bohdi21:35
lubot<HMollerCl> you will have same problem with all *buntu for 32 bit suport.21:36
guivercThe only other choice in my mind would be pure debian.21:36
wxloh my i'd avoid puppy like the plague21:36
wxlbodhi is an ubuntu derivative afaik so it will suffer the same problem21:36
wxlmaybe arch?21:37
wxlnope, sorry21:37
guivercI tested Lubuntu up to 19.04 using a single-core pentium M 1gb box from ~15 years ago.  Lubuntu is pretty good21:37
wxlthere's a "community derivative" arch linux 32 but i'm not sure what that means21:37
wxlof course arch is not "easy" per se21:38
lubot<HMollerCl> arch is almost a white page, you need to install everything you want/need.21:40
wxlwhich means you can keep it really slim, but it also means it's not easy21:40

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