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#1 2014-08-26 12:29:33

cmcanulty
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From: Beulah, Michigan
Registered: 2014-05-10
Posts: 28

non PAE support

I just installed LXLE 12.04 32 bit on a friend's old laptop because it was the only Ubuntu derivative I could find that still supports non PAE CPUs. Is non PAE iso's  likely to continue on the next release?

Last edited by cmcanulty (2014-08-26 12:30:30)

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#2 2014-08-26 15:50:10

Jerry3904
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Registered: 2013-11-09
Posts: 108

Re: non PAE support

We have non PAE support in MX-14 based directly on Debian Stable, not via Ubu Roi.

Download here if interested:

http://www.mepiscommunity.org/download-links


MX-14 (based on Debian Stable) with backported Xfce 4.10 on Acer Aspire One 722

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#3 2014-08-27 05:31:06

rjdohnert
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From: Raleigh NC
Registered: 2013-09-30
Posts: 14
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Re: non PAE support

Black Lab Linux 5.x 32 bit has non-PAE support in it and is XFCE based.  Its the only XFCE based UBUNTU derivative with non-PAE support.

You can download it from here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/os4onli … o/download

Roberto J Dohnert
Lead Developer
Black Lab Linux
http://www.blacklablinux.org

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#4 2014-08-27 07:49:30

MountainDewManiac
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From: USA police-state welfare-state
Registered: 2013-03-24
Posts: 308

Re: non PAE support

rjdohnert wrote:

Black Lab Linux 5.x 32 bit has non-PAE support in it and is XFCE based.  Its the only XFCE based UBUNTU derivative with non-PAE support.

I've read that Mint 17 will run on non-PAE CPUs if the user presses Tab at the boot menu to edit the boot arguments and adds forcepae to the end of the line.

Interestingly, I also read that Black Lab version 6.0 will not support 32-bit systems at all (PAE or non- ), and that several other distros might be taking this step.

Regards,
MDM

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