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#1 2021-11-17 16:11:02

xfcenk
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From: Thailand
Registered: 2021-11-17
Posts: 11

Hello

I live in Thanya Buri, Pathum Thani, THAILAND.
I had ever used Fedora for over 3 years on my notebook, HP 14-ck0023TU with an external monitor, SAMSUNG S24F350FHE.
Last month I have bought a new ultrawide monitor, LG 29WK600-W to replace SAMSUNG monitor.
And there was crash in Fedora 34, notebook screen and LG 29WK600-W were blank and black after screen lock but keyboard was active.
The only one way that I could do then is switch off the notebook.
I tried distros base on Arch, Manjaro and Endeavor, the result was the same as Fedora.
On the other hand, all distros based on Ubuntu can wake up after screen lock.
I myself love bottom panel which comes by default, Linux Mint is the one I selected.
But I found that there are a few points that Fedora can do faster than Linux Mint.
Now I am trying Xubuntu for even though my notebook has 8 GB RAM but I need speed as Fedora can do.
That's why I am trying Xubuntu.

I hope XFCE(Xubuntu) can do better like Manjaro also raises XFCE as its no.1 DE.

Last edited by xfcenk (2021-11-17 16:17:39)

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#2 2021-11-17 16:35:35

KBar
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Registered: 2021-11-05
Posts: 82

Re: Hello

Hi.

Any LTS release of Xubuntu is supposed to work right off the box. Regarding its "speed": it's lightning fast. Programs launch almost instantenously, rarely freeze or become unresponsive and nothing is intrusive. I could go on and on but you should really experience it yourself. You may also wish to check this video on YouTube that talks about Xfce's "blazingly fast" default apps.

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#3 2021-11-18 03:16:44

xfcenk
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From: Thailand
Registered: 2021-11-17
Posts: 11

Re: Hello

Finally, I have found that, in a module in my project, Linux Mint took 25 seconds, Ubuntu Budgie took 4 seconds and Xubuntu took only 2 seconds cool.
I myself really love bottom panel which comes by default and Redmond is the answer for me and it is really awesome.
There are more 2 things that I have to do are, making a duplicated panel to display on the external monitor, finding how to set the sound to the speaker on the external monitor.

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#4 2021-11-18 09:53:02

KBar
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Registered: 2021-11-05
Posts: 82

Re: Hello

For your first problem, I believe you're going to have to clone your panels one by one.
For your second problem, try this: https://askubuntu.com/a/108882/1044722

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#5 2021-11-24 07:06:53

xfcenk
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From: Thailand
Registered: 2021-11-17
Posts: 11

Re: Hello

Now panels of primary and external display are awesome as needed.
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And the speaker on the external monitor is active now.
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Thank you.

Last edited by xfcenk (2021-11-24 07:07:57)

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