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Old 15th February 2012, 12:29 AM
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Sorry, I did n ot find any procedure, how to close my account.
Maybe a moderator reads this and can take care, that my account is closed.

I was very happy with Fedora; used F11 and F14LXDE. Now F14 is historical and I realised when I tried to change to F16 LXDE, that with my netbook of 512MB RAM, F16 does not fit.
It seems to be a question of defintion what lightweighted is; in my understanding definetely not an LXDE package which requires minimum 740MB RAM. Then many netbooks like mine, an Acer Aspire One 110A, are out.
So I have to say good bye; it was a pleasure to discuss in this Forum; I have learned a lot about Linux and what one can expect from this system; and that is a lot. I found that starting with F11 there was major progress in stability and easy usability when I walked over to F14. Great.
I was very happe over the past 3 years.

Thanks again and good bye.
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