Should I Use Lubuntu or Peppermint if I Want to Use Cubic

Asked by RobertX on 2019-09-08

I dug up a secondhand laptop that I just bought for cheap and haven't been using it ever since.

I am looking at two Debian/Ubuntu-based distros and they are Lubuntu and Peppemint.

If I hope to use Cubic on either of them, which one should I choose?

Thanks.

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2019-09-08
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2019-09-20
Cubic PPA (cubic-wizard) said : #1

Either OS can be customized in Cubic.
Both have the compressed Linux file system (*.squashfs) which Cubic allows you to customize.
Also, both have the general file structure that Cubic works with.

Chose whichever you would like more (or create Cubic projects for both, and customize both!).

lubuntu-19.04-desktop-amd64.iso
        ├── boot
        │    └── grub
        │   ├── grub.cfg
        │   ├── loopback.cfg
        │   └── txt.cfg
        ├── casper
        │    ├── filesystem.manifest
        │    ├── filesystem.manifest-remove
        │    ├── filesystem.size
        │    ├── filesystem.squashfs
        │    ├── initrd
        │    └── vmlinuz
        ├── install
        │    └── ...
        ├── isolinux
        │    ├── isolinux.bin
        │    ├── isolinux.cfg
        │    └── txt.cfg
        ├── md5sum.txt
        ├── preseed
        │    ├── cli.seed
        │    └── lubuntu.seed
        └── README.diskdefines

Peppermint-10-20190514-amd64.iso
        ├── boot
        │    └── grub
        │   ├── grub.cfg
        │   └── loopback.cfg
        ├── casper
        │    ├── filesystem.manifest
        │    ├── filesystem.manifest-desktop
        │    ├── filesystem.manifest-minimal-remove
        │    ├── filesystem.manifest-remove
        │    ├── filesystem.size
        │    ├── filesystem.squashfs
        │    ├── initrd.lz
        │    └── vmlinuz
        ├── install
        │    └── ...
        ├── isolinux
        │    ├── isolinux.bin
        │    └── txt.cfg
        ├── preseed
        │    ├── cli.seed
        │    ├── peppermint.seed
        │    └── TRANS.TBL
        └── README.diskdefines

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