Hello friends, new forum member here.
I have a Dell 700M (don't laugh ... that is why I'm trying Bodhi)
Purchased in 2004
CPU - Intel Pentium M 725 / 1.6 GHz (non pae)
Chipset Type - Intel 855GME
Data Bus Speed - 400 MHz
System memory - 2gb DDR SDRAM
Graphics Processor - Intel Extreme Graphics 2
Resolution - 1280 x 800 (WXGA)
Current OS - Lubuntu 14.04 LTS
BIOS configuration - boot to USB HDD first
System boots to Live fine, I click on installer, trys to run, then I get a message that the installer crashed, there is no error message.
I verified the md5 checksum, and am running the legacy ISO image and posting this question from it inside a virtualbox.
I have created the USB from Unetbootin and from the native bootable USB creator in Lubuntu.
Any idea what I am doing wrong?
Lubuntu is up and running on the machine, I just thought I'd give Bodhi a try to see if it used less CPU resources.
Is this worth the effort, do you think I will see a performance improvement over Lubuntu? I have been trying off and on for over a week and continually fail.
Thanks for any assistance you are willing to provide.