I selected the extra drivers and codecs when installing Lubuntu and everything worked fine for me.
It eleminated any post installation troubleshooting for why some program don't work and how to fix it.
I switched to Zorin 9 when my Windows 7 would install updates anymore and the internet stopped working. Didn't use Linux before that at all.(2014)
It was a easy transition for me, because everything worked.
Lubuntu is the same. Of all the many distros I have tried this year, there are only a...
I really don't know why Rhythmbox didn't work in MX Linux, but it just works in Lubuntu, although it's really intended for Gnome and not for LXDE.
I am just sticking to Lubuntu because everything from WIndows to Manjaro is to complicated for me to fix if something goes wrong.
I think it's a codec issue. When you install Ubuntu or Lubuntu, you just choose the option of installing extra codecs and drivers during the install. After that everyting works, no more troubleshooting.
Yes, but I feel sorry for the sheep! They get a "dear in the headlights look" when you talk about anything else than Windows. They have to call in some techguy when their Windows act up and caught up cash.
You are right Tolkem. I used Zorin 9 for years and it made me really lazy to learn, but Arch is a bit of a jump from "I can't tie my own shoelaces" Ubuntu based distros.
Lubuntu 18.04, I am using now also makes me lazy.
Maybe I will try to install Debian testing with LXQt in August. The last...