I normally just start with the standard ubuntu (since it generally has a good selection of packages), although doing it that way isn’t particularly lightweight. Lubuntu is probably the easiest way, although if your not keen on it, i guess you could also install lxde over Xubuntu and get similar levels of “lighhness”?
As for setting lxde as the default window manager, i suspect the “sudo /usr/lib/lightdm/lightdm-set-defaults -s LXDE” command may be what your after.
I’m not a linux or ubuntu expert my any stretch, so you may have more luck asking over on the ubuntu IRC channels?]]>
My name is Minh, & I live in Vancouver, Canada.
I am trying to make my own Ubuntu distro, with LXDE as the default only.
I have tried to do this with: ubuntu (full version), ubuntu remix, ubuntu shell remix, etc., but without good results.
I found one Ubuntu with lxde only, but it is someone else’s.(with many flaws.)
What ubuntu base is best to start with?
How do you make LXDE as the default?
I want a very light distro, but I do not want Lubuntu.
I just need a “Good Ubuntu Base”, to start with.
Sorry about the slow response. Would you be able to raise an issue over on https://github.com/thybag/PHP-SharePoint-Lists-API/issues with some more details about the problem your having. By the sounds of the copy of sharepoint your using may have authentication using basic auth disabled (potentially using something like NTLM instead?).]]>
I’m new to SharePoint and I used the username and password I use to log in to SharePoint server.]]>
I wonder whether you might know how easy (or otherwise) it is to traverse through folders that are part of the list read based upon the uniqueid and/or filref that is returned?]]>