Nah, not going that way. Windows was too heavy on the machine. I'll lower Lubuntu and try iBuntu too lol. Look like Lubuntu with nice looks
Hey, this one is a riot
I used to run macOS on this exactly the same machine - I could have just used this!
So you mean this could work on my machine??
I have absolutely no experience with iBuntu.
I just thought that it may be a handy alternative for those just wanted to have a macOS look on their Linux.
As @Aravisian pointed out already your machine is not particularly Linux friendly because:
- 32bit EFI + 64bit CPU*
- 2GB RAM**
*this would call for a specific distro comes with 32bit EFI or modding an installer with isorespin.sh (which works only for certain Ubuntu based distros).
**2GB would be insufficient to run Zorin OS with Gnome desktop (Core/Ultimate versions). Your best bet is Zorin Lite with XFCE desktop but I am not so sure if that is the "Zorin look" you wanted to have.
I just realized that since you have to respin your installer, there is zero chance to be able to install Zorin on your system. Sorry.
I'll try respin Zorin lite.
You could try, but it is not included in the supported OS. See the list bellow.
The script is called 'isorespin.sh' and works with all official desktop 64-bit Ubuntu (http://releases.ubuntu.com) and Ubuntu flavoured ISOs (https://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu-flavours), Linux Mint ISOs (Download - Linux Mint), KDE neon ISOs (KDE neon), elementary OS ISOs (https://elementary.io), Peppermint OS (https://peppermintos.com/ ) and BackBox Linux (https://backbox.org/). And whilst Kali is not directly supported the Kali Metapackages (Kali Metapackages | Penetration Testing Tools) can be added when respinning an ISO.
Are you asking why the limited OS included in the list?
I have no idea. I did not write this shell script.
You should go to the original blog and pose a question there.