Reply 660 of 733, by retrogamerguy1997
pulled out the SFF c2d dell machine, replaced the CMOS battery, and got Lubuntu 22.04.1 LTS installed. Now technically I kinda see c2d as being borderline retro, but it's still possible to use for daily desktop usage if you have enough RAM and an SSD. This machine has neither. I intend to setup up nextcloud on it and use it to backup some data on. Nextcloud in theory only needs 128MiB of RAM but really likes having 512MiB of RAM. This machine only has 1GiB of RAM and combined with a mechanical drive is a slow desktop experience. I made it far enough to get nextcloud configured with an admin account and recommended default apps. What I want to do next is get it setup with a static IP so I can manage nextcloud from my main computer and make a normal account to store files under.