Xubuntu ( /zuːˈbuːntuː/ zoo-BOON-too) is a Canonical Ltd. recognized, community maintained derivative of the Ubuntu operating system, using the Xfce desktop environment.

The name Xubuntu is a portmanteau of Xfce and Ubuntu. Xfce originally was an abbreviation for XForms Common Environment, while Ubuntu means "humanity towards others" in the Zulu and Xhosa languages.

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Xubuntu - Derivatives
... Xubuntu has been developed into several new versions by third-party developers eeeXubuntu A variant of Xubuntu for the storage-constrained Asus Eee PC ... OzOS A now-defuct Linux distribution based on a severely stripped down version of Xubuntu ... PC/OS A derivative of Xubuntu whose interface was made to look like BeOS ...