At the Linux-SIG meeting on May 21st…
- Cinnamon 1.4 Released With New Hot Corner Behaviour, More ~ Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog
- LinuxMint 2012(04) DEBIAN EDITION (LMDE) REVIEW + Cinnamon 1.4 Overview – YouTube
- Linux Mint – Linux Mint is an elegant, easy to use, up to date and comfortable GNU/Linux desktop distribution.
- Manual disk partitioning guide for Linux Mint Debian – Help for installing Linux Mint Debian.
- Boot speed competition – Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Mint – Boot time comparison between Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Linux Mint.
- Debian Infographic
Other discussion items:
- Suspend VS hibernate in Linux, what is the difference? | Unixmen – Question: Suspend VS hibernate in Linux, what is the difference?
- Eight features Windows 8 ‘borrowed’ from Linux | ITworld – Linux got there first, but does Windows do it better?
- HTG Explains: What’s the Difference Between Sudo & Su? – If you’re a Linux user, you’ve probably seen references to both sudo and su but what’s the difference?
- Porteus 1.0: On the Trail of SLAX – Linux notes from DarkDuck
- If my mother-in-law can use Ubuntu Linux, anyone can | ZDNet – If my 79-year old mother-in-law can use the Ubuntu Linux desktop, anyone can.
- Google Stops Supporting Picasa For Linux ~ Picasa for Linux isn’t a native Linux application and instead, it uses WINE which comes bundled with it (so it doesn’t require the user to install WINE). Well, even this Wine Picasa for Linux has been deprecated by Google.
- How to Find Files and Folders in Linux Using the Command Line – You can use a graphical file manager to find files in Linux, however, there are several ways to use the command line to find files in any Linux desktop manager.
LinuxMint FYI — Linux Mint 10 reached “end of life”. The release is likely to continue to work for a few years, but it isn’t officially supported anymore and won’t receive any more updates. Linux Mint 11 will be supported until October 2012. Linux Mint 9 and Linux Mint 12 will be supported until April 2013. The upcoming Linux Mint 13 will be supported until April 2017.
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