Posts Tagged ‘cinnamon’
The final version of Linux Mint 16 is out now – the most important Linux Mint release since its inception, as Cinnamon adopts its own backend
The next step in Linux Mint is out now, although be careful while using it
The developers set about revising GNOME as an up-to-date desktop suitable for both mobile and static desktop devices – and were surprised by the sometimes hostile response their work received. Richard Hillesley reads the runes
After a long delayed and divisive Fedora 18, how has the latest Fedora shaped up
Linux Mint 17 will be in a position to get a lot of innovation and new features, however Linux Mint 16 will suffer in this area to accommodate it
The most ambitious Linux Mint yet is one of the best desktop distros ever made
Cinnamon 2.0 will be a completely independent desktop environment, Clement Lefebvre reveals to Linux User & Developer in an exclusive interview.
The distro formerly known as Cinnarch gets a new name and a new direction, but keeps its Arch Linux core
Linux Mint 15′s release candidate is now out, with major improvements to MDM, Cinnamon, MATE and more
The latest version of the GNOME 2 fork, MATE, is now out. MATE 1.6 includes updates to Caja, the panel and the control center
After much delay, the Spherical Cow graces us with its presence. How does the final version of Fedora 18 stack up?
Linux Mint 14 has only been out for a few weeks, but a new point release has been created to address a handful of bugs