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Posts Tagged ‘Linux mint’

Tutorials
by Rob Zwetsloot
Learn the right way to install Linux and how to get the most out of it

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Tutorials
by Rob Zwetsloot
Switch from Windows XP to a Linux distro with our complete guide and you’ll never look back

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Reviews
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We also look at the future of Linux education with MOOCs – massive open online courses

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Reviews
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Summary: Linux Mint 17 – the live-booting distro on the disc for 141 – does not install properly. Please download a newer version of the ISO from the Linux Mint website.

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Cinnamon 2.2 releases ahead of Ubuntu 14.04 and in preparation for the Linux Mint version. New version includes many aesthetic and usability updates

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The MintBox 2 is here, and it’s more powerful than ever. Just how much power are you getting for nearly £400 though?

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Reviews
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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

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Distros
Reviews
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The next step in Linux Mint is out now, although be careful while using it

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Distros
Reviews
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The distro before the LTS comes with some new toys in the shape of Canonical’s display server Mir. Is it a sign of good things to come?

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Distros
DVD
Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Linux User & Developer 130 hits stores today, and features two live booting discs with ten of the best distros of 2013

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Distros
Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
After a long delayed and divisive Fedora 18, how has the latest Fedora shaped up

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Distros
Features
by Rob Zwetsloot
Read the rest of our interview with Clement Lefebvre and the Mint Dev Team from the latest issue of Linux User & Developer, 128

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