Linux Mint Debian Editon

Linux Mint Debian Editon

Summary: If you are more of the Debian persuasion, there's still a Linux Mint distribution for you.

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  • When installing LMDE, it boots into a live desktop from where the user can initiate the installation process.

    Although it's not as pretty as the standard Mint installer, it gets the job done with minimal fuss.

  • The inclusion of GNOME PPP into the distribution is an interesting choice.

  • A helpful program for installing Windows drivers for Wi-Fi cards is something I wish I did have all those years ago.

Topics: Linux, Open Source, Operating Systems, Software

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  • Yawn

    So why don't they just drop Mate and work on improving Cinnamon instead?
    james.vandamme