This video is going to be published on my official 2nd anniversary on YouTube. So I figured I might as well record a long video and do some things I was planning to while I have free time. —– ■ ‘Linux Mint 13 “Maya” Xfce released!’ post: j.mp ■ ‘New features in Linux Mint 13 Xfce’ j.mp ■ XFCE 4.10 tour: j.mp ■ My thoughts on Safari 6: j.mp j.mp ◄ Click here to be notified about when I post new videos.
Clement Lefebvre has announced the finale release of Linux Mint 13, code name “Maya: “The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 13 ‘Maya’. Available in two editions, Linux Mint 13 features the choice between a productive, stable and mature MATE 1.2 desktop and the brand, new modern-looking and exciting Cinnamon 1.4. These two desktops are among the best available, they’re perfectly integrated within Linux Mint and represent great alternatives to GNOME 2 users. Linux Mint 13 is also an LTS (long-term support) release and it will be supported until April 2017 linuxmint.com – Home Page
Name : lyvi Version : 20120718-1 URL : ok100.github.com Wiki : github.com Description : A simple command-line lyrics viewer for various audio players. Features: Displays lyrics, artist info and guitar tabs Downloads metadata from sites that are supported by glyr Cache for downloaded metadata Player control with configurable keybindings Configuration file Supported players: Audacious Cmus DeaDBeeF MOC MPlayer Music Player Daemon pianobar Qmmp shell-fm VLC Media Player
This release features three of the best Linux desktops available at the moment: The traditional and functional MATE 1.2 desktop, the innovative and beautiful Cinnamon 1.4 and the lightweight and rock-solid Xfce 4.8. Both the MATE/Cinnamon and Xfce editions use the MDM display manager. MDM will look familiar to many people, as it brings back GDM 2.20 and all its features: Remote login, configuration tools, fast-user switching, theme-ability, language selection…etc. Yahoo joins DuckDuckGo and is featured as default in the list of search engines which financially support Linux Mint. blog.linuxmint.com Read all about it.
I use Linux Mint 9 and I’ve been trying to burn downloaded movies in VCD format. I’ve managed to burn a DVD with Brasero and I used K3b to burn a VCD but the picture playback was awful, it was showing in the top right quarter of my screen with what seemed to be a menu on the rest of the screen. I’ve looked at the software settings but to no avail. What software do you suggest for both quality and ease of use? Thanks in advance.
Screencast Review overview of Linux Mint 9 KDE Edition Final Gold Stable 64bit 1.2GB DVD OS running from the Live ISO inside VirtualBox with the host Operating System also been Linux Mint 9. This video was created entirely with Linux Mint 9 using Kdenlive for editing. “The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 9 KDE. Linux Mint 9 KDE is available in 32-bit and 64-bit as a liveDVD, via Torrent and HTTP download. Based on Kubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, Linux 2.6.32, KDE 4.4.4, X.Org 7.5 and Amarok 2.3.0, this edition features a lot of improvements and the latest software from the Open Source World. Featured improvements in this release: KDE Network Manager, new applications, 30000 applications cataloged and re-viewable both online and in the new software manager, brand new incremental backup tool for both data and software selection, USB and Windows installers, 3 years support, look and feel improvements”” Download & more Info from: www.linuxmint.com Original video production by the www.OSGUI.com Tech Show.
I have installed Linux Mint 8 on my flashdrive, but how do I actually boot Linux to run at startup? I dont know how to make Linux run or launch, my computer just keeps booting into Windows Vista, and I really hate Vista. How do I make Linux boot from my flashdrive?
I have linux mint 4. I need to wipe my computer off of junk and reinstall. I also want to upgrade my hardrive and reinstall linux mint 7, and the latest ubuntu. I want to get the junk off manually, search and destroy, and then uninstall. I need that harddrive for my other computer, can you help me out? Linunx mint is the way to go by the way.
Thanks to the Yahoo Linux Community, i took my first step and installed Linux Mint Helina into my system. I play around with it a little and really like it but I do not have any knowledge on how to install any drivers.
I tried to install pcwizard so that i could see my system information but unfortunately the software is not compatible with Linux. I not sure what i need to do, its totally a new environment for me.
I have a PC that is currently dual booting Windows Vista and Linux Mint. I’m not that fond of Linux Mint and want to explore other options. Can I simply delete that volume and put it back with my Windows partition, or do I have to uninstall GRUB loader or anything like that?