Articles related to Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment.
Linux Mint 18.3 will have "full support" for Flatpak, the 'next-gen' app distribution format for Linux, the project has announced in its latest monthly newsletter.
Linux Mint 18.3 will enable HiDPI support in the Cinnamon 3.6 desktop by default, saving users the need to manually enable double scaling through settings.
Wondering when the Linux Mint 18.3 release date is? You're not alone, so I figured I'd write a short post to tell you when the release is likely to be.
An improved backup tool will debut in Linux Mint 18.3. The updated utility will be easier to use, feature performance improvements, and more.
Major improvements are coming to the Linux Mint Software Manager app, the Ubuntu-based distribution's default app store.
Linux Mint’s Clement Lefebvre has announced the release of Cinnamon 3.4, the latest stable update to the rather popular Linux desktop environment. Better yet you can already upgrade to or install Cinnamon 3.4 on Ubuntu using a PPA […]
Linux Mint is adopting the LightDM display manager to handle user sessions, with a new GUI front-end to the login experience called Slick Greeter.
Linux Mint 18.2 may ship with LightDM and Unity Greeter by default, replacing the current MDM login screen.
A revamped version of the Cinnamon Spices website is now live, showcasing the latest and most popular add-ons for the Linux Mint desktop.
Linux Mint 18.1 has been released and is now available to download. A long term support release, Linux Mint 18.1 is supported until 2021 and is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. The release features updates to […]
Linux Mint is making it lock-screen a little more useful, adding music and volume controls and MPRIS track data.
Linux Mint will no longer come with multimedia codecs pre-installed out-of-the-box, the project has announced.