Articles related to Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment.
Linux Mint, the Ubuntu-based Linux distro that has been basking in waves of press of late, has been up to a bit of mischief...
The latest version of Ubuntu-based Linux distribution 'Linux Mint' is now available to download.
Like a domino effect of mis-information, this week has been chock full of reports by tech news sites that Ubuntu's market share is declining, being surpassed by the Ubuntu spin-off and close cousin Linux Mint. But is there really any truth to the revelations? Read on to find out, but to save you a bit of time: no, there isn't.
First off, let me say that I am a guest poster and my opinions do not represent those of Ohso or any others writers here at OMG! Ubuntu! With all the Unity less-than-loving going around […]
An alpha release of Mint Sprint - a new system font for Linux Mint - has been made available for download.
The latest edition of Ubuntu-based Linux Mint been released, retaining the GNOME 2.32 desktop but adding in a few new touches elsewhere.
As the fresh air of Spring approaches my hemisphere it seems many Linux distros are keen to keep in sync with the fauna and flora around me by birthing themselves some new releases. As I'm a busy chap with unnatural quantities of coffee to brew here is a quick pow-pow over-view of what's blooming in Distro land....
When Mark Shuttleworth announced that future versions of Ubuntu will use Unity by default on the desktop many users of Linux Mint, a highly polished Ubuntu-derived distribution, were left wondering what it would use.
The popular Ubuntu-derived distribution ‘Linux Mint’ is considering adopting the Faenza icon set for use in their upcoming Linux Mint 10 release. Leaving a comment on the Faenza gnome-look page regarding a bug, Mint developer […]