Articles related to Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment.
Linux Mint's reaction to the 'controversial' changes introduced in Nautilus 3.6 was simple: fork it.
Over 4000 readers have expressed disappointment with the new 'design' for Files - the new name for Nautilus - in our recent poll. So the following news will be music to 8,000 ears: Linux Mint have decided to fork it.
We shared word of Linux Mint's new PC, the 'MintBox', with you a few weeks back. Today the product has been officially announced. Two models of the MintBox are available: a basic version with less RAM and a slower CPU/GPU combo, and a faster 'Pro' model in a stylised case. The Ubuntu-based spin have been working with computer manufacturer CompuLab since late last year to bring Linux Mint to market on a range of energy efficient and fanless devices.
Ubuntu isn't the only Linux distribution getting in on the hardware game. The Ubuntu-based spin 'Linux Mint' have been working with computer manufacturer CompuLab since late last year to bring Linux Mint to market on a range of energy efficient and fanless devices.
Like the obtuse heading to an expectant essay paper, the following reader question/proclamation graced the claustrophobic confines of my overly-full inbox a few days back: – “Given distrowatch’s latest download figures, shouldn’t this site change […]
A theme designed specifically for the new GNOME 3-based Cinnamon desktop is available to download. 'Cinnamon Minty', created by satya164 , evokes the colour-scheme of Linux Mint - whose founder is behind the Cinnamon desktop.
Linux Mint have agreed to split the revenue generated from Banshee's MP3 Store plugin with 'upstream'.
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.