Articles related to Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment.
Linux Mint has announced that a new PC in its 'MintBox' line of PCs is coming in the spring: the 'MintBox Mini'.
November wasn't heavy on new Linux distribution releases, but still had more than enough to keep distro-hoppers bouncing from download server to ISO mirror and back again.
Adding some spice to the weekend, Linux Mint has announced a new release of the Cinnamon desktop environment, available to install in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu might well be the world's most widely used flavour of Linux distribution, but whether it's the best remains a hotly contested, hugely contentious topic.
Installing the 'Cinnamon' desktop environment on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is about to get harder, as a widely used PPA offering builds shuts down.
The Linux Mint-powered MintBox mini-PC has launched in Europe priced at €599, and is available to buy direct from Amazon.
Linux Mint's Clement Lefebvre has responded to remarks made by a Canonical developer saying that the OS was 'vulnerable' to security exploits.
Users of the popular Ubuntu-based operating system Linux Mint should not use it for online banking, a Canonical engineer has advised.
The fanless MintBox2 boasts 4x the performance power of the original device by switching to an Intel i5 CPU.
Perhaps the most well-known and/or notorious derivative of Ubuntu: Linux Mint, has released its fourteenth version, codenamed: "Nadia". Priding itself on being for "newbies" and being a power user, Linux Mint is not among my favourite Linux distributions, nevertheless I've downloaded the latest version, with their Cinnamon desktop, to give it an in-depth review.
The Ubuntu-based Linux Mint distribution have announced a new tie-up with small American hardware reseller ThinkPenguin. For every Mint-branded computer sold by ThinkPenguin 10% of the total sale will be given back to the project.
Linux Mint's reaction to the 'controversial' changes introduced in Nautilus 3.6 was simple: fork it.