Here you can find posts related to Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment. Enjoy a mix of development updates, news, release overviews, and helpful how tos.
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.
A newer, flatter GTK theme will ship as part of Linux Mint 18 ‘Sarah.’ Showing off progress made on the theme in a new blog post, project lead Clement Lefebvre says the new “Mint Y” theme is […]
The Linux Mint powered Mintbox Mini PC has been given the preview treatment – and is easily dwarfed by a regular tennis ball!
What do you do when the default Bluetooth confirmation utility is less than ideal for your users? Why you dive in and improve it! This is Linux after all!
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.