09 Mar

Linux Mint 12 LXDE

According to its website, “this is the first release of Linux Mint using Hybrid ISO images.

Traditionally, tools such as ‘Startup Disk Creator’ or ‘UNetbootin’ were needed to install Linux Mint via USB. With hybrid images, you can simply use the “dd” command or a graphical frontend to make a bootable USB stick with no efforts which acts exactly like a liveDVD”.

Linux Mint 12 LXDE is based on Ubuntu 11.10, with kernel 3 and LXDE 0.5.0 customized as the usual greenish theme. You can download Mint here and see the new features here.

5 thoughts on “Linux Mint 12 LXDE

  1. Because I'm an Ubuntu member 😀

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    My apologies if this offended you.

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