Thursday, September 9, 2010

Linux Mint Debian Edition

If you two days ago here on blog announcing release of Linux Mint 9 Fluxbox, yesterday, in Linux Mint Blog brought us a surprise.

This is release of Linux Mint Debian Edition, a new division, now based on Debian.

According to announcement of Linux Mint team, promises to be faster and more sensitive and be less dependent on primary components.

Perhaps a little harder to use than other issues, rely on getting better this too, since it is a very young version.

LMDE also represents an alternative with same desktop, same functionality, but a different base, and a difference in hardware support and compatibility.

It will be a stylish, modern operating system, but still provide options so that every one can install what you like through software manager.

They will also maintain editions of alternative desktops such as KDE, Xfce, Fluxbox and LXDE.

At moment comes as a live DVD for 32-bit with Gnome desktop, although its final version will be for 64-bit architecture.

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