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Linux Mint 14 Is Out 129

Posted by Soulskill
from the new-and-shiny dept.
New submitter medge_42 sends words that Linux Mint 14 has been released. Check out their list of features and release notes to see what's new. One version uses MATE 1.4, which includes some long-needed bug fixes as well as functional bluetooth and mate-keyring, its own character map, fast alt-tabbing, and improvements to Caja. The other version uses Cinnamon 1.6, which contains a huge number of fixes and new features including its own file browser, persistent workspaces and a window quicklist to go with them, a notifications applet, an improved sound applet, and alt-tab graphical improvements. MDM now supports legacy GDM 2 themes and userlists, and has improved user switching. Gedit 2.30 has replaced Gedit 3, and MintStick replaces USB-ImageWriter.
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Linux Mint 14 Is Out

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  • by Billly Gates (198444) on Wednesday November 21, 2012 @02:30AM (#42051869) Journal

    It has too many things that help content creation. The gui supports the mouse, gives you the ability to change it, and worse lets you have more than one Windows open at a time!

    Screw that. Where is the crappy cell phone interface? I want to be hip and have my productivity limited so I can save 10 whole pixels on my 27 inch dual screens and tweet to my friends, which is why I purchased my Icore7 extreme edition! Now I can read a document and cut and paste things into another app at the same time which is sooo 2000s.

    This is too technical to get my brain around Mate and this whole concept of multitasking that I need my shiny things back. Going back to WIndows 8.

  • by kh31d4r (2591021) on Wednesday November 21, 2012 @04:37AM (#42052595)
    all lyes!
  • by Gadget_Guy (627405) on Wednesday November 21, 2012 @08:48AM (#42053831)

    Disabling akonadi disables kontact, unfortunately

    Parrots are not the only fruit, apparently.

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