Easter Wallpapers, Easter Backgrounds, Easter Images - Desktop Nexus


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Highest Rated Linux Mint Wallpapers


List of Every Video Game Ever

acthalioth:

So this is a list of all video games ever made, compiled by some dude from 4chan.

Version 2 of the list has 43806 titles. The alternate list has 91736 titles. You should follow the Data_baser’s Pastebin for updates.

It would be nice to know how many of these titles can be run on top of Linux Mint using various software emulators.

Do you have any suggestion on how to find out this?


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anexperimentallife:

Linux Mint main edition is based on Ubuntu, just as Ubuntu is based on Debian (LMDE, or Linux Mint Debian Edition, is based directly off of Debian), but Clem and company make quite a few under-the-hood changes, include their own PPAs and proprietary codecs by default (as well as having the getdeb repository just waiting for a check mark to be enabled).
There are a lot of differences, but the biggest obvious difference to an end user (other than more media simply working out of the box due to the inclusion of more codecs by default) is the interface and its focus on user-friendliness and customability.
Although the other usual suspects are of course available, the main editions use either Cinnamon—developed in-house—and MATE, which Mint helps sponsor development for. MATE is a fork of the old, user-friendly Gnome 2, whereas Cinnamon, while resembling Gnome 2 in many respects, is the result of Clem and company asking users what they wanted in an interface, and then building it. (Exactly the opposite of what both Ubuntu and the Gnome 3 team did with their new interfaces.)
Webupd8 has a screenshot tour of the released Mint 15 here.

anexperimentallife:

Linux Mint main edition is based on Ubuntu, just as Ubuntu is based on Debian (LMDE, or Linux Mint Debian Edition, is based directly off of Debian), but Clem and company make quite a few under-the-hood changes, include their own PPAs and proprietary codecs by default (as well as having the getdeb repository just waiting for a check mark to be enabled).

There are a lot of differences, but the biggest obvious difference to an end user (other than more media simply working out of the box due to the inclusion of more codecs by default) is the interface and its focus on user-friendliness and customability.

Although the other usual suspects are of course available, the main editions use either Cinnamon—developed in-house—and MATE, which Mint helps sponsor development for. MATE is a fork of the old, user-friendly Gnome 2, whereas Cinnamon, while resembling Gnome 2 in many respects, is the result of Clem and company asking users what they wanted in an interface, and then building it. (Exactly the opposite of what both Ubuntu and the Gnome 3 team did with their new interfaces.)

Webupd8 has a screenshot tour of the released Mint 15 here.


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Now I’m really curious. What operating system do you guys have?

I’ve got Ubuntu dual boot with Windows XP on my main computer, while on my laptop I have Linux Mint dual boot with Windows 7.

(Source: sakurafang)


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"Microsoft isn’t evil, they just make really crappy operating systems."
- Linus Torvalds

I wonder , why is not game developers and also big software companies like Autocad is not developing softwares for linux ??? (via obakfahad)


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Linux Mint on Reddit - the front page of the internet

Ask questions about Linux Mint and find out what is…


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Today's Linux Mint high definition (HD) videos search on YouTube


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Flickr Search: Linux Mint


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Linux Mint TurnSocial on tumblr

Dear Linux Mint followers,

I chose the social media technology TurnSocial, a free plugin which does not take up much space on the website and allows to build a social toolbar that can enhance the Linux Mint brand’s visibility and build the connection status and engagement levels.

It is extremely easy to use and is a quick way to “add the most popular social media and location based applications” to a site.

You may now use the TurnSocial toolbar from the bottom of each page to share the content posted here. Also, you can use the RSS, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube buttons to find updates about Linux Mint on other social media websites.

Best regards,

Alexio


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What makes you feel using Linux Mint?

vixeninspace:

Linux makes you feel like a genius.


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Already Liking Linux Mint

joshkim:

Less hassle. I was able to get this distro up and running without doing absolutely nothing.

Sane defaults. Terminal has full screen. So do the browser. What else do I need?

I feel like I can roam finally with this distro. Arch, I felt like I had to baby, just like Gentoo before it.

Seriously, I am learning absolutely nothing about the linux system, but at least I’m going to get some web development done. Like the good old days.


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asap-zinc:

More like it… Installing Linux mint ;) #work #linuxmint

asap-zinc:

More like it… Installing Linux mint ;) #work #linuxmint


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anthonyvenable110:

Clean up time!!

As a person that uses Linux virtually everyday I know that just like when working with any other operating system that over time I can accumulate stuff that I don’t need.  For instance defragging the hard drive in Windows or with Windows, Mac or Linux running regular updates.  But this time I noticed that when I boot up my laptop I get the option to load up Linux Mint 13.  This is quite obvious since I installed it on there in the first place, but one thing is that when I run my updates, I have over time collected a bunch of older kernels that I just don’t use.
What would I do?
So, I decided today that I would clean them out and doing so wasn’t very hard at all, not only was it not hard to do, but it was very quick.  As a bonus, I was able to reclaim nearly 1 GB of Hard Drive space.  That was awesome.
By the way,  I got the instructions on how to do so here.
Now, that feels a lot better.  If only it took that little time to clean my house.

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anthonyvenable110:

Clean up time!!

As a person that uses Linux virtually everyday I know that just like when working with any other operating system that over time I can accumulate stuff that I don’t need.  For instance defragging the hard drive in Windows or with Windows, Mac or Linux running regular updates.  But this time I noticed that when I boot up my laptop I get the option to load up Linux Mint 13.  This is quite obvious since I installed it on there in the first place, but one thing is that when I run my updates, I have over time collected a bunch of older kernels that I just don’t use.

What would I do?

So, I decided today that I would clean them out and doing so wasn’t very hard at all, not only was it not hard to do, but it was very quick.  As a bonus, I was able to reclaim nearly 1 GB of Hard Drive space.  That was awesome.

By the way,  I got the instructions on how to do so here.

Now, that feels a lot better.  If only it took that little time to clean my house.

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openscreencast:

easystroke - Desktop-Gesten für X11 (Gestensteuerung auf dem Desktop - Linux), Linux Mint 15
Lizenz: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Textquelle:
http://www.pro-linux.de/artikel/2/1643/easystroke-desktop-gesten-fuer-x11.html
Autor: Christopher Roy Bratusek
Lizenz: gemeinfrei (public domain)

easystroke is a gesture-recognition application for X11. Gestures or strokes are movements that you make with you mouse (or your pen, finger etc.) while holding down a specific mouse button. Easystroke will execute certain actions if it recognizes the stroke; currently easystroke can emulate key presses, execute shell commands, hold down modifiers and emulate a scroll wheel. The program was designed with Tablet PCs in mind and can be used effectively even without access to a keyboard. Easystroke tries to provide an intuitive and efficient user interface, while at the same time being highly configurable and offering many advanced features.


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