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Good to see this Linux Mint forum.My daughter has used it for over a year as did my son until he switched to Absolute Linux.Recently my Dad made the switch from windows to Mint and is loving it.I will inform them of this new forum and try to get them to join LQ.Cheers.
Well,thank you Husse and Jeremy!
I just want to say that I am very,very happy to see that this forum has been created.I hope that it will have many,many good years.
Husse,thanks again for making this happend in such a short notice.Please,say thanks to Clem for me.I am very proud at myself at the moment.It is not like you see your suggestions come true every day,especially suggestions like Mint forum here at LQ.
Oh,man,I will go and have a beer now.
I've been trying to like Fedora 10 for several months now, but things keep winding up broken, and KDE 4.2, while much better than 4.0 and 4.1, is still far from rock solid. I decided to give GNOME another try, using Mint. I am very glad I did! Things just seem to work. While I'm not yet entirely comfortable in the GNOME environment, I'm getting there. And guess what... I'm actually getting some work done instead of just monkeying around with trying to fix things first. As a former boss used to say... "It's nice when you can actually work WITH the tools instead of just working ON the tools!"