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I love mint, I have been using it on my laptop and desktop for quite awhile now. I started with mint 3.1, and now use mint 5 on my desktop and just this week, upgraded my laptop to mint 6. Mint is the only Linux system I have been able to get my dvb usb stick to work.
thanks to those that put this together as Mint is now my os of choice. also thank you for your help LQ, its because of all of you that i found it and was able to get it installed so easily. right now i have get back to setting it up, thanx again and please keep up the good work u r appreciated.
Im coming from Germany and im using Linux since January 2009. I tryed so much distros till Linux Mint. I use Linux Mint since February 2009 and i love it and i will no more change the distro. Linux Mint is fast, stable and looks great !
BTW: It works all out of the box 8-)
Great to see the Linux Mint forum here.
Have a nice day and best regards to all :-)
Last edited by GabberGmbH; 03-23-2009 at 05:01 PM.
Thanks guys for bringing the two together. the Mint community is one of the most helpful around in this noobs humble opinion. Mint is truly a great distro but its the community that really makes it shine. LQ will be better for it. thanks again, time to get back theres so much more to learn......
I was since 2005 a SuSE user, but after a superfriendly advice I switched to Linux Mint.
All I can say...
Wow, what a distro.
After 1 month with it, I'm still amazed as in the first day I installed this jewel.
Distribution: Linux Mint "Mate" x64 (primary OS), Win 7/8 x64, XP Home/Pro x32.
It's great to see Linux Mint here. Just two days ago, after many tryouts of other distros, I've found my home with Linux Mint. At first, I was dualbooting with Windows XP Pro, today I put the CD back in and used my whole (40GB) disc, scrapping Windows altogether. And I'm not looking back. I was tired of spending more time maintaining my laptop rather than using it. This is a superb distro and is running great for me. A first class distro!