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Old 04-08-2011, 03:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Linux Mint XFCE Released and Linux Mint F.A.Q.!


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The recent popularity and growth of Linux Mint Debian Edition as well as the migration and planned migration of some of the alternate desktop environment based editions (Fluxbox and XFCE so far) has strummed up questions about the future of the main Linux Mint edition which is based on Ubuntu and Gnome. To help answer these growing questions, Linux Mint's founder and project lead, Clement Lefebvre has created an easy to miss F.A.Q. nestled at the end of the Linux Mint XFCE announcement.

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