How I set up Linux Mint 20 on my laptop, including favorite software and dual booting with Windows 10.
I’ve written a lot over the years about Linux, both positive and critical. However, I haven’t written much about it lately. Thus, I thought I’d write about
It’s been 10 years since I started using Linux as an operating system for my home PCs. A decade ago, I’d grown interested in using Linux for various reasons,
Linux Mint 17 Xfce has finally been released, and with it comes the latest version of my post-installation guide. If wondering, I’m restricting these guides to LTS (long-term service) releases from
Creative Commons graphic, created by Cllement Lefebvre. Linux Mint 15 (Xfce version) was recently released, a month or so after the release of the main MATE/Cinnamon using versions. With the newest version
Coming soon is Linux Mint 15 Xfce (“Olivia”), currently available as a Release Candidate. The popular Linux distro’s recently released version 15 of its main desktop environments (MATE and
Linux Mint 14 has been out for a few months now, but the Xfce version was only updated recently. I finally upgraded to 14 just before Christmas, so it’s time for
Continuing down the 2012 “best and worst of” list, next comes technology… Best My article on KeePassX was published in the January 2012 issue of “Linux Journal” magazine.
Since my Xubuntu 12.04 post-installation guide has proven popular (it’s the most-visited post on the blog), I thought I’d give writing a similar guide for Linux Mint 13
As noted before, I’ve been having freezing issues with my new laptop, on which I’d installed Mint 13 Xfce (based on Ubuntu 12.04). The freezing usually came up whenever I