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I think we've all heard of the ARM processor.  You've probably got one very close to you now.  If you're interested in finding out about a little bit more about this processor, its creator and it meteoric rise to the position it holds today.  Here's a great article courtesy of LINUXVOICE magazine: http://www.linuxvoice.com/sophie-wilson-acorn-and-the-development-of-arm/. 
Sophie Wilson was made a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2013, for having made “a substantial contribution to the improvement of natural knowledge”. By 2014, over 50 billion ARM processor cores had been shipped since the first ARM chip was created by Sophie Wilson in the mid-1980s.
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Reading this on an Android, so yeah...
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Docker and CoreOS form Open Container Project in an attempt to standardize software containers for cloud storage.http://www.linuxinsider.com/story/82202.html
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Hello Pepperminters, here's another splendid video from the LinuxHelpGuy.  In this heroic instalment of the Peppermint Six Gaming saga.  Our champion demonstrates how easy it is to play the mighty, "Wartune" on our favourite OS.  Take it away LinuxHelpGuy!!
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Hi Pepperminter and future Pepperminters.  You're all probably aware that Peppermint Six is receiving rave reviews.  For any of you who are a little unsure how to install Peppermint Six.  Here's a splendid video tutorial to show you how easy it is.  Brought to you courtesy of Marcelo Salvador and Ribalinux.  Many thanks Marcelo.
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Fourth in the series of Peppermint 6 video reviews by the +Linux Help Guy - Linux & Chromebooks For Everyone  - "Peppermint OS 6 THE Distro By Which All Others Will Be Judged "
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLkfDR68zAs
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there should be UEFI support .. is it the LiveUSB stick you're having problems booting ?
How did you create the LiveUSB ?
And what's the make model of either your laptop of motherboard ?
In fact it may be better if you ask on our support forum:-
http://forum.peppermiintos.com/
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Hi Pepperminter everywhere.  Did you know you can use just, "apt" instead of "sudo apt-get"?  Rather than using, "sudo apt-get update"  Just enter "apt update" and so one.  Check it out for yourselves.  It saves a little time and is a lot easier.
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Definitely, cant beat options 👍
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Here the LinuxHelpGuy shows us how easy it is to make an SSB (Site Specific Browser) for Microsoft Office Online.  You'll have an easy to access Cloud office suite on you Peppermint Six desktop within seconds.  This is the power and flexibility of Peppermint Six!! 

Many thanks to the LinuxHelpGuy for his splendid contributions.
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Yes, It would be wonderful if Firefox resurrected the Prism project.  All we can do about this though is hope.
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Hello everyone, remember our user forum is your one stop shop.  Come and check us out, it's easy to sign up.  You'll have access to plenty of easy to follow help, tip and tricks.  If you've a little time to kill.  Come and join in one of our lively discussions and give us your point of view.  Don't be shy - it's all of your activities and contributions that helps bring Peppermint Six to life.  We'll be delighted to welcome you aboard - hope to see you soon. 
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Greetings Pepperminter and future Pepperminters,  When we were putting Peppermint Six together, we already knew it was good.  However, it's even surprising us at Peppermint Central.  Its reception in the Linux community has really pleased us.  More importantly, it's pleasing you guys, the end users.  Here's another splendid video review.  This time from AJ Riessig - many  thanks AJ.
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Hi AJ, thanks for the great review.  We're very happy the way Peppermint Six is working and the reception it's receiving.  In fact, it's versatility is even surprising us at Peppermint Central. Our Ice application is a unique feature that makes using the web so easy and convenient.  Each of the integrated Ice application opens independently of Chromium Browser/Google Chrome in its own window.  This effectively turns the whole desktop into a web browser.  Similar to a Chromebook.  The big difference is that the user can run any locally installed packages simultaneously and seamlessly with the SSBs.  This level of hybridization really gives the Pepperminter the freedom to create something that is uniquely theirs. That's the goal of Peppermint.  It allows its users a greater freedom to easily build what they want on a rock solid, easy to use platform.  In fact to like Peppermint is to like Linux.  Many thanks again for the splendid review.
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Fourth in the series of Peppermint 6 video reviews by the +Linux Help Guy - Linux & Chromebooks For Everyone   - "Peppermint OS 6 THE Distro By Which All Others Will Be Judged "
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLkfDR68zAs
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