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Asking questions is one thing. I can understand that. But it really wasn't necessary to open the comment with "It'd be nice if you told us..." That was intentional snark and you know it. You were being an ass instead of just asking the questions for the information you "needed". So stop trying to back pedal. Thanks for your "help", but I would rather figure it out for myself than have someone define their "help" with unjustifiable arrogance. Besides, I never asked for assistance in the first place. I was merely stating a frustration.  
Good luck having friends in life.
Snark out.
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It was suppose to be a suntanning afternoon, but a date with Olivia sounds so much better!
The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 15 “Olivia”. Linux Mint 15 Olivia. Linux Mint 15 is the most ambitious release since the start of the project. MATE 1.6 is greatly improved and Cinnamon 1.8 offers a ton of new features, including a screensaver and a unified control center.
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Since the Mint 15 RC was released a few days ago, time for some review love!
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Great collection of Mint wallpapers
 
56 Linux Mint Wallpapers
Isn't it great to find everything you need in one place?
#mint #wallpaper
Download Entire Archive: mint.wallpaper.gplus.7z - http://goo.gl/SPWPM
Or flip threw them in this gallery. Some are over 1mb.
MATE Skinning: http://art.gnome.org/themes/
Cinnamon Themes: http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/themes
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Good initiative!
 
A list to help schools find open source alternatives to proprietary software applications was published earlier this week by OSS Watch, a service for higher and further education institutions in the U...
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Had this issue myself, maybe it helps some.
 
There is a Flash video problem that is peculiar to #Linux users using certain #Nvidia graphics cards, and that is #YouTube and other #Flash videos render everything with a blue tint, so that people look like Smurfs, or like the Na'vi in Avatar. Figure 1 shows what it does to Limor Fried, founder of Adafruit Industries.
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libvdpau 0.5 contains a workaround for this.
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Do you use library managers ? You do not know what that is? Try #Calibre and free yourself from e- book clutter. It is cross-platform. Database can be easily stored in the cloud and used across many devices. If you have an e-book reader it can do magic!
calibre: The one stop solution for all your e-book needs. Comprehensive e-book software.
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big -1 for that but still best library 
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Let's hope that this (and followers, please!) will be nicely configured and ready to Mint!
Samsung on Monday announced a new super-high resolution display for laptop computers. The company revealed a 13.3-inch QHD display with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 and a pixel density of 276 ppi. T...
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Huston,  there is a penguin on the board
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I'm looking forward to the official arch-iss-x86-iso :-) 
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Referral link alert! New kid on the block cloud. Copy.com is the new Dropbox clone/alternative. It starts bold. 5GB for signing up, another 5GB for signing up with a referral link (search Ge+ for your friends link or use below) and installing one of the apps. + 2GB for posting a tweet about it *not tested, own no Twitter :). It does not share your e-mail with the referring person, unlike Dropbox. It does your name, but this seems less evil. It has a linux app (yey!) that is going to go through tough testing today. I am going to have a look at the Terms of Use during the weekend, before I give them any more sensitive data. But for now, grab when it is hot. The 5+5 promotion is suppose to end after they get enough buzz. 
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This is a nice site
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Geek plans for new years? Some testing maybe? 
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Very unofficial +page for Linux Mint - the fun Spot - news and tips
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Linux Mint Spot is your spot on Google+ where you can find useful tips and news about the great Linux distribution, and how it fits in Linux World

Linux Mint's beginnings reach 2006. Linux Mint developers focus on stability and usability. In just a few years this community based distribution grown to have nice alternatives. Whetver you like Gnome (2 or 3) or KDE, Ubuntu or Debian, with Mint you can choose the best option for yourself.

Join us! And spread the Mint Love!