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Inderpal Singh

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Hi,
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Kory Wnuk

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Linux Mint 14 - Latest screenshot
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Thanks. As I noted in a previous comment, I was fortunate that Mint 14 included it as a standard in the distro.
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Bill Kraski

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I just got an ASUS Win8 laptop.  Is there a tutorial somewhere to get Win8 to let me boot to DVD long enough to install Mint 13 Maya for a dual boot?
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This is from a year ago, but should still be applicable: http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/858
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Jon Carey

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I'm running LMDE and I was a little unhappy with the age/availability of packages.  I wanted Emacs 24, Qt 5 & Gwibber. So, I pointed apt at the Debian (Sid) repos. I'm getting daily updates now, and nothing has broken... yet.  It's been about 2 weeks.  Has anyone else tried this? Any problems?
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I've read more people that had the same argument as you. They ended up switching to pure debian due to slow repository updates.
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Riemer Thalen

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If I send feedback on G+ to Google, I cannot mark the elements that show the problem. Under Windows, marking works fine. (Yes, some things work in Windows.) Does anyone recognize this bug in G+ feedback?
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+Kristian Wedmark Yes, Chrome on both platforms. Which is the Google browser one expects to work flawlessly with Google services. 

Although Google uses Linux desktops for development (Googbuntu), and Chrome OS on Chromebooks is Linux-based, they are not overly Linux-friendly. We are waiting for Drive for Linux for over a year(?). 
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Feliz 2013 para todos, que todos sus deseos se hagan realidad. Sólo hay que programarlos en el interior de cada uno!!!
Un saludos desde San Juan, Argentina.
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Sorry!
Happy 2013 to everyone, that all your wishes come true. Just program them inside each!
A greetings from San Juan, Argentina.
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Merry Christmas everyone !

I am going to upgrade my video card from an Nvidia GTS 250 to a GTX 560.  I am running Mint 14 Mate and the Nvidia 310 drivers.

What is the process for changing out a video card ?

Thanks in advance.
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I think I will revert back to the original nouveau drivers first then install the card then add the nvidia drivers.
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Phil Ram

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I know, we shouldn't do it.. but I give it a try.... I want to do an apt-upgrade from Maya to Nadia XFCE..... anobody done it before ? any known problems?
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okay.... i did. it .. it took a while... but finally it works...  needed sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf to get an internet connection after the upgrade... i also had to adjust some software repositories... but finally it works great, without any problems
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Phil Ram

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Does anyone of you use #Hotot   +hotot  as Twitter client? I love hotot.... but it seems impossible to me to upload Photos /Images. Neither twitpic, twitter, bitly or anything els does work???? Only a quick "uploading ..." shows up.. and that's it.... nothing happens. upload window stays on the screen. Does anybody know any solution for that problem? I don't think that I'm alone.
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+Philipp Rieberer-Murer Sorry it did. I deleted the post afterwards but assumed the image link would remain. Using Hotot as a Chrome extension uploading of image seemed to work fine.
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Steffen Fehrenz

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Kennt irgendwer schon einen Mirror wo man 17.1 KDE downloaden kann ? #linuxmint   #linux  
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Christopher S.

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Here is a look at Lmde with the Debian repos.
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Greg Ryman

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Ok, this is driving me crazy. I've never had hibernate issues until I switched to LMDE. I blame this on Debian, however it should be easily fixable, yet I can't seem to get it working correctly. My laptop will hibernate but will not resume. Suspend and resume work, but not the resume from hibernate. Here is as far as the resume process gets.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6tbsslhk2v4gt8b/2013-04-11%2000.50.11.jpg

I just enabled debugging for pm-utils because there was nothing of interest in the logs. I'm going to start sifting through that, but it's a mess. Does anyone have tips on what I might be looking for?
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Yep, I know all about the beep and I've tried about anything to get rid of it on previous installations of debian-derived distro's. I've just installed LMDE (mate) again last week myself and I love the speed of it! It's also nice to have good old GNOME2 DE back. It's still nr. 1 for me.
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Youans Ezzat

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Hi Guys I'm a Java Developer I'm looking for a good Linux distro and I'm ended  with Mint but actually I don't know which version will be good for me 
I want a good one for a strong Java Programming Work. What do you recommend ? Thanks in advance :)
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Actually, looking back on this post, I think something like Arch would be a better idea for you (yes, I know I'm saying this in a LM community). This is because you can choose exactly what applications you want installed, and not have any extra programs taking up space on the disk or in memory. And you can install KDE, Gnome, Xfce, LXDE, Cinnamon through the official repos along with others through the AUR. You can do the same with any programming applications you need. Also, it's rolling release, so there's no need to download another install DVD a couple times every year. If you want to stick with Linux Mint, there's also LM Debian Edition, which if I remember right is also rolling release.
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HELP

Does anybody have DBDesigner installed?  I have a DBDesigner .xml file and I need to have it exported to MySQL Workbench.
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As a fellow Mint user, I thought you all might appreciate this :)
 
First scarf just posted! The Linux Mint scarf is now ready for your viewing/purchasing pleasure :)

If you have any problems or questions, shoot me an e-mail: shandell.gager@gmail.com
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My Linux Mint Nadia KDE desktop
(note: typically the side panels automatically hide, but I disabled that for this screenshot)
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Looks cool. 
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Feliz Navidad a todos!!!!
Desde San Juan, Argentina, los mejores deseos para esta Noche Buena

Merry Christmas for to all!!!
From San Juan, Argentina, best wishes for this Christmas Eve
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Dankeschön. Ich hoffe dass Du eine tolle und gemütliche Zeit mit deinen Verwandten und Bekannte verbringen kannst.

Thank you. I hope you'll have a great and happy time with your loved ones.
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