Interesting reading, thanks for taking the time to report your findings!
Well, Linux Mint follows the latest Ubuntu LTS, so it can be done.
I’ll read your Cinnamon review for sure.
As for fonts, I installed Roboto.
Really like this one, and I didn’t update any theme font color.
Yep, and not free either.
I see this when I hover the mouse over the download link:
On their blog, https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3906, the developers also wrote:
Very saddening reading! :(
Thanks for your time, always a pleasure to read your reviews!
Put it in learning mode?
Good to hear, thanks bellgamin!
I printed both « recipes » so I have the opportunity to try both of them.
I'd like to setup a Linux VM on W10.
What do you guys use?
I found a tutorial about using W10's Hyper-V here:...
I'd be particularly interested on how it plays with W10 along with Emsisoft Anti-Malware. (if at all needed...)
Anyone still using this?
Only available with the Cinnamon DE, for those wondering.
I personnally run Debian Buster directly, and at install, with the net edition, you can...
The two original founders of Peppermint OS are no longer in the project.
May this explains that?
Shane Remington - Co-founder & former COO...
Ouch, sad news!
Mint is based on Ubuntu so non-free is not applicable.
LMDE is based on Debian and I think non-free is enabled by default.
Can you plug an external monitor to see if you get the same thing?
Did you try other distros?
Debian 10 here as well, great stuff.
Thanks for the review, and saving my time trying it! :)
Maybe that’s related to the fact that MX Linux is based on Debian rather...
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