Indeed. Ubuntu ain't got shit on anyone until I see a game of Tetris in the installer.
I've got a mangina. I'm old Greeeeg!
For the humor impaired
You know what I love?
Being able to set custom keybindings.
Workspaces...in a grid.
Alt-Tab to any running app on any desktop.
Ya know, all the things that Gnome 3 actually did right (no matter how much I've come to despise it), and the Mint team decided to break. For now I'll just keep on trucking along with XFCE, and if Clem and the gang ever decide to stop fucking with login manager settings and fix some of their outstanding bugs, maybe I'll give Cinnamon another look.
You guys have fun with that. Firefox 17 is still kickin along just fine here.
Do we really have to have this conversation every single time any software releases version_dot_ten? It's getting a bit old at this point.
You got an extra s in there, yo.
"Linux 3.10 Merge Windows" had me getting ready to scout out a new OS.
The merge window closing, however, is a good thing.
If you're one of those who shops at Whole Foods, you ARE the rabble. Just of a different sort.
Not quite. Atom is still good for non-gaming low-powered workstations and laptops. Pretty much every current computer I use, except the i5 at work that my boss pays the electric bill for.
Yeah I mean who wants a desktop that's still being maintained (I'm an XFCE user), or a web browser and email client that aren't EOL before the OS is even released? It's crazy I tell ya.
Umm cPanel does support PostgreSQL. I don't particularly care for it as I'm a MySQL guy, but I've done many a Postgres install on cPanel servers and enabled it in WHM/cpanel.
Well you'll have to forgive me. Since I never ran Windows to begin with, yes I tend to think in terms of UNIX-like systems for everything.
It would seem it is not harder, since uNetbootin dosn't work at all. I'll take one quick command that works over several commands to install a GUI to click a button that downloads an ISO to unpack onto a USB....and then fails
dd if=debian.iso of=/dev/usbdevice
Not exactly rocket science. Actually it's even simpler than writing it to a cdr.
Nothing wrong with kernel 3.2. If I had any serious gripe about this release it's the fact that it comes with XFCE 4.8. Since 4.10 released over a year ago, there's really no excuse for shipping a stable distro with the older version. Thankfully there are third party repos for thse of us who want to run stable, but with a reasonable version of XFCE.
Since LMDE tracks testing, the answer would be it already did, and has moved on since then.