cmost wrote:Thank you! By the way, I tested your pre-built ISO image in a VirtualBox machine and all I can say is Wow!! I got goosebumps when I saw the Mint splash screen and 100% Debian underneath. This really is great work!!! Have you had a look at some of the logo ideas that were posted to this thread? Some of these were very good: viewtopic.php?f=141&t=8417&st=0&sk=t&sd=a
My personal favorite (and the one I believe to be most appropriate) is this one from Zwopper (it's the last post on page 4...oooh...pretty!!:
maybeway36 wrote:Zwopper: I really like your logo. If you come up with a desktop wallpaper, I would love to see it.
maybeway36 wrote:I just put out a sort of maintenance release, MintDebianAug19.iso (MD5: b37c8f7522a9f260eb544c6d7703f7ae)
[*]The old mint-artwork package is now separated into mint-artwork and mint-debian-settings.
[*]The Debian netboot installer is put into the image with live-helper's built-in functionality instead of a custom script. This doesn't really matter, except that it changes the menu option names a bit.
[*]A new package called "mint-debian-artwork" is included. Currently, it contains wallpapers and GDM themes by cmost and Phill.
[*]All the packages on the Live CD have been updated to the newest Debian lenny as of August 19.
Also, there is a new install-only disc: MintDebianAug19InstallOnly.iso (MD5: f9fd593d8dadc147412ca96155f2cb8f)
This disc is a remaster of Debian's mini.iso that also contains the apt-cdrom packages just like the full CD. This way, you can install Debian and then add the metapackage to make it Mint Debian. Since most of the install components are downloaded during the install process, the ISO is only 20MB!
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