I'm to tired to heard that "Linux will kill Windows", "Linux it system for gurus", "Linux is system for professionals" etc. That's totally wrong!
You are wrong. Linux is worst of systems. It is not right to talk that we are against of Freedom. Linux have a huge number of system problems, and on my site I talk about it. I'm to tired to heard that "Linux will kill Windows", "Linux it system for gurus", "Linux is system for professionals" etc. That's totally wrong! I do not totally agree with your understanding of freedom, then...
Seriously, that dude is an idiot. He's just some bored little brat with no life trying to stir up trouble. Just ignore him.red-e-made wrote:Guys, why are you letting Luca troll you? Just ignore him.
drifter wrote:I have been using Mint since Mint 5...I thought Mint 7 was the best so far for what I use it for. Mostly streaming video and business programs. I first started noticing In Mint 8 trouble with flash and sound settings. Now with Mint 9 I find that flash is really crazy. With Monitors in Twinview Chrome browsers would not go to full screen video on Hulu. Firefox would not pop out video screen. I have switched to Mint 9 32bit instead of 64bit and that fixed the streaming issues in Firefox. I still use Chrome to watch embedded u tube video.
I am not knocking your release at all....had the same issues when I jumped the gun and installed Ubuntu 10.04. I am giving serious thought to going back to Mint 7 64bit. That release worked the best for me. I still think you make a great OS.
saxoli wrote:3. Something is wrong with notification-aera of panel. VLC-, Banshee-, mail-notifaction-, TrueCrypt-Icon and so on.
All icons are not transparent anymore, bad looking white background on black panel. But gnome-player-icon works, for example !?Oli
MissileCop wrote:Downloading LM9 Isadora Stable now.
Thanks Clem and everyone else involved with the creation of a most excellent distro!
Aging Technogeek wrote:I don't know if this is a legitimate bug or just a minor glitch in either my downloads or burns.
Mint 9 x64 downloaded twice, md5 sums checked okay both times. Burned each download to CD using K3b, raw mode, slowest speed. Again md5 sums checked okay. On live desktop, Mint menu, click to see "All Applications", I get a blank page.
If it had happened once, I'd have passed it off as a bad burn. With the same glitch in two downloads I thought I should mention it
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