Many bugs are being posted here
lKingjr wrote:a few thoughts on this release...
1. I'm having the same issues as others as far as the right-click in the Mint-X themes. Works fine with other themes.
2. I can't get the cursor to change to black. It only shows over FF.
3. VLC has all sorts of issues and ends up locking up the guest, I've tried several different audio&video settings. gnome-mplayer works.
4. I wish a newer version of lxappearance was included, say 0.5+.
5. The wallpapers not "sticking" in the desktop preferences is sort of annoying.
I have xfce installed along with gnome in my LMDE install and have not run into all the same issues. strange.
1. gtk-menu-popup-delay = 1 causes this.( I always remove it)
2. Probably needs to logout?
5. The wallapers can't be in folders. All must be in /usr/share/xfce4/backdrops without any other folders.
MintUpdate has "Fix Broken Packages First" error message.
Missing mintdesktop-xfce xfce4-clipman mintconfig-xfce.
Should probably be using xfce power manager instead of gnome power manager.
Menus only have icons and buttons are missing icons.(always have these set in the Ubuntu based Edition.)
OOo is replaced with LibO when updating.
No places plugin on the panel.
Some applications are Gnome apps instead of the Xfce ones.(gedit, gnome-system-monitor, etc)
Missing Move to trash and Delete options i have added to thunar in Linux Mint Xfce.
Removable Drives and Media not set correctly.
Probably missing more customizations but haven't look at it much.
I'm not a fan of the Debian versions since it is harder to setup on computers than Ubuntu.
Tons of problems with sound and video not being detected even though they are in Ubuntu.
I know Linux Mint 7 set them correctly without having to do anything.
Why can't Debian?
It's harder to get languages installed after the initial installation.
No Hardware Drivers application like Ubuntu.