clem wrote:That's the reason why KDE B44 doesn't "dress" GTK apps with the KDE theme.. it's either that or the transparent mintupdate, seems to be a compatibility problem between gtk.statusicon and qt-gtk.
Jwednesday wrote:I totally agree with the upgrade tool. I have convinced 2 people to use LinuxMint as a dual boot on their Windoze computers. The reason I chose to install Linux Mint was that it works. I have instructed both parties as to how to upgrade using the konsole under the KDE version using apt-get. The reason why I chose Linux Mint was that they can still access their files under Windows and I was able to install ies4linux (IE) so that they could keep their favorites and saved sites. I NEED an upgrade tool so that I can save face in convincing them that Linux is just as good or better. I installed Cassandra because I could do so on older machines with a CD and they seem to both enjoy the KDE desktop. So, please please please bring out the UPGRADE tool.
Jim - firstname.lastname@example.org
moddedcomputers wrote:So exactly what is "Romero"?
I'm running Daryna with XFCE 4.4 beta 008.
Can I install Romero in or over my current mint?
I really like my Mint. I was "Distro Hopping" until I found Mint.
After updating MintUpdate to 2.0, MintUpdate no longer started automatically after log in.
I inserted "gksu" and a space in front of the MintUpdate command line in sessions.
Now everything appears to be working normally.
Was this the correct fix?
Has anyone else had this problem?
microcomputers wrote:So exactly what is "Romero"?
BakUp wrote:microcomputers wrote:So exactly what is "Romero"?
Hi, and welcome to the Mint forums microcomputers !
Romero is just a repository, not a new release of Mint.
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