tosh124 wrote:Is there any reason why Gparted is never included in any releases?
AlbertP wrote:Did you check the md5sum of the ISO file after downloading?
If it's OK, retry burning the DVD or CD, on the lowest possible speed.
AlbertP wrote:Not sure, but I've heard more of that. Checking the md5sum is the best way to know if there's some bit or byte corrupted while downloading.
It does not check for burning errors, but the disk integrity check can do that.
mintousa wrote:Awesome! I wish I could try it. I had Linux Mint 10 on my laptop before, but my parents made me re-install Windows 7. :c I still love Mint.
MarkX wrote:This is the best version of Linux I have used. It's stable and extremely fast. I really like that I am still able to customize it the way I like as well as having a good default theme. The was a great job on the part of the Linux Mint team. Just before I tried this release I went back to Ubuntu for a bit and was not happy with the user experience at all. I think this team really packages Linux with a good end user experience.
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