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Postby pmccartney on Tue May 01, 2012 10:04 am

I've been using Mint since 2.2, and all I can say is that it's probably been the most user-friendly distro available. However, I just downloaded the latest release (LMDE 201204 - Cinnamon [64-bit]). I am using the very same HP laptop that I've used with all my previous installations of Mint, but for some reason, no matter what I try, I continue to end up with the following message on screen: "[ ###.######] panic occurred, switching back to text console"

Apparently this has to be some sort of bug, because I get the exact same thing when I try installing Debian and Ubuntu 12.04.

I can install practically any distro under the sun except for the two latest releases from Mint and Ubuntu. I went as far as installing CentOS, Arch Linux, openSUSE, and PC-BSD just to make sure there wasn't anything wrong with my hardware.

I was really looking forward to trying out the new Cinnamon desktop, especially after everything I've seen so far.

Update: Since I can't get Mint (or much less any other Debian-based distros) installed on my laptop anymore, I've just decided to switch over to Arch. If you're a beginner, I don't suggest it. Arch takes time and patience to install and configure. It also takes some know-how, and a willingness to get your hands dirty with the command prompt. However, once everything is set up the way you want, it can definitely be a rock-solid, speed-daemon! But, if you're new to Linux, then I suggest sticking with Mint or openSUSE or Fedora.
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Re: panic occurred

Postby xenopeek on Wed May 02, 2012 5:08 am

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