My name is John, I'm a Distro Whore.
Sorry, that's tomorrow night's meeting.
Anyway I downloaded 201101/32 with an md5sum of daeabb182b016cd62bfced5483441b5a
That matches what http://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=1604
says, so I installed it in a VM and gave it a Gig of RAM.
I am way too comfortable setting up my own partitions and I have set aside a 20G /dev/sda4 on my laptop
I have a single install of LM10/32 now but I need to run it "side-by-side" it before I commit.From what I've read here, I should NOT install GRUB and just re-run
1. sudo grub-install /dev/sda
2. sudo update-grub
from my LM10/32 install when I do install to sda4?
I installed Lenny and two other OSs over Thanksgiving for a total of 5 installs, and 4 installs since then.
I like Debian's stable feel but the DE was too "flat". And that's something I don't think any Theme could fix.
I hope that I can get the "Wow!" factor/feeling back from an installed OS, and further hope that it's Mint LMDE that gives it to me!
Thanks for listening.
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But you must defend the choice you made.