ukstar wrote:Can I just say this. I haven't used Mint since version 6, but have just installed 11 beta 64bit and it is totally amazing. Everything works, had to fiddle about with my Epson SZ215 but works OK now. Installed Vuze and have just watched a couple of movies that were on my Windows7 drive. Because there is no burning facility with the Linux version, what is the best way of doing this. OK question should be somewhere else, but still amazed with Mint 11. I also use Opera mainly and with their synchronise option I still have everything that I had on Windows.
However, if you mean encoding a file, such as a downloaded movie to a DVD, then there are programs available to handle such encoding
http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/top5-linux ... -software/
kojoseph wrote:Just a new new newbie to Mint
now enjoying LinuxMint 10 KDE and thanks to the team.
I would like to ask when will we gonna have Linux Mint 11 KDE.
Love this KDE version over Gnome.
I need to ask about download manager as well.
How can I set proxy server there?