srturner47 wrote:With PCLinuxOS I used Google Desktop, but I prefer FOSS like Beagle.
I am for the complete suppression of Mono and its components (Beagle, Tomboy, F-Spot and so...)
srturner47 wrote:mintInstall -- pretty cool. Maybe someday it will replace synaptic
srturner47 wrote:(Except I miss Karamba and Nautilus should have a way to type the location of a directory as well as to navigate to it!)
Nautilus does already that.
srturner47 wrote:Very impressive. I think Mint will definitely continue to grow in popularity.
srturner47 wrote:One of my favorite control center utilities from PCLinuxOS is the GRUB editor. I can change all my GRUB settings without editing any text files. (By the way, I love the xorg.conf editor in Mint's Control Center. Nice touch!)
Hum...editing a file is not more difficult than open a text file by exemple
srturner47 wrote:K3B - I know I can't D/L it from the repos, but I consider this standard software. I'd love to see this included with the distro install CD.
especially not! K3B is very dependent on KDE and to use it in Gnome amount almost making turn the two desktops at the same time! Brasero for example is a replacing good for Gnome
srturner47 wrote:Klipper -- Love this! Why not include Glipper in Mint?
Glipper? Why not, it is true that Klipper is a good thing in KDE also why not its Gnome version?
P.S.= I am sorry if my english is not completely correct, I am French and my english is not very developed. I used a translator of the Web sometimesâ€¦