MagnusB wrote:What icons do you want to have on your desktop?
MagnusB wrote:Run mintDesktop and select mounted drives. If you only have local filesystems mounted it will not show up on the desktop (I.E. root partition or home etc).
Slocker wrote:It's a GUI, just search in the filter box in the menu 'desktop' and you'll see the menu entry.
ed@Mint wrote:This is very well explained in the Linux Mint user guide : http://ftp.heanet.ie/pub/linuxmint.com/4.0/LinuxMint-4.0-User-Guide_v1.pdf
You can find mintDesktop in menu>preference>mintDesktop
ed@Mint wrote:You should always specify which edition of Linux Mint you use
When you don't mention it, everybody assumes you use the main edition, thus Gnome.