alligoodw wrote:I did a clean install on a Asus Aspire 7741Z-5731 laptop. I couldn't get past the screen where one would put the password. I would type my password and the first three characters would appear and then nothing . . . no more characters appeared in the password area. From there, the window just froze. I didn't have any difficulties with LM9.
Aging Technogeek wrote:toon81,
If you install the RC and keep up with the updates, you will have effectively the same OS as if you waited and installed the final release version. I always do it this way and later, download a copy of the final release just to have it on file.
cudayne wrote:I have nvidia vid card works like a charm.
It is an amazing version it booted up faster then mint 9 on both the live dvd an after instillation.
The desktop is super crisp clear an solid. I don't know what changed but the desktop seems more vibrant an crisp then 9 was. I am simply amazed am installing it on the kids box as I type this. I love the instillation of extra software I use almost daily like sun Java. I think this is a solid work defnitly worth looking at if you are using mint 9.
Smiff2 wrote:2) changing icons is imho a big mistake. users are familiar with the icons from e.g. firefox from other systems
Smiff2 wrote:3) mint's firefox customisations are (still) annoying, sorry. people don't want to visit your site after installation. use the basic firefox start page or ubuntu page or whatever, and don't add extensions unless they are useful ones like Adblock..
Smiff2 wrote:5) small point, but no Mint9 theme included?
Smiff2 wrote:was there no beta release?
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