Roku wrote:Ive installed LM11 RC some time ago, how do I install final release? There was a few uptades before but nothing big, so Im not sure if I already have final release or not, lol. How can I check it?
clem wrote:The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 11 “Katya”. Linux Mint 11 “Katya” New features at a glance: One click install for multimedia codecs and extra applications The Software Manager UI improvements New splash screen Fonts category More accurate package information More application icons by default More accurate search by default [...]
DrKillPatient wrote:As a newcomer to Mint and Linux in general, I know little about the way updates work. I've got Mint 10, is it worth it to upgrade to 11-- or would it be a minor change, not worth a reinstall? Or is there some kind of 'upgrade' feature to go from 10 to 11?
DrKillPatient wrote:Is there a KDE release planned for each subsequent Mint version? If, so about how long until Mint 11 gets a KDE version?
gogogadget wrote:Which version do I need to install? The "OEM" or the "32-no codecs"?
And why is it called no-codecs? Does that mean No mp3,wma support anymore?
- DVD: The full-featured standard version
- CD No codecs: A version which fits on a CD, without multimedia support and extra applications. For magazines, companies and distributors in the USA, Japan and countries where the legislation allows patents to apply to software and distribution of restricted technologies may require the acquisition of 3rd party licenses.
- OEM: For manufacturers, to pre-install Linux Mint on computers without setting up a user account.
Windows Installer (mint4win) is only available in the CD No codecs version.
Codecs and Extra applications is only available in the DVD but missing codecs and extra applications can be installed with a simple click of the mouse.
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