tdockery97 wrote:a very solid #2 in both DistroWatch rankings and general usage worldwide.
Unfortunately, I cannot agree 'cos LMDE is testing based...tdockery97 wrote:...Linux Mint Debian Edition which is as stable and easy to use as Linux Mint Main...
Elisa wrote:As I already mentioned in the other thread, the best future of Mint (IMHO) would be leaving Ubuntu based Main edition and point to Debian stable based distro.
Just LMDE 'could' remain testing if there are enough of guys to play with it.
But IMHO, Debian stable + Mint (with even all DE as it is now) would be 10x better than a strange future bound with Ubuntu.
Oh man, com'n, don't say such half-true, half-false storiesMALsPa wrote:...
Elisa wrote:Oh man, com'n, don't say such half-true, half-false stories
Have u heard about pinning or even the chance to install to even stable version of Debian some latest apps?
Watch keywords like pinning.
BTW, it's possible to install by:
sudo aptitude install -t testing app_name
And yep, on my Debian Squeeze I installed some latest apps but just those one which surely won't harm my stable system or which won't force me to update the KDE base and even almost the whole system...
Tharkis wrote:I was wondering what the plans were for Mint. Are they going to be moving away from an Ubuntu base and basing the OS off Debian strictly?
MALsPa wrote:Tharkis wrote:I was wondering what the plans were for Mint. Are they going to be moving away from an Ubuntu base and basing the OS off Debian strictly?
While I haven't seen any plans about completely cutting the cord with Ubuntu, it's kinda interesting that (I think) every Mint version besides main (GNOME) and KDE is now based on Debian.
AlbertP wrote:Mint 11 KDE is currently in development, and probably also Mint 11 Fluxbox. At least Xfce has switched to Debian and for Gnome there's a choice between both.
Tharkis wrote:I certainly do NOT like those new desktops that Fedora and Ubuntu are using now. It looks like an interface I'd use on my phone. Frankly, it works great on a phone but I expect more from my computer.
Tharkis wrote:Sure I could always install some other window manager, but why should I when Mint does it correctly right off the bat.
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