I hope they can fix the bug but I sure hope things don't turn out for you that is did for me. I had to re-install yet again because things started really get bad. My icons stop working , my permission could not be determined according to the error report, then my system started logging in the error that it could not enumerate device on Port 5. I got so bad that the CPU usage went from12% to 88%, needless to say things slowed down and could not do anything with the system. On the next re-boot, it would freeze and could not boot into the system at all. So I went back to Mint 9 ! I didn't want to, I so much hope for the LMDE but it just wasn't to be!
After installing Mint 9 again. All the errors went away, system went back to normal,EXCEPT for the Linux Mint Search problem. Apparently the problem has to be with Google. I still get the same 403 error with Mint 9.
I don't know if I will ever install Mint Debian again. I worked a week trying to just get my computer so I could use it and then still have to revert back to a main edition. Then again I will probably never put Mint back on the computer after Mint 9 dies because I hate the way the Ubuntu is going, I hate Unity, and all the rest of the bloat that comes with the new editions. It reminds me of the history of Windows. LMDE has the same problems that Window 98 had, very unstable. The newest Ubuntu based Mint reminds me and compares to Windows Vista, bloated, slow, and sluggish. In my eyes, Linux is going in the same directions that MS Windows took. Every editions gets more bloated, and you need a bigger faster computer to stay with the game. One reason I stopped using Windows and learned to work with Linux. Now Linux is the same way. I don't know which Linux Distro I will go with, but with the direction that Ubuntu and apparently Mint are taking , it will not be either of those.