everready wrote:http://www.noobslab.com/2012/02/install ... speed.html
I'm new to all of this "sudo" "apt-get" commands so this was a perfect opportunity to sharpen my skills "green pea skills" after entering this command..
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/firefox-aurora
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get firefox
sudo apt-get install firefox
vrkalak wrote:"How to Ask Questions the Smart Way"
by Vincent Vermeulen on July 20th, 2012, 5:35 am
The site search can be fussy. For easier search, consider doing a site search with your favourite search engine. Yahoo, Duck Duck Go and Google (and possibly others) all support the same syntax for doing a site seach. For example, to search for "cinnamon llvm" on Linux Mint, you would give the search query:
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cinnamon llvm site:linuxmint.com
You can then use your search engine's search tools to further narrow your search.
bkwapisz wrote:Here is a tip from a Newbie to other newbies: READ THE INSTRUCTIONS. This sounds like common sense, and I assume I have none, because I just spent the ENTIRE weekend trying without success to SIMPLY put Linux Mint on a desktop. Today I did some more Google scholaring and read within the first page of instructions where I went wrong and I feel VERY stupid.
The problem was that when I burned the DVD, I did so as DATA, and not an image. The image choice is the correct one. Makes opposite sense to me, but I am just now starting to learn Linux and UNlearn Windows.
Hopefully someone else will have had this problem and I'm not alone.
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