wheeledgoat wrote:every single blessed one of these bullet points were nailed ON THE HEAD with one simple Mint install. I could hardly believe it when I booted it up for the first time - I kept looking for things that I needed to do to get my computer up and running with the new OS install. After a few minutes I finally sat back, smiled, and checked my email and started surfing youtube...
Every day since as I grow more accustomed to Mint, I look at microsoft in my mental rear-view mirror as pull farther away. muahahhahahah!
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
Mint is pretty much exactly what I was hoping it to be; a very accessible version of Linux that;
a) gives me an operational desktop OS off the bat
b) lets me learn at my own pace as I tinker around with stuff
wheeledgoat wrote:thanks for the tip! I have indeed already done that.
Is it unheard of to put those commands in the script to do upon each boot? Or at least write a prompt as a reminder?
It seems like a small and insignificant thing, but those animated login windows are already making my non-minty friends really envious.
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