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- Fri May 04, 2012 5:31 pm
- Forum: Releases & Announcements
- Topic: Poll: Desktop environments
- Replies: 580
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Right now I use Cinnamon on Mint 12 on my laptop, and I really love it. I have LMDE Xfce running on an old desktop, and it works great, too--no frills, but it's very light. I voted for both.
- Fri Jan 27, 2012 10:33 pm
- Forum: Newbie Questions
- Topic: Why are two batteries listed in the system tray?
- Replies: 1
- Views: 548
I'm running Linux Mint 12 on a Dell Latitude D531. I noticed a few days ago that the battery indicator in the system tray read 0% when I knew that wasn't right. I clicked on it, and two batteries were listed, one with 0% that never changed and one with the correct percentage (going up since the batt...
- Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:41 pm
- Forum: Wireless
- Topic: [SOLVED] Wireless option gone after enabling Broadcom STA
- Replies: 19
- Views: 5602
Thanks so much, TBABill. I've been trying to fix my wireless for weeks.
HA! I think I have an idea (though a complicated one). Would it be possible to make a virtual machine in VirtualBox of the OS I want and turn it into a real partition? I've read somewhere that it might work. How could I do this? (All I know is how to make the virtual machine. Anything else is out of...
a BIOS update is unlikely to affect things like this. I had a laptop that did very similar things to this, the way I could get it to boot from CD was to put the CD in the drive, go into the BIOS (keep pressing the relevant key at boot (usually escape, delete or sometimes F12)) go to the boot device...
Hi all. I'm new to the community. I've been using Mint for a few months to rescue an old Toshiba laptop from death by Microsoft. I tried Mint 9 GNOME first, then added KDE to a new partition. Lately, even though CD drive has been set to first boot priority in BIOS settings, I can't get it to boot fr...