Nixie Pixel would marry Mint it seems ;-)

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Re: Nixie Pixel would marry Mint it seems ;-)

Post by jsplicer » Sun May 26, 2013 8:31 pm

Okay Thanks Craig I'm going to give it another look see. Yah 13.04 really came a long way, everything works on this for me, my phone, my digital camera, printer and scanner, my video card I didn't have to manually hack the driver into the kernel. They must have a lot of man hours put into this! Definately a keeper!
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Re: Nixie Pixel would marry Mint it seems ;-)

Post by excollier » Mon May 27, 2013 3:18 am

Until support runs out soon.
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Re: Nixie Pixel would marry Mint it seems ;-)

Post by craig10x » Mon May 27, 2013 9:49 am

excollier wrote:Until support runs out soon.
Not that soon...the end of January was worth the move for me to 13.04 because it has a LOT of nice improvements over 12.10....and come 14.04 (in April 2014) i will be going on LTS to LTS cycle (in others words, only re-install or upgrade every 2 years)... :wink:

Keep in mind the ubuntu support cycles apply to mint as well (except for LMDE)...I was glad to hear they were reducing support time on interim releases which will give them more time to address bugs...however, i think 12 months instead of 9 months would have been a lot better...oh well...another reason why as of 14.04, i am going on a LTS to LTS cycle...

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