I'm not trying to knock Mint, but for anyone, like me, who was primarily interested in Cinnamon, this seems like an easy alternative way to get what you're looking for.
I think you are right about switching to Ubuntu. But I hate setting up Java and android sdk. Why did I delete my Ubuntu partition?
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I wouldn`t do so.
On http://forum.ubuntuusers.de/topic/gnome ... riert-ein/
I read about some users having the same problem with 12.04 - standard Ubuntu installation! So it seems to be a general Ubuntu problem?
I'm having the same problem - reading here for two days.
Netbook with Atom N450, Linux Mint Maya 64bit. Discovering the problem I upgraded to kernel 3.3.6-030306-generic. I installed my system after formatting the root partition, afterwards I copied the home partition (former 10.04).
I don't use Libre Office (but it is installed), I had no dock installed when the first freezes appeared (but now docky). What I changed was to add some applets and extensions for the panel. Disabling them didn't avoid the bug.
When I read about that Java probably could cause the freezing I upgraded to openjdk-7 and removed openjdk-6. Sun-Java is not installed.
The system still freezes about four to eight times a day. Using a tty I can reanimate the system by
- I guess that didn't work the first days the freezing appeared, but perhaps I go wrong