Getting Started for Newbies

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Getting Started for Newbies

Post by karlchen »

Hello, new Linux Mint users.

Welcome to the forum and welcome to Linux Mint. :)
Please, find below a list of places where you will hopefully find the most relevant pieces of information which will help you find your way around in the world of Linux Mint.
In case you cannot find the answer to your question / the solution to your problem, do not be afraid of asking your question / reporting your problem here in this forum.
  • One time action before you can start posting: register as a new forum user by clicking on the Register link.
  • As a new forum user take the time, please, to read the page on How To Get Help!
  • In order to start a new thread about your question / problem, click on the [New Thread] button, chose a descriptive title and explain your question/problem.
  • When starting a new thread, please, do not forget to include a concise overview on your system. Here you can find how to create and submit such an overview easily: How to create and post a full inxi report

(The list of linked addresses was brought to you courtesy of dynamikspeed)

Enjoy Linux Mint.
Last edited by karlchen on Sun Sep 27, 2020 5:52 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Reason: Added references to Ubuntu glossary and Linux Dictionary, mentioned here:
Linux Mint 19.3 64-bit Cinnamon, Total Commander 9.51 64-bit
Haß gleicht einer Krankheit, dem Miserere, wo man vorne herausgibt, was eigentlich hinten wegsollte. (Goethe)

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