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Linux Mint Debian Edition Offers Faster Updates with Rougher Edges

Linux Mint, the OS distribution with an eye for beginners, is stepping out and offering a new edition for those who like Mint, but want more frequent updates of its core apps. Based on Debian, LMDE is an interesting step forward. More here

Previous versions of Linux Mint were based on Ubuntu releases, and users had to wait until the improvements and changes in Ubuntu’s new versions trickled their way “upstream” to Linux Mint. In the “Debian Edition,” changes and updates to the system and apps will flow constantly, so that users never really need to re-install their system.

One Response to “Linux Mint Debian Edition Offers Faster Updates with Rougher Edges” »

  1. Comment by Malic — September 9, 2010 @ 8:01 am

    Absolutely beautiful, really glad with this!

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