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i think its better just to stick with ubuntu/xubuntu, it makes upgrading so much easier. stability in both i will take a small amount of credit for as i'm an ubuntu tester

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I have been using it for a little bit (since it went release candidate), and I quite like it. Cinnamon 1.6 is great, and I'm glad that it's being backported to Linux Mint 13. The reasoning for that is when I permanently install Linux/Ubuntu "something" (which will possibly be this month if I get another hard drive), I'd sooner it be an LTS version. I feel 12.04 is better than 12.10 currently, but that should change given time

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I got mint running on a 2007 acer aspire, L3600. (tiny box)

 

It works well.

 

atm, I'm looking at the different ways distros work (configs mainly), in a very, very small way.

 

Thanks for the intro with the pcauth mag.

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