Tasting Mint

August 2012
APC (Bauer Media Group);Aug2012, p92
The article offers information about new operating system from Linux Mint. It is offering two versions of Linus Mint 13 with same base Linux distribution, two different interfaces. The first is called MATE, a name derived from a South American beverage called mate. The other version is called Cinnamon.


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