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Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” V2, Get Second Release with Major Fixes

Clement Lefebvre, the leader of the Linux Mint project, has announced that ISO images for the Cinnamon and MATE editions of Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” have been updated and marked as “v2”.

Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon

Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” was released only a month ago, but in all that time some important issues have been fixed by the developers. In order to make the life of the users a little bit easier, the Linux mint devs have decided to regenerate the ISO images with the new fixes.
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Ubuntu MATE Remix Is Making Good Progress, Now Runs in Virtualbox

A new Ubuntu with MATE as the default desktop environment is in the making for a few weeks and it looks that the developers are making good progress.

Ubuntu MATE Remix

Ubuntu has quite a few flavors under its belt, but there are still a few ones missing, like MATE for example. A few developers, including one from Canonical, are working to make Ubuntu MATE Remix a reality and so far they have done a great job.
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UBUNTU

The launch of UbuntuUbuntu was first announced in September 2004. Although a relative newcomer to the Linux distribution scene, the project took off like no other before, with its mailing lists soon filled in with discussions by eager users and enthusiastic developers. In the few years that followed, Ubuntu has grown to become the most popular desktop Linux distribution and has greatly contributed towards developing an easy-to-use and free desktop operating system that can compete well with any proprietary ones available on the market. Continue reading UBUNTU