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  • How to upgrade to LMDE 5
    by Clem on 08.05.2022 at 16:32

    It is now possible to upgrade LMDE 4 to version 5. First, refresh your cache and install the Upgrade Tool by typing the following commands in a terminal: Then type the following command to launch the Upgrade Tool: Follow the instructions on the screen. When the tool is done and the upgrade is successful uninstall

  • Monthly News – April 2022
    by Clem on 05.05.2022 at 13:17

    Many thanks to you all for your support and your generous donations. The mutter rebase for Cinnamon 5.4 is now well on its way and is getting more and more stable. Work started on the Linux Mint 21 base. The repositories are ready and so are the docker images. A first pre-ALPHA ISO was built

  • LMDE Upgrade Tool in BETA
    by Clem on 18.04.2022 at 11:51

    The BETA of the new Upgrade Tool is now available for testing. It can be used to upgrade LMDE 4 to LMDE 5. To install it refresh your cache and install the mintupgrade package: The Upgrade Tool is graphical but it is launched from the command line: Follow the instructions on the screen. When the

  • Monthly News – March 2022
    by Clem on 06.04.2022 at 14:54

    Many thanks to all of you for your support and your generous donations. Slow download speeds We are observing heavy load on our main repositories. If you are experiencing slow download speeds when updating large packages (Firefox and Chromium in particular), launch the Software Sources and click on the “Main” repository: This opens up a

  • LMDE 5 “Elsie” released!
    by Clem on 20.03.2022 at 10:01

    The team is proud to announce the release of LMDE 5 “Elsie”. LMDE 5 Elsie LMDE is a Linux Mint project which stands for “Linux Mint Debian Edition”. Its goal is to ensure Linux Mint would be able to continue to deliver the same user experience, and how much work would be involved, if Ubuntu

  • Monthly News – February 2022
    by Clem on 03.03.2022 at 15:58

    I’m sorry for the late blog post. I’ll be brief and to the point. Before I talk about Linux Mint, I hope everyone is safe and OK. The roadmap for Linux Mint 21 is taking form. It’s currently available at https://tree.taiga.io/project/linuxmint-linux-mint-21-1/kanban. The BETA release for LMDE 5 is out. We already received 22 bug reports.

  • LMDE 5 “Elsie” – BETA Release
    by Clem on 28.02.2022 at 11:12

    This is the BETA release for LMDE 5 “Elsie”. LMDE 5 Elsie LMDE is a Linux Mint project which stands for “Linux Mint Debian Edition”. Its goal is to ensure Linux Mint would be able to continue to deliver the same user experience, and how much work would be involved, if Ubuntu was ever to

  • Monthly News – January 2022
    by Clem on 01.02.2022 at 11:49

    We received donations from 730 people in December and 695 in January. I have to tell you it’s a real pleasure to see these numbers, especially after a release. Aside from helping us financially this is a huge motivational boost for everyone involved. I like to imagine 700 people in a room with smiles on

  • Edge ISO available for Linux Mint 20.3
    by Clem on 17.01.2022 at 10:31

    This is a quick announcement to let you know an “Edge” ISO image is now available for Linux Mint 20.3. This image is made for people whose hardware is too new to boot the 5.4 LTS kernel included in Linux Mint 20.3. It ships with kernel 5.13.0-25 instead. For information on Edge ISO images visit

  • Updating to Firefox 96
    by Clem on 11.01.2022 at 12:37

    Yesterday we announced a new partnership with Mozilla and a transition to Mozilla default settings in Firefox 96. If you didn’t read this announcement yet, please visit https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=4244. Today, in preparation for Firefox 96 I want to make one more blog post, this time to talk specifically about technical details and to help people before,