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  • Cinnamon 3.8

    Cinnamon 3.8 is now officially out. Here are some of the most notable highlights: CJS, the Javascript interpreter, was rebased on GJS 1.50.2 and now depends on mozjs52 Support was added for elogind, systemd-timedated1 (which should replace ntp and ntpdate in Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon Edition), and the admin:// protocol Support was improved for GTK […]

  • Monthly News – April 2018

    Before anything else, let’s thank all the people who contribute to this project. Many people do, in very different ways. Special thanks to our donors to our “silent friend” from Germany for the coffee! 🙂 Many thanks also to all the developers who interacted with us on Github lately. We’ve seen a lot of new […]

  • Monthly News – March 2018

    We’d like to send a huge thank you to all the people who donate to us. Many thanks also to all of you for your feedback, ideas, and contributions to our project. Xreader We worked on improving the PDF reader a bit. We added a preferences window and the ability to add history and expand […]

  • MintBox Mini 2

    The MintBox Mini just got better again! Based on the Compulab Fitlet2, the new Mini is just as small as the original MintBox Mini and the MintBox Mini Pro but with much better specifications, better performance and a few more features. The top heatsink is slightly taller than before for the all-metal black housing to […]

  • Faster app-launching in Cinnamon

    The development team took some time earlier this year to investigate Cinnamon’s performance when it comes to launching applications. It’s really hard to measure the actual time between the moment the mouse button is clicked and the moment the new application is rendered on the screen, with its window properly mapped, and the mapping window […]

  • Monthly News – February 2018

    Many thanks to all the donors and sponsors who help fund our project. We received close to 500 donations in January. Many thanks to you for your support. Sponsorships: Linux Mint is proudly sponsored by: Platinum Sponsors: Gold Sponsors: Silver Sponsors: Bronze Sponsors: Community Sponsors: Aliaksei Budnikau AlterWebHost Anonymous anselm Best Web Hosting – […]

  • Monthly News – January 2018

    Hello everyone. Things are very exciting for us at the moment. This is the start of a new year, we’re working on two new bases (Ubuntu 18.04 for Linux Mint 19 and Debian 9 for LMDE 3) and rather than diving straight into the development cycle, and working on fixing bugs and developing new features, […]

  • Security notice: Meltdown and Spectre

    Security updates are now available for Meltdown and Spectre. Meltdown and Spectre exploit critical vulnerabilities in modern processors. These hardware vulnerabilities allow programs to steal data which is currently processed on the computer. While programs are typically not permitted to read data from other programs, a malicious program can exploit Meltdown and Spectre to get […]

  • Linux Mint 19 codenamed “Tara”

    The first release in the upcoming Linux Mint 19.x series will be named “Tara”. Tara is a popular name here in Ireland, and the name of someone we really like 😉 The development cycle only just started so it’s a bit early to give details about Linux Mint 19, but here’s what we can say […]

  • Linux Mint Translation Guide

    The Linux Mint Translation Guide is ready. To read it on your computer click On your phone or tablet, scan this QR code: This guide was written for translators. It explains how translations work, how to translate with Launchpad and/or POEdit and how to verify translations with a Mint tool called mint-check-translations. […]