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Linux Mint: This didn’t go to 11

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Regular readers will remember that I’d moved everything to Linux Mint. Most of the desktop boxes were running Mint 11, but I kept the laptops on Mint 10 because of a power regression in the kernel. It’s not such a big deal if desktop processors burn a little more power, but on a laptop it means short battery life and heat problems.

Well, the power regression has been solved – or at least there’s a workaround - so I decided to go ahead and move my main laptop to Mint 11.

I think I left it that way for about two days before moving back to Mint 10.

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Also: Linux Mint XFCE: Gnome’s heir?




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