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Linux Mint 15 Interview – HTML5, Arch and the MintBox

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In our interview with Clement Lefebvre and the Mint dev team for this months issue, we covered more than could fit into the confines of our magazine. We talked about the most important part there, the release of Cinnamon 2.0 in the next Mint, however there was more that we talked about.

Linux User & Developer 128 is in stores now, and also contains 14 pages devoted to the Raspberry Pi, and a tutorial on installing a Linux distro to your Android phone. Grab it online at the Imagine Shop.

Here’s the rest of the interview, with some interesting tidbits about the new MDM themes, the MintBox and more.

Linux User & Developer: Can you talk a little bit more about the HTML 5 themes in MDM? What made you want to do it?

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Also: Things to do after installing Linux Mint 15 MATE

And: Linux Mint 15 'Olivia' vs. Ubuntu 13.04 'Raring Ringtail'

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