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A little love for Linux Mint

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A funny thing happened last month on Ubuntu release day. Instead of upgrading my installation of Ubuntu Studio as originally planned I did a crazy thing and returned to the welcoming embrace of my very first desktop Linux distribution, Linux Mint. And not just for the cheeky Terminal art shown above.

Kindly note that this isn’t going to be a post about bashing Ubuntu’s Unity — you can look elsewhere for that. I’d just like to point out some reasons why you might want to consider Mint — like if you’re an Ubuntu refugee and the very thought of Unity makes you seethe with rage.

Hmm, this might be harder than I thought…

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