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Minty Day in the Linuxsphere

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Jim Lynch's post "Is Linux Mint the most popular distro?" was the first article to catch my wandering eye today as I perused the newsfeeds. He was actually prompted by an article by David Hayward originally published in Linux Format and posted at www.techradar.com. In it, Hayward asked "What makes Linux Mint so awesome?" Then he answers it - in detail. But check out the rest of Lynch's post too as he discusses more on Mint's popularity.

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