Many of us use Linux Distributions like Ubuntu, Fedora, available for free on the Internet. To install these distributions on our computers, we need to down their ISO files. Recently, the Linux Mint ISO was hacked and malware inserted into some of it's files. It was then repacked and put up on an external website. … Continue reading How to calculate MD5 or SHA256 sums in Linux and Android
First time I tried Linux Mint 14 with Mate Desktop on the above board and am pleasantly surprised. Rock solid, zero crashes and better speed and performance. Had earlier put Ubuntu 12.10 on it, and it kept on hanging randomly when selecting Dash. Prior to that, had Fedora 17 and it still froze randomly.
Today I test drove Linux Mint. Must say it is one of the best out there for newbies and experienced users alike. Most of all, it is a cool substitute for Ubuntu or Fedora, if you are not comfortable with the Ubuntu Unity desktop or if you are not comfortable with the Gnome 3 desktop … Continue reading Linux Mint and the Mate desktop