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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Linux mint 11 postings on Muktware

Linux Mint 11: Manual Table Of Content

Linux Mint Manual is the only guide which will helps users to migrate from Windows or other operating systems to Linux Mint with greater ease.
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Linux Mint 11, The Prefect Linux Desktop Released!

Linux Mint has been announced today and it bring the ease of use with ultimate control and elegance to GNU/Linux users. Linux Mint made a brave move by refusing Gnome 3 or Unity and sticking to its popular desktop environment which users are familiar with. While Unity has substantial bugs making it hard for typical GNU/Linux user to have all the fun, Gnome 3 has its own share of problems.
Getting Linux Mint 11 Via Direct Download, Bittorrent

Once you have picked the version, according to the instructions here, there are several ways to download Linux Mint 11.

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Muktware's Linux Mint 11 Manual

Linux Mint 11 Manual is a unique guide which will help users to migrate from Windows, or to upgrade from older versions of Linux Mint/Ubuntu, to Linux Mint 11 with greater ease.
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How To Install, Remove Applications In Linux Mint 11

As we mentioned in the previous chapter of this manual, there are two applications that you can use to install or remove software on Linux Mint 11:
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Install Proprietary Software, Codecs In Linux Mint 11

Linux Mint comes with codec if you download the DVD versions. If you are using the CD version this chapter will help you installing codecs and drivers to be able to play MP3, watch DVDs and YouTube on your Linux Mint PC.
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Setting Up Repositories In Linux Mint 11

I hope the previous chapters about setting up a network on your Linux Mint 11 helped you in getting connected to the Internet. Now we will set-up repositories so that you can download and install applications.
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Mobile Broadband Set-up In Linux Mint 11

If you are using an Internet Stick or accessing the Internet via Mobile Broadband through your mobile phone, this guide will help you in setting up the Mobile Broadband connection on Linux Mint 11.
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Setting Up Network In Linux Mint 11

Once you have installed Linux Mint using our Manual, the first thing to do is to set-up the network. If you are using a proprietary wireless card, connect your PC to the LAN/Ethernet cable so that you can download the wireless drivers.
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Upgrading Linux Mint 11

In previous chapters we discussed dual boot and single boot installations. If you are upgrading from a previous version of Linux Mint, you can follow these instructions.
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Dual Boot Install Of Linux Mint 11

Dual Boot: If you want a Dual boot PC, which means you want both Windows and Linux Mint on your machine, you must follow these instructions.
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Fresh Install Of Linux Mint 11

Fresh Install Of Linux Mint 11: In this chapter we will talk about how to install Linux Mint on a brand new PC, or on a PC with no data on it.
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Installing Linux Mint 11

Insert the Live CD/DVD or LiveUSB (as prefered) and restart the PC. After restarting you will see this screen.
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How To Boot Live Linux Mint 11

In order to be able to boot from the Linux Mint 11 CD/DVD or USB, your system must be configured to use "boot from CD or USB" option. Let's do it the easy way. Put the Linux Mint 11 CD/DVD in your drive, or plug in the Linux Mint 11 LiveUSB, and restart the PC. If the PC boots from the new Linux Mint 11, everything is fine and we can move ahead to the next step. If not, we need to change settings so that your PC can boot from the CD/DVD or USB.
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Create Linux Mint 11 LiveUSB using Windows

If you want to install Linux Mint 11 on your netbook or your laptop which doesn't have a CD/DVD drive, or if you want a portable copy of Linux Mint 11 to carry around, you can create a LiveUSB of Linux Mint 11 which can be used in the same way as you use a CD/DVD.
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Create Linux Mint 11 LiveUSB On Linux

If you want to install Linux Mint 11 on your netbook or your laptop which doesn't have a CD/DVD drive, or if you want a portable copy of Linux Mint 11 to carry around, you can create a LiveUSB of Linux Mint 11 which can be used in the same way as you use a CD/DVD.
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Create Live CD, DVD Of Linux Mint 11

The Linux Mint 11 image file that you downloaded from this chapter will be in the .iso format. You can burn it on CD/DVD or you can create a LiveUSB stick from it.
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Which Version Of Linux Mint 11 Do You Need?

There are several ways you can get Linux Mint 11. The best, and the easiest, way is to download it from the Linux Mint website. We will give you step-by-steps instructions about how to download Linux Mint 11.
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Linux Mint 11 Installation Requirements

Before you proceed to download and install Linux Mint you need to check few things.
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What Is Linux Mint Live?

In this manual we are using the Live version of Linux Mint 11. The reason we have selected the Live version is that it will allow you to test Linux Mint 11 on your machine without installing it on your hard-drive.
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1 comment:

krishna said...

i m unable to update any application via update manager.it keeps displaying failed

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