Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 6th Apr 2008 21:00 UTC
Linux From Linux Mint's About page: "Linux Mint's purpose is to produce an elegant, up to date and comfortable GNU/Linux desktop distribution." To reach this goal, lead developer and founder Clement Lefebvre used (surprisingly) Ubuntu as the base, and added multimedia codecs to the distribution, by default. Later on, Mint deviated more from Ubuntu by adding its own artwork, web-based package front-end, and configuration tools (MintTools) to the mix. I installed the latest stable release, Daryna (4.0), released on 15 October of last year, to see what's what.
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I wonder why they did not included ...
by autumnlover on Mon 7th Apr 2008 02:07 UTC
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... nvidia closed-source drivers (and ATI equivalent of it) on CD. It is somehow ... unclear to me that they put common proprietary codecs and not essential graphic card drivers?

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