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Linux Mint 9 Review

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A review of, and introduction to, the Linux Mint 9 distribution...
Another nifty feature in Mint 9 is the backup tool; you can use this to make backups of your personal files or to back up the software you have installed (or both). If you've spent a few hours getting all the packages on your desktop system just right, why go through all that again on your laptop? Just back up the software selection and then do a fresh install on the laptop, and then restore that to the laptop.

The software manager with Mint is also pretty useful. It now includes more than 30,000 packages to choose from.
 read more | mail this link | score:5190 | -Ray, May 27, 2010
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