Linux Mint 201012 Debian released

&nbsp;Clement Lefebvre has announced the availability of a new build of the &quot;Debian&quot; edition of Linux <a href="">Mint</a>, a rolling-release distribution based on Debian's &quot;Testing&quot; branch: &quot;What a better time than Christmas to bring all the best from 2010 into an updated release of Linux Mint 'Debian'. All Mint 10 features; 64-bit support; performance boost (using cgroup, the notorious '4 lines of code better than 200' in user-space); installer improvements (multiple HDDs, GRUB install on partitions, swap allocation, Btrfs support); better fonts (using Ubuntu's libcairo, fontconfig and Ubuntu Font Family) and language support; better connectivity and hardware support; better sound support (addressing conflicts between Pulse Audio and Flash); updated software and packages.&quot; The <a href="">release announcement</a> includes a brief FAQ and additional release notes. <a href="">Download</a> (<a href="">MD5</a>): <a href=" (985MB), <a href=" (974MB).

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