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I understand that the Mint people seem to know what I want better than I do and all (kidding!) but I'd really like to get Emerald installed without resorting to compile from source. So far I can't find a reliable place to point at to get it.

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It's not about this question, but what "tm" means here ? Also have you tried apt-get install emerald yet – warl0ck Jul 4 '12 at 5:33
@warl0ck TM is a joke, it's meant to imply that there is one best way to do something. – Nathan C. Tresch Jul 7 '12 at 22:27

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