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Linux Mint is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu aiming to be more usable out-of-the-box

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I tried to find many way to install KDE plasma 5 on linux mint 17. but KDE 5 wasn't compatible on linux mint 17. so should i wait for next linux mint release (mint 18) for KDE 5 ?
asked Oct 18 '15 by Ashu_FalcoN
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I am Using Linux Mint 17. I try to run this command: sudo apt-get update But I am getting the following error: W: Failed to fetch file:/var/cache/apt-build/repository/dists/apt-build/mai …
asked Oct 30 '14 by Ashu_FalcoN
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A friend of mine is running Ubuntu and got GRUB RESCUE. Can they use Mint ISO to repair their Grub? As I don't have Ubuntu ISO?
asked Sep 1 '14 by Ashu_FalcoN
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when i enter : sudo apt-get upgrade I get the following messages: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading> state information... Done Calculating upgrade... D …
asked Jan 11 '15 by Ashu_FalcoN
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I Found Nvidia Drivers Freezes In Cinnamon or Their Cinnamon Crash or Run in Fall-back mode. As bumblebee works better, how can I install bumblebee in Linux mint 17
asked Aug 24 '14 by Ashu_FalcoN
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I am having Nvidia GEFORCE 610m graphic card. whenever i install nvidia drivers in mint cinnamon 17.1 my cinnamon crashes and my cinnamon goes in fallback mode !! SO how can i install bumblebee in M …
asked Dec 11 '14 by Ashu_FalcoN
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Today I was freeing my space in my Linux mint 17. Disk analyzer found that /var/log uses 54+ GB. What is /var/log used for ? Is it safe to delete /var/log ?
asked Nov 7 '15 by Ashu_FalcoN