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Linux Mint 12 KDE released

02-06-2012
Linux Mint 12 KDE released

Just over two months after the standard GNOME edition of Linux Mint 12 arrived, Linux Mint project lead developer Clement Lefebvre has announced the KDE edition of version 12 of the popular Linux Mint operating system, code-named "Lisa". Based on Ubuntu 11.10, Linux Mint 12 KDE includes version 4.7.4 of KDE as its default desktop environment; KDE SC 4.8 was released last week.

New and updated packages include version 8.0 of the Thunderbird email client, Firefox 8.0, LibreOffice 3.4.3, version 2.4.3 of the Amarok music player and organiser, and VLC 1.1.12. Like the GNOME edition, it includes DuckDuckGo as its default search engine; the move comes as part of the project's first income-raising partnership. The new version is also the project's first KDE release to be available to download as Hybrid ISO images, which can be used to create a bootable USB drive using the dd command. A tutorial for installing Linux Mint via USB is provided.

Reference: http://community.linuxmint.com/
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