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A classic, simple and lightweight distro with usability in mind.

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  • bsanto
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    Hello, i have a problem with the login, is asking a password

    Posted 07/11/2014
  • bsanto
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    Hello, i have a problem with the login, is asking a password

    Posted 07/11/2014
  • brettwiley
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    Hi, My name is Brett Wiley, I am a Ubuntu MATE Remix team member. I have started working on Ubuntu MATE Remix with Martin Wimpress (MATE Desktop developer) and Alan Pope (Canonical Enginering Manager). Would you like to join our team, so we can all work together and try to get Ubuntu MATE Remix "blessed" as an official Ubuntu flavour? Let me know you thoughts. Regards, Brett Wiley bytheskylight@gmail.com

    Posted 02/22/2014
  • kma57
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    I would like to thank you for this. It was exactly what I was looking for.

    Posted 02/20/2014
  • lumos14
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    Returning from the fabled 10.04 LTS, I have tried both 12.04 LTS and Linux Mint 13/16. While the Unity interface has a certain appeal, I found it very unstable and lacking in configuration. The optional Gnome 3 Classic is bugged. It's also a rather weighty distro. In Mint I spent a lot of time plugging holes only to find new ones. I would call this version of 12.04 the "real" LTS, though there's a few rough edges (such as left-over PPAs). The MATE interface doesn't quite live up to the old Gnome 2 yet, but it 'just works'. Hope to see this in 14.04 next year.

    Posted 12/23/2013