martes, 15 de enero de 2013

The Linux Mint User Guide




Contenido

Introduction to Linux Mint
    History
    Purpose
    Version numbers and codenames
    Editions
    Where to find help

Installation of Linux Mint
    Download the ISO
    Via Torrent
    Install a Torrent client
    Download the Torrent file
    Via a download mirror
    Read the Release Notes
    Check the MD5
    Burn the ISO to CD
    Boot the LiveCD
    Install Linux Mint on your Hard Drive
    The Boot sequence

Introduction to the Linux Mint Desktop
    The Gnome Desktop
    mintDesktop
    mintMenu
        Getting to know mintMenu
        The “Places” menu
        The “System” menu
        The “Applications” menu
        The “Search” field
        Define your favorite applications
        Make your own shortcuts
        Launch applications automatically when you log in
        Change the appearance of mintMenu
        Activate the Recent plug-in
        Restore the default settings
        Replace mintMenu with the default Gnome menu

Install/Remove Applications
    Package Management in Linux Mint
        MintInstall, the Software Manager
        mintMenu
        Synaptic & APT
    Remove applications
        mintMenu
        APT
        Synaptic
    Update your system and your applications
        Using mintUpdate

Make the most of your desktop
    Copy and paste with the mouse
    Takes notes with Tomboy
    Archive emails and websites as PDF

Conclusion


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