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How to Compile your own Kernel in Ubuntu / Debian / Mint

How to Compile your own Kernel in Ubuntu / Debian / Mint | While most persons typically use the Ubuntu kernel-ppa for obtaining alternate or new kernels, you can also roll your own for a specialized VM, an embedded system, or just to geek out. This method is a Debian sort of method in that at the very end you are left with .deb packages you can easily

Install Flash Player 11 in Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit

Install Flash Player 11 in Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit | Adobe released Flash Player 11 beta with support for 64bit Linux. Yay! I’ll show you how to install it for Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit. Edit: This post is now obsolete. Flash 11 for 64bit Linux is included in most distro repositories now, or directly from Adobe. First, remove any existing flash player version you

/usr/bin/mint-fortune: line 35: [: ==: unary operator expected

/usr/bin/mint-fortune: line 35: [: ==: unary operator expected | In Linux Mint Debian Edition, a recent update made the fortune script stop working. I’ll show you how to fix it! 1. Open this file with nano, or your favorite editor: sudo nano /usr/bin/mint-fortune 2. Locate line 35 which looks like this: if [ $showfortunes == “true” ]; then (Tip: in nano, press Control+C to

Linux Mint Debian Edition LMDE Review

Linux Mint Debian Edition LMDE Review | I have decided to give Linux Mint Debian Edition a go on my main desktop! Here is my quick minty-fresh brushed metal review. LMDE is Debian testing ever so slightly fine-tuned for the desktop. Elegance is the most apt (pun intended) word to describe LMDE. LMDE is 100% Debian compatible (uses regular Debian repositories), but