Ubuntu has been a “breakthrough” in the world of Linux. There never really has been a distribution that has received recognition like Ubuntu has when it comes to people wanting to try Linux for the very first time. People knew Windows and sorta knew Mac OS but with Ubuntu, the third player in the game is finally getting recognition.
Let me start off by indicating that this book is not geared towards novice users, unless you are the kind of person who wants to tinker at first and then learn a whole lot about Linux in general through the use of Ubuntu. There are people who want to know how terminal works and get down to the nitty gritty and see the full potential of Linux. Read more
Peppermint OS is a distribution that is based on LUbuntu 11.04 (LXDE Desktop) and is geared to use more cloud applications. It’s sleek and simple desktop reminds us that a desktop doesn’t have to be cluttered to be useful.
Peppermint can still allows you to add applications like any other distribution and note that it can easily be used on older machines. Read more