Mint 6 Felicia out!

Now for what we have been waiting for since the release of Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex.

Linux Mint 6, code named Felicia is finally released!

The team is ready to announce the new features from Ubuntu 8.10, including the latest GNOME 2.24, the latest Firefox 3 and other GNOME applications.

The Mint team had also added a couple of new features to enhance security and accessibility features.

One of the tool is mintInstall. At last! Linux Mint had developed its own Software Manager!

The skin remains untouched. The Mint menu, which used to display the current version of Mint, had now changed to “Menu”.

Read the updates and new features by clicking here.


2 Responses to Mint 6 Felicia out!

  1. aronzak says:

    It’s great that Mint is innovating and offering GUI tools that make useful features more accessible to users. Dnasguardian is not all that hard to set up. You only need to muck around with ip configuration if you want to block non filtered traffic. The default (not secure) is easy to set up.

  2. translxp says:

    well, as my recent post say, linux mint doesn’t seem to spend a lot of time innovating its softwares.
    It has some great ideas, but they just need to spend more time on it.

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