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Iseng-iseng Merubah Ikon menu di MintMenu

Masih dalam postingan kangen GnoMenu … 😀

Continue Reading October 5, 2011 at 13:51 21 comments

Emerald Theme Problem on Linux Mint 11 finally solved!

senangnya masalah saya satu ini terpecahkan 😀

Continue Reading October 5, 2011 at 00:35 10 comments

Emerald … where are you?

Kapan kah engkau akan datang …

Continue Reading September 30, 2011 at 22:00 11 comments

GnoMenu bukan untuk Katya

why Katya … why you do this to me? …

Continue Reading September 24, 2011 at 01:45 23 comments

Mencoba Badr di Bulan Ramadhan

Apa kabar Sabily …

Continue Reading August 16, 2011 at 08:00 10 comments

Super OS 10.04 Is Now Available for Download

Super OS 10.04 has been released. The Ubuntu derivative sticks pretty close to the original, but aims to make it a bit more user friendly, mostly by including more multimedia codecs and more default packages.


"Here is the new Super OS 10.04, based on Ubuntu 10.04.1. The much awaited 64 bits version is now available, and includes ia32-libs to improve compatibility with 32 bits applications," the official announcement read.

"The included cd2usb is now 100% mouse-driven: no more CLI-style interfaces-Java was replaced with OpenJDK," it added.
"KDE and some QT libraries previously included were removed to free up some space (I will consider if they will be re-included in the future)," it continued. "Moonlight removed due a bug in the Ubuntu packages (Silverlight/Moonlight should be avoided anyway)."
Super OS 10.04, despite the name, is based directly on Ubuntu 10.04.1, the latest release of the long-term support version which bundles all of the updates and patches made available after the initial release.
One of the differentiating features, at least for the 64-bit version, is the inclusion of some 32-bit libraries for better support of non-native applications.
Super OS 10.04 also comes with the VLC media player and has support out of the box for DVDs, MP3s, QuickTime and Real video files, WMV, DivX, Xvid and most other popular video and audio formats.
The Ubuntu remix bundles more web browsers by default, Firefox 3.6.8, Google Chrome 6, Opera 10.61, as well as other instant messengers like aMSN and Skype.
The Wubi installer is now working again, having been removed from Super OS 9.10, and has been included.
There is also a tool for creating an USB installer straight from the DVD in Windows, cd2usb.

Super OS 10.04 is available for download here.

September 8, 2010 at 12:19 13 comments

Linux Mint Releases Debian Edition

The Linux Mint team has been particularly active in recent months. Having released a Linux Mint 9 version for every popular desktop environment out there, and then some, the team has now released a Linux Mint flavour based entirely on Debian.


"Today is very important for Linux Mint. It’s one day to remember in the history of our project as we’re about to maintain a new distribution, a rolling one, which promises to be faster, more responsive and on which we’re less reliant on upstream components," the team announced on the Linux Mint blog.

"Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) comes with a Debian base, which we transformed into a live media and on top of which we added a new installer," the announcement explained.

Linux Mint Debian Edition ditches the Ubuntu base on which Linux Mint releases have relied on so far. Instead it uses a source further upstream, Debian Squeeze, the next major version of the respected Linux distro. UPDATE: As KirkM points out in the comments, LMDE is technically based on Debian Testing, which is currently Squeeze, meaning that once Squeeze goes stable, LDME will be based on the next testing release.

Note that Ubuntu itself is based on Debian so the Linux Mint team has basically decided to cut out the middle man. The team says there are several advantages to doing this, as well as several disadvantages.

On the plus side, it means that users never have to re-install again, the constant stream of updates will ensure that they’re always running the latest software. The Debian-based edition is also billed as faster and lighter than the Ubuntu-based one.

However, the downside of the constant updates is that the packages usually come with less testing and are generally less stable then the ones in Ubuntu. Fixes will come faster too, but users should expect a few more rough edges.

For now, the Debian-based version will come with GNOME as the desktop environment and just in the 32-bit flavour. It is also considered somewhat experimental.

While there are no plans for a KDE or a 64-bit version, those may come if there is demand for them. It also doesn’t mean anything for the regular Linux Mint releases, all supported versions, KDE, Xfce, Fluxbox and LXDE, will continue to be built on Ubuntu, just like before.

Linux Mint Debian Edition
is available for download here on Softpedia.


info: softpedia

September 7, 2010 at 12:10 10 comments

Menentukan 1 Ramadan dengan Linux via Kstars

Selain Linux itu gratis, aplikasinya banyak yang bermanfaat untuk kita. Salah satunya bisa dimanfaatkan untuk menentukan 1 Ramadan loh ….

Continue Reading August 11, 2010 at 02:36 39 comments

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