Linux Mint 16 “Petra” Released – Installation Guide with Screenshots & Features

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7 Responses

  1. Peter says:

    I don`t have a menu down left but a strange menu left on the top why? I have allready 2 times install Linux Mint Petra but stil the same. What do I wrong? and olso I can`t not shut down normaly but push the botton ctrl+alt+del and then a little menu ask me for shutdown, restart or cancelled. Can`t you help me pleas, sorry for the bad English.

  2. Rashid Ali says:

    hi,
    linux is maybe supper, but today ,, I downloaded xos linus iso file and make bootable usb..

    but system did’t boot from usb, or not exe file available in usb dir …

  3. Jim says:

    I just installed Linux Mint along side windows XP. For some reason I do not have the option of booting up in XP. My computer automatically boots to Linux. Help please. I’m sure I screwed up somehow but there ARE some things in XP that I need to use. Thanks a lot for any advice.

  4. Whitehawk says:

    Hi i have install fuduntu but now i wants to install linux mint ? How to install from hard disk or from pd ..i try install grub but i am getting error help me please.

  5. Louis says:

    I am running Linux Mint (Julia) and I’m interested in updating to the latest version.

    I didn’t install this (a good friend did), so I am a novice user. If this is possible, anything special I need to know?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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