Linux Mint 10 Julia Available for Download

"Linux Mint 10, the latest version of the Linux Mint operating system is finally complete and has been released today."

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Linux Mint 10, the latest version of the Linux Mint operating system is finally complete and has been released today. The new OS is already available for download and is a fully stable release.

Linux Mint 10, also known as Julia, has been developed using the Ubuntu 10.10 OS as its base. It has a Linux kernel 2.6.35, the GNOME 2.32 desktop look, and X.Org 7.5. The Linux Mint team has worked hard on giving the OS a fresh, new look and feel. For a change, the green Shiki theme has been discarded for a cooler, lighter theme on a dark background.

The artwork has been given a brushed metal look, icons have been cleaned up and simplified, and a new name given to the theme - Mint-X. The biggest change in Linux Mint 10 though, is the welcome screen. Users installing the system are offered a number of installation options via this screen including several audio and video codes. An option to upgrade the system to the DVD edition is also provided.

Other updates include an enhanced software manager as well as improved update and upload managers. Linux Mint 10 has been released in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions and is available for download as a Live GNOME CD and DVD, OEM version. A special CD has also been released for US and Japan.

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01-11-2010, 19:41:51

So here's the situation. I live in a house with 3 other guys, with our internet, we are able to download 125gb a month. We all agreed each of us will be entitled to downloading 30gb a month and leave the 5 for just in case. The problem is, people are downloading too much causing us to have to pay for additional downloading @ $1.50 / gig extra.

The router is hooked up in my room and I was just wondering if there is any program/bandwidth monitor that I can download that will limit each user to 30gb or at least monitor who is the one hoarding the bandwidth?

Thanks guys!

01-11-2010, 20:08:48

Toxteth O'Grady
Networx will do it but each user will have to agree to let it run on their PC and you may have to assign a static IP address to each machine.  Don't think it will work though if any of the bandwidth hogging is due to PS3 or Xbox.




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