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General Discussion / Re: Is there something wrong with the Peppermint 10 Downloads?
« Last post by josephd on February 19, 2020, 11:29:52 pm »
Mark handled a lot personally, were still catching up.  ;)
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Installation / Re: Download Links Broken
« Last post by josephd on February 19, 2020, 11:22:53 pm »
It was broken earlier. We had an issue with the redirects earlier today but I was able to fix them a few hours ago.
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Installation / Re: Download Links Broken
« Last post by stevesveryown on February 19, 2020, 11:06:00 pm »
Working now!  :P
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We're currently working on the issue and will have the link fixed in a couple hours.

Thanks for fixing it.  There was a bit of concern today on English Bob's stream.  Many were talking about the demise of Peppermint.
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So sorry to hear this sad news!

Mark is probably the reason why I continued to use, and now only use Linux. His friendliness and also his quick reply whenever I asked, helped me a lot.

I do not use Peppermint atm. But, I am very thankful for all the help Mark gave me! I can not express myself better in english because english is not my mother tongue.

Thanks...

Nicely done, stratleray.  Your english is better than mine, and it is my mother tongue.
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Development / Re: What Can I Do To Help?
« Last post by josephd on February 19, 2020, 10:42:10 pm »
Mind blown. I didn't know Peppermint did that  :o
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New Users / Audio-Device setting not being retained
« Last post by NCC on February 19, 2020, 10:38:46 pm »
I use VLC Media Player a lot. Under Windows 7 and 10 it retains the setting for Audio Device under Audio. Under Peppermint it keeps forgetting what I set it to (Built-in Audio Analogue Stereo) and defaulting to something else, so I have to reset it for every file I play and every time I load it. It runs noticeably faster than under Windows, which is nice, but it is annoying to keep having to tell it where to send its audio. :-\  Is there a way of forcing it to remember the setting?
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New Users / Re: Remove windows XP from dual boot setup
« Last post by Ananta on February 19, 2020, 09:56:00 pm »
Hi Ananta,

Remember that you cannot modify your PeppermintOS partition when it is mounted!! To modify it, you should again use a live session USB (e.g. the installation USB) and make sure that the PeppermintOS partition of the installation is not mounted. Then you can use gparted to accomplish the merging.  8)

Having said this, I would strongly suggest that you first read this tutorial about creating a DATA partition. I, and many others here, use an extra DATA partition and it is worth the effort to set it up!  ;)

Regards,

-- Slim
Hello. I didn't know that we had to use a live session USB to do this. Do you have any threads here which explain this in detail on this? It is a bit of a new topic for me.

Also, what is this data partition and what are it's advantages? It is the first time I am hearing this so it's new for me.
Thank you for taking out your time to comment.
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General Discussion / Re: How do I automatically close update window?
« Last post by peppycrab on February 19, 2020, 08:59:45 pm »
Hi peppycrab,

Which window are you talking about?

The (Peppermint) update manager.
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General Discussion / Re: Is there something wrong with the Peppermint 10 Downloads?
« Last post by josephd on February 19, 2020, 07:49:36 pm »
We're currently working on the issue and will have the link fixed in a couple hours.
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