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GNU/Linux Discussion / Re: Peppermint debian edition
« Last post by 151tom on Today at 05:28:24 pm »
I did really like Linux Mint Debian Edition and of course MX Linux.  If we had both an Ubuntu and a Debian base Peppermint we would rock the world..........
I liked LMDE when I used it I just didn't care for the Cinnamon desktop.

I like MX Linux and use it on another of my Frankenstein desktops works well.  :)

Yep having a Debian based Peppermint Linux distro would be super duper maybe one day.  :)

Peppermint 9 works well and I'll stay with it until it reaches end of support.  :)
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New Users / Re: Hard Drive Cloning
« Last post by grafiksinc on Today at 05:26:35 pm »
Not imaging software per se.....but refracta-snapshot is really a good tool for this.
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New Users / Re: Hard Drive Cloning
« Last post by rjm65 on Today at 05:07:21 pm »
i tried an older version of it that was part of hirens boot cd, it could not read the drive, however i didn't try the latest version of it, i'll give it a shot tomorrow and see what happens....  thank you for the idea...   :)
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What are you running Peppermint on? / Re: My spare parts computer.
« Last post by 151tom on Today at 04:51:55 pm »
Yes it does OOTB on most every computer I've installed it on.  :)
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New Users / Re: Hard Drive Cloning
« Last post by plumtreed on Today at 04:08:45 pm »
Clonezilla springs to mind but you may have tried it....refer Synaptic Package Manager.
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New Users / Hard Drive Cloning
« Last post by rjm65 on Today at 12:35:12 pm »
is there a linux based software that can clone a hard drive, and backup to an image and restore to a new hard drive? Also if there is such a software available can it backup and make an image file of any OS? I am looking for something that can copy the hard drive of my Tivo box... so far i have had no luck finding anything to work in windows, so i was hoping maybe linux had something? thanks in advance for any suggestions...    :)
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Hardware / easynote alp-isis webcam drivers
« Last post by Bob123 on Today at 10:50:38 am »
Please can anyone help. Just installed peppermint 10 (32 bit) on this old laptop. Can't seem to get the webcam working. Are there any drivers needed for this?

Please keep it simple as I am very new to linux and peppermint.

Thank you

Bob
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GNU/Linux Discussion / Re: Peppermint debian edition
« Last post by mirsonni on Today at 07:49:56 am »
If it's not too much for the PP OS team, it would be nice to have a Debian based Peppermint OS. Some day. I think it would attract even more users to these shores.

M.
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GNU/Linux Discussion / Re: Peppermint debian edition
« Last post by stevesveryown on September 18, 2020, 05:41:48 pm »
Since I have become more Flatpak centric having more up to date software on Debian is no longer a problem.  I did really like Linux Mint Debian Edition and of course MX Linux.  If we had both an Ubuntu and a Debian base Peppermint we would rock the world..........
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GNU/Linux Discussion / Re: Peppermint debian edition
« Last post by grafiksinc on September 17, 2020, 11:42:32 pm »
I like the idea of being closer to the source distro.... ;)
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