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[OS] Mint4Kitchen - A Kitchen ready version of Linux Mint 19

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By SuperR., Recognized Developer on 11th January 2018, 01:12 AM
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Mint4Kitchen
A Linux Mint 19 distro with all the things you need to get the kitchen working easily.

This was created using the official Linux Mint 19 iso. It is basically an updated and repacked version of the original iso image.

Here are the changes from standard Linux Mint:
  • All dependencies are met for easy kitchen install
  • SuperRs-Kitchen installer/launcher is a pre-installed app
  • Thunderbird, and LibreOffice have been removed
It should work in VM, usb live boot, or dvd. Launch SuperRs-Kitchen ("S" icon) from the panel or the app drawer to get started

NOTE: The Installer will not work in Live boot.

Download:
Mint4Kitchen-19-2-cinnamon-64bit.iso
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11th January 2018, 01:13 AM |#2  
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These are phenomenal! Nice job, @SuperR.

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Which is better? Linux4kitchen or mint4kitchen?
14th January 2018, 08:08 PM |#5  
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Which is better? Linux4kitchen or mint4kitchen?

They both function exactly the same. It only depends on your preference.

If you like Ubuntu, you should use Ubuntu4Kitchen. If you like Linux Mint, you should use Mint4Kitchen
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Originally Posted by SuperR.

They both function exactly the same. It only depends on your preference.

If you like Ubuntu, you should use Ubuntu4Kitchen. If you like Linux Mint, you should use Mint4Kitchen

Thabm you for this. Gonna try this. Im planning to have the dnta version as long as my budget/savings reach 15$

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One more thing. This includes the updates and patches of linux mint? No need to update this via instalation?
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Originally Posted by codename:acero

Thabm you for this. Gonna try this. Im planning to have the dnta version as long as my budget/savings reach 15$

---------- Post added at 01:45 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:25 PM ----------

One more thing. This includes the updates and patches of linux mint? No need to update this via instalation?

It is up to date as of the upload date on the file. Both distributions have their own updaters that will keep you up to date after install. It is exactly the same as Ubuntu and Linux Mint.
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Originally Posted by SuperR.

It is up to date as of the upload date on the file. Both distributions have their own updaters that will keep you up to date after install. It is exactly the same as Ubuntu and Linux Mint.

The updates like codecs and patches? Wow thank you. Googled linux mint. Need the patches as their is a meltdown.
15th January 2018, 07:36 PM |#9  
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Tested right now and already flashed a new rom for my device. This is better and also much faster than ubuntu. Thank you so much for this.

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And also did you tweak the OS? And added some tweaks for this?
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Originally Posted by codename:acero

Tested right now and already flashed a new rom for my device. This is better and also much faster than ubuntu. Thank you so much for this.

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And also did you tweak the OS? And added some tweaks for this?

No tweaks. The only changes I made are mentioned in the OP. This is still Linux Mint, but with kitchen dependencies pre-installed. The Linux Mint updater will keep your Mint install up to date, and the kitchen updater will keep the kitchen up to date
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No tweaks. The only changes I made are mentioned in the OP. This is still Linux Mint, but with kitchen dependencies pre-installed. The Linux Mint updater will keep your Mint install up to date, and the kitchen updater will keep the kitchen up to date

Will you implement tweaking in the future? This is a nice OS though. Hope you could spend time tweaking the OS and optimize it for better use.
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