Expirion Linux Update

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If you are a Linux fan I just recently upgraded my Expirion Linux - There is also a version that runs from a USB Stcik and has built in persistence - you can download it here - https://sourceforge.net/projects/expirion-linux/
I've been around computers for a while but (very) recently installed my first Linux distro (Mint)

I find the process of doing (lots of) installs and updates via the console a tad daunting (compared to Windows where a double-click on a executable will automatically invoke the installer)

Is the Mint distro a good route to go for Linux newbies or would you recommend a different approach?

Thanks in advance
Ken
 

GEOINTAnalyst

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Linux Mint is a very good one to start with also Ubuntu is good - Linux Mint has a built in Software Center where you can search for the software you want and just a couple of clicks to install - Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu you can even install Ubuntu's software center if you want to - both use the same Canonical kernel, Canonical makes Ubuntu
 

Tall Timbers

Imperfect but forgiven
Linux Mint is a very good one to start with also Ubuntu is good - Linux Mint has a built in Software Center where you can search for the software you want and just a couple of clicks to install

If I ever wanted to install Linux on a computer, it would have to be Expirion Linux.
 
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