Distro Update: Linux Mint 5 Release Candidate 2

Linux MintThe Linux Mint team has released the second Release Candidate of the upcoming Linux Mint 5. This release Candidate offers the usual set of software updates, additions and bug fixes. This is the final release candidate before the final version, which will be out in about two weeks.

A few of the additions in this release candidate are:

  • Firefox 3 RC1
  • Flash 10
  • Improved printing
  • Bluetooth support and
  • Lots of bug fixed

For the full list of changes, you may follow this link.

The snapshot review of Linux Mint on this Web site is based on the distro’s last stable release. That page will be updated as soon as the next stable version comes available.

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