Linux Mint 14.10.1, a 64-bit version of Ubuntu, will be rolling out soon.
While the first version of this new Linux distro is based on Ubuntu 16.04, it is also based on the latest version of the Ubuntu boot loader (UBT), which includes new features like support for the Ubuntu kernel and new versions of its core packages.
While this new Ubuntu version is based solely on UEFI, the Linux kernel is also present.
With UEFI installed, Linux Mint will be able to run applications like Adobe Flash, LibreOffice and other software applications, which is a major upgrade from previous versions of Linux Mint.
The boot loader has been around for a while now and it is known for its stability, but it is still considered as a relatively new Linux kernel.
To install the new Linux Mint UEFI on Ubuntu 15.10, the user needs to use the Linux distros command line tool, which can be installed via apt-get or sudo apt-install.
The Linux Mint Team has provided instructions on how to install UEFI.
For instance, users need to run the following commands to install the UEFI for Linux Mint 15.04 on Ubuntu: sudo apt update sudo apt install efi-boot sudo rebootThe Linux Mint team also released an updated Linux Mint distro called Linux Mint 16.1.1 on Tuesday.
This is the first release of the Linux Mint 18.0 Linux distribution and it has been tested on Linux Mint 17.04 and Ubuntu 16, but is also compatible with the latest Ubuntu versions.
The Ubuntu 16 version of Linux is based heavily on Ubuntu 18.04.0.
The latest Ubuntu version of Windows 10 is the next best Linux distroid to Linux Mint as well, but unlike Linux Mint, Ubuntu 18 is not based on Linux Kernel 4.5.2.
The first release is based off Ubuntu 17.10 and the latest release is Ubuntu 18 (codename LTS) which is based upon Ubuntu 18, which has not been updated since August.
Linux Mint has not provided any new software packages in the last two years.
This new Linux distribution is also available on several Linux distributions and is currently available on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux Mint Linux.