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back on topic lolfirstly, peppermint does remember wallpaper and you shouldn't have to re apply when logging on,loads on peppermint forums about this, searching the forums are best done on google using, peppermintos.n et(wallpaper) or whatever you want between the brackets.
Nice writeup...I agree with you on your assessment. In my opinion a good OS is the one which gets out of the way and let you do things without too much hassle. If the OS can do this and manage to save on resources at the same time then it is winner. Peppermint (two) with LXDE can do this and still manages to be fully functional.I also agree with you on that, too much is made of the cloud aspect now days. Good internet access should not be assumed (as my daughter keep telling me).
Well people with issues can always come here
As stated:> The only issue I have with PepperminOS2 is that the forum is lacking in any developer input. Members try their best to answer questions, but the last I looked the main developer has not logged on to the forum since Dec. 26th 2011. As a matter of fact, not many of ANY of the team come on the foum to help with issues. it's a shame too, because Pmint has a ton of potiential> I may well post a link there to such effect. Many post go unanswered for long periods of time. In all fairness this is not correct.Shane is one of the development team and has posted quite often over the last few months.Kendall has been very busy.A number of moderators are active on a daily basis.The developers are monitoring the forums even though they are not fully active.After using peppermint 2 for over a year and using the forums on a regular basis I am yet to see a problem left unattended.Other than that, Peppermint is very customisable and fast even with dock / 3d desktop and numerous apps added.Great review though.Hello to all and this does look like an interesting forum.I am from the UK but have lived in Australia for most of my life.
Hi oldrong, and welcome to the forum I can't really comment on the PepppermiintOS forum, as I've not spent enough time there .. but if what you say is correct, I do hope they're at least spending more time on the distro development itself than they are on the forum .. I'd hate to see Peppermint go under, as it's a great little distro with pride of place on my netbook, and I'm giving serious consideration to installing it as the main distro on my desktop (though I'll probably wait till v3 comes out, then evaluate).I've said before though that info on PeppermintOS (Three) seems to be somewhat lacking on their website
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