Distribucija: Linux Peppermint

Distribucija: Linux Peppermint

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  • Stefan Vujadinovic
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Novi Peppermint linux je operativni sistem zasnovan na internet tehnologiji.

Poput njegovog prethodnika Linux Mint 8 LXDE Community Edition, kojeg je razvijao isti tim stručnjaka, i ovaj OS je po zahtevima vrlo skroman tako da je za njegov ispravan rad neophodno samo 192 MB RAM memorije i 4GB slobodnog mesta na hard disku. Koristeći se aplikacijama kao što su Drop-Box, Exaile Music Management, Prism, X-Chat (IRC Clijnt) i torent clijent zvan Transmission uspeli su da naprave jedan vrlo efikasan operativni sistem čije je grafičko okruženje bazirano na optimiizovanom X11 (LXDE). Na osnovu testiranja ovog operativnog sistema, nakon instalacije zauzima neverovatnih 82 MB RAM memorije što je vrlo impresivno uzimajući u obzir i njegovu veliku brzinu. Vreme boot-ovanja je (u zavisnosti od hardvera) nekih 25 sekundi računajući od priitiskanja dugmeta za paljenje kompjutera!

Sve u svemu vrlo impresivan i korisnički prijatan preporučljiv je za sve one koji imaju dobru internet konekciju i koji žele pouzdan i hardverski nezahtevan operativni sistem. Kako izgleda Peppermint linux mozete videti ovde. Slobodan download je dostupan na http://peppermintos.com/download.

Evo nekih korisnih linkova:
Download stranica: http://peppermintos.com/download/
Zvanicna stranica: http://peppermintos.com/
Vikipedijina stranica: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peppermint_Linux_OS
Forum: http://peppermintos.net/





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Default Cloud Applications:

Editor by Pixlr (Image Editor), Express by Pixlr (Photo Editor), Pixlr-o-Matic (Photo Filter App), Last.FM, Seesmic Web, The Cloud Player, YouTube, eBuddy, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Gmail, Google Reader, Peppermint Bug Tracking, and Peppermint Forums.

Default Installed Applications:

Chromium Web Browser, Dropbox, Guayadeque (Music Player), Ice, X-Chat (IRC Client), Transmission (Torrent Client), Gnome-Mplayer (Media Player).


If you are currently using Peppermint One then you have already been exposed and are using Prism. If you haven’t, then let us take a second and explain what Ice is.

Ice is, by definition, a Site Specific Browser [SSB] that Peppermint creator Kendall Weaver wrote himself as a means to launch Web Applications and/or Cloud Applications [SaaS - Software As A Service, PaaS - Platform as a Service] from the new Peppermint Ice OS. When you launch a web based application using Ice it will call up a custom SSB using the default Chromium Browser. So, essentially, the Ice SSB acts as software that is installed locally but is actually delivered via the Web.

The difference in using an SSB as opposed to using a tabbed browser is that only one function is assigned to the Ice SSB. In a tabbed browsing system, with several open for example, if one service or site in any given tab crashes you run the risk of losing data by crashing the other tabs and potentially the browser itself. since an SSB is isolated and dedicated to only operating the web application of your choice, if it crashes or hangs, it does not effect the rest of the system. And, because the Ice SSB’s are so sleek, they are perfect for running apps that display better using the most screen area as possible.

Peppermint OS: Something a Little Different

We’re proud to be here working on Peppermint and when you see it I think you’ll understand our enthusiasm.

People have been trying to create an effective web centric operating system for years now. This is especially true in Linux with projects like the Ubuntu Netbook Remix, Google Chrome OS, and Moblin all coming to the forefront in recent years. On the downside of things, these systems, though great for surfing the web, lack a lot of the familiarity that people demand from something they use on a day to day basis. Here at Peppermint, we’re committed to giving you a system that won’t throw you for a loop while trying to get things settled in.

While conceptualizing Peppermint, we toyed around with a lot of ideas trying to determine how best to meet our goal of providing a fast, web-centric operating system that’s easy to learn and effective when put in use. The end result was a decision to use an interface that stays out of your way and let’s you go about your business. The default desktop environment for Peppermint is LXDE (literally, “Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment”) which has shown itself time and again to be user friendly, easy on the eyes, and wicked fast.

On another front we long pondered how best to incorporate a plethora of effective web applications in an easy to use manner. The result of this deliberation was Mozilla Prism. Prism is a framework that creates SSB’s (single site browsers) around web applications to help them better integrate with the desktop. Our lead developer also wrote a custom front end for Prism that works with the LXDE menu system to provide seamless integration of your local apps and your web apps.

A New philosophy…

As long time Linux users and supporters we have seen certain levels of divide in the Linux community. We have also seen over the years the tendency to not kindly invite new users to Linux who are exploring and looking for an answer beyond the two seemingly defacto systems that dominate the market. The biggest breath of fresh air in the past few years have been Ubuntu and Linux Mint with their commitment to community and offering a welcome place for all to explore.

The notion that in order to use, enjoy and be proficient with Linux is that you will need uber-geek hacking skills is completely False. And, this is just the stigma surrounding Linux that needs to be erased once and for all with Peppermint. There hasn’t been one person we have shown Peppermint OS to who hasn’t understood how to operate it as a desktop environment by just putting it in front of them and turning it on…

Team Peppermint is committed to welcoming new Linux users, offering them a product that is fast, easy to understand, and offering them an arena to experiment with Linux and all the while offering avenues to educate them further. Empowering the planet with Linux is our goal. Will you join us in this journey? We certainly hope so….

Kindest regards to all,

Team Peppermint



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Peppermint OS Four

What's New:
Launch web and cloud-based games from the Main Menu.
Enjoy the improved look and feel of a new customizable desktop.
Software bundles (Metapackages) for popular tasks are available in the Software Manager.
Now you can grab Office Productivity, Graphic Arts and Photography packages with the touch of a button.
Based on the Ubuntu 13.04 code base.

Release notes:
http://peppermintos.com/release-notes-2/

Home and Download: http://peppermintos.com/

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Pepermint Four Re-spins

http://peppermintos.com/2013/11/peppermint-four-re-spins-available/

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Peppermint OS Five



Release Notes: http://peppermintos.com/release-notes/

Home and Download: http://peppermintos.com/

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Peppermint Six

Peppermint Six is Here!

Release Notes: http://peppermintos.com/release-notes/

Home and Download: http://peppermintos.com/

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Introducing Peppermint Nine

Say hello to the next iteration of our lightweight, stable, and super fast operating system. Peppermint Nine is built on a long term support (LTS) code base, so as well as being customizable to your heart's content, will be "good to go" for quite some time. Peppermint Nine is built on the Ubuntu 18.04 code base


File Management from Nemo
Fresh from the Cinnamon desktop environment the ultra smooth Nemo file manager allows easy connection to remote network shares, fine grained control of desktop icons, custom action scripts, and together with the new wallpaper manager easy configuration of desktop backgrounds


Web app integration with Ice
Peppermint's handy cloud & web application management tool 'Ice' continues to put web applications on an equal footing with locally installed apps by allowing them easy integration into system menus, and delivery to the desktop via SSB's so they mimic locally installed applications.




Peppermint 9 Released.
Team Peppermint are pleased to announce Peppermint 9, the latest iteration of our operating system. Based on the 18.04 LTS (long term support) code base, Peppermint 9 still comes in both 64bit and 32bit flavors so older hardware is still … Continued


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