Using a Raspberry Pi shouldn’t be complicated.
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Linux Mint is one of the most popular Linux distribution currently (in the top 5 according to Distrowatch). Based on Ubuntu, and Cinnamon for the desktop environment, Mint is a great solution for Linux beginners on PC (but not only). Unfortunately, Linux Mint doesn’t have a version available for the Raspberry Pi, but there is a way to almost get it.
Linux Mint is only available on x64 architectures, so it can’t run directly on a Raspberry Pi. But as it’s based on Ubuntu, with most applications in the official repository, it’s possible to install everything manually to get a similar experience.
Check the link below for more details:
———- Links ———-
Master your Raspberry Pi in 30 days (e-book)
Raspberry Pi Bootcamp (course)
Master Python on Raspberry Pi
Join us on Patreon!
———- My stuff ———-
– Raspberry Pi: https://geni.us/xO8V (Amazon)
– SD card: https://geni.us/KAYj (Amazon)
– Case: https://geni.us/jD4m (Amazon)
– Keyboard: https://geni.us/e9mz (Amazon)
– Touch screen: https://geni.us/xsZ9I (Amazon)
– Video capture: https://geni.us/zleM6q (Amazon)
– Sense Hat: https://geni.us/HQH75q (Amazon)
– Robot dog: https://geni.us/39Grjz (Amazon)
– Raspad 3: https://raspberrytips.com/raspad
— Timestamps —
0:00 The issue
0:21 The goal
0:55 OS Installation
2:00 Interface Installation
2:33 Bugs & co
3:35 Side note
4:17 Desktop appearance
6:44 Become the master
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