"Linux Mint is the prettiest incarnation of the Ubuntu family,
yet it doesn't seems to get the same attention as its *buntu
parents. I've been wanting to be able to use Mint since my first
little test run of a beta of 2.2, but at that time wireless support
shattered those plans. So, when 2.2 was released in a KDE flavor, I
just had to test it again.
"I tested an earlier 2.2 about the same time eco2geek, a
tuxmachines regular and contributor best known for his Knoppix on
USB howto, posted his review of the beta. At that time I was a bit
impressed with some elements of Mint, but the lack of wireless
support was a show stopper for me..."
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