I am looking for a Dj software to use on linux. I am very new to Linux and I am using Linux Mint 15 MATE. Is there a Virtual Dj-like software for Linux? Or better still, a Linux version of virtual Dj? I have tried Mixxx, and it just doesn't work for me. I install it and when I try to launch it either from 'applications' or the terminal, it just hangs.
Each Linux Mint release usually offers four flavors, to say nothing about LMDE: Mint Cinnamon, Mint MATE, Mint KDE and Mint Xfce. The MATE edition is based around a desktop environment forked from GNOME 2, featuring a similar interface and a familiar user interaction experience.
The Linux Mint 16 MATE distribution has been official announced and now it’s time to take a closer look to this latest version.The MATE version of Linux Mint 16 (dubbed Petra), has been launched alongside the Cinnamon version, and it incorporates a large number of changes and improvements.Highlights of Linux Mint 16 MATE:• The MDM 1.4 login screen has been designed to work perfectly wit
I am a complete newbie on Linux. I bought a brand new Acer Aspire V5-131 because I wanted to learn Linux. However, this particular laptop uses Linpus v4.1.18 and I am having so much trouble just getting it to run. My research seems to suggest that Linpus does not a good reputation.
Linux Mint 15 MATE Linux distribution has been launched and it marks the start of a new branch.The MATE version of Linux Mint 15 (dubbed Olivia), has been launched alongside the Cinnamon version, and it incorporates a large number of changes and improvements.The MATE desktop environment has garnered over 1800 commits over a period of 8 months.
Linux Mint 17.1 MATE Edition is the latest version of Linux Mint featuring MATE desktop environment 1.8.1. Released with many new improvements, software update and new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use. Based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and powered Linux Kernel 3.13, Linux Mint 17.1 will be supported until 2019.
Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” MATE has been officially announced by its developer, Clement Lefebvre, even if the distribution is already available for download since yesterday.The first two flavors for Linux Mint are always Cinnamon and MATE, so whenever a new version of this distribution is released, these two are inseparable.