Peppermint Ice 20110302 is released. This version offers a fully updated system as of March 2nd, 2011 and it comes with some bug fixes and new features: like in Peppermint One, we have removed the hardware abstraction layer from this release in order to obtain better performance; the LFFL repository has been added to the default sources list in order to offer more current versions of more applications; some region specific SSBs, such as Hulu and Pandora, have been removed from the default installation, but can easily be added back by using the Ice application.
“Peppermint OS Ice is a lightweight, user-friendly linux distribution with built-in cloud technologies. It is ideal for notebooks and old computers. The default desktop environment for Peppermint is LXDE, Chromium is the default web browser, cloud applications like Editor by Pixlr [Image Editor], Facebook, Hulu, Last.FM, Pandora, Seesmic Web, The Cloud Player, YouTube, eBuddy, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Mail, Google Reader come also by default.”
- i386 or derivative processor (AMD64 and x86_64 are fine as well)
- 192 MB of RAM
- 4 GB hard drive space (this is an overestimate just for good measure)
Peppermint OS Ice screenshots Tour