Clement Lefebvre proudly announced a minutes ago, December 10, the immediate availability for download of the OEM installation images of the recently released Linux Mint 14 operating system.
Dubbed Nadia and powered by Linux kernel 3.5, the Linux Mint 14 operating system was released three weeks ago and it is based on Canonical’s Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) operating system.
Linux Mint 14 comes in two editions, with the MATE and Cinnamon desktop environments, and features MDM (Mint Display Manager), Software Manager improvements, system improvements, artwork improvements and various other small fixes.
"OEM images are for computer vendors and manufacturers. They allow Linux Mint to be “pre-installed” on a machine which is then used by another person than the one who performed the installation."
"After an OEM installation, the computer is set in such a way that the next reboot features a small setup screen where the new user/customer has the ability to choose his/her username, password, keyboard layout and locale." was stated in the blog announcement.
Linux Mint 14 (Nadia) is distributed as Live DVD ISO images with separate editions of MATE and Cinnamon desktop environments. The OEM images of Linux Mint 14 are only for the 64-bit architecture.
No-codecs ISO images of aforementioned editions are also available for download for USA, Japan and users from countries where distributing media codecs is a legal issue.
We remind everyone that Linux Mint is and will always be an elegant, easy-to-use, up-to-date, 100% free and comfortable Linux operating system based on the very popular Ubuntu OS.
Linux Mint offers paid commercial support to companies and individuals. Also, free community support is available from the forums and the IRC channel.
Download Linux Mint 14 OEM with MATE and Cinnamon right now from Softpedia.
But if you want the original Linux Mint 14.1 operating system with MATE and Cinnamon, you can download it right now from Softpedia by clicking the link above.