Linux Mint LXDE, a modern operating system built on mature and proven software layers that relies on the Ubuntu and Debian projects and uses their systems as a base, is now at version 12 RC.
This is the first release candidate in the 12.x series for the LXDE version of the Linux Mint distribution. The developers haven’t made a big deal with the launch and the details
are sketchy.Highlights of Linux Mint LXDE 12 RC:
· The new operating system uses zram in the live installer in order to work better with systems that have 512MB of RAM and less;
· All the duplication problems between the autostart file and directory that Mint 11 LXDE have been fixed;
· The login problems from Mint 11 LXDE were fixed;
· A lot of entries were moved from from the autostart file to the autostart directory;
· The distribution now uses Leafpad instead of Gedit.Download Linux Mint LXDE 12 RC
right now from Softpedia.