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Moving windows which don’t fit in the screen

If your screen resolution is too low, some windows might not fit in the screen.

While pressing the ALT key, you can grab any part of a window with the mouse and move it across the screen.

Installing multimedia codecs offline

To download the multimedia codecs into an installable archive:

  • Boot from the Linux Mint ISO on a computer which is connected to the Internet
  • Open a terminal and type «apt download mint-meta-codecs» (without the quotes)
  • This creates a «mint-meta-codecs.tgz» archive

On computers which do not have an Internet access, you can decompress this archive and run ./install.sh (or alternatively «sudo dpkg -i *.deb») to install the multimedia codecs.

Booting with non-PAE CPUs

To boot Linux Mint on CPUs which do not officially support PAE (Pentium M processors for instance), please use the «Start Linux Mint with PAE forced» option from the boot menu.

Solving freezes during the boot sequence

Some graphics cards don’t work well with the open-source driver present in Linux Mint.

If Linux Mint freezes during boot time, use the «nomodeset» boot option as illustrated in the video below:

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If you’re booting in EFI mode, the procedure is similar but the menu looks slightly different:

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Thanks to «nomodeset» you should be able to boot Linux Mint and install it on your computer.

After the installation, reboot the computer and hold SHIFT to force the boot menu to appear.

Add the «nomodeset» option as illustrated below:

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If your graphics card is from NVIDIA, once in Linux Mint, perform the following steps to install the NVIDIA drivers:

  • Run the Driver Manager
  • Choose the NVIDIA drivers and wait for them to be installed
  • Reboot the computer

With these drivers the system should now be stable and you no longer need to use «nomodeset».

Note: If you’re using an Optimus card, you’ve nothing more to do. Upon reboot, a system tray icon should show up indicating which GPU is currently active. Click on it to switch GPUs.

Note: If you still cannot boot try one of the following solutions:

  • Try with «nouveau.noaccel=1» instead of «nomodeset».
  • Try with «noapic noacpi nosplash irqpoll» instead of «quiet splash».
  • Use the «Compatibility mode» to boot and install Linux Mint.
  • After the installation, use «Advanced Options» -> «Recovery mode» from the boot menu and choose «resume».

Choosing the right version of Linux Mint

Each new version comes with a new kernel and a newer set of drivers. Most of the time, this means newer versions are compatible with a larger variety of hardware components, but sometimes it might also introduce regressions. If you are facing hardware issues with the latest version of Linux Mint and you are unable to solve them, you can always try an earlier release. If that one works better for you, you can stick to it, or you can use it to install Linux Mint and then upgrade to the newer release.

XApps improvements


Improvements were made to the look and feel of the document viewer. Thumbnails and page borders in particular look more crisp:



Xed, the text editor, moved to libpeas, python3 and the MESON build system.


Its statusbar was reworked. It now indicates whether the document is in tabs or spaces mode and highlight modes are searchable.


Four new widgets are available in libxapp:

XAppStackSidebar makes it easy to create icon sidebars, such as the ones used in the Welcome Screen or the Software Sources.

XAppPreferencesWindow provides a multi-page preference window with a built-in icon sidebar. This component is used to display application preferences in Xed, Xreader and Nemo.

An XAppPreferencesWindow in Xed

XAppIconChooserDialog provides a dialog which lets you choose an icon name or an icon path.

XAppIconChooserButton provides a button which shows an icon or an image, and lets you choose a new one when clicked.

An XAppIconChooserButton and its XAppIconChooserDialog

XApps improvements

Status Icons

Version 1.6 of libxapp introduces a new system tray solution called XAppStatusIcon.

Here are its benefits compared to GtkStatusIcon:

  • HiDPI support
  • Support for dark themes and symbolic icons
  • No rendering, sizing or cropping issues
  • No dependency on obsolete GtkSocket/GtkPlug technology

It also provides the following benefits compared to AppIndicator:

  • Support for any mouse click, button-press and button-release event
  • Support for multiple menus
  • Native menus
  • Support for multiple trays

Symbolic icons are separated from fullcolor icons to make the tray look even more polished. The icons look crisp in HiDPI and they are rendered by the panel applet directly.

Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce have applets for XAppStatusIcon. LibXApp 1.6 also provides an API which makes it very easy to write applets for other desktop environments.

In Linux Mint 19.3, all editions ship with an XAppStatusIcon applet. As in the past, support for libAppIndicator is disabled by default, but applications which use this library no longer default to GtkStatusIcon, they default to XAppStatusIcon instead.

Icon Chooser

The XAppIconChooser widget was improved to support a default icon and custom icon categories.

Among other places, this is used in by the menu applet to let you choose from a variety of Linux Mint logos:



Blueberry was given a visual overhaul.


Under the hood, it features better device detection, better error reporting and it supports more Bluetooth devices than before.

Other improvements

  • Pix: The the slideshow respects the zoom quality settings and the default quality was switched to High.
  • Xed: You can now right-click links to visit them.
  • Xreader: New annotation buttons were added to the sidebar.
  • Xviewer: Ctrl+KP_0 (the keypad 0 key) resets the zoom level.
  • LightDM Settings: You can now select a mouse pointer theme for the login screen.

LightDM Settings

Source Files

  • main.c contains the main C function that initializes the hardware.
  • WinUSB_Echo.c contains the app_main C function that initializes USB Device Component.
  • The files USBD_User_CustomClass_0.c/USBD_User_CustomClass_1.c are adapted code templates that implement all necessary functions. Refer to Custom Class for details about these template functions.

If you are using RTOS other than CMSIS-RTOS2 RTX5 for your project please make sure to satisfy .

You may now build and download the example project to the evaluation board using the µVision commands:

  • Project –> Build target (F7)
  • Flash –> Download (F8)

After these steps, the project should start executing on your evaluation kit. In case of errors, refer to the Evaluation Board User’s Guide for configuration information.

Download mirrors

  Location Mirror
World EvoWise CDN
World LayerOnline
Canada Manitoba Unix User Group
Canada University of Waterloo Computer Science Club
USA advancedhosters.com
USA Clarkson University
USA Harvard School of Engineering
USA James Madison University
USA kernel.org
USA MetroCast Cablevision
USA pair Networks
USA Purdue Linux Users Group
USA Sonic
USA Syringa Networks
USA Team Cymru
USA TeraSwitch
USA University of Oklahoma
USA University of Washington, Mathematics
USA US Internet
USA XMission Internet
Austria UPC Austria
Belarus ByFly
Bulgaria IPACCT
Bulgaria Netix Ltd
Bulgaria University of Ruse
Czech Republic Ignum, s.r.o.
Czech Republic IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center
Czech Republic UPC Ceska republika
Denmark Dotsrc.org
Denmark KLID
France Crifo.org
France Institut de Gйnйtique Humaine
France Ordimatic
Germany Be a Lama, Inc.
Germany Dark Penguin Network
Germany FH Aachen
Germany Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Germany GWDG
Germany Hochschule Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
Germany I/P/B/ Internet Provider in Berlin GmbH
Germany NetCologne GmbH
Germany PyrateLAN.party
Germany wilhelm.tel GmbH
Greece Hellenic Telecommunications Organization
Greece MyAegean team, University of the Aegean
Greece National Technical University of Athens
Greece University of Crete
Greenland Tele Greenland
Hungary Quantum Mirror
Ireland HEAnet
Latvia University of Latvia
Luxembourg root S.A.
Netherlands LiteServer
Netherlands NLUUG
Netherlands Triple IT
Poland ICM — University of Warsaw
Portugal FCCN
Portugal RNL — Tйcnico Lisboa
Portugal Universidade do Porto
Romania M247
Romania Telekom Romania
Russia Powernet ISP
Russia Truenetwork
Russia Yandex Team
Serbia Four Dots
Serbia University of Kragujevac
Slovakia Energotel
Slovakia Rainside
Spain Oficina de Software Libre do Cixug
Sweden Academic Computer Club, Umea University
Sweden Zetup
Turkey Linux Kullanicilari Dernegi
Ukraine IP-Connect LLC
United Kingdom Bytemark Hosting
United Kingdom UKFast
United Kingdom University of Kent UK Mirror Service
Bangladesh dhakaCom Limited
Bangladesh XeonBD
China Beijing Foreign Studies University
China TUNA
Hong Kong KoDDoS
India Esto Internet
India PicoNets-WebWerks
Indonesia Deace
Iran Rasanegar
Israel Israel Internet Association
Kazakhstan Hoster.kz
Kazakhstan PS Internet Company LLC
Singapore NUS
South Korea Harukasan
South Korea KAIST
Taiwan NCHC
Taiwan TamKang University
Taiwan Yuan Ze University, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Thailand Songkla University
Vietnam Freedif
Australia AARNet
Australia Internode
Australia Western Australian Internet Association
New Zealand University of Canterbury
Argentina Zero.com.ar
Brazil Federal University of Sao Carlos
Brazil ITS Telecomunicacoes
Brazil UFMT
Brazil Universidade Federal do Amazonas
Brazil Universidade Federal do Parana
Chile Universidad de La Frontera
Ecuador CEDIA
Ecuador CEDIA Ecuador
Ecuador Escuela Politecnica Natcional
Botswana Retention Range
Kenya Liquid Telecom
South Africa Internet Solutions
South Africa University of Free State
South Africa WIRUlink

Software Sources

The Software Sources tool was given a new look. Similar to the welcome screen, it’s now using an Xapp sidebar and a headerbar.

Software Sources

When software crashes tools such as mintreport produce a stack trace our developers can look at to understand the cause of the crash. This is the first step towards fixing such a bug. For the stack trace to be meaningful, users need to have debug symbols installed. In an effort to reduce bandwidth for their mirrors, Debian decided to move debug symbols outside of the main repositories. This decision affected not only Debian and LMDE but also Ubuntu and Linux Mint and made it much more difficult for users to install these symbols. To simplify this process, support for debug symbols was added into the Software Sources tool. Adding debug symbol repositories can now be done with a click of the mouse.

A new button was also added within the “Maintenance” tab to remove duplicate entries in your repositories.

О программе WinUSB

WinUSB – это минималистичная портативная программа, полностью бесплатная. Её единственным назначением является запись загрузочных и мультизагрузочных флешек. Флешек, совместимых как со старой BIOS Legacy, так и с UEFI. Флешки программа может создавать с файловыми системами FAT32, NTFS и ExFAT. Работать с WinUSB можно в среде Windows 7, 8.1 и 10.

WinUSB в большей степени адаптирована под работу с Windows: программа позволяет записывать на флешку ISO-образы и подключённые DVD-диски установочного процесса Windows, ISO-образы LiveDisk’ов на базе WinPE, а вот перечень поддержки Linux-дистрибутивов у неё ограничен. WinUSB умеет записывать только дистрибутивы Ubuntu, правда, при этом предлагает удобство в виде скачивания их ISO-файлов с официальных источников в Интернете в едином процессе вместе с записью флешки. Такая же возможность предусматривается для двух антивирусных LiveDisk’ов — AVG Rescue CD и Eset Live-CD.

Скачать программу WinUSB можно на сайте разработчиков:

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