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I am new to linux and confused with mint LXDE and mint LMDE

What is the difference between linux mint LXDE and mint LMDE ?

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LXDE is a Desktop Environment. I'm presuming that Mint LXDE is a flavor of Mint bundled with LXDE - many distributions (such as Kubuntu) have alternate versions based upon different DE's.

A screenshot of the LXDE Desktop Environment


LMDE is Linux Mint Debian Edition - it's a version of Linux Mint based upon Debian Testing, designed in part for compatibility.

As for which is better - well, frankly, that's a question that SuperUser denizens prefer not be asked, because there is not concrete answer.

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thanks for the information. – JOHN Jul 28 '11 at 17:06

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