Linux Mint Debian Edition 4 "Debbie" Beta Version Released

Following the disclosure of latest LMDE 4 features, the Linux Mint team announced the release of LMDE 4 Beta version. LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) 4, codenamed as "Debbie", is that the upcoming future support version supported the newest Debian buster Linux distro.

Linux Mint Debian Edition 4 debbie beta version released

New Features in LMDE 4

For the uninitiated, Linux Mint develops two Linux distros supported Ubuntu and Debian. Hence, Debian based LMDE 4 includes all new features of Ubuntu-based Linux Mint 19.3 like boot-repair, language settings, new boot menus, and system reports.

LMDE 4 uses the Ubiquity slideshow package. you can experience the updated installer slideshow with a far better look and feel.

Linux Mint Debian Edition 4 debbie beta version released

As revealed during the January news roundup, LMDE 4 now adds the new boot option with NVIDIA driver. Hence, you don’t get to install the open-source driver externally as new entry installs the NVIDIA driver on the fly.

How to Install LMDE 4?

For installing the LMDE 4, you need a minimum of 1GB RAM with 15GB of free disc space. you can download the beta ISO images for both 32 and 64 bits from here .

Linux Mint Debian Edition 4 debbie beta version released

Since it’s a beta version, it’s highly recommended to use it just for testing purposes. However, if you would like the stable version, you can download the LMDE 3 from here .

Note :- For a live session, the username is "int" and there’s no password, you can just continue with an empty password.

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