Team Peppermint would like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the planning, development, testing, and promotion of Peppermint Seven.
This includes all the forum moderators, trusted users, beta testers, website developers, graphic artists, and ANYONE else that contributed on any level .. without whom the changes implemented in Peppermint Seven would have been limited in scope, longer in development, less tested, and/or simply not possible.
A special shout out goes to:-
(many apologies if we forgot anyone)
All of who not only put in extraordinary effort in coding, testing, and debugging Peppermint 7, but had a direct impact on it’s development via suggestions for improvement, artwork, and discussions on ‘direction’. Thanks largely to their input, both technical and humorous when necessary, Peppermint 7 development was a pleasure, an honour, and an absolute blast .. THANKS Guys, Peppermint 7 wouldn’t exist without you.
THANK YOU ALL
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Yes – thanks to all involved with producing such a slick and easy to use OS that this Linux newbie absolutely loves.
Thank you for producing such a fantastic distro. I have used ubuntu, mint and other various versions over the past 5 years or so. The newest version of peppermint is a dream to use and I love it. It is my newest reason to be a linux evangelist to my friends and family.
Great stuff greg, always nice to receive feedback, particularly when it’s positive ;)
Excellent work, indeed. Peppermint Seven totally surprised me.
Thank you all !
Cheers Hot Chilli, glad you’re enjoying Peppermint 7, and many thanks for the feedback :)
Hello I have just tried your latest OS for the first time and I am 100% happy and will be staying with this OS for my coding.
I have tried Ubuntu, Mint and Manjaro. All good however performed well until the laptop crawls to a halt when i am in my core working on a lot.
However with Peppermint I have not had this issue. Firefox is the best i have ever seen it run and my golly best results i have seen since i got this laptop.
Intel core 2 duo 2.0 GHz
Using 32 bit OS and i am 100% happy.
Any bugs i find on the journey of creating my blog I will happily report.
Good job Lads Hats off to you all.
Great stuff ddanjovi, great to hear Peppermint is ‘doing the business’ for you and you’re enjoying it too :)
Another winner. Peppermint 7 looks terrific, and my computer has never behaved better. I don’t chime in often, but the effort of the team is much appreciated. Thanks!
Thanks Matt, appreciate the chiming :)
A BIG thankyou for sure! I decided to refresh an old 32 bit laptop.
Peppermint has a 32 bit version for older hardware. Cool. So many are abandoning support for the older stuff.
You should have seen the big grin on my face when the Broadcom wireless worked right out of the box. How cool is that?
You guys are my heroes.
Excelente distribucion, muy bien integrada, casi sin problemas y muy fluida, es una de las mejores elecciones si quieres tener ubuntu y lxde, lo cual te dara un consumo de ram de unos 250 MB. Los lxde de arch te consumiran unos 100 MB mas, sobre 350 MB. Me gusta mas que LXLE y Lubuntu. Saludos
Muchas gracias coco .. Es interesante saber que Arch/LXDE está utilizando más memoria que Peppermint.
Fantastic distribution. Literally perfect for me. How can we get the keyboard configuration to work properly though?I can’t set my favorite keys. I can’t restore defaults on most of my shortcuts, and the defaults I could restore are dead wrong?! Is there a solution yet? This really feels like something that should’ve been fixed before release. Spot on otherwise though.
Hi Andrew, thanks for the kind words .. could you please ask on the tech support forum about your keyboard shortcut issue where we’ll be happy to assist :)
“Peppermint Seven is built on a long term support (LTS) code base” any idea how long support time is, quite important info and i can`t find it.
Hi dorf, Peppermint 7 should be good to go for 5 years :)
Low on resources with a quick logical interface and excellent product forum support.
This is just simply a Minimalist Hybrid Masterpiece.
You’re most welcome acer, glad you like it :)
Good work on last Peppermint 7.
My friend will install it too.
I`m using Peppermint 7 32bit on old laptop 2004 HP ,382M RAM and working.
Light operatingsystem only can be workin computers like this.
Thanks for a great distribution. Done almost the impossible: ease of use, functionality and aesthetics in one package. Great idea to tie Nemo. This is probably the best file Manager. Although, I think that lxpanel would probably be the best solution. Anyway, it turned out great, I love it, will recommend to everyone.
Thanks for the feedback Sergey, great to hear you’re enjoying Peppermint .. I’m afraid you’re in a minority where the panel is concerned though ;)
Great distro! Well done!
By far the best lightweight buntu/mint OS available. My only request would be for sha256sum for the iso images. Thanks.
Hi Manny, thanks for the compliment .. The sha256sums can now be found on the front page of this website, just click one of the red “Download 64bit” or “Download 32bit” buttons and you should see them :)
Thanks!! You guys are awesome.
Think about adding bitcoin to your donation options.
This distro looks interesting. Came here from “Easy Linux tips project” site. Gonna give Peppermint 7 a try ;-)
Great stuff Mikey, we hope you like it :)