A BIG “Thank You” to the Peppermint 10 Team.

Peppermint SevenTeam Peppermint would like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the planning, development, testing, and promotion of Peppermint 10.

This includes all the forum moderators, trusted users, beta testers, website developers, graphic artists, and ANYONE else that contributed on any level .. without whom Peppermint Nine would simply not have been possible.

A special shout out goes to:-
  • AndyInMokum
  • emegra
  • scifidude79
  • VinDSL
  • zebedeeboss (Our very own podcasting ‘boss’)
  • alynur
  • jlschwartz
  • josephd
  • Joseph Mccullar (MASSIVE thanks for the patching assist)
  • Karl Schneider (Many thanks for the fantastic new artwork)
  • lswarte
  • murraymint
  • perknh
  • pin
  • Ray Bilcliff (Huge thanks for permission to use your awesome images)
  • Slim.Fatz
  • spence (The undoubted star of this testing cycle, with 30+ installs under his belt)

(many apologies if we forgot anyone)

All of whom not only put in extraordinary effort in coding, testing, and debugging Peppermint 10, 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 10 development was a pleasure, an honour, and an as usual an absolute blast .. THANKS Guys, Peppermint 10 wouldn’t exist without you, and you don’t always get the credit you so richly deserve.


Kindest regards,

Team Peppermint

This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Johan B.

    I agree. A big thanks to them and all who made this release possible. On it right now.

  2. fringe

    You folk are awesome! Thanks for supplying sha256sums and gpg signatures. Must have nowadays.

    1. Mark Greaves

      You’re most welcome fringe, thanks for the words of encouragement :)

  3. Tancredo Madison Canuto Sena

    Obrigado a todos!

    1. Mark Greaves

      You’re most welcome :)

  4. Ed B.

    Wow, what a fast and lovely distro, I love it!! Keep up the good work!! Gaming on it is great!!

    1. Mark Greaves

      Thanks for the kind feedback Ed B., glad you’re enjoying your Peppermint experience :)

  5. drakken

    I have said before. But I will say it again. After the end of #! I was at a loss to find my new home in linux. I found it here with peppermint. This simply for me is my new linux home. I feel fortunate to be here. Now if the community could sort out an IRC channel? That would be pretty awesome. I know Ubuntu and Debian have channels, but for a derivative distro like this? It would really help those with little too no experience and in the same? Those with a ton of experience looking to teach & share what they have learned along the way.
    Peppermint is my new home. I am really happy to be here. I really do love this distro. I want to find any an all ways I can give back.
    I get having a facebook group etc. But please think about an irc presences? For guys like me that are turning 40 this month? Many of us to not twitter nor do we care about facebook.
    This distro is simply amazing in all respects. But there should be a support channel for those that do not wish to twitter nor facebook. I think there could be more users installing/trying/using Peppermint if there was some sort of support channel aside from the forums.
    I remember years ago how frustrating forums can be, when you are trying to sort something out? You want to find an answer soon. Not wait days. And like I said.. Many of us in the linux community do not facebook..
    So a thought to the dev’s is all. I am and will be a diehard peppermint users for as long as it is around. And if I can help in anyway? Let me know.


    1. Mark Greaves

      Hi Drakken and thanks for the kind words. We did have an IRC channel for a few years, and indeed Xchat installed by default linking to it, but despite that it never received much traffic so wasn’t worth the maintenance. We aren’t big on social media either (used more just for announcements), but we DO maintain an active presence on our support forum which can often be nearly as ‘real time’ as IRC.
      is our official and preferred point of contact for anything from support requests to general chat .. we have a small but extremely friendly community vibe going on over there and would love it if you dropped by.

  6. Palladini

    Yes, Thank you to the Peppermint 10 team, I think I have found my new daily Operating System in Peppermint. Before I installed Peppermint, my Daily OS was Linux Mint 19.2 Lisa Cinnamon. I now Have 3 Operating systems in the Desktop Computer, Peppermint, Linux Mint 19.2 Lisa Cinnamon and Ubuntu Studio. Each OS has it’s use, and I intend to run it this way for a while to come!

    1. Mark Greaves

      We’re in amongst some distinguished names there Palladini, glad you’re enjoying Peppermint and welcome aboard :)

  7. Jack Parman

    Been running peppermint started back IOS6 several years ago, bin running around in UNIX since 1975, all the way to all windows to 10, bin a network engineer at NASA until retired 2003, now just play. Wanted to thank you guys for a real super OS, simple quick, now I buy old computers turn them in usable systems for older folks, then teach the how to use them. Thank you so much keeping the open source running?

  8. Joe

    peppermintos.com SSL cert has expired :(
    this is an awesome distro that I have used for over a year.

    1. Joseph Dickson

      Hi Joe,
      We’re currently to working through renewing the ssl certificate.

  9. igor

    Hello and excuse me, I don’t know where to report a BUG … error generated by VLC video player, when I play a video and don’t touch anything it turns out but when I try to enlarge VLC the whole system sticks and I have to restart the computer, I have peppermint 10 to 32 bits and VLC 3.0.8 .. I also have the system updated. Please excuse me again for not finding where to report this error.

    1. Joseph Dickson

      Hi Igor,
      Questions, answers, research, tips and tricks can be found in our community forum.

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