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I liked Mint's Mate but it has One unforgivable bug.
I loved Linux Mint KDE 17 Series but things have changed drastically and don't like it anymore.
Read lots of posts on this very same problem, so far, no real good answer that I have found, but lots of folks are asking what is this password that Linux put in.
I found a way to get out.......I am writing down your way too......
Drive #1 - ADATA SP600 (59 GB) Drive #2 - Crucial_CT512MX100SSD1 (476 GB) Drive #3 - Crucial_CT240M500SSD1 (223 GB) Drive #4 - CT240BX200SSD1 (223 GB) WD Elements 2TB USB 3.0 Portable WD Elements 500GB USB 2.0 Portable Drive #1 - ADATA SP600 (59 GB) Drive #2 - Crucial_CT512MX100SSD1 (476 GB) Drive #3 - Crucial_CT240M500SSD1 (223 GB) Drive #4 - CT240BX200SSD1 (223 GB) WD Elements 2TB USB 3.0 Portable WD Elements 500GB USB 2.0 Portable Yes, you can install Linux on the USB stick.I run Kubuntu now but it caused me some major headaches setting up on one laptop.Don't like the UI at all and don't know what I'll try next.And honestly have only needed to use Hirens once, but it was a big help.
Linux is almost done for me, can't find a Distro that I like and prefer Windows now.
@Antilope Ok I got one for you on Linux Mint, I made the recovery disk, like you showed the other user, booted to Linux, looked around at some of the features, then logged off, it took me to a locked screen, and if I tried to re-enter back to the desktop, it asked me for my password??? I did see under accounts that their was a place to enter info for a user, everything was blank, no name, no pic, BUT under password, their were 5 ***** Even tho' I dual boot anyway I tried the live USB of Cinnamon Mint, logged out and after a while it timed out on the Lock screen and went back into Mint by itself. I just happened to notice tonight when I checked for updates, it said Updates are available and showed 67%.