Monthly News – April 2021

We’ve got a lot of news for you this month. Before we get into it, let me thank all those who send us their help and contribute to make our project grow. Many thanks to all of you for your donations. Thanks also to our partners and sponsors for being there for us.

Warpinator

With Warpinator you can quickly and easily transfer files from computer to computer across the local network. Warpinator was already available natively for Linux Mint 20, 20.1 and LMDE 4, and as a Flatpak for any other release and for other Linux distributions.

Today we’re delighted to announce that Warpinator is now also available for Android.

To install Warpinator on your Android device simply search for it in the play store, or use the link below:

This port is an independent project written with the Android SDK and led by a developer called “slowscript”. It is hosted on Github at https://github.com/slowscript/warpinator-android.

Aside from a few minor issues (the project is very young) the app already works very well. I was personally amazed to see Warpinator in the play store first, and then to see my phone and my computer see each others and be able to transfer files almost instantly.

I’m also really happy to see 3rd party developers build and improve on top of what we created. When we made Warpinator we solved a need we had within Linux Mint and made the software available for all Linux distributions, but although we wouldn’t spend the resources to make it work on other OSes (Android, iOS, Windows and Mac for instance) we wanted to use simple and open technologies to make it possible for this software to be developed by others. Today, seeing someone put the effort and come up with an Android build is a really cool feeling. I’m really happy to see this happen.

Within the Linux Mint development team Lars Mueller (known as Cobinja on github) has also been working on a mobile version of Warpinator. This is something he did on his own and it isn’t ready so we haven’t had the opportunity to try it yet. The interesting thing about this project is that it is based on the Flutter SDK so in addition to an Android app, it could also lead to making Warpinator available on iOS.

Shells.com

While we’re talking about mobile devices and exciting technology, wouldn’t it be great if you could run Linux Mint on your phone and tablet? or anywhere at all? Wouldn’t it be great if you could run Android apps on your computer? This is what Shells is working on and we’re excited today to start a partnership with them.

With Shells.com you can run Linux Mint:

  • in a Web browser on any web enabled device
  • in a desktop app in Windows, Mac or Linux
  • in a mobile app on an Android device
  • in a mobile app on iOS devices

Your desktop environment is in the cloud and immediately available to you from any device and from anywhere at all. Start using it at home on your computer. Open it up from work using a Web browser. Connect to it in the train with a tablet or even access it from that mobile phone in your pocket anytime you need and from anywhere.

To understand how it works imagine if your Virtualbox VMs were in the cloud. You create a “Shell”, select an OS such as “Linux Mint 20.1 Cinnamon” for instance and tell it to install. Once it’s ready you can boot it and access Linux Mint. You never really have to reboot or shutdown or even logout. You just access your environment when you need it.

Shells automatically performs snapshots. These are not Timeshift snapshots within the OS itself, but global snapshots which can be used to bring back the entire VM to an earlier state.

The pricing model is a monthly subscription per VM with an amount based on the resources allocated. As part of our partnership, Shells is offering 3 months for the price of 2 at https://www.shells.com/pricing?special=linux_mint. 10% of all subscriptions created from this link go towards Linux Mint.

Shells VMs can be hosted in the USA (Chicago, Dallas or Los Angeles), in the Netherlands or in Japan. They have a shared IP address and provide SSH/SFTP access by default. With an extra $1/month they also provide a public static IP address, so you can install any server application in them like you would in a local Linux Mint environment but benefit from the fact that it’s in the cloud.

We’ve been working in tight collaboration with Shells.com to get Linux Mint running and it’s a real pleasure to work with them. We’ve fixed many issues together already. I found them to be extremely able and available. I already worked with Alex Lee in the past and I’m really happy to work with him again.

Going forward Shells.com is planning to provide 3D acceleration to its VMs. This should benefit the Cinnamon desktop. They’re also working on Android. Although this isn’t ready yet, their developers already have an ALPHA with access to the Play store and support for SIP numbers (phone calls, SMS, etc..).

My experience with Shell is complex. I find the technology really amazing and extremely promising. It’s so versatile it really opens the door to a lot of new use cases. The idea that you don’t even need a laptop to carry your environment around, that it’s immediately available to you no matter where you are, no matter what kind of device you have in front of view, if any, that itself is really appealing but it can go from something that just sounds cool to something that is actually really handy depending on the person that is using it. To me here in my rural country side where I work from home and do not commute it just does sound cool but I don’t need it. If I think of my younger self who was traveling through Paris on a daily basis, working on side projects all the time and carrying devices and storage units just to do exactly that then it’s a completely different story. The quality of my network connection also comes greatly into play. Here although 20Mbps (2.5MB per second) is considered quite decent, it’s just not enough for this to be comfortable. It’s usable, I can launch Youtube or Hypnotix in it and watch fluid TV/videos, but moving windows is slow and there’s a noticeable delay which makes it more pleasant to use the local environment rather than the remote one. Again, if I was still living in Paris this would not be an issue. I can see how fluid and comfortable the experience is for people in the US, it’s just not the same here for me in Ireland.

If you are creative, if you travel or commute quite a bit and you enjoy a good connection to the Internet this can be a fantastic idea. If you’re not sure and you want to take it for a ride Shells lets you cancel and refunds your subscription within 7 days.

Hypnotix

Hypnotix shipped with a default provider called Free-IPTV. Tensions and personal conflicts arose between Free-IPTV and some of its Github forks, and with other IPTV projects which copied some of its content. This eventually resulted in Free-IPTV closing down its project.

Although this had nothing to do with Hypnotix it impacted users which used the default provider. As a result we changed the default provider from Free-IPTV to Free-TV. This provider is much smaller (it currently provides 114 channels as opposed to 2055 for Free-IPTV) but it’s also very clear on its mission. Similar to the previous provider it only provides free and publicly available TV channels and with an emphasis on quality over quantity.

Note: Hypnotix was also backported to the Linux Mint 20 repositories.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon 5 will provide management tools to check for and perform updates of Cinnamon spices. As a reminder, a Cinnamon “spice” is an add-on to the desktop environment which is not part of the core desktop. There are 4 types of spices:

  • applets (which run in panels)
  • desklets (which run on the desktop itself)
  • extensions (which modify how Cinnamon functions)
  • themes (which modify the way Cinnamon looks)

Until now to see updates and to apply them you had to go in the system settings or you had to use a 3rd party applet developed by Claudiux called “Spices Update“.

Cinnamon 5 will ship with a command line tool called cinnamon-spice-updater which can list available updates and/or apply them. To make it easy for distributions to integrate Cinnamon spice updates within their Update Manager a Python 3 module will also be provided.

Update Manager

The Mint Update Manager will support Cinnamon spice updates.

Although from a technical point of view they are radically different than APT updates, from a user point of view they will be presented in a very similar manner. You’ll be able to see the same kind of information for them, and to enjoy the same features as you did already, such as the ability to blacklist a particular spice or a version of a spice for instance.

You’ll also be able to automate spice updates. In automatic mode spices will be upgraded shortly after you log in, the DE will then get refreshed (this is barely visible, Cinnamon restarts itself seamlessly, you just see the mouse cursor get reset on the screen when this happens) and a notification will popup to show you what was upgraded.

The Update Manager will also handle the automation of Flatpak updates. This was previously located in “Startup Applications”.

Mint 18 EOL

It’s been 5 years already. Linux Mint 18, 18.1, 18.2 and 18.3 reached EOL (End of Life) this month and are no longer supported.

If you are running one of these releases your operating system will continue to work but you will no longer receive security updates from the repositories. We recommend you backup your data and perform a fresh installation of Linux Mint 20.1, which is supported until 2025.

Alternatively, you can upgrade to Linux Mint 19.3 which is supported until 2023:

  • To upgrade 18, 18.1 or 18.2 towards 18.3 following this tutorial: https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3462
  • To upgrade 18.3 to 19 follow this tutorial: https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3615
  • To upgrade 19 to 19.3 follow this tutorial: https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3838

The minor upgrades (18->18.3, 19->19.3) are quite simple, easy and fast. The upgrade from 18.3 to 19 on the other hand is a major upgrade. It is longer and more complicated. Take your time with this one and don’t hesitate to seek assistance within the community, in the chat room or on the forums.

Sponsorships:

Linux Mint is proudly sponsored by:

Gold Sponsors:
Linux VPS Hosting
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Donations in March:

A total of $12,044 were raised thanks to the generous contributions of 475 donors:

$400 (7th donation), Peter F.
$323 (5th donation), Jean-françois H.
$300 (7th donation), Plamen Atanasov
$250, Alex S.
$200, paul wheaton
$200, Kenneth G.
$150, Carey J.
$129, Thomas B.
$120, George C.
$108, Slavenka O.
$100 (31st donation), Fast Junkie
$100 (5th donation), Prashanth V.
$100 (4th donation), Joe K.
$100 (3rd donation), Mark H.
$100 (2nd donation), John E.
$100, Thomas B.
$100, John M.
$100, Oren S.
$100, Slower Traffic Keep Right aka “TwEECer“
$100, Hanno Z.
$100, Joseph S.
$75, Michael C.
$65 (7th donation), Ion L. I.
$65, Georg W.
$54 (5th donation), Bernard H.
$54 (2nd donation), Andreas K.
$54 (2nd donation), Heinrich F.
$54 (2nd donation), Andreas G.
$54, Andreas F.
$54, Dirk S.
$54, Ben Coyote
$54, Luigi P.
$54, Roman B.
$54, Bernard L.
$50 (47th donation), Anthony C. aka “ciak”
$50 (25th donation), Thomas T. aka “FullTimer1489”
$50 (13th donation), Robert M.
$50 (13th donation), Peter S. aka “Pierre”
$50 (11th donation), Ian L.
$50 (6th donation), Todd W.
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$50 (4th donation), James D.
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$38 (5th donation), Ken W. aka “Tracknut”
$36 (27th donation), Michael R.
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$30 (2nd donation), Daniel R.
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$27, Stefan F.
$25 (6th donation), Timothy C.
$25 (4th donation), Gary P. S.
$25 (4th donation), Richard N.
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$25, Jon C.
$25, Kim F.
$25, Chris V.
$25, Michael H.
$24 (3rd donation), Arne D.
$22 (12th donation), Peter E.
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$22 (11th donation), Janne S.
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$22 (7th donation), Manfred W.
$22 (5th donation), Janne M.
$22 (5th donation), Ian M.
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$22 (2nd donation), Alain S.
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$22, Jens F.
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$22, Andreas W.
$22, Andries S.
$22, Julian N.
$22, David L.
$20 (32nd donation), Bryan F.
$20 (28th donation), Mike W aka “bajan52”
$20 (22nd donation), John D.
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$20 (8th donation), Brent P.
$20 (7th donation), Vladimir Litvinenko
$20 (6th donation), Douglas W.
$20 (6th donation), Gert G.
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$20 (3rd donation), Anonymous
$20 (3rd donation), Lawrence M.
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$20, Akiji H.
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$20, Joan A.
$20, Adrian C.
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$20, Johannes W.
$20, Chinmay N.
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$20, Anatoly Mikhaylichenko
$20, Wing Ming T.
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$16 (50th donation), Andreas S.
$16 (2nd donation), Marco K.
$16, Micha H.
$16, Oliver T.
$15 (3rd donation), John C.
$15, Douglas S.
$12 (121th donation), Tony C. aka “S. LaRocca”
$12 (55th donation), Johann J.
$12 (34th donation), Lance M.
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$11 (13th donation), Daniel S.
$11 (10th donation), Jeff aka “Jambalak“
$11 (8th donation), Vjeran B.
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$11 (5th donation), Gabriele I.
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$11 (3rd donation), Davide P. aka “Dragone2“
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$11 (3rd donation), Johann K.
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$11, Katrin R.
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$11, Susan D.
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$11, Andrea P.
$11, Jan C.
$11, Carlos M.
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$11, Heinz M S. aka “Harry”
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$10 (83th donation), Tree Service Kansas City
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$10, Terry R.
$10, Minneapolis Commercial Painting
$10, Jose R. aka “jodarove“
$10, Nico Julian F.
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$10, Alton K.
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$10, Arumugam V.
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$10, William D.
$10, aka “DD Digital”
$10, Grzegorz K.
$10, Stephen L.
$10, Emmanuel M.
$10, Sean G.
$8 (4th donation), Curtis M.
$7, Alexey T.
$7, Joao Odair A.
$6 (7th donation), Michał M. aka “Zaraki”
$6 (5th donation), Josef H. R. H.
$6 (3rd donation), Marco B.
$6, Kamil T.
$5 (49th donation), Bhavinder Jassar
$5 (29th donation), William Menezes
$5 (22nd donation), Hristo Gatsinski
$5 (17th donation), Thomas R.
$5 (10th donation), Sérgio D. S. S. aka “sersantos”
$5 (10th donation), A. Ruzhnikov aka “aruzhnikov”
$5 (9th donation), Štefan V. aka “Thinker8”
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$5 (8th donation), Dominik E.
$5 (6th donation), Minnigaliev R.
$5 (4th donation), Keith W.
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$5 (2nd donation), Michal B.
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$5 (2nd donation), AFELECTRONICS
$5, Francisco V.
$5, Fabien
$5, Joshua L.
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