Linux Mint 15 Released
Many people have been wondering what the official release date for Linux Mint 15 will be. The Mint team is known for not providing a firm release calendar. It's been about a week and a half since the Release Candidate for Linux Mint 15 "Olivia" was released and I've noticed that a few people have posted on Google+ that Linux Mint 15 has been released.
All Versions Available
Checking some of the mirrors, it does appear that the final iso files have been uploaded. The regular versions are dated May 24 and the No Codecs versions are dated May 27.
Checking the Linux Mint Blog, there is
still no official release announcement at the time of this writing. I also have not been able to find any torrent files for the new version on Mint's torrent tracker.
Download Linux Mint 15
Regardless of the lack of release announcement and missing torrent files, it does appear that the final release version of Linux Mint 15 is complete and available for download. So if you're anxious to get it installed, go to one of the Linux Mint mirrors and download your preferred version.
For your convenience, here are the MD5 hashes for the various versions.
Have a minty day!
UPDATE: It's official now. Linux Mint 15 has been released.
Just installed it over 14 on my laptop. No major issues, for the weather applet problem it was just a matter of installing gconf from the software center and configuring the weather settings from there. Since I left my /home partition intact as I reinstall applications they just come right up with my previous settings. Very nice indeed.
Woot! Where's the KDE version?
Great news! Thanks for notifying.
I'll put Olivia on a spare laptop I have somewhere (I simply don't have the balls to put it on my main machine, - at least not yet).