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Is "Mint" taboo? [duplicate]

I use Linux Mint 17.1 which is based on Ubuntu 14.04. I thought to ask/contribute here on Trusty issues and on the Mint forums over Mint issues. Last time I went to make a contribution a warning ...
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Can I ask questions about Linux Mint here? [duplicate]

First of all, I am not an expert at computer, and I am totally new to Linux. Hello there. As I said, I am new to Linux; A few days ago I installed Linux Mint in my Exo PC. But I am having some ...
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Is it relevant to ask questions for other distros based on Ubuntu (e.g. GalliumOS)? [duplicate]

Since I just switched to using GalliumOS, I want to know if asking questions about distros that are not Ubuntu, but are still based on Ubuntu are relevant. GalliumOS is based on Ubuntu 15.10, so would ...
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Can I ask questions about JoliOs here [duplicate]

Can I ask questions about JoliOs here, I know in the FAQ they say I can't ask questions on Linux mint and the like but on their website (www.jolicloud.com) they say if I got any problem I should ask ...
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Ask Ubuntu definition [duplicate]

Is there any way that this site would/could use the possibility of defining that it is strictly Official Ubuntu and Canonical supported offshoots of Ubuntu? I had originally thought that this site ...
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Is it appropriate to ask about Zorin OS here, as it's built on Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I don't know if the issue is with Ubuntu or if it's with Zorin but when I try to add my Facebook account with the GNOME Online Accounts menu, I get this error message: Error getting identity: Could ...
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About Linux Mint 18 [duplicate]

I installed Linux Mint 18 on a separate partition on my PC. When I want to ask a question about any problem I encounter: Can I do so in Ask Ubuntu? Or should I use the Linux Mint forums?
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Can't I ask about other (Debian based) distros as well as Ubuntu? [duplicate]

As Ubuntu is based on Debian and there are other flavors of it like Kubuntu, Xubuntu, MATE, EdUbuntu, Lubuntu and so on, is asking about Mint or Debian or other Debian-based distros on topic here? Or ...
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Can questions related to Linux Mint asked here? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Linux Mint (and other unofficial derivatives) - on topic? I am terribly sorry for the newbie question ,but since Linux Mint is ubuntu based I.suppose this place is also ...
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Can I ask questions on Linux Mint on this forum [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Linux Mint (and other unofficial derivatives) - on topic? Can I post questions on Linux Mint in this forum? Linux Mint is a spinoff based on Debian & Ubuntu, so is it ...
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Can you talk about Ubuntu-based Distros on Ask Ubuntu? [duplicate]

For example, can you ask questions about OSes like Pop!_OS by System76 on this website, or can you only talk about Ubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie, etc. only?
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How far a fork distributions is on topic on Ask-Ubuntu? (is this question on-topic?) [duplicate]

I was trying to answer this question, but as you may notice, it has serious issues that made you think is off-topic: It could be a bug/limitation of samba/CIFS. The asker is using a "heavily" ...
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Migration Paths?

Migration paths allow for questions to be moved from Ask Ubuntu to other sites in the Stack Exchange network. The idea is that rather than simply closing questions as being "off-topic", then the ...
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Why are questions about (specifically) Ubuntu based distros off-limits?

I can understand (in general) questions about non-Ubuntu distros being off-limits. But is there a reason that questions about distros like Linux Mint which derive directly from Ubuntu are also off-...
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Shouldn't we stop closing questions instantly as Off-Topic if we see the words "mint", "debian", etc.?

I'm not suggesting that Mint is on-topic, but recently I've noticed questions getting closed as Off Topic, just because a question contains the word "Mint" or "Debian". If you need to close them, I ...
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