First, I should probably explain what Peppermint Linux is. It is one of the last Linux distros that support 32-bit computers. And it runs great on older computers.
So in my test drive of the distro, the only issue came when I went to install updates after the install. I got this message:
“E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run ‘dpkg –configure -a’ to correct the problem.”
The solution is to open the Terminal and run the command it tells you to
sudo dpkg --configure -a
and it should be able to correct itself.
If it doesn’t, try running sudo apt-get install -f (to fix broken packages).
Then try running sudo dpkg –configure -a again.
When it prompts you, choose the default (N)
This is the only issue I have run into so far.