Nope, not 21.3. It's 21.2Things I should do now I've installed LM 21.3?
150 GB? I have a 750 GB external HDD. Can the Timesnift be stored on a partition? The Lenovvo has a 1 TB drive. If I ever find, I'll use my missing 500 GB pen drive...That Timeshift snapshot, is best kept on an external drive....something you have at least 150gb spare space on.....and that drive needs to be formatted to ext4
if you do not have a drive spare that you can use, you can save the first couple of snapshots to the drive that Linux Mint 21.2 is installed on. That will be enough to keep you out of trouble until you get another drive
If you look down in the system tray....that's where the clock is...on the bottom right hand side....you will see the little shield icon....and it will likely have a small red dot in it.
That means you have updates to install. There will be quite a few of them.
That will be the very first thing to do.
There will be a kernel update in among those updates.......when the updates are finished there will be a notice on the desktop, usually at the top of the update screen, telling you to reboot asap. That reboot ensures that the kernel is installed properly.
Well done, you finally mastered it. Staying calm and having a think is key to a lot of what has to be done.
If that doesnt work?...ASK. WE have no problem answering anything and everything. One of the "drawbacks" to a site like this is that every man and his dog have a different opinion and a different approach and a different way of doing just about everything.
That can be very confusing, and can end up causing you problems.
Again...if you are unsure...ASK
When I looked at the settings I more than default options. I can set how often it automatically takes a snapshot, daily, monthly and so on. I can disable automatic snapshots and I can take them manually. I'm not sure if this what you mean. I'm still learning ABC's! As of right now, I have the installation I started with. If I have to, I can just start over again. Right now, I'm just trying to learn how to spell! One thing at a time. Everything is very new!