MX-Fluxbox was just upgraded: what now?

1. Things are a bit different for MX-Fluxbox users because the core of this Window Manager—the actual package named “mx-fluxbox”–contains files that need to be located inside the /home directory. That means that the upgrade process can not be completed without the user’s active participation—i.e., it’s not enough to just provide the root password at … Read more MX-Fluxbox was just upgraded: what now?

MX-Fluxbox 2.0 ready for testing

After a lot of hard work by the MX Devs and Community members, MX-Fluxbox 2.0 is ready for beta testing. The list of contributors is too long for me to spell out this early in the morning, but I am very grateful for the fantastic support the project has enjoyed. InstallationURL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bHjyyV … sp=sharing md5sum: 236376ce1cb34c7b028ce6a6506c7113 … Read more MX-Fluxbox 2.0 ready for testing

MX-fluxbox released as fully integrated overlay

MX Linux has made Desktop Environments and Window Managers available through the Package Installer since the beginning of time (well, since 2014). But those are basic vanilla install packages, essentially unaltered for MX Linux use. That pattern changed with the release on December 12 2019 of MX-fluxbox, a version of fluxbox developed specifically as a … Read more MX-fluxbox released as fully integrated overlay

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