MX-21.1 respin “Workbench” released

The Community Respin “Workbench” from MX Dev Adrian has been updated and upgraded for MX-21.1. Not meant for installation*, this extremely handy toolset is meant to be a kind of “Swiss Army knife” for sysadmins and others who want to have a highly customizable Live CD/DVD that is able to run different recovery and admin … Read more

Repos — MX-21

Default repositories Sources of software packages are listed in files contained in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/. Note that users may see minor changes due to localization (e.g., instead of or choice of mirror. mx.list # MX Community Main and Test Repos deb bullseye main non-free #deb bullseye test #deb bullseye ahs debian-stable-updates.list # Debian Stable Updates deb bullseye-updates main contrib non-free … Read more

MX-Linux_Raspberry Pi respin “Ragout2” released

Download: Intro video: Documentation: Ctrl+F1, or “?” icon on dock Feedback: It is a great pleasure to announce the release of MXRPi_220307 “Ragout2”, a personal respin with strong MX Dev support that unites Raspberry Pi with MX-Linux and offers two lightweight window managers: Fluxbox and Openbox. Features 32 bit Debian 10 (Buster) … Read more

MX-Linux Raspberry Pi respin “Ragout2” beta

Introduction A major upgrade of the Raspberry Pi Community Respin 21.02.20, “Ragout2” provides a stable, fast and fun OS for use with Raspberry Pi 3 and later devices. It unites the user-centered goodness of MX Linux with the educational flexibility of Raspberry Pi OS (=RPi), implementing the light-weight and elegant desktop MX’s unique implementations of … Read more

Signed ISO files

As of the antiX-15.1 release (March 16, 2016), both antiX Main and antiX MX iso files to be downloaded have been signed by the appropriate lead dev. Also, MX snapshots and remasters are now signed. antiX and MX devs strongly advise users to verify the iso files for authenticity by following the steps below. ISO … Read more

Docklike Taskbar

In MX-21, the new Docklike Taskbar (xfce4-docklike-plugin) replaces the Xfce Window Buttons used in previous MX releases. It is a lightweight, modern, and minimalist taskbar for Xfce. It provides the same functionality as Xfce Window Buttons, while also providing more advanced “dock” like features. Window Buttons can be restored by right-clicking an empty space > … Read more


Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) software is produced in such a way that it allows a second party to adapt original software (here: an MX release) to new usage. This is useful for selling or giving away a computer with an OS pre-loaded on it. Any MX Linux version can be installed as an OEM by using … Read more

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