MX-Fluxbox Raspberry Pi “Ragout” now Final

This Community Respin 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, implementing the light-weight and elegant desktop environment of MX’s unique implementation of Fluxbox and including elements from GNOME, Xfce and LXDE—a mix that creates a tasty ragout stew.

  • Final (21.02.20) released. Folder contains two means of obtaining Final:
    • Download the compressed full image and extract it
    • Apply the patch to the original MXFBPi_B2.img (see file on how to apply):

https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Community_Respins/Raspberry%20Pi/

Major default apps

Installation, Orientation, Software management, Support

Enjoy!

34 thoughts on “MX-Fluxbox Raspberry Pi “Ragout” now Final”

  1. This sure appears to be a great contribution for us Raspberry Pi users. I enjoyed the beta, but when I downloaded the final edition, I was stopped at the login screen. Password “raspberry” was not accepted. I’m sure I must be missing something basic. I am using a Pi4B with upgraded firmware. I installed the final edition to a 1 terabyte USB stick, and installation was normal with Imager. I checked with the Md5sum checksum(s)- before and after extraction. The password seems to be the problem.

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    • Nope, it’s raspberry–as it was for the Beta. With a thousand downloads now, you’re the only one reporting trouble, so check your CapsLock.

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      • If you from germany, type “raspberrz”. Y and Z are swapped on US-Keyboard.
        After Login use raspi-config (the raspberry icon in line row on the left side) and change your language und keyboard to german.

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  2. I ‘ll keep trying. It will something simple like that. Tried it previously with caps lock off and on. I do thank you for the quick answer.

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  3. Much appreciated for all your great work. Having said this, I’d appreciate it if you didn’t require the end user to apply any patches to the downloaded images. Isn’t there enough disk space such that no patching is necessary? No offense, but disk space isn’t all that expensive these days.

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  4. Hello !
    I have the problem (Final ROM) that after every reboot or start..relogg etc. the refresh rate is set to 50Hz on my TV. The autostart entries seem to be ignored (xrandr..). In the beta this was not the case. Apparently a newer version of “Fluxbox” is integrated in the final. Can I manually solve the problem ?

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  5. Awesome! Just one small recommendation, maybe it’s better to include mpv player by default instead of VLC. It’s lighter and generally runs better on weak hardware.

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    • Thanks. We had no problems with VLC during development testing on Pi 4/400, but I take that into consideration for the next version.

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  6. Firstly, how to run this MX Fluxbox edition on QEMU virtual machine? Any documentation will be highly appreciated. Secondly, congratulations for the release!

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  7. Hi Jerry, Hi everyone,

    First of all, thank you and the MX Linux community very much for the very valuable work you put into Respin. 🙂

    As a linux noob, I hope you will not mind my asking the following question: would you please confirm if Respin does implement systemd-shim and does disable systemd by default?

    Thank you, in advance, for your attention and reply.

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  8. Very nice, always good have this OS choice in rasps… but only two things …

    if MX Linux is represented : 1- 64bit? 2- FLUXBOX?

    I have my choices and make all the changes needed for another window manager

    but some usere dont know how to do(TIME IS MONEY)…

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