MX-19.2 KDE now available

MX-19.2 KDE now available. August 16, 2020 –direct download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/Final Mirror sites are also available: https://mxlinux.org/wiki/system/iso-download-mirrors/ . Note it may take time for the mirrors to sync with the main download site. Torrent files here: https://mxlinux.org/torrent-files/ We are pleased to offer MX-19.2 KDE for your use. MX-19.2 KDE is an Advanced Hardware Support (AHS) enabled … Read more MX-19.2 KDE now available

MX-19.2 KDE RC 1 available for testing

MX-19.2 KDE RC 1 available for testing August 9, 2020 Release Candidate testing release –direct download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Testing/MX-19.2_KDE/ Xdelta files are provided for users of MX-19.2 KDE Beta 2. You can build a RC1 iso from a Beta 2 iso by downloading the B2-RC1.xdelta3 file to the directory with your Beta 2 iso and using the … Read more MX-19.2 KDE RC 1 available for testing

MX-19.2 KDE Beta 2 available for testing

July 17, 2020 BETA testing release –direct download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Testing/MX-19.2_KDE/ We are pleased to offer MX-19.2 KDE Beta 2 for testing purposes. Bug fixes since beta 1: dbus message during login is now resolved kernel sandboxing enabled by default network-manager should now default to “all users can connect” a “test” MX Look-and-feel theme has been added, … Read more MX-19.2 KDE Beta 2 available for testing

MX-19.2 KDE Beta 1 available for testing

MX-19.2 KDE Beta 1 available for testing July 5, 2020 BETA testing release –direct download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Testing/MX-19.2_KDE/ We are pleased to offer MX-19.2 KDE Beta 1 for testing purposes. MX-19.2 KDE is an Advanced Hardware Support (AHS) enabled 64-bit only version of MX featuring the KDE/plasma desktop. Applications utilizing Qt library frameworks are given a preference … Read more MX-19.2 KDE Beta 1 available for testing

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?

Guess what? There is a now a PC available with MX Linux Preinstalled

When we set out creating MX Linux 6 years ago, we honestly never thought a day would come when MX would be found preinstalled on vendor-offered PC. That was for the likes of the big boys like Ubuntu, not for little guys like MX. Fast forward 6 years. The PC business is starting to see … Read more Guess what? There is a now a PC available with MX Linux Preinstalled

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