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
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?
MX15 and MX16 are now at End of Life and support for those versions is ceasing. This coincides with the End of Life for Debian Jessie. Sometime in the next couple of weeks, there will be updates to the apt-mx and mx-repo-list packages that will provide a “mxXX-archive.list” file with archived repository information. The MX … Read more MX15 and MX16 are End of Life
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
June 1, 2020Updated iso images–direct download:https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Final/ Mirrors will populate over time. Other download locations: https://mxlinux.org/download-links/ Torrents here: https://mxlinux.org/torrent-files/ We are pleased to offer MX-19.2. for your use. MX-19.2 is the second refresh of our MX-19 release, consisting of bugfixes and application updates since our original release of MX-19. If you are already running MX-19, there … Read more MX-19.2 now available!
The MX Linux Devs and Community are happy to announce the release of MX-Fluxbox 2.1, a point release and significant upgrade for this fully integrated overlay to MX Linux. Besides incorporating bug fixes and package updates from the last three months, this release brings new apps and revised settings to create a tighter and more … Read more MX-Fluxbox 2.1 apps and settings released
Recently MX team member fehlix undertook a project to update the conky configurations contained in the mx-conky-data package with a variety of fixes and enhancements. This includes improved handling of temperature, network, battery, and clock monitors, conversion to the newer lua conky syntax, and a some fixes that allow better operation without a compositor enabled … Read more New conky configurations in latest updates (and a new conky-manager as well)
February 15, 2020 Updated iso images –direct download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Final/ Mirrors will populate over time. Other download locations: https://mxlinux.org/download-links/ Torrents here: https://mxlinux.org/torrent-files/ We are pleased to offer MX-19.1. for your use. MX-19.1 is a refresh of our MX-19 release, consisting of bugfixes and application updates since our original release of MX-19. If you are already running … Read more MX-19.1 now available!
We are pleased to announce MX-Fluxbox 2.0, a project by Devs and the Community that unites the speed, low resource use and elegance of fluxbox with the toolset from MX Linux. After installation, access is simple by selecting fluxbox from the Session chooser above the login box. As with the first MX-Fluxbox release, the easiest … Read more MX-Fluxbox 2.0 settings now available
Feb 10, 2020 This week we will be removing the antiX repos from our default sources. By default, these are all contained within /etc/apt/sources.list.d/antix.list. The reason is to allow maximum flexibility for both antiX and MX to develop special versions of packages without stepping on each other’s toes. The relationship between antiX and MX has … Read more Changes to MX default apt sources coming soon.