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Thunar is a solid file manager. Whilst you can add many functionalities to delete permanently (setting up a process to empty the trash everyday, with bleachbit or a cron script), if you are a terminal user, you can take a look at other terminal driven file managers as well, but I d suggest using ble...
- Mon Jul 18, 2016 2:51 am
- Forum: MX Help
- Topic: MX-15 fresh install problem after updates
- Replies: 21
- Views: 4524
Hi wherewolf. After your sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade / dist-upgrade: Did it seem like a Debian system? If the apt sources list is altered to include only pure Debian sources (by default, it is a mix of Debian and MX sources) whole of the desktop will be chaotic. The wallpaper will be...
- Thu Jul 14, 2016 3:20 am
- Forum: Themes and Screenshots
- Topic: MX-15 desktops
- Replies: 219
- Views: 73230
- Wed Jul 13, 2016 12:09 pm
- Forum: Desktop Environment
- Topic: I want a big analog clock on my XFCE desktop - Solved
- Replies: 41
- Views: 14758
Hi there, its quite old thread, but is not closed as 'Solved', so, if you still have the requirement of having a big analog clock:
Its nice, you may add it to the startup: Whisker->Settings->Session and Startup and add mx-clocky there.
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sudo apt-get install mx-clocky
- Wed Jul 13, 2016 11:44 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: does MX get enough publicity?
- Replies: 22
- Views: 6498
In a word, No. In fact, I registered in this forum only to point this out. MX is an awesome linux distribution. It should get more publicity. As Stevo pointed out, Distrowatch.com has somehow not added this as a separate distro. I wanted to contact the devs and ask them to list MX in DW. And people ...
Chromium does the job for me. MX is the only distro that I ve used that can play flash videos in Chromium ootb. I used qupzilla before, but not now as they have ported to Qt-5. Firefox is used as the backup browser. I have used midori, didn't like it that much, opera/vivaldi - not my stuff. Didn't l...
I use the old Lenovo B460e. MX 15 32 bit. Works out of the box, the only distro that works OOTB. Everything that comes bundled up works fine. The only thing I would say, as a comment, is that, maybe there could be a more modern desktop ootb. A good splash theme with MX branding for starters would be...