MX-Base released with all the goodness of MX but minimal apps
Available in both 32-bit (Xfce and Fluxbox) and 64-bit (Xfce only) variants, the Dev team are pleased to announce our first Base version is available. Like MX Workbench, it is a personal respin that has been reviewed by the Dev Team; MX Dev m_pav has been developing and testing this for a long time.
These MX-19.2 base ISOs have been designed to contain the full goodness of the MX Linux system, without the accompanying desktop, productivity apps, games, etc normally found on our regular ISO. For all intents and purposes, they will work just like any other MX system, except you get to choose your own apps and additional features. The Xfce ISOs do not include MX-Fluxbox, which is available in a dedicated release using the most recent version 2.2
MX-Base is perfect for people who desire to run MX in a single use environment. Here are some real world examples of tested employment of such Base systems.
- Personal Samba File and Print Server
- VirtualBox host
- Surveillance System host
- Personal Web Server
- Clean Development platform host
- Remote Desktop host
- Wireless DHCP & NAT Router (Personal Hotspot)
3 ISO’s have been made available.
- MX-19.2_base_x64.iso – Xfce 64-bit, 1.1GB
- MX-19.2_base_386.iso – Xfce 32-bit 1.1GB
- MX-19.2_flux_base_386.iso – Fluxbox 32-bit 1.2GB
Download from our Sourceforge Community_Respins repo
Feedback thread: https://forum.mxlinux.org/viewtopic.php?f=127&t=60896