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gdevilspie is a neat little GTK+ app that serves as a frontend (GUI) for devilspie2 that makes all sorts of detailed manipulations on windows very easy. In general, it is used by creating a new rule, describing what you want to manipulate and how it should act. Details can be found under Links, below.
This tool greatly simplifies the process of changing the package repositories that are use for updating/upgrading and installation. For a general background on repositories, consult Section 5.2 of the relevant Users Manual.
The sources are set during installation depending on the selected timezone and language, and will generally work well. But there are many instances where a user might wish to change those selections.
The mirrors listed below are tracking the following upstream sources on a 12h cycle:
The Users Manual is produced by the MX Linux Community in American Standard English. It can be converted to another language using the Google Translate pull-down menu, which provides a basic translation which, though useful, is often difficult to understand.
Community members are working on correcting these machine translations (THANKS!), beginning with Sections 1 (Introduction) and 3 (Configuration). This page keeps track of the completed Sections by language.
This page (from MX Linux user asqwerth) describes the ability to open programs or activate certain actions/effects by moving the cursor over a specified corner of the desktop .
This tab shows the results of scanning the network hardware on your system. You will use that information to determine which driver(s) you need using the Linux Wireless site.
Here you can see the linux drivers that are loaded, as well as the ones that are blacklisted.
MX Apt-notifier (also known as MX Updater) is released under the GNU GPL v. 3 license, whose full text can be found both online and onboard. The core statement is as follows: