Here are the mirrors of MX Linux ISOs that are known to us. Click on the architecture link (386 or x64) you need from the mirror that you want, usually the one closest to you. Snapshots begin a few months after any Original Release, and include all upgrades and subsequent bug fixes since the Original; for this reason they are preferred by many users as time goes on.
The folders containing the ISOs linked below also include files for zsync, a file transfer program that runs on the command line and allows you to download a file of which you already have an older copy on your computer much more quickly.
checksums and signatures
To check the integrity of the downloaded ISO in Linux, click to download the md5 or sha256 file into the same folder where the ISO is, and use the appropriate action below:
- md5: right-click the downloaded md5 file > Check data integrity.
- sha256: open a terminal and type: sha256sum <File name of ISO>, then compare with the number above. NOTE: the Snapshots use sha512 instead so change the command accordingly.
- Consult the Wiki for other options.
In Windows, the easiest way to ensure integrity (as well as to create the live USB) is to use the USB formatting utility Rufus, which automatically runs a check.
On signatures, see the Wiki article.
- user demo >> demo
- user root >> root
- The most recent information can be reviewed in the running list.
- Mirrors may not yet contain a very recent release, and will show a “404 Not found” until they do.