MX Linux project now offers a Raspberry Pi community edition with the Fluxbox window manager that you can try right now on your Raspberry Pi 3, 4 or 400 computer.
Multimedia-oriented AV Linux distro has a new major release based on the systemd-free MX Linux operating system and featuring many new and updated audio tools. Here’s what’s new with a video preview!
MX Linux 19.3 distribution is now available for download based on Debian GNU/Linux 10.6 “Buster.” This release updates the Linux kernels to address a recent BleedingTooth vulnerability and includes various improvements.
The MX Linux 19.2 KDE Edition distribution has been officially released and it is now available for download. This release is based on the Debian GNU/Linux 10 “Buster” operating system series and Linux kernel 5.6.
The Release Candidate of the upcoming MX Linux 19.2 KDE Edition distribution is now available for public testing. Your help is needed to test and report issues before the final release hits the streets.
MX Linux 19.2 KDE Plasma Edition gets closer to release as a second beta version is now available for public testing with various bug fixes and improvements.
The MX Linux distribution now has an official KDE Plasma flavor. The first release comes as an Advanced Hardware Support (AHS) ISO image only for 64-bit systems, ready for public beta testing today.
By popular request, Star Labs now offers the lightweight, systemd-free and Debian-based MX Linux distribution pre-installed on their Linux laptops. So you can now buy a Linux laptop from them with MX Linux pre-installed.
The systemd-free MX Linux 19.2 distribution is now available for download. This release ships with an updated installer, Linux kernel 5.6, Mesa 20 graphics stack, and latest package updates from the Debian GNU/Linux 10.4 “Buster” release.
MX Linux 19.1 distribution is now available for download with a new “Advanced Hardware Support” ISO image for newer hardware and latest software updates from Debian GNU/Linux.