MX Linux 19 beta 3 ready for testing

MX Linux 19 beta 3: From iGuRu.gr we highly recommend distributing MX Linux. This is a Debian-based distribution that came from a partnership between the antiX and MEPIS Linux communities that has stopped growing.

It uses Xfce as the default desktop , and is one which combines an elegant and efficient desktop with simple settings, high stability, solid performance (from Debian), but also a minimal footprint. MX Linux 19 beta 3

In short it is a fairly light distribution that sacrifices nothing of quality.

All of the above, but also the special distribution tools make it very easy for Windows users who thinking about changing operating system.

So today, project developers have announced the third beta release of MX Linux 19. The beta version of the distribution is built on Debian 10 and features a custom desktop (Xfce 4.14).

The Communication states inter alia:

“MX Linux 19 beta 3 available for testing. It is the last beta before the candidate. The beta version includes the latest updates from debian 10.1 'Buster', the antiX distribution:

Xfce 4.14, GIMP 2.10.12, MESA 18.3.6, updated firmware, Debian 4.19 kernel, Firefox 69, VLC 3.0.8, Clementine 1.3.1, 60.8.0, LibreOffice 6.1.5 (συν τα security fixes). Νέα και ενημερωμένα mx-apps: mx-installer (με βάση το gazelle-installer) διορθώσεις σχετικά με automount, MX and Time με ευκολότερες ρυθμίσεις του ρολογιού, formatusb για τη μορφοποίηση (εννοεί το format) συσκευών αποθήκευσης usb, mx-packageinstaller που εμφανίζει πλέον τον αριθμό έκδοσης στις εφαρμογές Flatpak, πακέτο mx-alerts για την αποστολή μηνυμάτων ανάγκης στους χρήστες, το mx-updater δεν χρειάζεται πια κωδικό για να ελέγξει για ενημερώσεις ή για την εγκατάσταση ενημερώσεων), νέα ταπετσαρία (πακέτο mx19-artwork).

Download the new version of MX Linux 19 beta 3

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  1. You didn't mention the most important, that to some extent it is Greek, because of antiX, that it does not use systemd, but sysvinit by default, although you can boot into systemd but without any forum support. The best I've used in recent years. I'm expecting the stable release to run on all my computers, now running 18.3.

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