MX-21 BETA 2 released for testing
On 5th September 2021, the MX Linux team has announced the availability of MX-21 BETA 2 for testing. The MX-21 BETA release includes Xfce, Fluxbox, and KDE Plasma flavors. The MX-21 release inherits from the Debian Bullseye branch, and it also contains package updates from both Bullseye and MX package repositories.
The significant highlights in the MX-21 BETA release are as follows:
- Xfce 4.16, Plasma 5.20, Fluxbox 1.3.7 with MX-Fluxbox 3.0 configs
- User password (sudo) for admin tasks by default. You can switch this in MX-tweak -> Other tab.
- New UEFI live system boot menus. Now users can select their live boot options (persistence, etc…) from the boot menu and submenus rather than using the previous console menus.
For further information, release announcement, download links, and feedbacks please proceed to MX-21 BETA 2 release announcement.
MX 19.2 KDE screenshots
01 MX Welcome01.1 About MX02 MX Plasma Desktop03 Application Menu04 Dolphin File Manager05 Konsole Terminal06 Yakuake Dropdown terminal07 Busy Desktop08 Window switching09 Firefox Browser10 VLC Media Player11 digikam12 Gwenview13 Clementine Music Player14 LibreOffice15 GIMP splash16 GIMP in action17 MX-Updater18 MX-Tools19 MX-Tweaks20 MX Software21 MX Flatpak22 System Settings23 Background Selection24 Resource Usage - KSysGuard25 Resource Usage - htop26 Resource Usage - top27 Calendar Widget28 Battery and brightness widget29 Leave Menu30 Leave Confirmation
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