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MX Linux – Xfce v21.1
MX Linux is a cooperative venture between the antiX and MX Linux communities.
It is a family of operating systems (This download is the version with the Xfce desktop) that are designed to combine elegant and efficient desktops with high stability and solid performance. MX’s graphical tools provide an easy way to do a wide variety of tasks, while the Live USB and snapshot tools inherited from antiX add impressive portability and remastering capabilities. Extensive support is available through videos, documentation and a very friendly forum.
MX Linux – Xfce is the flagship. It is a midweight desktop environment that aims to be fast and low-resource, while still being attractive and user-friendly. It augments the native Xfce configuration with unique features:
Usage and Install Videos
Disk manager: a gui for /etc/fstab
Booting systemd on MX Linux (using mx-boot-options tool)
MX Linux: Conkies and Colors
Running snap packages on MX Linux
Make a full-featured antiX/MX live-usb
Live boot menu overview
Comparing ram and cpu usage of antiX and MX-21 on low spec hardware
MX-21 Kernel management
Introducing MX 21
Do a “Regular” install of MX-21
Installing MX-21 with custom partition options
Installing MX-21 with btrfs
user demo: demo
user root: root
How to make the USB
A full-featured bootable (Live) USB can be made from an ISO by using MX’s Live USB Maker tool. Users of other Linux distributions can download and run the Live USB Maker appimage right from their current distro to create a full-featured Live MX USB from any standard ISO.
Other graphical USB creators that write a Read-Only image of the ISO onto USB (e.g., openSUSE Imagewriter or Mint USB Image Writer) may also be used to create a Live USB, but it will lack the advanced live features available to MX. If you want to create a USB on a Windows base, we suggest you use Rufus, which supports the bootloader.
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