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Debian-based MX Linux 19.3 is now available for download

Many great Linux Destro updates like Ubuntu and Fedora have come recently. Today, another great operating system is being updated to the latest version, this time it is MX Linux 19.3. Dion based distribution offers a choice between XFS 4.14 and KDE Plasma 5.15 for the desktop environment and comes with Mesa 18.3.6.

MX Linux 19.3 is loaded with some of the best software like Gimp 2.10.12, Firefox 82, VLC 3.0.11, Clementine 1.3.1, and Thunderbird 68.12.0. Trusted LibreOffice 6.1.5 is installed by default, but you can easily upgrade to version 7.x from a repository.

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“MX-19.3 is the third update of our MX-19 release, which includes bugfixes and application updates from the original release of the MX-19. If you are already running MX-19, you do not need to reinstall. All packages are available through the regular update channel,” Explains MX Dev Group.

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The panel adds, “Standard MX-19.3 releases (32-bit and 64-bit) have the latest Debian 4.19 kernel, and unlike in the past, the kernel will now automatically update to Debian sources by default. Contains an updated firmware package. “

The developers share the updated MX applications in MX 19.3 below.

  • mx-installer (based on gazelle-installer) – Debugging related to automatic installation and ESP flag system in UEFI systems.
  • mx-snapshot – Others. Improvements including reset network connections in Qi.
  • mx-packageinstaller – Updated kernel inputs and more. Improvements
  • Others. Improvements to the AntiX Live System – No longer set alt + shift by default to switch keyboard including live system.
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If you are running MX Linux for the first time, or are an existing user who would like to update your installation media, you can get ISO 19.3 Here. If you installed it, please share your experience in the comments below.

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