Distribution Release: antiX 19.4
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The developers of antiX, a lightweight desktop Linux distribution featuring IceWM as the default window manager, have released version 19.4. The new build of the project’s Debian-based distribution (with a choice of SysV and Runit init systems, available for i386 and x86_64 architectures) updates the IceWM window manager to version 2.3.4 and introduces the SeaMonkey web browser to some of its editions: “antiX-19.4 (Grup Yorum) available. All new ISO images are bug-fix, upgrades, improvements of antiX-19 SysV and Runit series. Changes: more options in the installer; SeaMonkey browser included in Full and Base editions; mps-tube removed (it seems to be broken); ytfzf included - it opens and downloads YouTube clips using mpv and youtube-dl; improved and updated localisation; newer 4.9 Linux kernel; Firefox 78.10.0esr; LibreOffice 7.0.4rc2; IceWM upgraded to the latest upstream version (2.3.4); latest firmware backported from Debian ‘sid’; various upstream Debian security upgrades; base edition fits on a CD; iso-snashot-cli replaces iso-snapshot (gui) on base edition…” See the release announcement for further details and known issues. Download (pkglist): antiX-19.4_x64-full.iso (1,201MB, SHA256, signature), antiX-19.4_386-full.iso (1,236MB, SHA256, signature), antiX-19.4-runit_x64-full.iso (1,205MB, SHA256, signature), antiX-19.4-runit_386-full.iso (1,241MB, SHA256, signature).
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