Development Release: MX Linux 21 Beta 2
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The second beta of the upcoming MX Linux 21 is now ready for testing. This new build of the popular Debian-based distribution is available in Xfce, KDE Plasma and Fluxbox editions: “MX 21 beta 2 is now available for testing. MX 21 is built from Debian ‘Bullseye’ and MX repositories. Things that are new in MX 21: new and updated applications; new installer partition selection area, including some LVM support if LVM volume exists already; new UEFI live system boot menus - now you can select your live boot options (e.g. persistence) from the boot menu and submenus rather than using the previous console menus. Xfce 4.16, KDE Plasma 5.20, Fluxbox 1.3.7 with mx-fluxbox 3.0 configurations; user password (sudo) for admin tasks by default. Changes with beta 2: updated installer and live system to latest versions; some translation updates but most are still in progress; the live menus now include special features like rollback options for remasters gone wrong; we added the mesa Vulkan drivers to the default package set…” Continue to the release announcement for further information and known issues. Download (pkglist MX-21_beta2_x64.iso (1,745MB, SHA256, signature), MX-21_KDE_beta2_x64.iso (2,414MB, SHA256, signature), MX-21_fluxbox_beta2_x64.iso (1,351MB, SHA256, signature).
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