Distribution Release: antiX 19.1
Distrowatch last edited by
antiX, a lightweight, desktop Linux distribution featuring IceWM as the default window manager, has been upgraded to version 19.1. Although largely a bug-fix release, the new version also updates IceWM to version 1.6.3: “antiX-19.1 bug-fix/upgrade ISO images available. All new ISO images are bug-fix/upgrades of antiX 19 SysVInit series. Only for new users, no need to download if using antiX 19. antiX 19.1 is based on Debian ‘Buster’ and is systemd-free. As usual, we offer the following systemd-free flavours for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures: antiX-full with four windows managers – IceWM (default), Fluxbox, JWM and herbstluftwm, plus full LibreOffice suite; antiX-base with 4 windows managers – IceWM (default), Fluxbox, JWM and herbstluftwm; antiX-core with no X window; antiX-net with no X window and just enough to get you connected (wired) and ready to build. The 32-bit edition uses a non-PAE kernel. Changes: 4.9.200 Linux kernel; Firefox 68.3.0esr; disk-manager included; Ceni network manager included, but ConnMan remains the default.” Here is the full release announcement.. Quick links to download the two “Full” variants: antiX-19.1_x64-full.iso (1,106MB, SHA256, signature, pkglist), antiX-19.1_386-full.iso (1,138MB, SHA256, signature).
(Feed generated with FetchRSS)