0:00 Cold Open
1:46 It's Piney in Here
9:13 MX Linux History
59:41 Thoughts on MX Linux
1:27:57 App Focus: FreshRSS
1:36:11 Next Time
Coming up in this episode
- It smells like Pine trees in here...
- We have swagbags
- The extra large history of MX Linux
- Our thoughts on a month of MX
- All the news that's picked to print!
- Leadership: Adrian, Dolphin Oracle, Jerry3904
- Spokesperson: Dolphin Oracle
- Site: mxlinux.org
- Base System: Debian Stable
- Desktop Environment: XFCE, Plasma, Fluxbox
- File Manager: Thunar, Dolphin
- Package Manager: dpkg, apt
- Kernel: 5.10 LTS or 5.14 AHS
- Display Manager: lightdm, sddm
- Display Protocol: X11
- Init System: SysVinit with systemd installed
- Wikipedia page for MX Linux
- About MX Linux from the MX Linux website
- "MX is based on AntiX Core
- Interview with Warren Woodford of MEPIS
- Warren's last announcement on MEPIS
- Jerry3904 notes it in the forum
- Some MX startup facts
- Mar 24 2014, MX-14 Symbiosis Released
- The Blog is launched.
- MX-17 Horizon is released
- Some incorrect package dependencies forced an incomplete upgrade
- MX-18 Continuum released
- The new website was launched
- A kernel issue showed up
- MX-19, Patito Feo was released
- MX backports the Debian 10 kernel
- The AHS repo was born
- The Fluxbox 2.0 beta was ready
- Starlabs offers MX Linux Preinstalled
- The MX Workbench is released!
- No MX20 announcement
- XFCE 4.16 is available
- MX-Fluxbox "Ragout" for the Raspberry Pi released
- MX-21 Wildflower Released
- The first beta of the Raspberry Pi respin, Ragout2
- runwiththedolphin YouTube channel
- Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Linux User Space Discord Server
- Our Matrix room
- Support us at Patreon
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- Watch us on YouTube
- Our latest social platform reddit
- Check out our website https://linuxuserspace.show
This episode's app:
With us trying out MX Linux for this past month, that means our next show will be topic based. We have a few topics planned for you and all of them will affect you in the Linux User Space.
Our next distro to check out is Slackware Linux
Join us in two weeks when we return to the Linux User Space
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