Sunday morning's upgrade broke VLC. Download the new file in the SourceForge directory HOW TO FIX VLC here:


This VLC problem only affects the RPi version.

Know C and GTK? Want to help a great project?

Consider looking into issues with the next release of .

There are lots of places to help, but if you need a suggestion, how about this one having to do with Qt popup notifications:

Xfce 4.16 pre 2 packages are available for testing.

MX forum users can find the info in the Application Development forum.

Fair warning...there will be issues, we've noted some, so be sure to read the whole post.

When Xfce 4.16 pre2 will be available?

==> Probably soon, but strictly in a testing sense... its got issues on Debian 10. -Dolphin Oracle

Good stuff here!

MX dev "m_pav" has some updates to his "base" iso respins, including versions that boot directly to fluxbox. Get the deets here:


Nice change for this highly useful app!

==> Some small fixes to mx-tools app, new version should start much faster.

About HP drivers in MX-19.3:

Drivers should be built in. Just use: hp-setup -u

mx-fluxbox-data updata issue this morning. The problem doesn't cause anything serious to go wrong, but the system will report the error (stale file handles).


MX-19.3 is available as RC for a quick round of testing.

Looking especially for any regressions, things that were working in 19.2 but not in 19.3.


Base (stripped) versions of MX Linux have been released as a personal re-spin from developer m_pav!

Includes Xfce and Fluxbox 32bit, Xfce 64bit. Details in Blog post:


MX-FLuxbox users: a new package has been released called mxfb-goodies.

Check out the video and Blog:

MXFB users: we're looking for some testing of a new graphic app to set up and manage the separate backgrounds:

Uploaded are monthly snapshots for MXLinux on SourceForge.

Short URL:

This time updated KDE and 64bit AHS ISOs too.

(this is only for people who don't have MX installed, if you have it installed just run regular updates).

Just released MX Workbench, a live-USB Linux build made with MX tools is that is meant to be a "Swiss Army" kind of tool for sysadmins, containing a bunch of useful programs.


Do you like Linux Mint's warpinator? Try it on MX as well.

Just install it from the Test Repo tab of MX Package Installer.

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