The AV Linux team has released a new version, AV Linux 2020.11.23, as a complete new project under AV Linux MX Edition (AVL-MXE), switching its original base from earlier Debian 10 “Buster” to the new MX Linux 19.3 “Patito Feo” release.
AV Linux, being a multimedia-oriented Linux operating system contains a huge collection of graphics, audio and video production software for media creators.
What's New in AV Linux 2020.11.23 Release?
Given the switch from its original base of earlier Debian 10 “Buster” to the new MX Linux 19.3 “Patito Feo” release, means that it's the first build based on MX Linux (AVL-MXE) and it comes in two editions: one for the x86_64 platform with Xfce desktop, Linux Kernel 5.9.1-rt20, and the other for i386 platform with (Xfce plus) Openbox window manager, Kernel 5.9.1-rt19.
AVL-MXE offers selected repositories that are specifically created for users of Debian GNU/Linux, unlike the MX Linux approach that provides only trusted third-party repositories for software packages. With such Debian repositories as follows contained in this new edition:
- Liquorix Kernel Repository
- AVL-MXE Kernel Repository
- Debian Docker Community Edition
- WineHQ Wine Repositories
- Cinelerra-GG Repository
- KXStudio Repositories
Additionally, the AV Linux MX Edition features expanded AVL-MXE Assistant, Custom Realtime Preempt Kernel for optimal low-latency Audio potential, One-click removal of all Demoware and extensive Audio/Video and Administrator-friendly Custom Actions, among other key functionalities.
How to Download or Upgrade to AV Linux 2020.11.23
For new users who want to give this new edition a spin, the ISO image can be downloaded from the links: AVL-MXE 2020.11.23 Openbox (32-bit) and AVL-MXE 2020.11.23 Xfce (64-bit) for the respective architectures.
And for an in-depth guide on the new AV Linux MX Edition, you can check out the AVL-MXE user manual for more information.