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Old 12-05-2017, 02:19 AM   #1
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*Does mx linux os have these apps?


Hello.Are these applications available or the equivalent of on Mx linux os?:software center,disks,google chrome,character map,onboard keyboard,pinta image editor,screenshot,cheese webcam booth,calender,libreoffice,calculator,screen magnifier,kazam,image viewer,video player,music player
 
Old 12-05-2017, 03:28 AM   #2
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please inform yourself before starting a thread for every question that pops in your head.
http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=mx
 
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Old 04-28-2018, 11:25 PM   #3
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Post More than enough MX Linux apps

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Are these applications available or the equivalent of on Mx linux os?:software center,disks,google chrome,character map,onboard keyboard,pinta image editor,screenshot,cheese webcam booth,calender,libreoffice,calculator,screen magnifier,kazam,image viewer,video player,music player
Sorry, can't help jumping in here
Direct from the Current Release Features of MX Linux 17.1 at https://mxlinux.org/current-release-features I bring you..........

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Key default applications

The versions listed refer to the date of release; they will be continually upgraded as time goes on.

Browser: Firefox 58.0.2 (59.0.2 cued up for upgrade)
Video Player: VLC 2.2.8-2
Music Manager/Player: Clementine 1.3.1
Email client: Thunderbird 52.6
Office suite: LibreOffice 6.0.1-1 (x64)
Backup: LuckyBackup 0.4.9-1
Security: Passwords and Keys 3.20.0-3.1
Terminal: Xfce4 Terminal 0.8.3-1
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One-click Extras with Package Installer

The MX Package Installer has undergone a major rewrite for MX-17.1. It is much faster and has a built-in console. It includes 1) popular applications from the Debian Stable repos; 2) packages brought in from Debian Testing/Sid and properly configured; 3) packages not found in Debian repos at all but pulled from developers' websites or other distro-specific repos and also properly configured.
  • Audio: Audacity, DeaDBeeF, Pithos, Spotify, etc.
  • Browser: Palemoon, Qupzilla, etc.
  • Children: Preschool, Primary, etc.
  • Graphics: ImageMagik, Inkscape, etc.
  • Docks: Docky, Plank, etc.
  • Icons: Faba, Moka, etc.
  • Kernels: various patched options
  • Language: language packs for Firefox, Thunderbird, etc.
  • Media Center: Kodi, Plex, etc.
  • Messaging: Pidgin, Skype, etc.
  • Misc: Google Earth, VirtualBox, etc.
  • Network: Dropbox, Tor and Privoxy, etc.
  • Office: GnuCash, Adobe Reader, Calibre, etc.
  • Themes: Adapta, Obsidian1, etc.
  • Video: DVDStyler, MPlayer, OpenShot, etc
  • Window managers: Budgie Desktop, Compiz, MATE, etc.
I'm sure that whatever's missing from the top-quoted list can easily be installed in MX Linux 17.1
 
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Old 04-29-2018, 10:48 AM   #4
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Just about anything that is available in the Debian repos, & they are the largest of any distro, will be available in MX Linux, as it is based on Debian, less systemd.
 
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