antiX MX, a special edition of the well-known antiX Linux-based operating system created in collaboration with the MEPIS community, has reached version 14.2 earlier today, July 1, dubbed Symbiosis.
This is a maintenance release that fixes major bugs discovered and reported by the community from the previous stable version, antiX MX 14.1.1, and updates various packages.
According to the quite small changelog, antiX MX 14.2 updates the powerful LibreOffice suite to the latest stable version, 4.2.5, updates the documentation, and adds support for Broadcom wireless devices on the CD image.
In addition, the Mirage application has been set as the default image viewer, a hard drive error that occurred when installing the distribution has been repaired, and a bug has been fixed in the Google search engine of the main web browser.
Last but not least, antiX 14.2 MX “Symbiosis” also fixes some bugs that were present in the upstream Debian release. It is available for download from Softpedia as two Live DVD ISO images, designed to support PAE and non-PAE 32-bit architectures.
“MX-14.2 ‘Symbiosis’ bugfix upgrade release available. Upgraded bugfix versions (pae and non-pae) of MX-14 are now available. This version has fixed some bugs found in MX-14.1.1 and Debian upstream,” is stated in the official release announcement.
Download antiX 14.2 MX right now from Softpedia.