ExTiX 15.1 Build 150104 (GNOME) / 15.1 Build 150105 (Razor-Qt)

The Ultimate Linux operating system, based on Ubuntu OS and the GNOME desktop environment

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What's new in ExTiX 15.1 Build 150105 (Razor-Qt):

  • My lighter version of ExTiX is also based on Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn.
  • It uses Razor-qt as Desktop Environment, Slim as Login Manager and kernel 3.16.0-21-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org¬ís stable kernel 3.16.4, released 141005. (Razor-qt is an advanced, easy-to-use, and fast desktop environment based on Qt technologies.
  • It has been tailored for users who value simplicity, speed, and an intuitive interface).
  • All packages in ExTiX Light 15.1 have been updated to the latest available stable versions as of January 5, 2015.
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ExTiX is an open source and free distribution of Linux based on the Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) operating system and built around the minimal and very lightweight Razor-qt desktop environment, which is written in the Qt programming language. A version with the GNOME 3.14 desktop environment is also available for download.

Only supports the 64-bit architecture

The ExTiX project is designed to be used by end-users who need a modern and handy desktop system for their daily tasks. Unfortunately for some of you, both ExTiX editions support only the 64-bit architecture, mainly because it’s designed to be used on high-end computers. Therefore, if this is an issue for you, we suggest to search our website for another Linux operating system that supports the 32-bit architecture (slow computers).

Includes popular open-source applications

ExTiX includes popular open-source applications, such as Mozilla Firefox as the default web browser, Mozilla Thunderbird as the default email client, the LibreOffice office suite, Brasero for burning CD/DVDs, GIMP for editing image files, VLC Media Player for watching movies, and the GParted tool for disk partitioning tasks. Support for Adobe’s Flash technology and Oracle’s Java runtime environment, as well as all the necessary multimedia codecs, are provided out-of-the-box in this Ubuntu-based operating system.

The Live mediums offer a few useful options

The Live mediums offer a few useful options, such as the ability to use the operating system in persistence mode, which means that you can save some settings and files on the USB disk drive and continue your work next time you boot into the live environment. In addition, the Copy to RAM option will allow users to copy the entire live environment to the machine’s physical memory (RAM) and remove the live media from the USB port.

It can be installed directly from the boot menu

Users can install ExTiX directly from the boot menu, or at a later time, by using the designated installer application that can be found under the System Tools category of the Main Menu. The default language is English, and it uses a specially crafted Ubuntu kernel based on the upstream Linux kernel 3.16. ExTiX was also one of the first project to adopt the Linux 3.16 kernel.

Installed apps

Among other well known applications that are bundled with the ExTiX project, we can mention the FileZilla FTP client, Leafpad text editor, Shotwell image viewer and organizer, Transmission torrent downloader, Rhythmbox music player, Google Chrome web browser for watching Netflix movies, BlueGriffon WYSIWYG editor, and Empathy IM (Instant Messaging) client.

ExTiX was reviewed by , last updated on January 6th, 2015

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