Now that appimage-builder has been used in the real world I would like to open a discussion about the recipe format. Comments, suggestions and ideas are welcome :)
Today is the day! — Nitrux 1.3.3 is available to download
We are pleased to announce the launch of Nitrux 1.3.3. This new version brings together the latest software updates, bug fixes, performance improvements, and ready-to-use hardware support.
Nitrux 1.3.3 is available for immediate download.
Check the changelog of the most recent version of Nitrux at our blog, link below.
Today, we bring you a new report on the Maui Project progress.
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We have confirmed a bug where a laptop using an Nvidia graphics card does not show any output to the laptop screen during the Live session.
If you can add more information for triaging or fix it, let us know.
- Run sudo apt-mark unhold kwin-common kwin-data kwin-wayland kwin-wayland-backend-x11 kwin-x11 libkwin4-effect-builtins1 libkwineffects12 libkwinglutils12 libkwinxrenderutils12 qml-module-org-kde-kwindowsystem
- Run sudo apt upgrade
- Run sudo apt autoremove -y
- Run sudo apt install nx-desktop-legacy --no-install-recommends
"Nitrux is a Linux distribution that does not support x86 or 32-bit software via Debian packages. With that being the case, it’s no surprise that to some users, that means that there’s no way to use Wine in Nitrux.
That is, however, not true. You can use Wine in Nitrux; in fact, we already include it as an AppImage."
Check more at the link below.
"Nitrux is an Ubuntu-based distribution that features one of the nicest out the box KDE desktops around. They recently released their latest version of 1.3.2, which now features OpenRC in place of systemd!"
Nitrux | The Best Looking KDE Distro via @TylersTech
Join MauiKit developer Camilo Higuita at today's KDE Akademy 2020 event.
"The Maui Project is a group of apps, services, libraries, and a UI (User Interface) framework."