New core and net iso files available

I uploaded 17.2.1 versions of antiX-core and antiX-net since there was a problem with the cli-installer.
The cli-installer is fixed and available in our repositories via apt/synaptic so anyone with existing antiX-17.2 net or core iso files need to do a dist-upgrade before installing.

Applications on antiX-full, but not included on antiX-base

Here is the full list of applications included on antiX-full, but not antiX-base editions.

acl
acpi
acpi-support
apt-show-versions
aspell
aspell-en
asunder
avahi-utils
bittorrent
bluetooth
bluez
cclive
cdparanoia
cherrytree
claws-mail
claws-mail-i18n
claws-mail-pdf-viewer
claws-mail-pgpinline
claws-mail-pgpmime
claws-mail-tools
cups-client
cups-common
cups-core-drivers
cups-filters
cups-ppdc
dc3dd
dcfldd
dkms
dosbox
e3
ethtool
gcc
gcolor2
ghostscript
gsettings-desktop-schemas
gsfonts
gsfonts-x11
gtkam
gufw-legacy
guvcview
gweled
hexchat
html2text
irqbalance
iso-codes
keyutils
libavcodec-extra
libgpod-common
libreoffice-calc
libreoffice-gtk2
libreoffice-impress
libreoffice-math
libreoffice-writer
lp-solve
lua-filesystem
luckybackup
luckybackup-data
mpg123
mpg321
myspell-ca
myspell-de-de
myspell-el-gr
myspell-en-gb
myspell-es
myspell-fr
myspell-nl
myspell-pl
myspell-pt-br
network-config
notify-osd
numlockx
openssh-server
p7zip-full
printer-driver-brlaser
printer-driver-c2050
printer-driver-c2esp
printer-driver-cjet
printer-driver-cups-pdf
printer-driver-dymo
printer-driver-escpr
printer-driver-foo2zjs
printer-driver-foo2zjs-common
printer-driver-gutenprint
printer-driver-hpcups
printer-driver-hpijs
printer-driver-m2300w
printer-driver-min12xxw
printer-driver-pnm2ppa
printer-driver-postscript-hp
printer-driver-ptouch
printer-driver-pxljr
printer-driver-sag-gdi
printer-driver-splix
pv
radeontool
rfkill
sane-utils
simple-scan
spawn-fcgi
ssl-cert
streamripper
streamtuner2
system-config-printer
system-config-printer-udev
transmission
transmission-cli
transmission-common
transmission-gtk
unclutter
uno-libs3
ure
uvcdynctrl
uvcdynctrl-data
wamerican
wavpack
wicd
wicd-curses
wicd-daemon
wicd-gtk
winff
winff-doc
xclip
xfce-keyboard-shortcuts
xfconf

antiX-17.2 released

antiX-17.2 (Helen Keller) released

This is primarily a point-release upgrade of antiX-17.1 (Heather Heyer) with a new L1TF/Foreshadow and Meltdown/Spectre patched kernel, various bugfixes, updated translations and some upgraded packages.

As usual we offer the following completely systemd-free flavours for both 32 and 64 bit architecture.

antiX-full (c1GB) – 4 windows managers – IceWM (default), fluxbox, jwm and herbstluftwm plus full libreoffice suite.

antiX-base (c680MB so fits on a cd) – 4 windows managers – IceWM (default), fluxbox, jwm and herbstluftwm.

antiX-core (c330MB) – no X, but should support most wireless.

antiX-net (c170MB)- no X. Just enough to get you connected (wired) and ready to build.

The 32 bit version uses a non-pae kernel.

So what has changed since antiX-17.1 release?

* new 4.9.126 kernel patched for L1TF/Foreshadow and Meltdown/Spectre exploits
* all packages upgraded to Debian 9.5
* eudev updated to 3.6
* firefox-esr upgraded to 60.2.2 (Quantum)
* our nosystemd version of pulseaudio included
* non free debs moved from main to nonfree in antiX repos
* improved localization
* antiX-full – gz compression is used, which makes the live iso faster to boot, but bigger in size

So, why should I use antiX?

* systemd-free!
* fast
* stable
* flexible
* light on system resources
* Install to harddrive,
* Set up and run live from an encrypted stick with persistence and remaster
* Frugal install on a partition.
* Option to run bleeding edge Debian Testing (buster) or sid.

The choice is yours!

The most extensive live usb on the planet!

So what is included?

Lots! Explore!

* Based on Debian Stretch, but without systemd and libsystemd0.
* eudev instead of systemd-udev
* Customised kernel with fbcondecor splash
* libreoffice (full version only)
* firefox-esr
* claws-mail
* systemd-free cups for printing
* xmms -for audio
* gnome-mpv – for playing video
* smtube – play youtube videos without a using a browser
* streamlight-antix – stream videos with very low RAM usage.
* evince – pdf reader
* latest adobe-flashplugin
* arc-theme

File managers and desktop:

* spacefm
* rox-filer

Convert your video and audio files with:

* winff
* asunder

Connect to the net with:

* ceni – default
* wicd – turned off by default. Use F4 at the live boot menu and choose wicd to turn it on.
* gnome-ppp – if you are still on dial-up

Editors:

* geany
* leafpad
* Midnight Commander
* vim-tiny
* nano

Tools for remastering and creating snapshots of installed system:

* iso-snapshot
* remaster tools

General tools:

* bootrepair
* codecs installer
* broadcom-manager
* ddm-mx – install nvidia drivers
* repo-manager

Others:

* hexchat – gui chat
* luckybackup – excellent backup tool. There’s nothing lucky about it!
* simple-scan – for scanning documents
* transmission-gtk – torrent downloader
* wingrid-antix – turn the stacking window managers into tilers.
* Xfburn for burning cd/dvd
* connectshares-antix for network shares
* droopy-antix – an easy way to transfer files over the net.
* mirage – image viewer
* package-installer – install applications easily and safely
* antiX Control Centre – an easy way to do just about anything!
* streamtuner2 – listen to streaming radio
* cherrytree – note taking application
* lxkeymap – gui to set system localisation
* fskbsetting – gui to set live localisation

Why not try out our included ‘cli’ apps:

* Editors: nano and vim
* Newsreader: newsbeuter
* Chat: irssi
* Audio player: mocp
* Radio: pmrp
* Video player: mpv
* Youtube video: mps-youtube
* Audio ripper: abcde
* Torrent: rtorrent
* Cd burner: cdw
* Writer: Wordgrinder
* cli-aptiX – command line synaptics
* live-kernel-updater – update kernel when running live
* backlight-brightness – usefull tool for laptops
* antiX-cli-cc – command line control centre

Cool in-house antiX apps available in the repos:

* 1-to-1-voice-antix – Voice chat between two pcs via encrypted mumble
* 1-to-1-assistance-antix – Remote access help application
* ssh-conduit – Remote resources via an ssh encrypted connection

”Great ”’LiveUSB”’ features:”

o fast boot times without systemd
o auto-customizable bootloaders (legacy and uefi)
o easy persistence and easy frugal installs
o remasters and respins
o legacy and 32-bit uefi and 64-bit uefi
o encrypted live usb

Many thanks to the antiX team, testers, supporters, and translators.
Also many thanks to the MX Linux programmers for various applications ported to antiX.

Enjoy antiX-17.2!

anticapitalista, 05 October 2018, Thessaloniki.

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Several app upgrades coming

I have repackaged several antiX applications.
Most are due to new and improved translations (many thanks to all our translators).
eudev is a bugfix.

Upgrades should run smoothly, if prompted about desktop-session.conf, simply press Enter to keep your current version.

antiX-17.2 point release should be available early October.

non free debs separated from main in antiX repos

As a result of a request from one of our users, we have moved non free packages out of the antiX main folder to its own nonfree one. The new nonfree section applies to antiX stretch, testing and sid repos.

As you can see in the stretch nonfree repo antiX stretch/nonfree debs this includes a few packages, but for testing and sid only adobe-flashplugin.

Users should change their /etc/apt/sources.d/antix.list if you want to upgrade non-free debs to this:

# Use with Debian Stable/stretch repositories. Set as default for antiX-17. Note new repos
deb http://repo.antixlinux.com/stretch stretch main nosystemd nonfree

# Use with Debian Testing repositories.
#deb http://repo.antixlinux.com/testing testing main nosystemd nonfree

# Use with Debian Sid repositories.
#deb http://repo.antixlinux.com/stretch stretch main nosystemd nonfree

Of course, if you want to be clean/libre than do not use nonfree nor non-free in debian.list in the repo lists.

fund-drive

antiX has been around since 2007 and this is the first time we have posted a request for funds.

Why? – Well our infrastructure has changed.

We now have our own web site and forum that has to be paid for. Previously we used free hosting.
Our server needed repairing.
Devs need equipment to test and build on.

If you can help, please go to the donations link.

Donation page: Donate