Nitrux Linux Is Now Based on Debian, Latest Release Adds KDE Plasma Goodies

The Nitrux 1.3.9 release isn’t your usual monthly updated installation image, but is the distro’s first ISO built using a Debian rootfs!

Yes, that’s right, Nitrux Linux is no longer based on the Ubuntu/KDE neon rootfs and no longer uses the software repositories from Devuan GNU/Linux. While Nitrux is now a Debian GNU/Linux-based distro, this major change applies only to new installations. Existing Nitrux Linux users will continue to receive updates from the previous Ubuntu/KDE neon/Devuan base.

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