CruxEX 2017 Linux Distro Debuts with Revamped LXDE Desktop, Based on CRUX 3.3

Powered by the latest CRUX 3.3 GNU/Linux operating system designed for enthusiasts and nerds, CruxEX 3.3 uses the lightweight LXDE desktop environment and the developer’s special 4.12.10-x86_64-cruxex kernel, which replaces CRUX’s original kernel and adds support for additional hardware components. Among the updated applications shipping by default with the CruxEX 3.3 distro, we can mention both the Mozilla Firefox 55.0.3 and Google Chrome 60.0.3112 web browsers, which aren’t present in CRUX’s repositories, as well as popular software like Gparted, GIMP, Wicd, and PCManFM.

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