NuTyX Now Available with Cards 2.6.3

Apr 11, 2023

NuTyx 23.04.2 has been updated across the board and supports 13 different Linux desktops.

A new version of NuTyX has been released with an updated version of the Cards Package Management Utility with full support for binary packages and sources from VCS systems, like Bazaar, Git, Subversion, and Mercurial.

NuTyX is a French Linux distribution based on Linux From Scratch and Beyond Linux From Scratch with its own package manager called Cards, which stands for Create, Add, Remove, and Download System. Cards is a set of utilities (pkgadd, pkgrm, pkginfo, pkgmk, and cards) that come together to serve as all your package management needs for NuTyx.

The latest release of NuTyx includes a fully updated toolchain (gcc 12.2.0, glibc 2.37, and binutils 2.40), SysV 3.06, systemd 253.0, Python interpreter 3.11.3, NVIDIA driver version 530.41.03, and Xorg Server version 21.1.8. You'll also find updated versions of supported desktops, including XFCE 4.18.3, MATE 1.26.1, GNOME 44.0, and KDE Plasma 5.27.4. All in all, NuTyx supports 13 different Linux desktops. Since version 22.12, there have been more than 1000 commits applied.

Download an ISO of NuTyx (with the desktop of your choosing) for installation and read the release notes for the latest version.


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