Nitrux 2.0.1 Released!, This is What's New

A month after the last release, a new version of the system-free Nitrux Linux has just arrived with a set of updates and changes to its core software to offer users a modern, elegant KDE-based Linux distribution.

Nitrux 2.0.1 is just a minor version this time compared to the last two releases versions 1.8 and 2.0, and it comes with the latest KDE Plasma desktop environment version 5.24.2, with the KDE Frameworks version 5.90.1, and KDE Gear applications version 21.12.2.

The XanMod Linux kernel used by default on the distro has been updated to version 5.16.11, with the ability to install Liquorix kernel, mainline, and Linux Libre kernel (both 5.15.25 LTS and 5.16.11) from the distro repositories.

Firefox has been bumped to version 97.0.1 and LibreOffice to version 7.3.03, MESA 22.1 has been included by default now in Nitrux 2.0.1, and a new package has been added to the distro that includes firmware for various input devices to work with Steam.

The development team fixed a bug that causes Wireless networks to not appear listed in the networks applet, it removed the Communicator from the list of default applications, and the minimal ISO has been updated to the same base as the main release.

Nitrox 2.0.1 is available for download from the official website of the distribution in both standard versions and Minimal interface (it comes without Desktop NX, to enable users to install the desktop interface they prefer), and the distribution can be downloaded either using a torrent client or via  Direct link, and to save you time, we have put these download links at the bottom of the article.

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