Mex Linux is no longer based on Linux Mint. MeX Build 201031 is based only on Debian and Ubuntu 20.10. I have replaced the original kernel with “my” special kernel 5.9.1-exton. All installed packages in MeX Linux have been upgraded to the latest version by 201031. This version of MeX uses Cinnamon 4.6.4 (latest). The very nice icon theme Papirus is installed and used.

MORE MeX NEWS 201031
1. The MeX ISO is now a ISO-hybrid, which means that it can very easily be transferred (copied) to a USB pen drive.
2. Another big improvement is that MeX now can run from RAM. Use Boot alternative 4 (load to RAM). When the system has booted up you can eject the disc (DVD)/USB stick. You’ll need at least 2 GB RAM to run MeX that way. The ISO file is of only 1260 MB so MeX will run super fast from RAM!
3. I have replaced Google Chrome with Firefox. Google Chrome is no longer needed to be able to run Netflix in Linux.
4. The best thing with this new MeX build – Create your own installable Ubuntu 20.10 Live DVD with Refracta Snapshot (pre-installed)! The whole “remaster process” is so simple that a 10 year old child can do it.
5. I have installed Calamares Installer as in many of my other Linux builds. Calamares is an installer framework. By design it is very customizable, in order to satisfy a wide variety of needs and use cases. Very easy to use. You can use Calamares to install MeX on both UEFI computers and non UEFI computers (for example VirtualBox and VMware).

Important about Refracta
You can use the Refracta Snapshot (pre-installed in MeX Build 201031) to create your own installable Ubuntu Live DVD once you have installed MeX to hard drive. I mean change everything and then create a whole new Ubuntu 20.10 live system. When you start Refracta Snapshot it will look like this. You don’t even have to install MeX to hard drive before you can use the Refracta Snapshot. If you have plenty of RAM you can create a new (your own!) Ubuntu system while running MeX from a DVD or a USB stick. Please note that the whole Refracta process (creating your new ISO) will only take 10 – 30 min! You can then install VirtualBox in MeX so you can test run your own created new Ubuntu ISO. Or do it in Windows. NOTE 1: You can do the whole thing in VirtualBox. I mean install MeX in VirtualBox, change everything, create a new Ubuntu 20.10 system using Refracta Snapshot and transfer your new ISO to your server with FileZilla (pre-installed). Or use Sambascreenshot.
NOTE 2: If you want to create your own distro you must install MeX to a partition of at least 20GB. You’ll find your new ISO file in /home/snapshot. (You can of course change that before you start Refracta Snapshot).

Screenshot 1 – Spotify running (install Spotify with sudo apt-get install spotify-client)
Screenshot 2 – Cinnamon 4.6.4 Desktop with Calamares Installer running
Screenshot 3 – Showing a Samba connection
Screenshot 4 – Refracta Snapshot has started


Read about my Android-x86 Systems – 10, Pie, Oreo, Nougat, Marshmallow, Lollipop and KitKat at – latest is AndEX 10 (with GAPPS) and AndEX Pie 9.0 (also with GAPPS)!

about my Android 11, 10, Pie, Oreo, Nougat, Marshmallow and Lollipop versions for Raspberry Pi 3/2 at
– latest is RaspAnd 11 (without GAPPS) and RaspAnd Oreo 8.1 (with GAPPS)!