Linux News Today: Manjaro Linux Fluxbox 15.10 Edition Released with a Completely Redesigned Desktop

A few minutes ago, October 10, the Manjaro Community Team, through Bernhard Landauer, was proud to announce the release and immediate availability for download of the Manjaro Linux Fluxbox 15.10 operating system.

Being derived from the latest Manjaro Linux 15.09 (Bellatrix) release, the Manjaro Linux Fluxbox 15.10 Community Edition is here with a completely redesigned graphical desktop environment that includes the Numix-Reborn GTK and icon themes, as well as a set of beautiful new wallpapers.

The Plymouth boot splash screen get redesigned as well, along with the Oblogout-button theming, the addition of the Plank dock-like and Dmenu-Manjaro applications launchers, the Manjaro Welcome dialog, and the implementation of the advanced fbmenugen right-click menu, which can be automatically regenerated every time a new software is added.

“The Manjaro Community is proud to announce the release of our Fluxbox edition 15.10,” says Bernhard Landauer, maintainer of Manjaro Linux Fluxbox. “Install media have been created including the latest Manjaro- and Arch Linux-updates on the stable branch.”

Includes the latest Arch Linux updates

Furthermore, the Manjaro Linux Fluxbox 15.10 Community Edition distribution now comes with two new applications, the popular Simple Scan SANE frontend for scanning documents, and the Geeqie image viewer. Both the Calamares and Thus graphical installers are included as well as in this release, along with the CLI installer.

As expected, Manjaro Linux Fluxbox 15.10 has been synchronized with the upstream Manjaro Linux and Arch Linux stable software repositories, which means that it includes all the latest updates and security patches. Last but not least, users will be able to choose between the systemd and OpenRC init systems.

Download the Manjaro Linux Fluxbox 15.10 Community Edition operating system right now from Softpedia, where it is distributed for free as Live ISO images for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. The OS is powered by Linux kernel 3.18 LTS. More details can be found on the distribution’s forum thread.

Via Softpedia