4MLinux 32.0 Released: New Software For Developers And More


Back in the end of 2019, the 4MLinux Beta version was released. Following the development roadmap, a new stable version 4MLinux 32.0 is finally out. After two minor updates in 31 series, v32.0 is here with major updates and new features.

4MLinux is a small and independent Linux variant to serve the general purpose activities. This distribution features the applications mainly for the maintenance, multimedia, mini server, and classic games.

4MLinux 32.0: New Enhancements

If you’re a software developer, 4MLinux brings new source code editors such as SciTE and command-line GNU nano. Moreover, you can also download the Vim editor as an extension.

Along with code writing, you can set up the LAMP server for web development with updated software. Here are some applications with their new version:

  • Apache 2.4.41
  • MariaDB 10.4.12
  • PHP 5.6.40 & PHP 7.3.14
  • Python 2.7.17 & Python 3.7.5

Among the general-purpose applications, you can edit, share and email your documents using LibreOffice, DropBox 91.4.548 and Thunderbird 68.5.0.

Serving the Linux gamers, 4MLinux 32.0 enhances the classic gaming experience with the latest tools such as Mesa 19.3.0 and Wine 5.2. With NVIDIA supported video interface VDPAU and Mesa 3D drivers, it further improves Intel video card support.

Other new features and changes include:

  • Linux 5.4.17
  • Video and PDF thumbnails using FFmpeg and ImageMagick
  • AV1 video decoding
  • GNOME Office
  • Firefox 73.0.1 and Chromium ‬79.0.3945.130

How To Download 4MLinux?

Since 4MLinux is a miniature distribution, it can run on a minimum of 128MB RAM to 1024MB depending on the installation media.

To download the ISO, you need to head over www.sf.net and search for “4MLinux”. Alternatively, you can also click here to directly start the download of 4MLinux 32.0.

Sarvottam Kumar

Sarvottam Kumar

Sarvottam Kumar is a software engineer by profession with interest and experience in Blockchain, Angular, React and Flutter. He loves to explore the nuts and bolts of Linux and share his experience and insights of Linux and open source on the web/various prestigious portals.
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