Recommended Linux Distribution to run MaXX Interactive Desktop
The MaXX Interactive Desktop, a.k.a. MaXX Desktop, is design to be very fast and to require a small memory footprint. The main goal is to provide the right balance of eye-candidness, interactiveness, performance and user interface friendliness. But more importantly, MaXX Desktop is designed to maximize the speed and stability of your production class applications.
The MaXX Desktop is supported on the following CPU architectures:
- 64 bit – x86_64
- 32 bit (dropped due to the lack of resources)
To limit the endless testing on various Linux distributions, we have selected the following distributions based on user requests and feedback.
The MaXX Desktop Indy (and beyond) is supported on the following Linux Distributions:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL 7.x)
- CentOS 7.x
- Fedora 25/26 <– used for building(Fedora, CentOS and RHEL) distributions
- Debian 8/9 <– used for building(Debian and Ubunti) distribution
- Ubuntu 17.04
So let us know your success story with another Linux Distribution