Linux AV Linux 2019.4.10 arrives, the distro to create audio and video

Recently the news of the release of the new version of the Linux distribution AV Linux 2019.4.10 was released, what is based on the Debian 9 "Stretch" package and the KXStudio repository with additional packages of your own build (Polyphone, Shuriken, Simple Screen Recorder, etc.).

The desktop environment of this new version is based on Xfce. This version is basically an ISO update that fixes a couple of annoying bugs from version 2018.6.25 with some notable updates and additions.

Besides that it will mark the latest version based on Debian Stretch and that sadly, will also be the latest version of the 32-bit version. Future development of AVL will focus on Debian 'Buster' and 64-bit only.

About AV Linux

For those who still do not know about Linux AV Linux, I can tell you that this is an excellent Linux distribution intended for creating multimedia content, Whereby has started to gain popularity among content creators who prefer to use Linux.

The Linux kernel is distro, it comes with a set of RT patches to increase the system's responsiveness during sound processing work.

The application package that stand out in this distro includes audio editors Ardor, ArdourVST, Harrison, Mixbus, 3D Blender design system, Cinelerra video editors, Openshot, Kdenlive, LiVES and tools to convert multimedia file formats.

To change the audio device, the JACK audio connection kit is provided (using JACK1 / Qjackctl, not JACK2 / Cadence). The distribution includes a detailed illustrated guide (PDF, 130 p.)

It is built with support for i386 and x86-64 architectures and thanks to its custom kernel, it offers users low latency audio production for maximum performance.

One of the things that makes it great as a live distribution is its many additional drivers for a host of audio and video hardware, such as sound cards, graphics cards, midi controllers, and more.

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Its installation method is Systemback, it uses APT for updates and dpkg for package management.

What's new in AV Linux 2019.4.10?

With the release of this new version of AV Linux 2019.4.10, this version synced changes with Debian and third-party repositories, including KXStudio.

On the other hand also It is highlighted that the versions of the applications of the distribution were updated, including Mixbus Demo 5.2.191, LSP Plugins 1.1.9, Dragonfly Reverb Plugins 1.1.2, KPP-Plugins 1.0 + GIT and LinVST 2.4.3. Added new Numix Circle Theme.

In addition, Fixed VirtualBox Guest Additions removal script to allow the file in /etc/rc.local to remain executable and enable automatic mounting of external drives.

Also se fixed missing 'linvstconverttree' in LinVST and removed some outdated udev rules.

We can also highlight that expired repository keys for WineHQ and Spotify were updated, as well as the repositories were updated and corrected in the new Cinelerra-GG site.

This proposed new version is ultimately based on the Debian 9 package database, so it is expected that the next version will be upgraded to Debian 10 "Buster".

In the next version, it is also planned to stop the release of sets for 32-bit systems, so this distro will only build from Debian 10 foundation for 64-bit architecture.

Download and get AV Linux 2019.4.10

For whom it is are interested in downloading and testing this new version of AV Linux 2019.4.10, you just have to go to its official website and in its download section you will find the links to download this Linux distro.

The link is this.

Now If you are already a user of this distro and want to get the new updates provided in this release, just run the update commands in your distro from the terminal.

You just have to run in terminal:

sudo apt update

sudo apt upgrade -y


Again in a terminal you run:

sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade -y

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  1.   Daniel Nogales said

    Very good, I found a small flaw in the writing of one of the commands, so that you take it into account!

    $ sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgarde -y

    In the sudo apt dist-upgarde part, it would be dist-upgrade.

    Greetings and continue with these post!

    1.    David naranjo said

      Thanks for the correction, finger error :)