I removed MX Linux from its SSD this morning. Works good by itself, but doesn’t seem to want to share a drive with another Linux Distro (at least not with Mint). I’ll leave it on the USB installation, but have had too many problems with it as a ‘Main’ OS. New examples are, it wouldn’t install on my new Laptop ‘Ace’, it wouldn’t allow Mint to be installed alongside it on the ‘Rose’ computer (or even separately), it has problems with Wi-Fi connections (worked great when wired to the router) even after I just bought a new TP-Link Archer C1200 Dual Band Wireless AC1200 Gigabit Router, it’s had mouse problems, etc.

Worked fine in earlier tests and installations, and on ‘Live’ or full USB installs; however, still needs lots of work before I install it to a SSD again. I may put the Bionic Puppy on it, just to ‘Teach’ is a lesson. 😉