In this episode of Distro Delves, we’ll be taking a look at MakuluLinux Flash with the Xfce desktop released on April 1st of 2020.

Makulu Linux comes in a few different flavors – MakuluLinux Core, Flash, and a strange Windows-copy called LinDoz.

I’m unclear as to what Linux distro MakuluLinux is based on. There are tools from Ubuntu and Mint as well as lots of 3rd party ppa’s. The desktop environment is Xfce with a very custom theme and icon set.

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21 Comments

Egee

May 11, 2020

Want to see the script I use to review distros? It's right here! – https://github.com/egee-irl/distro-delves

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skyline cyber

May 11, 2020

This distro needs some polishing and stability and support and some uniqueness.

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TJ Wolf

May 11, 2020

Exactly Really like your videos thanks. I don't like LTS distro's right now. Just because some apps won't work even if you try and build them because of packages not that new. I don't understand why they didn't go with 20.04 LTS which is coming out fairly soon. I like thhe deepin music app but it won't work in 18.04 LTS's it needs newer packages. If you know how to create deb packages would be cool video. i want to make deb package for the deepin-music app.

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Awudu Awudu

May 11, 2020

People spend months and years working on a distro and you are here talking TRASH. Linux is about choice. Asshole just making video for views and daily bread. Get the Fuck out of here.

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Bee aware

May 11, 2020

This is the same reviewer that said that MXlinux was rubbish!!! Listen this is an excellent distro!! TRY IT YOURSELF and stop listening to this buffoon!!

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Kanashi Hito

May 11, 2020

Can you please do stuff other than distro delves again :/

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Diêgo Duarte

May 11, 2020

compiz is pretty funny

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Mohan Ram

May 11, 2020

I am surprised it is still around.

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My Reviews

May 11, 2020

This one is actually not bad at all, too bad it is xfce and it is horrible for hidpi displays.

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April

May 11, 2020

Messy bloat

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Stabby McStabington

May 11, 2020

I have noticed some WMs (Including GNOME and older versions of Cinnamon) will stutter/freeze when the CPU gets pegged.
Maybe that's what you're seeing when the benchmark is reporting a different frame rate than what you're getting? Game runs at that frame rate, but WM is stuttering so it looks lower.

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vlnux

May 11, 2020

MakuluLinux just seems like a mess.
The theme looks unprofessional and messy. A mouse cursor shouldn't look like it was ripped out of a game.
Some of the many, already duplicated applications are proprietary, even wine and an antivirus is preinstalled.
In my opinion, a distro shouldn't ask the user for donations right at the beginning. MakuluLinux still lacks a lot of polish.

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iod

May 11, 2020

Both benchmarks show gpu usage 0%, is that normal? And the frametimes are bad, particularly in gta5. maybe that's the source of the lag?

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Ruthgerdt

May 11, 2020

Such a dumpster fire lol

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Kenny Rayl

May 11, 2020

Thanks for another delve into a distro I never really noticed before.

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C W

May 11, 2020

Interesting distro

Then one I am personally looking forward to try out this year ubuntuDDE 20.04
Ubuntu with deepin ui…

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Accidental Rogue

May 11, 2020

What was that space game at the end called?
And thank you for your videos

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Toshiro7777

May 11, 2020

Nice review. MX still faster?

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Linux-Power-User

May 11, 2020

And another distro that's based on this rubbish Ubuntu, and it comes with preinstalled spyware (Google Chrome).

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Kaiser

May 11, 2020

XFCE is the OG lad that never lets down

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Erwinjitsu _

May 11, 2020

Oh nice a new DD. Just randomly scrolling by and I'm greeted with yet another distro I have never heard of!

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