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Arch Linux-Based EndeavourOS Artemis Neo Is Now Available as a Minor Update

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Powered by the Linux 5.18.16 kernel, as well as the Mesa 22.1.4, XOrg Server 21.1.4, and NVIDIA 515.65.01 graphics stacks, EndeavourOS Artemis Neo downgrades the Calamares graphical installer to version 3.2.59 from 3.2.60 to address a local issue, fix an archlinux-keyring issue affecting offline installations, and adding the ability for the installation process to rank EndeavourOS mirrors for online installations in addition to Arch Linux’s mirrors.

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  • Artemis Neo is available – EndeavourOS

    Our Artemis Neo ISO is available for users who want to install a fresh EndeavourOS on hardware or virtual machine.

    This release isn’t shipping with big improvements from our side but has some corrections to the Artemis release from last month and an upstream refresh for the live environment and the offline install option. So there aren’t any fixes done on the DE options like the empty icon on our Plasma installations. We are working on it, but most of our team is in Summer holiday mode, so these changes will be shipping on one of our upcoming major releases later this year.

Marius

Marius, we began diverting some traffic to the new site a couple of weeks ago (hence lower numbers here). We don't advertise it here yet, but some time soon, it will be good if you experiment with the interface there, adding stories with:

add-and-refresh-from-db.sh

at the prompt.

You should be able to access with your SSH keys.

Image HotLinking will intentionally not work, we're making an easy-to-use upload tool.

Let me know your experience...

Ok

Ok, thanks, I'll give it a try Smile

EndeavourOS "Artemis Neo" Landed but Brought No Changes

  • EndeavourOS "Artemis Neo" Landed but Brought No Changes

    The Arch Linux-based EndeavourOS has released an update to its existing “Artemis” version, “Artemis Neo.” Here’s what’s new!

    EndeavourOS is a user-friendly Arch Linux-based rolling release distro with some handy new features that improve the user experience. In other words, it fits into a similar-but-different niche as Manjaro.

    Indeed, one of the first things you’ll notice about EndeavourOS is that, despite its claim to be a terminal-focused distribution, it has excellent GUI tools that make handling an Arch Linux system simple for new users.

    About a month after the previous “Artemis” release, the new EndeavourOS “Artemis Neo” is now available for download. So let’s see what’s new.

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