As you know, the vast majority of Linux distros and open-source software projects are run by enthusiasts, who are keeping the dynamics alive and giving back to this wonderful community. EndeavourOS is no exception in this. Since the launch of our net-installer, our community is steadily growing with enthusiastic Linux lovers all over the world
We have been able to solve the problems the net-installer was encountering sooner than expected, so without further ado, we are proud to present you the community development release of the combined installer. You probably are wondering why we don’t call it a beta release, well with this release we want to engage the entire
Christmas is just around the corner and yesterday when I opened the emails, a gift in the form of Alpix was waiting for us to be opened. Our repo and ISO downloads go through Github and we didn’t have any mirror service to provide these services. Alpix is an Open-source enthusiast who also provides his
This weekend we scheduled the long-awaited release of the net-installer. It was supposed to be a Christmas surprise to the community. At this moment Archlinux is preparing a big Xorg cleaning update and Fred Bezies did some test runs with the net-installer having the testing repo enabled. It may come not as a surprise to
* A big shoutout to Karl Schneider for providing us with the artwork.
It’s December and this means 2019 is nearing its end. For us, 2019 has been a remarkable year, not in our wildest dreams had either of us dreamt that we would be in this position. The road was and still is rocky, neither of us had any previous experience in developing and maintaining a distro,
Today we released a refreshed ISO, this release is a brushed up version of our October release. With this release, we addressed the problem with Kalu when updating after install. That’s why we removed Kalu and replaced it with our in-house EndeavourOS update-notifier. This release also ships with: Linux kernel 5.4.1 Firefox 70.0.1-3 Mesa 19.2.6-1
Due to problems in time management, we’ve decided to cancel the November release. In the end, we were not contempt with the definitive November version, our sincere apologies to the community members who seeded this release on torrent. At this moment Joe, Manuel, Fernando and the Moderators are working hard to realise the December release.
Tomorrow is the fifteenth and most of you know that is the day of the month our updated release will arrive. Joe and Manuel discovered some minor bugs in the final check of the November release and there’s simply not enough time to solve them before tomorrow. We’re going to release the ISO somewhere between
We want to thank everybody who expressed their support for our previous announcement, your support is what keeps us going. We had some response to our request for extra help on the ISO department and in addition to this, Joe has updated our Github page with a text that makes more clear what we have