Latest release

We’re proud to present to you our latest release:


Our community development release of the combined offline and online installer is available over here.

One offline option that installs a fully themed Xfce and an online option that provides you with the choice of eight Desktop Environments Xfce, Mate, LXQt, Cinnamon, Plasma, Gnome, Budgie and Deepin.

We already checked the box for the necessary base install in the online installer menu, all you have to do is check the box of your desired DE.

At this moment we don’t recommend a pure Arch base install, this option will be available very soon.

The ISO contains:

  • Linux kernel 5.4.6
  • Mesa 19.3.1-1
  • Firefox 71.0-1 Arch
  • Systemd 244.1-1
  • eos-update-notifier 0.8-2
  • eos-welcome 2.0

As a reminder to Nvidia card users, our nvidia-installer is installed by default after install. You only have to follow our wiki for instructions, the link is provided in our Welcome menu.

When you’ve discovered a bug in this community development release you can report them over here, your experiences will help us perfect the installer on its journey to the stable version.

Note: The Calamares online installer looks like it’s hanging at 19% and later on at 59% in the process bar. The install isn’t hanging at this point, the actual install is proceeding without issue, it is only a cosmetic bug in the Calamares installer. Just let the installer do its work and it will jump to the window of a successful install. We are looking for a solution for future releases.

Due to the developments in the world, our focus wasn’t on the March release and therefore the release is slightly delayed. We advise everyone to use the online installer, if possible, the offline installer might give issues after install when updating the system. The new release will come out in April.

You can download over here:

Alternative direct download, especially for EU users but it has been reported to work well in the US and Canada also.

While you’re waiting for your download to be complete, you might want to read the following link:

To check the ISO file with the md5sum:

md5sum -c endeavouros-2019.12.22-x86_64.iso.md5sum

To check the ISO file with gpg signature download the sig file:

import our key and verify:

gpg --recv CB23504F
gpg --verify endeavouros-2019.12.22-x86_64.iso.sig

Key details:

EndeavourOS <info{at}>

Key-ID: CB23504F

Type: RSA

Key-length: 2048

Fingerprint: 497A F50C 92AD 2384 C56E 1ACA 003D B8B0 CB23 504F

For those who are interested and even help us by giving us feedback, you can read in our source code over here:

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