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

EndeavourOS_Artemis_neo_22_7.iso

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

The offline option installs a fully themed Xfce and the online option provides you with the choice of seven Desktop Environments Xfce, Mate, LXQt, LXDE, Cinnamon, Plasma, Gnome, Budgie, window manager Openbox and tiling window managers i3-WM, BSPWM, Sway, Qtile and Worm.

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.

The live environment and the Xfce offline edition are shipping:

  • Calamares 3.2.59
  • Firefox 103.0-1
  • Linux kernel 5.18.16.arch1-1
  • Mesa 22.1.4-1
  • Xorg-Server 21.1.4-1
  • nvidia-dkms 515.65.01-1

New features and fixes

Artemis Neo

Fixes:

  1. Fixed the archlinux-keyring issue for offline installs
  2. Locale issue with Calamares version 3.2.60, solved by shipping downgraded Calamares version 3.2.59
  3. Now the installation process ranks EndeavourOS mirrors for online installs in addition to the arch mirrors.

Artemis original new features

  • Archlinux-keyring and endeavouros-keyring get updated before starting the online installation to avoid keyring issues.
  • pipewire-media-session has been replaced with wireplumber
  • The offline Xfce install received a huge clean-up with the help of community member Keybreak
  • budgie-control-center has been added to the EndeavourOS repo for a smoother and native Budgie experience.
  • Xfce4 and i3 install will not autostart firewall-applet by default anymore.
  • Added support for downgrading EndeavourOS packages (eos-downgrade).
  • Installation option for EndeavourOS ARM

Just a small warning: Sway doesn’t run well in several Virtual machines, it will be completely running without issues on real hardware.

When you’ve discovered a bug in this release you can report them over here, your experiences will help us improve our future ISOs.

You can download it over here:

Check the ISO file before using it:

To check the ISO file with the sha512:

sha512sum -c EndeavourOS_Artemis_neo_22_7.iso.sha512sum

To check the ISO file with gpg signature import our key and verify

(Do not forget to trust the key after validating it)

This ISO is signed by: Bryan Poerwoatmodjo <bryanpwo{at}endeavouros.com>

Short pubkey-ID: 8A63A62E

Long pubkey-ID: E0D16589967E1FE68EF8693E7EED78C58A63A62E

get the key:

gpg --recv-keys 8A63A62E

or with a keyserver other than default:

gpg --keyserver hkps://keys.openpgp.org --recv-keys E0D16589967E1FE68EF8693E7EED78C58A63A62E

(OpenPGP server wants the long ID )

set trust (follow the output):

gpg --edit-key 8A63A62E

verify ISO signature:

gpg --verify EndeavourOS_Artemis_neo_22_7.iso.sig

Key details:

Bryan Poerwoatmodjo <bryanpwo{at}endeavouros.com>

Key-ID: 8A63A62E / E0D16589967E1FE68EF8693E7EED78C58A63A62E

Type: RSA

Key-length: 2048

Fingerprint:

E0D1 6589 967E 1FE6 8EF8
693E 7EED 78C5 8A63 A62E
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