vor wenigen Tagen hat wurde es freigegeben; EndeavourOS Version 22.1: ein Rolling Release auf Basis von Arch Linux die Version 22.1 („Apollo“) freigegeben: Es beinhaltet viele viele Neuerungen - darunter auch aktualisierte Systemabbilder - mit neuesten Softwarepaketen, Mesa 22 und dem Linux-Kernel 5.17
EndeavourOS 22.1 („Apollo“): Neue Softwarepakete, Mesa 22 und Linux 5.17 integriert: https://endeavouros.com/
Bryan Poerwo - brand-new version of EndeavourOS, an Arch-based Linux distribution featuring a customised Xfce desktop. Code-named "Apollo", the distribution's 22.1 version comes with various enhancements and bug fixes:
"We changed the internet check not to rely on GitHub or GitLab and preventing a failed internet connection error in countries where either GitHub or GitLab is blocked; a fix when Xfce and i3 are both selected for installation; community editions now install with their dedicated display manager; different order for desktop environment option and package chooser; fix to Firefox getting installed when not chosen; Qogir icons and cursor are used in live environment and offline Xfce install; new info button for customised installation; rewritten custom EOS modules for better Calamares integration; when using a custom user_pkglist file, those packages are now displayed on the 'netinstall' page so you can confirm what will be installed...." Continue to the release announcement for a detailed list of changes
mehr hier: https://distrowatch.com/
Mit welchen Befehlen lässt sich pamac via Konsole nachinstallieren?
Create install media (USB key): https://discovery.en...sb-key/2021/03/
Arch User Repository (AUR) is a collection of user-submitted package description files: https://discovery.en...m/category/aur/
by Jonathon The Arch User Repository (AUR) is a collection of user-submitted package description files ( PKGBUILDfiles). These description files can be used to create package archive files
Das Forum: https://forum.endeavouros.com
The best Linux distro for newbies and average users is EndeavourOS
das Arch-Wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/
Die Prinzipien denen Arch folgt: Simplicity, Modernity, Pragmatism, User centrality
Arch Linux defines simplicity as without unnecessary additions or modifications.
It ships software as released by the original developers (upstream) with minimal distribution-specific (downstream) changes: patches not accepted by upstream are avoided,
and Arch's downstream patches consist almost entirely of backported bug fixes that are obsoleted by the project's next release.
Arch incorporates many of the newer features available to GNU/Linux users, including the systemd init system, modern file systems, LVM2, software RAID, udev support and initcpio (with mkinitcpio), as well as the latest available kernels.
Arch is a pragmatic distribution rather than an ideological one. The principles here are only useful guidelines. Ultimately, design decisions are made on a case-by-case basis through developer consensus. Evidence-based technical analysis and debate are what matter, not politics or popular opinion.
The large number of packages and build scripts in the various Arch Linux repositories offer free and open source software for those who prefer it, as well as proprietary software packages for those who embrace functionality over ideology.
Whereas many GNU/Linux distributions attempt to be more user-friendly, Arch Linux has always been, and shall always remain user-centric. The distribution is intended to fill the needs of those contributing to it, rather than trying to appeal to as many users as possible. It is targeted at the proficient GNU/Linux user, or anyone with a do-it-yourself attitude who is willing to read the documentation, and solve their own problems.
All users are encouraged to participate and contribute to the distribution. Reporting and helping fix bugs is highly valued and patches improving packages or the core projects are very appreciated: Arch's developers are volunteers and active contributors will often find themselves becoming part of that team. Archers can freely contribute packages to the Arch User Repository, improve the ArchWiki documentation, provide technical assistance to others or just exchange opinions in the forums, mailing lists, or IRC channels. Arch Linux is the operating system of choice for many people around the globe, and there exist several international communities that offer help and provide documentation in many different languages.
Arch Linux is a general-purpose distribution. Upon installation, only a command-line environment is provided; rather than tearing out unneeded and unwanted packages,
der Calamares-Installer: https://calamares.io/about/
Pacman: auf dem Forum https://forum.endeav...tions/pacman/20
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