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.
The full features of the Artemis release can be read over here.
Bugfixes and app refresh versions
- Fixed the archlinux-keyring issue for offline installs
- Locale issue with Calamares version 3.2.60, solved by shipping downgraded Calamares version 3.2.59
- Now the installation process ranks EndeavourOS mirrors for online installs in addition to the arch mirrors.
Versions on the ISO:
Linux kernel 5.18.16.arch1-1
You can download Artemis Neo over here.
Very nice wallpaper, using it here already…
According to the release notes, if I’m already using wireplumber, install eos-downgrade and change the wallpaper, technically I’ll be using Artemis Neo, right?
Congrats to all the devs/maintainers/contributors on getting this .iso update pushed out with all that’s going on in the summer months. And a big shout-out to all the .iso testers that spent untold hours finding all the various little bugs and tracking them down. Great to see the community working together in such an open and friendly atmosphere. Kudos to you all!
Yes, the changes on Neo are made to improve the installation experience. Running systems are already up to date.
Good work, sorry I couldn’t help with testing this time, have a really bad internet connection at the moment.
@Rockwallaby editing the wallpapers again.
We may have posted the wrong gpg key info in the website
Thanks, I will correct this as soon as possible.
would it be a good idea to post the actual sha512sum on the site as well? i mean if a mirror is compromised the sha512sum file would probably be as well
ha good point in case i would go to GitHub and get shasum file from there… but from user perspective it would make sense to have the sum on the homepage.
A bit later than expected, but I uploaded the right file today. At the moment only GitHub carries the correct file on our download page but I will reactivate the other mirror links when they are synced.
Thank you for bringing this up. This proves it, be very glad I’m not the one who develops our releases, judging from this mistake. I think @joekamprad @manuel @dalto @Pudge and @sradjoker are considering digitally banning me from anything dev related, I’m just a walking coding hazard. To be fair, it will protect you, the community.
To err is human. To really screw up you need a computer. Bill Gates circa 1995
Don’t be too hard on your self, it wasn’t that big of a deal.
Actually, I was considering asking you to help ARM development when you get your raspberry pi .
In that case, we have to rename the project… EndeavourOS ALARM