• EndeavourOS is a rolling release Linux distribution based on Arch Linux. The project aims to be a spiritual successor to Antergos - providing an easy setup and pre-configured desktop environment on an Arch base. The distribution’s latest snapshot introduces some package updates along with some new tools for cleaning up package management information and installing alternative kernels. “Package cleanup configuration - A handy tool to set the system to clean up the paccache history of installed packages and reduce it to the last three versions of each installed package after an update. This prevents your root partition from getting clogged up with packages you don’t need. AKM - Arch Kernel Management lets you install the several kernel versions and their headers available in the Arch repository with a simple click. Not only does it install Linux kernels it also provides you info which version is in the stable and which one is in the testing repos and it also informs you which version Kernel.org is working on. AKM isn’t installed by default, but this is easily done by clicking the button in our Welcome app.” Further information can be found in the distribution’s release announcement. Download: endeavouros-2020.07.15-x86_64.iso (1,779MB, MD5, signature, torrent, pkglist).

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