Notable Changes: Packages updated for the live and minimal install environments.
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Thank you for all of your hard work, @developers. It is such a pleasure to use your amazing distro.
On a curious side not though, since you updated the packages, would that also mean that the article on dual booting is now displayed within Cnchi? I know I had to re-install just yesterday and didn’t see it.
Thanks for everything!
I’m afraid I didn’t update the package (cnchi), so that code it’s still in our github only.
As cnchi updates itself, it doesn’t require a new iso build. When I have the time, I will update the package myself.
Thank you so much!
I really appreciate all of your hard work.
Does the 17.6 iso finally boot with Nvidia pascal gpus?
@lots-0-logs It would be nice to see the changes that were made and maybe if certain items where fixed from previous releases. I do the click here and it does not list any of this information so have no way of knowing what is in the release.
What I was thinking of is below. It would be nice to not just see packages updated but what packages were updated and even if any fixes have been applied for problems others have found so that those thinking of downloading this and installing it will know what they are downloading and installing. This is the release notes for Linux Mint but Manjaro does some thing similar when they do a release so you know what is being updated and if any bugs have been fixed.
It would be nice to not just see packages updated but what packages were updated and even if any fixes have been applied for problems others have found so that those thinking of downloading this and installing it will know what they are downloading and installing.
That does sound convenient, but for whom? It certainly wouldn’t help the @developers’ work along. I know that if I had to document every little change I made while doing something I enjoyed, it would become very cumbersome and make it feel more like a chore.
I’m not saying your idea is a bad one. In fact, I kind of like it. However, while I think it would be nice for some of us, it would not be for those actually doing the work on this great project.
Just my thoughts on the issue. I mean, who knows? I have no idea what the @developers themselves think about this.
While we are on the topic of neat additions though, I’ve always thought it would be beneficial for the developers and the community as a whole if we had Community Editions of Antergos kind of like Manjaro does. That is how they can offer so many flavors. If they didn’t have these Community Editions, they would only be offering KDE and Gnome right now as options. This idea is described in a bit more detail here if one finds this interesting. As you can see, a desire for more DE’s available had already been expressed in numerous threads such as this one, which actually asks for all of the Community Editions of Manjaro (DE wise). Lastly, it is also mentioned in this fairly recent article.
I understand that it would be too much for the @developers to undertake right now, but what if it was a Community Edition? Then, it could be maintained by some other person than those already working on Antergos.
This is just an idea, and I understand that there are probably flaws and shortcomings with it, but I just thought I’d throw it out there and see what people thought of it. Thanks again for the amazing distro!
There are no Antergos communmity editions so that discussion is useless.
I do think that it s a mistake to discuss Deepin here. Who would ever imagine that aaaaaall this effort towards a new DE would be hiding within a topic about some…iso refresh?
Who would ever imagine that aaaaaall this effort towards a new DE would be hiding within a topic about some…iso refresh?
I know what you mean. Is there a way to move part of this thread to another Topic? (Particularly the parts where the new .iso is being discussed).
Would be good to have a PILZBAUER Iso updated for latest nvidia installs…
I read just the README on howto do this but i do not understand fully…
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