Notable Changes: Packages updated for the live and minimal install environments.
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@Velkerk said in ISO Refresh: antergos 17.8:
¿ Deepin, i3, Enlightenment, and Budgie? ¿Nvidia support?
I am working on pushing out an updated ISO for all of that as we speak. (It’s actually being built right now). It will have many improvements, thanks to @karasu, with the exception of Nvidia support. That one will come shortly . When it’s ready, I’ll make an announcement on the Forum!
Keep trying, never give up. In the end, you will find that it was all worth it
My ISO: https://rebornos.wordpress.com
Can’t download iso or torrent because it redirects to yandex and yandex is blocked in Ukraine. Please fix.
Linux kernel 4.12 also brings initial GTX 1000 Pascal accelerated support. There isn’t yet any re-clocking support so it’s going to be very slow.
So may it is now possible to boot lifeiso with this cards?
Thanks for the work
Found that when I installed the minimal version, downloaded the kde apps when I selected the gnome desktop. I’ve tried versions 17.6, 17.7, 17.8, and they all have the same problem. Example: normal and kde version of firefox downloading kde notif and other kde apps…
But lets see what is installed later…
sadly installation fails here completely: (also with disable rankmirrors)
Try now with virtualbox seems to install, but i can see firefox-kde is downloaded, and also the depending qt stufff on choosing Gnome disable chromium and choose firefox inside cnchi
But NOT installed then … after reboot to system only the qt stuff is installed, not firefox-kde:
pacman -Qs qt local/qt5-base 5.9.1-3 (qt qt5) A cross-platform application and UI framework local/qt5-styleplugins 220.127.116.1170311-1 Additional style plugins for Qt5 local/qt5-svg 5.9.1-2 (qt qt5) Classes for displaying the contents of SVG files local/qt5ct 0.33-2 Qt5 Configuration Utility pacman -Qs firefox local/firefox 54.0.1-1 Standalone web browser from mozilla.org local/firefox-i18n-de 54.0.1-1 German language pack for Firefox
You are right
It does not appear on the system after the installation is complete, but cnchi shows the downloading of the kde applications on the progress bar.
During the next installation I will take a screenshot and add it here.