Arch-Based Antergos Sees Updated Install Media With GNOME 3.16
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 12 April 2015 at 01:40 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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The crew behind the Arch Linux derived Antergos operating system have updated their official installation media.

The big changes with this updated install media is using the new Cnchi v0.8.0 installer and defaulting to GNOME 3.16 for the desktop experience.

For those not looking for a full-blown desktop experience powered by GNOME 3.16, the Antergos Minimal Install Image has been updated and is out at under 500MB.


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The Cnchi 0.8 changes for this user-friendly Arch installer is LUKS encryption support via the advanced install mode, keyring initialization, new auto partitioning code, support for Gummiboot when using UEFI, added a download counter, and various other changes and bug-fixes.

More details on the Antergos 2015.04.12 release can be found at Antergos.com.
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