Monthly Archive: December 2012

Stable repositories got updated

Today’s merge of Manjaro-Stable from our Manjaro-Testing repositories will bring these changes: new toolchain-stack and other updates (i686/x86_64/lib32) Virtualbox extramodules updated to 4.2.6 (i686/x86_64) updated packages in addon: pamac, tintwizard, razor-qt, grub-customizer, gtk-theme-preferences, zukitwo-themes and others (i686/x86_64) 62 updated packages in extra including intel 2.20.17 driver (i686/x86_64) 103 updated packages in community including Virtualbox 4.2.6 […]

Manjaro 0.8.3 has been unleashed!

Efficiency. Stability. Innovation. Accessibility. These are the defining features of the Manjaro Philosophy. These are also the defining features of the release of Manjaro 0.8.3, which has been optimised and enhanced significantly. Put simply, this release is leaner, faster, lighter, and more robust than ever before. The core system has been upgraded to boost performance […]

Steam Linux Client for everyone

Valve has announced that their Steam Linux client is now available to all Linux gamers. It’s open beta period now and just in time for the holidays. After sharing last week that Valve would have a Christmas present for Linux gamers in terms of a more open beta program, that has now been made a […]

Are we still alive?

Seven days and no post on our blog. Also some of the core-team gotten really calm. “What’s going on atm?” you might ask. Well, we are working a lot on our small projects behind the curtain and still give the community as much support as we can do in our forums, mailing lists and time […]

Manjaro installation up to date? Then you already have the latest release!

  It would seem that some confusion has arisen due to the regular (and somewhat rapid) occurrence of new Manjaro releases. This confusion has been compounded still further by the use of version numbers (e.g. 0.8.1, 0.8.2, etc), a custom normally associated with the Standard Release Development Model, where a brand-new release of an operating system […]

Stable repositories got updated

Today’s merge of Manjaro-Stable from our Manjaro-Testing repositories will bring these changes: KDE got updated to 4.9.4 LibreOffice got updated to 3.6.4 mhwd got multi-extramodules support So everybody using the catalyst-legacy driver should use mhwd to install supported opensource-drivers before updating. Nvidia users should double-check which proprietary driver supports their graphic cards now. All used […]

Decay is now available

Decay is now available for free download, torrenting and streaming! Check out our download page for various options. It’s been a long time and a lot of effort making this film, and it’s great to have it out the door! We hope you enjoy it. The film is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial / CC-BY-NC, […]

Manjaro 0.8.3pre2 has been released!

  Further refinements have been made to Manjaro 0.8.3pre2, the second preview of the upcoming release of version 0.8.3. Full multimedia support has again been provided 'out of the box' as standard, further enhancements have been made to the Manjaro Hardware Detection (mhwd) tool and CLI Installer, and there have been improvements to the overall […]

Try Manjaro in Your Web-Browser!

  Whether you are currently using Windows, Mac-OS, or a Linux-based operating system (including Manjaro, of course), it is now possible to try out the latest release of Manjaro on-line, without having to download or install it first. This is because, in another exciting development, Manjaro is the world's first operating system that can be run entirely […]

Manjaro 0.8.3pre1 (Cinnamon/Gnome) released

With the help of Guillaume Benoit we managed to get our first preview of our Cinnamon/Gnome edition released. It is the first install-media featuring Gnome 3.6.2. Since GDM created some issues we replaced it with LXDM in this release. Also a break of 30 seconds during bootup is sadly happening now – we still don’t […]