The Artemis release announcement images are available:
Artemis with new EndeavourOS ARM install
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Just like NASA's Artemis mission will be to go back to the moon and also lay the foundation for the future (Mars) missions, EndeavourOS' Artemis release is laying the foundation for the future of EndeavourOS ARM.
Artemis is the first release that ships with an integrated feature to install the first stage of a two-step installatio
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To make use of the new install method for Odroid N2/N2+ and Raspberry PI you can download the Artemis ISO over here, to start the first of our renewed and easy-to-use two-step installation method.
Just fire up the ISO on an x86_64 machine, stick in an SD card or connect an SSD designated for your ARM dev
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The issue is resolved, we're back at full speed.
Apollo ISO bug is fixed for most users and also a workaround for those who need it.
A refreshed EndeavourOS ARM install script and a renewed Mac M1 script have arrived.
In the wake of our Apollo release for x86-64 systems, we proudly present our refreshed EndeavourOS ARM automated installation script.
The improvements of this script are focused on the Raspberry PI 4 64-bit since upstream development for this platform is very active. The E
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