Just under two months ago, the team of developers at Endeavor launched the October version of your operating system. That launch did not go as expected and they introduced a bug in Kalu that has made them have to do extra work. For that reason there was no November version of the operating system previously known as Antergos and what they launched a few hours ago is treated as the October launch, the correct one this time.
As we read in the release note, this is not a major update. In fact, EndeavorOS uses the updates model known as rolling release, which means that, after a first installation, we will be able to install all future updates for life. What they released today is a new image for new installations that fixes the bug related to Kalu, but they have used the release to update some packages.
The latest version of EndeavorOS arrives with Firefox 70
Among the packages that have been updated taking advantage of this release, we have the kernel Linux 5.4.1, Firefox 70.0.1 and Mesa 5.4.1.
With this release, we address the issue with Kalu updating after installation. This is why we removed Kalu and replaced it with our internal EndeavorOS update notifier.. The observant reader will have noticed that we do not call it the December release. We are still working on the December release, this interim release is only to address the Kalu issue.
From the looks of it, there will be another release this month in the form of new first install images, one that they will call the december release. It will include all the November updates that have not been included in this release. The EndeavorOS developer team has not said when they will release the December update, but it should arrive sometime before the end of the year.
Interested users can download EndeavorOS from this link.