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Antergos previously known as Cinnarch is a Linux distribution based upon Arch Linux It uses the GNOME 3 desktop environment by default but it can also employ the Cinnamon, MATE, KDE Plasma 5 and Xfce desktops It was released on July 2012 as Cinnarch and by May 2013 it ranked among the top 30 most popular distributions at DistroWatch3 The Galician word Antergos meaning: ancestors was chosen "to link the past with the present"4

Contents

  • 1 History and development
  • 2 Installation
  • 3 Package management
  • 4 Releases
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

History and developmentedit

Initially the project began as Cinnarch56 and the desktop environment used by this distribution was Cinnamon, a fork of GNOME Shell developed by the Linux Mint team In April 2013 the team switched the default desktop environment from Cinnamon to GNOME version 36, given the difficulty of keeping Cinnamon which did not make it a priority to stay compatible with the latest GTK librariescitation needed in the repositories of a rolling release like Arch Linux The distribution was accordingly renamed to Antergos and released under the new name in May 2013789

Other changes in the default configuration of the system included: Nautilus replacing the Nemo file Manager, GDM replacing MDM Mint Display Manager as desktop manager and Empathy replacing Pidgin as the messaging client

Since version 20140526, Antergos partnered with the Numix project to bring Numix-Square icons and an exclusive Numix-Frost theme to the operating system10

On 7 March 2015, an Antergos Minimal ISO was made available, providing only necessary components for the installer to function11

Installationedit

Antergos features the graphical installer Cnchi The installer boots into a GNOME desktop, but during installation gives the options to choose between GNOME 3, Cinnamon, Mate, KDE Plasma 5, Xfce and Openbox desktop environments1213 A network connection is required to begin the installation and to automatically update the Cnchi installer prior to installation

Package managementedit

Antergos is a rolling release and utilizes Arch Linux official repositories and the AUR, along with its own software repositories14 It's a Pacman-based distribution with a minimal text-based installer similar to that of Arch Linux

Package management is via pacman and a GUI front-end, Pamac15

Antergos doesn't come with a default office suite However, since the earliest Cinnarch release, it has had the "LibreOffice Installer for Arch Linux" which makes it easy to select and download the required LibreOffice components16

Releasesedit

The first ISO by the name of Cinnarch was launched on 7 May 2012 accompanied by a message in the Arch Linux forum notifying users of the release17 The first version under the Antergos name was released on 12 May 20131819

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "About" Antergos Linux Retrieved 23 April 2015 
  2. ^ "ISO Refresh: 20161120" Antergos Linux Retrieved 23 November 2016 
  3. ^ "Antergos" DistroWatch 
  4. ^ "Antergos 20130512 – We're back" Antergos News May 2013 
  5. ^ Noyes, Katherine 26 November 2012 "With 'Cinnarch,' Arch Linux gets a sprinkle of Cinnamon" PC World IDG Retrieved 16 July 2013 
  6. ^ von Eitzen, Chris 23 November 2012 "Cinnarch: Arch Linux with Mint's Cinnamon desktop" The H - Open Heinz Heise Retrieved 16 July 2013 
  7. ^ faidoc 11 April 2013 "Cinnarch GNOME 20130411 – Last release under the Cinnarch name" Antergos Linux Retrieved 16 July 2013 
  8. ^ Noyes, Katherine 23 May 2013 "Another Day, Another Distro: Antergos Linux Is Born" LinuxInsider ECT News Network, Inc Retrieved 16 July 2013 
  9. ^ Noyes, Katherine 14 May 2013 "So Long, Cinnamon: Cinnarch Linux is reborn as Antergos" PC World IDG Retrieved 16 July 2013 
  10. ^ faidoc 26 May 2014 "Antergos 20140526 available" Antergos blog Retrieved 13 August 2014 
  11. ^ Falgout, Dustin 7 March 2015 "Antergos Minimal ISO: For Those Who Don't Need a Full Live Environment and Want a Faster Download" Antergos blog Retrieved 17 April 2015 
  12. ^ Noyes, Katherine 14 May 2013 "So Long, Cinnamon: Cinnarch Linux is reborn as Antergos" PC World IDG Retrieved 16 July 2013 
  13. ^ "Antergos Linux 20130512 review" LinuxBSDoscom 20 May 2013 Retrieved 31 May 2013 
  14. ^ "About" Antergos May 2013 
  15. ^ "PacmanXG4" 
  16. ^ "PCWorldcom" 
  17. ^ "Cinnarch - Your favorite distro with Cinnamon desktop" Announcement of the first Cinnarch release 
  18. ^ "Official announcement of the first Antergos release" 
  19. ^ "All Cinnarch/Antergos release news on DistroWatchcom" 

External linksedit

  • Official website
  • Official wiki
  • Official forum
  • Antergos at DistroWatch

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