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We do not encourage or condone anyone posting on Archlinux forums that hide the fact they are using ArchBang. Your post will be at best closed or even deleted.
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December release is still available but for more up to date isos please check out our testing section:
Isos here are more up to date and will hopefully throw up any major problems post install.
ArchBang 2012.12 is out in the wild!!! If you are already running ArchBang smoothly on your system then you don’t need to install the new release. This 2012.12 release is a full systemd version with our latest set of minimal packages and Openbox for the competent Linux user.
A few changes for this . . . → Read More
The latest November ArchBang testing .isos are available now.
These .isos now reflect the recent evolutionary changes in Arch Linux and use systemd by default.
Any previous ArchBang release is now considered deprecated and not to be used for installation.
Test them out and share your feedback with us.
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Many new users of ArchBang are having serious problems updating after installing the May release. We are well aware of the problem, but there is no easy fix. If you have tried to update right after install then there is a good chance the problem can be resolved by removing broadcom-wl drivers.
As a . . . → Read More
ArchBang 2012.05 is out in the wild!! If you are already running ArchBang smoothly on your system you don’t need to install the new release.
Some changes for this release:
- QDarkStudio4 default GTK theme
- Shotwell picture viewer
- Improved Conky
- Epdfview replaces zathura
- simple clean tint2 panel
- Broadcom . . . → Read More
As of today, the new project leader for ArchBang will be Stan McLaren. Me & Prit will not be able to lead the project anymore because our situations are changing in real life (internship, getting a job, new passion, love, family & friends in need of us just to name a few). This is . . . → Read More
The main aim of these releases are:
Testing the upcoming seasonal release Providing updated packages Feedback/suggestions
Please get the latest ISOs and let us know what you think from here:
My co-dev Prit (a.k.a. sHyLoCk) is back in action with a good suggestion that I’ll adopt which is to have 2 releases per year which is plenty for a rolling release distro (Ubuntu also has 2 releases/year on April & October and it’s not a rolling release distro). This also means that the name . . . → Read More
You don’t need it if you already have AB installed on your system -PCMan File Manager over Thunar File Manager -Xcompmgr-dana over Xcompmgr -Recent Files pipemenu added -New keybind to read the upgraded DOC -Progress bar while copying files -Better font rendering -New look -Smaller iso -Complete list of packages found here -Report . . . → Read More