Anarchy Linux

Telegram group

September 12, 2019 By Panda Foss.

We’re announcing the creation of a discussion group in the Telegram instant messaging service.

You are invited to join the group by clicking on this link, to discuss new ideas and features to be implemented in future releases.

Together we can make Anarchy more than just an installer!

We’re hoping to see you soon!

Release v1.0.5

September 4, 2019 By Erazem Kokot.

Another Anarchy update, yay!

1.0.5’s changelog is actually quite long, despite being a “patch” version.

You can check out the changelog on our release page for a summary or continue reading for a more in-depth look into the changes.

Firstly we’ve completely removed the GUI installer, since it was very outdated and it hasn’t been built since like v1.0.0. AFAIK nobody has complained about the lack of GUI builds, but if enough people would like …

We'd like your feedback

September 2, 2019 By Erazem Kokot.

Hello,

My name is Erazem and I’m a fairly new contributor to the Anarchy Linux project and the author of this website.

Like (hopefully) most of you reading this, I really like the project and as a beginner in open source I wanted to contribute to it. Since I only know a bit about bash scripting I haven’t been able to contribute much actual code yet, but that didn’t stop me from contributing altogether. And it shouldn’t stop you from contributing …

Release 1.0.4

September 1, 2019 By Erazem Kokot.

On June 8, 2019, Anarchy Linux received its 1.0.4 release, finally. With the upcoming release of 1.0.5, which already has way more changes, we can safely say this was a minor release,

Changelog:

  • QT4 was removed from the package list
  • MongoDB was removed from the optional software list
  • A timeout was added to the syslinux config file
  • arch-wiki-cli was removed from the package list

New Website

September 1, 2019 By Erazem Kokot.

You’ve stumbled upon our revamped website. It was built to be modern and fast using the Hugo static website generator and the Terrassa theme.

If you haven’t already, check out our Github project page.