- Cassini Nova arrives with several bug fixes and upgrades to the major packages less than a month after Cassini Neo was made available.
- Since it is a rolling release, current users can easily carry out routine updates to get the most recent version.
- Users are, as always, advised to upgrade as soon as possible in order to receive the most recent security updates.
Less than a month after the release of Cassini Neo, Cassini Nova comes with some bug fixes and updates to main packages. EndeavourOS is a Linux distribution that is based on Arch Linux. It provides a user-friendly and customizable experience. EndeavourOS uses a rolling-release model, which means that it continually updates its software packages, so users always have access to the latest features and security updates such as this one.
What’s new in EndeavourOS Cassini Nova?
Cassini Nova comes with a couple of bug fixes in addition to the usual package updates. The latest release of EndeavourOS uses Linux kernel 6.2.2.arch1-1, a very recent kernel version.
- Calamares 3.3.0-alpha3
- Firefox 110.0.1-1
- Linux kernel 6.2.2.arch1-1
- Mesa 22.3.6-1
- Xorg-Server 21.1.7-1
- nvidia-dkms 525.89.02-2
The bug fixes for this release are:
- Fixed the necessary kernel parameter set-up when installing Nvidia Prime.
- The xf86-video-intel package isn’t installed by default anymore for Intel legacy CPUs.
- The offline installation received a fix for accidentally installing packages which are only necessary for the Live ISO environment.
- A general clean-up on the installer configs and the Calamares net install list.
Download EndeavourOS Cassini Nova
Existing EndeavourOS users do not need to download anything since it is a rolling release. Existing users can simply perform the usual updates to obtain the latest version.
For new users, EndeavourOS Cassini Nova can be downloaded here.
As always, users are recommended to update to the latest version as soon as possible to get the latest security patches.