Manjaro Linux 17.0.2 released, based on Arch Linux operating system


Manjaro Linux is a fast, user-friendly, desktop-oriented, Linux-based operating system. Some of its salient features include an intuitive installer, automatic hardware detection, a stable rolling publishing mode, support for installing multiple kernels, special Bash scripts for managing graphics cards, and a high degree of desktop configure ability. Manjaro Linux provides the Xfce desktop as a core option and provides a minimalist version of Net for advanced users. Users can also get GNOME 3/Cinnamon and KDE versions of the community. Manjaro’s community forums can help and be energetic and users benefit from it.

Manjaro Linux 17.0.2 has been officially released. The new version brings KDE Plasma 5.10, GNOME 3.24 and Xfce 4.12.

The version fixes a lot of problems in the original release of the Gellivara version, which took almost three months to complete, the team improved hardware detection, updated the installation program (Calamares), added the latest software package for the installation media, And sorted out the release version.

Partially updated features:

  • Kernel upgrade to Linux 4.9 series
  • X.Org stack series upgrade to 1.19; the latest KDE Plasma 5, Applications, Framework and Qt
  • Update the package manager for the graphical interface
  • Manjaro Tools and Profiles enhancements and improvements



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