The Manjaro 20.0.1 Lysia distribution has just been released. The Manjaro operating system is based on Arch Linux and is a great choice for Windows users want to try Linux. The new version is ready for download after just two months of development.
Available in three versions, Xfce, KDE and Gnome, with some specifics for each of them.
What does the upgrade of the stable branch bring?
Almost all of the Kernels used by the distribution have been upgraded
Systemd in version 245.5
KDE-git packages updated
Thunderbird in version 68.8.0
Pamac in version 9.5
Deepin theme in version 20
Updated browsers: Firefox 76.0.1, Firefox-Dev 77.0b3, Palemoon 28.9.3
Along with the usual upstream updates
The Arch distribution upgraded the default compression to zstd. Thus the Manjaro distribution adopted the same standard. If for some reason an error occurs with ZSTD run the commands:
sudo pacman -Syy
sudo pacman -S pacman-static
sudo pacman-static -Syyu
Windows users thinking of trying out Linux will be very pleased with this distribution. The operating system will automatically install the drivers that your system needs, and will continue to update as it is a rolling release in its standards Arch Linux.
Download the new version