Artix Linux has its own
package repositories but, as a pacman-based distribution, can use
packages from Arch Linux repositories or any other derivative
distribution, even packages explicitly depending on systemd. The Arch
User Repository (AUR) can also be used. Arch OpenRC began in 2012 and
Manjaro OpenRC was subsequently developed alongside it. In 2017 these
projects merged to create Artix Linux.
Artix initially offered two installation environments, a base command-line ISO image and the graphical Calamares installer based on LXQt desktop with an i3 version following later. Those early versions featured the OpenRC init system. The latest installation media are available in a variety of desktop environments like LXDE, XFCE, MATE, Cinnamon and KDE Plasma 5. Additionally, two unofficial community editions featuring GTK and Qt desktops and a larger software base are offered, aiming at too-busy-to-customise or less experienced users. All current installation media come in OpenRC, runit and s6 versions.
Artix Linux 2020 (64Bit)
- Brand: Linux DVD Center
- Product Code: B08LSMHM1D
- Availability: In Stock
The default product is delivered in DVD with paper sleeve. You can buy it with transparent or colored cover or case. Is also available in 4gb, 8gb, 16gb or 32gb USB flash drive with extra cost.
License: GNU/GPL (Free to use or Redistribute)
Please Note: This software is free to download from the developers website. You are paying for the label design, disk manufacturing, printing and postage. It is ideal for those who do not have broadband and do not want to use data or for those who do not feel confident burning an ISO file to DVD. These programs are licensed under the terms of the GNU License, the GNU lesser Public License or the Mozilla Public License or are in the Public Domain.
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