“This marks the last update of Manjaro in 2017. We wish you all the best for next year. Have fun and celebrate with family and friends,” the announcement reads.
As per Manjaro Project Lead, Philip Müller, this is their second try with Xorg-Server v1.19.6. The respective packages of Firefox, Wine, and Gimp have been updated. Apart from the update of Manjaro Mesa-Stack, the dri/drm handling has also been changed.
On the kernel front, Linux 4.9 and Linux 4.14 have been updated to their latest point release. So, choose as per your convenience. Here’s the complete list of supported kernels:
- linux316 3.16.51
- linux318 3.18.90 [EOL]
- linux41 4.1.48
- linux44 4.4.108
- linux49 4.9.73
- linux412 4.12.14 [EOL]
- linux413 4.13.16 [EOL]
- linux414 4.14.10
- linux415 4.15-rc5
- linux-RT-LTS 4.9.68_rt60
- linux-RT 4.11.12_rt16
Available versions of Manjaro 17.1.0
- XFCE (it’s Manjaro’s flagship edition and it gets all the attention it deserves)
- Manjaro-Architect ISO
Find all the download links on Manjaro download page.
Check out Manjaro32 for 32-bit support
Following the footsteps of Arch Linux, Manjaro dropped the 32-bit support in September 2017. Later, Arch Linux 32 came into the picture as a community project, which was soon followed by Manjaro32. It goes without saying that Manjaro32 uses Arch Linux 32 as upstream. So, you need to check out all the details if you wish to continue using Manjaro on your older machine. Here’s the project website link.