Just a quick notice that Cinnamon 3.4 is now available in our community repository (along with the new Slick Greeter)! Here’s a screenshot…
For more information on changes introduced with Cinnamon 3.4 please refer to this Linux Mint blog post.
With the hard work of our community infrastructure contributors, there are now two more services available for our community members:
Thanks to Dingyuan Wang (gumblex) for creating this website.
It should not take much explanation for our Packages site - as mentioned above, it is a catalog of AOSC OS packages - and you could now search for a particular package available to AOSC OS (or to find out if it’s available yet), check on update status, and compare versions of a given package available to all our AOSC OS ports.
Dingyuan Wang also mentioned that there will be a function where AOSC OS users could file package requests on the same website, making it easier for users and developers to check on request status.
Thanks to Sijie Bu (butangmucat) for making this service available.
Currently there are four mailing lists available, each dedicated to different functions…
If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions to our community services and infrastructure, please pop a mail to our discussions mailing list
Please update your
firefox package to version
53.0 and above.
A recently released version of Firefox has addressed the following security vulnerabilities, assigned with multiple CVE IDs:
CVE-2017-5429, CVE-2017-5430, CVE-2017-5432, CVE-2017-5433, CVE-2017-5434, CVE-2017-5435, CVE-2017-5436, CVE-2017-5437, CVE-2017-5438, CVE-2017-5439, CVE-2017-5440, CVE-2017-5441, CVE-2017-5442, CVE-2017-5443, CVE-2017-5444, CVE-2017-5445, CVE-2017-5446, CVE-2017-5447, CVE-2017-5448, CVE-2017-5449, CVE-2017-5450, CVE-2017-5451, CVE-2017-5452, CVE-2017-5453, CVE-2017-5454, CVE-2017-5455, CVE-2017-5456, CVE-2017-5458, CVE-2017-5459, CVE-2017-5460, CVE-2017-5461, CVE-2017-5462, CVE-2017-5463, CVE-2017-5464, CVE-2017-5465, CVE-2017-5466, CVE-2017-5467, CVE-2017-5468, CVE-2017-5469.
Please update your
google-chrome packages to version
58.0.3029.81 and above.
A recently released version of Chromium/Google Chrome Web browser addressed the following security issues, assigned with multiple CVE IDs:
Brutally simplified rolling Linux distribution.
Install AOSC OS on your Windows machine.
Localization improvements made by the community.
A catalog of packages available for AOSC OS.
Our community repository server, where AOSC OS installation medias, tarballs, packages, project documentation, etc. are stored.
Take a look at current mirror synchronization and availability information.
Community mailing lists for discussions, advisories, and announcements.
Get in touch with the community.
Learn about newest news and happenings in and around AOSC.
Our WebMail service for AOSC developers and contributors.
Our public clipboard service (or pastebin) that you can use for all your clippy needs.