Distribution Release: blendOS 2023.04.22 (DistroWatch.com News)

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2023-04-22 NEWDistribution Release: blendOS 2023.04.22
blendOS is an Arch Linux-based, rolling release distribution which automates installing software from supported distributions (Arch, Fedora, and Ubuntu) into containers. The project’s latest snapshot replaces distrobox containers with podman. It is now also easier to install software from Arch straight onto the host distribution. “In addition to the apps available in containers, it’s now possible to install apps straight from the system Arch repos and the Chaotic-AUR repository, on the base itself. This is extremely useful if you want to install a third-party VPN app, for example, or some missing drivers. distrobox has been replaced in favor of our own implementation, using podman directly, built as part of blend, as it was impossible to implement certain features mentioned below using distrobox. Applications and binaries installed in containers now automatically and instantaneously appear on the base system, as expected from a blend of distributions. Additional information can be found in the project’s release announcement. Download (MD5), pkglist): blendOS-2023.04.22-x86_64-plasma.iso (3,029MB), blendOS-2023.04.22-x86_64-gnome.iso (2,843MB).
About blendOS
blendOS is an Arch Linux-based, rolling release distribution which automates installing software from supported distributions (Arch, Fedora, and Ubuntu) into containers. blendOS tries to make software management in across containers feel native and provides access to the user’s home directory for each container.
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