Arch Linux 2015.08.01 recently released, is a lightweight and flexible Linux distribution OS that tries to Keep It Simple. This latest Arch Linux 2015.08.01 is now available for you download and install or upgrade your existing version. This release is powered by the latest Linux 4.1.3 LTS kernel and brings with it updates to GNU/Linux technologies. Download latest Arch Linux OS Those who use Arch Linux, Manjaro or another derivative system can receive the upgrade by performing a regular system upgrade: sudo pacman -Syu
The Evolve OS team has just announced the release of Evolve OS Beta 1.1. This release is primarily focused on the stability of the OS and bringing the core systems up to date. Note that as this is an update to Evolve OS Beta 1 (Quality Cycle), changes that are intended for beta2 will not be present (such as UEFI support). Also note Evolve OS is only available as a 64-bit system.
The MakuluLinux project has announced the release of MakuluLinux 8.0 Cinnamon edition. According to the release announcement, this is the first 64-bit edition of the OS. One notable feature in this release is Makulu now offers a Built in constructor tool, this tool lets you quickly and easily create a 100% snapshot of your LIVE system as it is, save it into a ISO that can be then re-installed on a new computer.
CoreOS Alpha 612.1.0 & 612.0.0 where both released on the same day. CoreOS is a new Linux distribution that has been re-architectured to provide features needed to run modern infrastructure stacks. The strategies and architectures that influence CoreOS allow companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter to run their services at scale with high resilience. CoreOS is Apache 2.0 licensed and runs on your existing hardware or cloud providers. CoreOS Alpha 612.