Manjaro Budgie 16.06.1

budgie
community-edition

#1

Manjaro Budgie Community Edition is ready for download

The iso contain the last update of manjaro and all benefit .
Some programs included :

brasero
isotousb
redshift
skippy-xd
steam
libreoffice
gnome-calendar
nautilus-admin
lollypop
totem
sylpheed

and other but with in mind “one for one use”

download

Iso signed with PGP Key 8DF53602 Stefano Capitani < stefano_at_manjaro_dot_org >

Greetings
Stefano


#2

Torrens are also now up!


#3

Thank you :slight_smile:


#4

Good Day Stefano.
Budgie 16.06.1
Is it possible to list your average RAM memory usage on 86_64amd (64-bit).
I’m current running Manjaro-Deepin but currently looking at OS options that use less resources on my older Core2-duo laptop.

Just noticed 636 mb of RAM memory usage in photo. Is that still relevant now.


#5

I tested i686 version lately
https://forum.manjaro.org/uploads/default/optimized/2X/e/e4d1f0df35375db6b7eaed5f77ce906b8241a089_1_690x404.png
I also found out that when I log out on live session and relogin I have used memory of just 225MB

[manjaro@manjaro ~]$ free -h total used free shared buff/cache available Mem: 2.0G 225M 696M 69M 1.1G 1.5G


#6

Thats amazing Eugen


#7

First I’d like to congratulate y’all on an outstanding release. It is rock solid and runs like a top on my laptop. I’ll post my system info in a bit. I was wondering if anyone has looked at The Budgie-Remix distro that is on Distrowatch’s waiting list? They r basically trying to become an official flavor of Ubuntu, which I think is a mistake, but I did find a rather interesting item that they have come up with. It’s called budgie-plank and it’s a plugin for the desktop to make plank-config actually work. When I installed Plank and Plank-Config on my Manjaro system I could never get plank-config to work. I installed every dependency for both and plank itself worked but plank-config always threw up a error. The plugin is on git so getting a hold of it isn’t and issue but my problem is that I have no idea how to make a Manjaro package as my background is with Debian packaging. Just wanted to throw that out there in case anyone was interested.


#8

First of all thank you :wink: .
Why install plank config ? With plank now is unnecessary remove it and to config plank :slight_smile: after that simply CTRL + right mouse button and preference appear :sunglasses:


#9

Okay I will give that a shot

yeah that did the trick thanks

oh and one more thing. Is it safe to assume that gnome-look.org is the best place to fine themes? Should it be GTK3 themes or Gnome Shell themes?


#12

Yes but also in aur or in our repo you can pick more theme example in our repo is present arc-theme and arc-theme-firefox or moka icon . Only check ( in gnome look site ) if the theme is ready for gtk 3.20


#13

okay thanks


#14

My Manjaro Budgie desktop.

This is what I run at, keeping in mind I do have a lot of ram to spare, and my system is only rebooted after updates.
Memory Usage - 5643.7 / 32162.3MB

When I was running Manjaro KDE I was having an issue withe the system using way too much ram, giving me a lot of lag.
on the same system withe the same applications running I was averaging 16GB of ram usage.

Also if you don’t have a lot of ram, try not to use chrome. I know many people rely on it, but it will eat away at your ram. Every app you add to chrome uses extra ram, every tab you open will open a new process.

Firefox might not be the best, but it sure plays nice with Linux in general.


#15

NO DE should take up 5.6 GB’s of RAM on a reboot. Something is wrong on your setup.


#16

My pc Has now been running for 7 days. It will be rebooted tomorrow after the latest updates.
This is what my pc averages, with all the applications that are running, and I do have a lot.

Not at reboot, at reboot it’s about 300MB.


#17

Oh okay. You just didn’t state that. The others posted after clean reboot, so I assumed yours was too.


#18

Guys, I tried to disable animations in tweak tools but it keeps turned on. Any help?

It is just a little buggy. Finally I got them disabled after some tries.


#20

For the record, it will be an official flavor (Ubuntu Budgie) beginning with the 16.10 release.


#21

Hi, when I downloaded both the 16.06.1 iso and the md5 file marked with the same version, I got a md5 file for version 16.06 only, and the md5sums of course don’t match.

The md5 file says: “d226722e38c56431d42b0bba86dc5ab1 manjaro-budgie-community-16.06-x86_64.iso”

My downloaded iso’s md5sum is:
38fe23f7981f6b75d70b136b602b9818 ~/etc etc/manjaro-budgie-community-16.06.1-x86_64.iso

Could you confirm the correct md5sum?

Thanks.


#22

Please use the signature file or the sha1sum from our download page.


#23

I confirm this checksums , and of course the trick of Philip , also in sourcefourge you see equal sign and if you download the .sig file you can verify my pgp key on iso