Core 4.1 is here!
December 1, 2016
Core 4.1 was released just now as a major feature update to the Core 4.0 series. Core 4.1 contains:
- Fixes to issues discovered since the release of Core 4.0.1 (last release in the 4.0 series).
- Features updates/additions to Core.
- Performance improvements.
- Security fixes.
And most notably, GCC now comes with Go language support, and now you may switch between the Google and the GNU implementation. Many changes were also put into a new Glibc update, like the Unicode 9.0 update. Also, we have disabled any non-Unicode locale by default to save some time and disk space when updating Glibc (you can still enable them by editing
Some details were changed in the AOSC OS base definition package (aosc-aaa) as well,
/etc/os-release now includes a new field for
BUILD_ID, as exposed in GNOME as follows:
A full changelog for Core 4.1 is available here.
Note: This version of Core contains security update for Glibc, for AOSA-2016-0030, therefore it it strongly suggested for you to update if you are using ARMv7 (
armel) port of AOSC OS!