The 11.0.x LTS edition, codename Aramo.

Aramo is a long term support (LTS) version in development. It is based on Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy Jellyfish).

Trisquel 11.0, is the first release with x86_64, ARM32, ARM64 and PowerPC architectural support.

Software versions and distro editions

This release is based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and as always it contains only free software, including:
  • Internet
    • Abrowser 110.0, as default web browser for MATE, KDE, LDXE desktop environments.
    • Icedove 102.8, as default email client for MATE and KDE desktop.
  • Office Suite
    • LibreOffice, 7.3.7 at the time of writing.
  • Linux-libre based kernels tracking upstream,
  • Backports, several key packages added/updated through the backports repository, use with care.
  • Notable mention to,
    • freedom-maker, a package to build trisquel based instances, many thanks to bill-auger.
    • Over 300+ packages modified by the trisquel project just for this release, several bug fixes and maintenance patches.


This release has 4 editions:
  • Trisquel, the default desktop environment using MATE, this edition provides a classic desktop environment matching the user experience of previous Trisquel releases.
  • Triskel, running the KDE environment. Excellent for customizing the design and look in fine detail.
  • Trisquel Mini, running LXDE, a lightweight desktop perfect for netbooks, old computers or users with a conservative resource usage policy.
  • Trisquel Sugar or Trisquel On A Sugar Toast (TOAST) based on the Sugar learning platform. Comes with dozens of educational activities for children.

An alternative network installer for full customization developed specially for Aramo,

  • Netinstall installer image, to deploy with a command-line install interface, ideal for servers and advanced users who want to explore custom designed environments.

Where Trisquel GNOME is now part of the options available at the tasksel step.

Finally, this release had put some additional work on Budgie and Kylin DE for users that would like them to test them out.


10/26/2022 - 22:25
04/20/2023 - 22:25