Apertis has a release lifecycle which is roughly three months long. Each release consists of a round of development, testing and bug fixing, followed by a stable release. Apertis also has a daily set of images which can be used for the latest testing.
You can find:
- Stable release images at https://images.apertis.org/release/
- Daily build images at https://images.apertis.org/daily/
Apertis is actively developed, so you should always develop against either the latest release or the daily build images.
There are two images available for most platforms. The development image is the target image with all the development libraries. Those images are available for the AMD64 and i386 platforms. Additionally, an SDK image is available for i386 and AMD64, even in VDI format suitable for VirtualBox. There is also an ARM image, which is not publicly available at this time.
Our i386 images require BIOS boot, while the AMD64 images require EFI boot.