64-bit installation image
This is Alpha 2 ISO that fixes Wayland not being actually default – we are now there, Wayland is finally default. Head over to devlog to read more about it and other changes regarding PureOS and other Purism news.
How to install PureOS from a USB drive
Open GNOME Disks and navigate to your USB drive:
Then press on the menu button (upper right corner, 3 horizontal lines) and choose Restore Disk Image after which you should get pop-out window with option to choose which image:
After you press start restoring it will ask you for your password. That’s it, it will now write PureOS on your USB drive.
In case you don’t have GNU/Linux yet, or you don’t want to use GNOME disks we recommend using Etcher.