New Trusty images are now live!

As announced previously, we’ve just rolled out new versions of our Trusty images today (December 12th, 2017) @ 17:25 UTC!

Here’s what you need to know:

List of changes

You can have an overview of what changed here.

Sudo-enabled Trusty images

(i.e. with sudo: required in your .travis.yml file)

If you encounter a spurious build failure because of the update, it’s possible to use the previous image by specifying the following in your configuration:

sudo: required
dist: trusty
group: deprecated-2017Q4

Sudo-disabled Trusty images

(i.e. default or with sudo: false in your .travis.yml file)

These images were updated but it’s unfortunately not possible to use the previous image. You can however use a similar image but on our sudo-enabled infrastructure instead with the following keys in your configuration (same as above):

sudo: required
dist: trusty
group: deprecated-2017Q4

Take note that the new travis_lts and travis_latest groups don’t apply to these images yet.

If you run into issues

You can either open an issue here or contact our Support Team at

We will be documenting all encountered issues with this update in the following public GitHub issue.