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Linux Lite 6.2 Is Slated for Release on November 1st, Based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

8 hours 41 min ago

The Release Candidate of the upcoming Linux Lite 6.2 distribution is now available for public testing based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Linux kernel 5.15 LTS, and Xfce 4.16 desktop environment.

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Linux Mint 21.1 “Vera” to Arrive on Christmas with Improved Driver Manager, New ISO Verifier

Friday 30th of September 2022 01:54:38 PM

The upcoming Linux Mint 21.1 "Vera" operating system is planned for Christmas 2022 with improved Driver Manager and Software Sources, new ISO verification tool, and more.

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Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) Beta Released with GNOME 43, Linux Kernel 5.19

Friday 30th of September 2022 05:11:21 AM

Ubuntu 22.10 beta is now available for download and public testing featuring the latest GNOME 43 desktop environment and Linux kernel 5.19.

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Security-Oriented Distro Parrot 5.1 Arrives with AnonSurf 4, Linux Kernel 5.18, and More

Thursday 29th of September 2022 05:47:12 PM

Parrot 5.1 ethical hacking and penetration testing distribution is now available for download. This release comes with Linux kernel 5.18, AnonSurf 4, and updated components.

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System76’s Oryx Pro Linux Laptop Gets a 4K OLED Display and DDR5 RAM

Wednesday 28th of September 2022 02:31:07 PM

System76 updates its Oryx Pro Linux-powered laptop with a 4K OLED display and DDR5 RAM. Now available for pre-order!

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Star Labs Shares More Details on Its Upcoming StarFighter 4K Linux Laptop

Tuesday 27th of September 2022 09:12:42 PM

Star Labs unveiled the StarFighter Linux laptop with a 4K display, AMD Ryzen 7 or 12th-Gen Intel processors, up to 64GB RAM, and 8TB storage.

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Plasma Mobile Gear 22.09 Is Out for Your Phone and Tablet with a New Default Homescreen

Tuesday 27th of September 2022 05:59:01 PM

Plasma Mobile Gear 22.09 is now available for phones and tablets with updated apps, a new Homescreen, and many other improvements.

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Shotcut 22.09 Video Editor Adds Initial Support for WebP Animations, New Video Filters

Monday 26th of September 2022 03:43:14 PM

Shotcut 22.09 open-source video editing software is now available for download. This is a major release that comes with initial support for WebP animations, a GPS Graphic video filter, and many other changes.

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Raspberry Pi OS Has a New Release to Improve Detection of Bluetooth HID Devices

Monday 26th of September 2022 01:03:33 PM

Raspberry Pi OS 2022-09-22 is now available for download with improved detection of Bluetooth HID devices, improved startup speed of LXPanel network controller plugins, updated kernel, and bug fixes.

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: September 25th, 2022

Monday 26th of September 2022 07:35:03 AM

The 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup for September 25th, 2022, brings news about GNOME 43, Firefox 105, Kdenlive fundraising, UbuntuDDE Remix 22.04, Mesa 22.2, Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm”, as well as all the latest distro and software releases.

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Avidemux 2.8.1 Released with 8-Bit VP9 VDPAU Hardware Decoding, New Filters, and More

Sunday 25th of September 2022 10:14:47 PM

Avidemux 2.8.1 open-source and free video editor software is now available for download. This releases comes with new filters, a new video encoder, support for decoding 8-bit VP9 in hardware, and many other enhancements.

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UbuntuDDE Remix 22.04 Brings the Deepin Desktop Environment to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Friday 23rd of September 2022 08:15:14 AM

UbuntuDDE Remix 22.04 distribution is now available for download. This release is based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) and features the Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE).

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Audacity 3.2 Released with Real-Time and VST3 Effects, FFmpeg 5.0 and WavPack Support

Friday 23rd of September 2022 12:01:33 AM

Audacity 3.2 open-source and free audio editor software is now available for download. This release comes with support for FFmpeg 5.0, WavPack support, and many other improvements.

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Mesa 22.2 Graphics Stack Brings Improvements for Halo Infinite, Minecraft, and Other Games

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 09:22:47 PM

Mesa 22.2 graphics driver stack is now available for download with various new features and improvements for Linux gamers. Here's what's new!

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Kdenlive Devs Need Your Help to Implement Nested Timelines, New Effects Panel

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 08:43:01 PM

Kdenlive video editor developers need your help to implement nested timelines, a new effects panel, and various performance improvements. Here's how you can help them!

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Fwupd 1.8.5 Adds New Plugin to Display SMU Firmware Version on AMD APU/CPUs

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 02:48:01 PM

Fwupd 1.8.5 Linux firmware updating utility is now available for download. This release comes with a new plugin to display SMU firmware version on AMD APU/CPUs, support for new devices, as well as various improvements.

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Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm” Installer Adds Windows 11 Detection, New ARM Devices

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 08:31:31 AM

Debian GNU/Linux 12 "Bookworm" installer is now ready for public testing with support for Linux kernel 5.19, Windows 11 detection, support for new ARM and RISC-V devices, and many other changes.

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Firefox 106 Promises PDF Annotation Features, Wayland Screen Sharing Improvements

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 04:30:45 PM

Firefox 106 open-source web browser is now available for public beta testing and promises PDF annotation capabilities, as well as major WebRTC improvements for better Wayland screen sharing support.

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Ubuntu Core Will Support the Matter Standard Out of the Box for IoT Devices

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 03:13:32 PM

Canonical joins the Connectivity Standards Alliance in an attempt to help set new security and reliability standards for IoT and Ubuntu Core, including out of the box support for the Matter standard.

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GNOME 43 Released with Quick Settings, More GTK 4 Ports, and New Device Security Panel

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 02:36:48 PM

GNOME 43 desktop environment is out now with a brand-new Quick Settings feature, more apps ported to GTK4, a new Device Security panel, as well as various other changes and improvements.

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Red Hat Hires a Blind Software Engineer to Improve Accessibility on Linux Desktop

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