Ventoy is an open source tool for creating bootable USB drives. It was originally released as a command line program. A web UI was introduced later in March this year, but it wasn’t really functional or easy to use. These days the developers have announced the first version of Ventoy with a native Linux GUI. […]Read More
The Ubuntu team has announced an updated version of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Ubuntu 18.04.6, is now available. The new media includes a security fix for the BootHole security issues. Learn more about the new release here.
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The networking startup, Kentik Labs, has launched with open source networking tools that leverage eBPF. They say the new platform is aimed at “the other side of the house” from its usual network engineering customers. Learn more about Kenti…Read More
In this short post, we are going to summarize the new features and updates expected in Fedora 35, with an expected stable release for the end of next October.
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Released less than a month ago, the LibreOffice 7.2 office suite has already been adopted by hundreds of thousands of computer users. LibreOffice 7.2.1 has arrived as the first maintenance update, fixing as many as 87 bugs across all core components. Details about these bug fixes are provided in the changelogs from the RC1 and […]Read More
If you have never heard of GNOME Subtitles before, let me tell you that it’s a powerful subtitle editor for the Linux desktop, supporting most common text-based subtitle formats and offering features like subtitle translation, synchronization of times and frames, as well as built-in video previewing. The new release, GNOME Subtitles 1.7, is here to […]Read More
Released in early July, Darktable 3.6 arrived as a major release that introduced numerous new features and improvements, and now, Darktable 3.6.1 is here as the first point release to fix some nasty issues and also add support for new digital cameras. Darktable 3.6.1 adds base support for the Leica C-Lux (3:2), Nikon D6 (12-bit […]
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PeaZip 8.2 archive manager for Linux and Windows now supports a massive 225 archive formats. The new version focuses on improving user experience on Linux systems, updating installers, improving the automatic configuration of applications for “open wit…Read More
Version 4.22 of The Amnesic Incognito Live System, better known as Tails, rolled out recently. The new version is entirely focused on solving the most important issues in the Tor Connection assistant, making it more robust and easier to use. Learn more…Read More
After several months of development, Linux Lite 5.6 is here based on the recently released Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS point release in the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) operating system series, but it ships with the Linux 5.4 LTS kernel by default instead of its newer Linux 5.11 HWE (Hardware Enablement) kernel borrowed from the Ubuntu […]
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The Armbian 21.08 release appears to be a very important update as it comes with upgraded builds based on the latest Ubuntu and Debian GNU/Linux releases, such as Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) and Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye,” as well as new desktop environment flavors like Xfce, Cinnamon, and Budgie. This move puts Armbian on-par with […]
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Rspamd is an advanced high-performance spam scan software for Linux and Unix servers that delivers very accurate filter results. It is fast, open source, and designed to process hundreds of messages per second simultaneously.
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Based on the recently released Linux 5.14 kernel series, the GNU Linux-Libre 5.14 kernel is here to clean up the i915 Intel OpenGL graphics driver, clean and move the drivers for sp8870 and other av7110 cards in the upstream tree, adjust the cleaning up script of the Renesas xHCI driver, and remove an r8188eu file. […]
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KDE Plasma 5.22.5 is here as the last point release in the series, improving the System Monitor utility to correctly display IPv4 address information when IPv6 is disabled and to make the “Export Page” function work as it’s supposed to. It also improves the Plasma Panels to use the correct edge-specific theme graphics if available, […]
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While Canonical is still working hard to finish the last details of the forthcoming Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri) release, which will see the light of day on October 14th, 2021, they are already planning on the next major release, Ubuntu 22.04. But Ubuntu 22.04 will not be an ordinary release. In fact, it will be […]
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Less than two months in development, the Linux 5.14 kernel brings cool new features to the table, such as the merge of the core scheduling functionality to better protect our Linux computers against some Spectre vulnerabilities, the burstable CFS bandwidth controller, or the new mechanism for better controlling resource limits within user namespaces. Also new […]
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EndeavourOS 2021.08 brings massive improvements to the Calamares installer and introduces a new app called eos-apps-info. Learn about the new release here.
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