Free sound editor Ardour 8.0 Ubuntu will restrict access to user namespace Wayfire 0.8, using Wayland: Fedora project’s laptop: Release of Krita 5.2 Release of Raspberry Pi OS: Release of Ubuntu 23.
Release of the OBS Studio 29: Update OpenWrt 22.03.3: Release of FreeCol 1.0: Source code of Duelyst game is open: HAMMER2 file system port available for NetBSD and FreeBSD:
SCALE19x returns to the Los Angeles area July 28-31. Join the Ubuntu and Linux community for 100+ sessions on all things opensource. Keynotes include Vint Cerf, Aeva Black, Demetris Cheatham, and more.
Chrome OS 99 released Budgie 10.6 desktop First release of LWQt, a Wayland-based variant of the LXQt wrapper Fedora Linux 37 intends to stop building optional packages for the i686 architecture
Ubuntu 21.04 Will Remain on Gnome 3.38 and GTK3 Corellium the First to Boot Linux on M1 Macs Chromium Losing Access to Chrome Sync Fedora Won’t Drop Chromium MX Linux Community Respin Beta dubbed Ragout Out
Updated Debian 10: 10.2 released Zorin OS 15 Lite is Here IPFire 2.23, Core Update 137 released China Extends Lead in Number of TOP500 Supercomputers System76 Will Build Its Own Linux Laptops From January 2020
A bumper episode for you this week! You know that silly fear about Alexa recording everything and leaking it online? It just happened GNU Emacs 26.1 released Firefox And Chrome Bug Leaked Facebook Profile Details For Almost A Year
Ubuntu MATE And Ubuntu Budgie Dropping 32-bit Hardware Support Now You Can Officially Run Linux Apps On Chrome OS KaOS KDE-focused rolling Linux distro celebrates 5th birthday with updated ISO
Soon You’ll Be Able To Run Linux Apps In VM On Chrome OS Ubuntu Adds New “Minimal Installation” Option For Fewer Preinstalled Packages Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver Calamares 3.
This month Command & Conquer How-To : Python (Arduino), LaTeX With Zim, and Program For Ubuntu Touch Graphics : Inkscape & Kdenlive ChromeCult: No Options Linux Labs: Should Linux Drop 32-bit Support?
Ubuntu Touch OTA-14 Slightly Delayed Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation, 15 years after Ballmer called it ‘cancer’ Almost all the world’s fastest supercomputers run Linux Security bods find Android phoning home.