Release of qBittorrent 4.6 with I2P support: alternative installer Agama 5: Ubuntu LTS release support time increased to 10 years: Release nginx 1.25.3, njs 0.8.2 and NGINX Unit 1.31.1:
Release of Apache NetBeans 19: Samba 4.19.0: Release of Manjaro Linux 23.0: Tails 5.17: webOS Open Source Edition 2.23: Ubuntu will support full-disk encryption that uses TPM: Double Commander 1.
The most active dev leaves Alpine Linux: Unofficial GNU Boot renamed: Release of MX Linux 23: Release of GNU Emacs 29.1 with Wayland support: Pixar, Adobe, Apple, Autodesk and NVIDIA began joint promotion of the OpenUSD platform:
Debian support for RISC-V architecture: Release of MPV 0.36: Inkscape 1.3: Release of PascalABC.NET 3.9.0 development environment: MLS proposed standard: Network Security Toolkit 38: Ubuntu, optimized for Intel Core processors:
Perl 5.38.0 with class support: Release of rclone 1.63: DeltaTouch 1.0.0: New release of Radix: KDE Neon: 75% of Steam games play in Linux: LXD seperation: The sourcegraph project moved from an open license to proprietary:
Ubuntu mini installation: Release EasyOS 5.0: KDE Plasma switches to Qt 6: Release of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.14: Release of Armbian 23.02: Release of FFmpeg 6.0: GIMP 2.10.34: Debian 12 launched a separate repository with firmware:
Release of MX Linux 21.3: Release of LibreELEC 10.0.4: Release of LosslessCut 3.49.0: Release of Kodi 20.0: Backup system restic 0.15: [Release of Firejail 0.9.72:])https://github.com/netblue30/firejail/releases/tag/0.9.72) Release of Plop Linux 23:
SFC urges open source projects to stop using GitHub: Porteus 5.0 distribution released: Release of Zabbix 6.2: The KDE project introduced their fourth generation of KDE Slimbooks: Oracle Linux 9 and Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 7 available:
Qt6 packages prepared for Debian 11: Release of the MidnightBSD 2.2: Cinnamon 5.4 desktop environment released: Release of EasyOS 4.0, a custom distribution from the creator of Puppy Linux:
SIMH simulator license dispute: Vulnerability in the Linux perf kernel subsystem: HP has announced a laptop that comes with Pop!_OS: Ubuntu 22.10 will move to audio processing with PipeWire instead of PulseAudio:
This month: Command & Conquer How-To : Python, Blender and Latex Graphics : Inkscape Everyday Ubuntu : KDE Science Pt.2 Micro This Micro That Review : Ubuntu 22.04 Review : Puppy Linux Slacko 7 My Story : My Journey To Ubuntu 22.
Mesa’s Rust implementation of OpenCL now supports OpenCL 3.0: Intel Opens PSE Block Firmware Code for Elkhart Lake Chips: DBMS libmdbx 0.11.7 Move Development to GitFlic After Lockdown on GitHub: