Oracle’s Patch Reduces Boot Times By Almost Half Inkscape 1.0 Released, Finally Ubuntu Studio 20.10 To Ship With Plasma Ubuntu 20.04 Certifies the Pi Audacity Released 2.4, Withdrew It, Then Released It Again
Ubuntu 20.04 Released Ubuntu Survey Results Fedora 32 Released Lenovo Now Shipping Fedora on Thinkpads Manjaro 20 Released Bug In Git May Leak Credentials Linux Kernel 5.7 rc4 Out
March Update on Pinebook Pro GitHub to Acquire NPM Shortwave Radio 1.0 Out Emmabuntus 1.01 Out Fedora 32 Beta Out LibreOffice 6.4.2 Out Java 14 Out Linux Kernel 5.6 rc7 Out
Let’s Encrypt Moves Forward with the CAA Rechecking Bug Project Sandcastle runs Android on iPhone 7 Glimpse 0.1.2 Is More than a Name Change systemd 245 Now Supports Encrypted Home Directories
Thunderbird Ownership Transferred to MZLA ND2H Wi-Fi Adapter Is Now FSF Certified Nvidia Dropping Support for Older Graphics Drivers Linux Mint Focuses on LMDE 4 and Cinnamon Google Paid $6.
This month Command & Conquer How-To : Python, GRAMPS, and Using Netcat pt2 Graphics : Inkscape My Opinion: LibreOffice Draw Linux Loopback: GhostBSD & Interview Everyday Ubuntu: Getting Help Book Review: Learning Perl 6 [NEW!
This month Command & Conquer How-To : Python, Freeplane, and Using Netcat Graphics : Inkscape My Opinion: Video Editing Linux Loopback: BSD Everyday Ubuntu: Writing An Article For FCM Book Review: Linux Command Line 2nd Ed.
Peppermint 9 Released The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 6.0.5 Flatpak reaches ‘1.0’ status (pre-release) - a milestone PulseAudio releases version 12 GTK+ 3 update Ubuntu Desktop Metrics EU committee voted to break the Internet: this Sunday, Berliners take to the streets to say NO!
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Gets First Kernel Update with Patch for Spectre Variant 4 Flaw 500,000 Routers In 54 Countries Hacked To Create Massive Botnet Army Parrot 4.0 Ethical Hacking Linux Distro Released
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.
Firefox Addon Injects Monero Miner Source LibreOffice 6.0 Released With New Features Source Red Hat buys CoreOS Source Intel Disclosed Meltdown Bugs to Chinese Compaines before the US Govrenment Source
Apologies for the inconsistent releases recently. Real-life has been getting in the way. I’ll keep the current name, but it will probably be more bi-weekly than weekly at the moment.