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.
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:
Canonical introduces Steam Snap for easier access to games on Ubuntu: Unity 7.6.0 Custom Shell Release: fwupd 1.8.0, firmware download toolkit available: Release of Trinity R14.0.12 DE: KaOS 2022.04 distribution released:
Release of the Lutris 0.5.10 platform Release of Nitrux 2.1 with the NX Desktop Release of xfce4-terminal 1.0.0 qutebrowser 2.5 and Min 1.24 web browsers available(https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/releases/tag/v2.5.0) New versions of Claws Mail 3.
GNUnet P2P Platform Release 0.16.0 Release of SQLite 3.38 and sqlite-utils 3.24 Release of MPlayer 1.5 media player Coreboot 4.16 released Canonical and Vodafone develop cloud smartphone technology using Anbox Cloud
Arti 0.0.3, a Rust implementation of the Tor client SystemRescue 9.0.0 released Release of GhostBSD 01/22/12 Release of Mumble 1.4 Essence - an original operating system with its own kernel and graphical shell
Latte Dock 0.10 released Nmap 7.92 Released Bottlerocket 1.2, isolated container distribution released Release of the P2P platform GNUnet 0.15.0 25th Alpha release available 0 AD Tor Browser 10.5.4 and Tails 4.
The second edition of patches for the Linux kernel with support for Rust Release of Virtuozzo Linux 8.4 OpenVMS operating system for x86-64 architecture Nextcloud Hub 22 Collaboration Platform Available
PHP 8.1 alpha testing has begun rqlite 6.0, a distributed fault-tolerant SQLite-based database management system New stable Tor 0.4.6 branch GNU nano text editor 5.8 SME Server 10.0 Linux server
Apache NetBeans 12.4 Released Electron 13.0.0 NGINX Unit 1.24.0 Released OpenRGB 0.6, RGB Device Control Toolkit PeerTube 3.2 released JingOS 0.9 available Util-linux 2.37 released Cinnamon 5.0 released OBS Studio 27.
Debian Leader Says “One Year Will Do” Debian 8 Adds Longer Support Debian 11 Package Freeze Scheduled Gnome 3.36 “Gresik” The Linux Foundation Open Sources Project OWL FreeNAS and TrueNAS are Merging
Mozilla Firefox Could Soon Get a “Tor mode” Add-on Critical Flaw in VLC Media Player Discovered by German Cybersecurity Agency Hackers Exploit Jira and Exim Linux Servers to “Keep the Internet Safe”