Linux Mint developers announce partnership with Mozilla to improve the Firefox web browser in the Linux Mint distribution. Here’s what you need to know about this transition.
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.15 include improvements to the Panfrost GPU driver, an H.264 decoder for Rockchip SoCs, and firmware update support for NXP K20 microcontrollers.
Linux turns 30 today. so join me in celebration of 30 freaking awesome years of Linux and the many more years to come of Linux awesomeness.
GUADEC 2021 conference kicks off today until July 25th as a virtual event to shape up the future of the GNOME desktop environment. Here’s what you need to know about the GUADEC event and how to attend!
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.12 targeted the closing of the gap between hardware support on vendor trees and the mainline kernel tree.
GUADEC 2021 conference will take place between July 21-25 as an online event to future-proof FOSS and plan the new features of the upcoming GNOME 41 desktop environment release.
Ubuntu flavors are planning an Ubuntu Testing Week and seek help from the Linux community to test the upcoming Hirsute Hippo release, due out in late April 2021. Here’s how you can help!
Canonical, Collabora, and Nextcloud joined forces to deliver a work from home solution to Raspberry Pi and enterprise ARM users with the Ubuntu-based Nextcloud Appliance with Collabora Online integration.
Collabora improves their experimental Wayland driver for Wine with support for copy and paste actions, drag and drop support, and support for changing the display mode.
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.11 enabled long-term support for more modern Windows games by compatibility layers like Wine, better Chromebook support, and much more.
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.10 LTS include support for Mali Bifrost GPUs in the Panfrost driver, more love for Rockchip media driver, improvements to the Cedrus open-source driver, and much more.
Happy birthday, Linux! On August 25th, 2020, Linux turns 29 years old since Linus Torvalds made the famous announcement on the MINIX news group: “just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like gnu.”
The DebConf20 Debian conference kicks off today until August 29th, 2020, for the upcoming Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” operating system. Here’s how to attend and what you need to know!
The Debian Project officially open the artwork contest for the upcoming Debian GNU/Linux 11 (Bullseye) operating system series. It calls for all talented artists and designers to create a beautiful desktop look and feel.
Collabora reveals that their contributions to the latest Linux 5.8 kernel series were their biggest and most significant yet. Check them out!
Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla inspired artwork was published by talented artist Sylvia Ritter, created with the Krita digital painting software. You can use it as your wallpaper for your laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
GNOME’s GUADEC 2020 (GNOME Users And Developers European Conference) opens its doors today to the Linux community. The event will take place from July 22 until July 28 as an online conference anyone can attend.
KDE’s July 2020 Apps update is now available as KDE Applications 20.04.3. This is the last point release in the series and brings various improvements to KTorrent, KMyMoney, KDiff3, and many other KDE applications.
Meet Fosshost, a not-for-profit hosting provider that wants to help the free and open source software community by providing them with semi-dedicated virtual private servers, shared mirrors and domain registration.
Canonical launched the Ubuntu Appliance initiative to transform Raspberry Pi devices or personal computer into secure, self-updating solutions, free of charge.